Let's Make Lots of Monet was established in July 2013 by Issey Scott, an art and architecture writer and curator. Her interests lie in gender and gender-bending, accessibility, the myths of feminine essence, global warming and artist-led spaces in London. Her writing has appeared in Candid Magazine, The Big Issue, RIBA and Floorr Magazine among others. She produces art reviews for a general audience and loves spaces that are fully accessible and visible to the public. Put simply: she loves contemporary art but looks at the small circles moving in and around it; Let's Make Lots of Monet talks about new art without the BBC voices you might be used to. 

Writing Highlights:

accompanying essay to Lotti V Closs' exhibition at Castor Projects

 - review of Mary Ramsden's solo show at Pilar Corrias

- review of 'Architecture as Metaphor' at Griffin Gallery for LOBBY

- 'Is Architecture Art?' for GDC Interiors Journal

- interview with print artist Declan Jenkins (September 2017)

- interview with artist Sheida Soleimani (August 2017)

- interview with painter Sarah Coote (June 2017)

Curatorial Projects

- Bare Cheek, arebyte_gallery with artist Rosemary Jane Cronin
- Nasty Women: Architecture, Anise Gallery with artist Rachel Ara
- Invisible Hours, South London Gallery with REcreative Editorial Board

Installation view from Bare Cheek, curated by Issey Scott and Rosemary Jane Cronin, 19 November 2017, arebyte_gallery.

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