Videos, photographs, clothing, and her own guitars line the walls of an Amy Winehouse retrospective at the Design Museum, entitled… Read More
Ning Zhou’s Questions I Ask Myself During Lockdown, Thomas Hjelm’s Heavy Wave (@thomashjelmstudio) Po Lam Chan’s I’m just not there (@polamchan), Victoria Rotaru’s Perpetual Decomposer (vic.rotaru), and Victoria Canton’s Like a candle needs a flame, (@victoriacantons) are just several highlights of Saatchi gallery’s exhibition London Grads Now.
In contrast to a fellow stack sculptor whose show I just reviewed (Annie Morris), multimedia artist Angela Bulloch deals in… Read More
A towering blue figure consisting of nine balls marks the entrance to a carefully curated Annie Morris wonderland. The first… Read More
“I promised myself I would be a success in New York.” Following her mentor Georgia O’Keeffe’s advice, in 1958 a… Read More
“My creative process is relentless… its circular.” Multimedia contemporary artist Michael Alan was born and raised in New York City… Read More
Materials such as graphite, acrylic and linen work independently and together to compile Ena Swansea’s quasi-abstract paintings. Highlights from the… Read More
“Making art for me it is like eating food or breathing air.” Through vivid and gestural brushwork, contemporary American artist Marcus Jansen creates complex and mesmerizing worlds of memory and life experience.
The Brooklyn based artist is known for her sculptures and installations: massive, interrupting, and urgent works made of glass, plastic,… Read More
Mehretu’s expansive, and incredibly labour intensive works each tackle their own important themes—immigration, displacement, social and economic inequality, and natural disasters
“I don’t have hard and fast rules about these things” the British artist says when asked about the impetus for… Read More
Vivian Springford at Almine Rech is only the artist’s second solo show; The opening exhibition was in 2018 when Almine Rech Gallery first began to represent Springford’s estate.
Even at the opposite end of the gallery, each individual component of the painting was so intense that, when combined, a rich mix of emotion exuded from the canvas. Each work, as a matter of fact, in American painter Amy Sillman’s exhibition, Twice Removed seemed to have this effect.
The show revealed twenty-two original works by Canadian/ American street artist Richard Hambleton, (30″ x 84″ acrylic on Japanese Kinwashi paper,) in conjunction with American photographer Franc Palaia’s images of Hambleton’s original “Shadowman” street art series
It was a rainy night in March and thanks to typical London traffic, I was embarrassingly late for an evening with Marina Abromovic at the Royal Academy of Arts. The crowd was very small which made this mishap worse, but as Iopened the door and made my way to my seat, the artist flashed me a kind smile.