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The site specific performance commissioned by Collezione Maramotti responds to a world class private collection with challenges about meaning and our interaction with the material world.
A single John Graham painting provides the starting point for ideas about codes, colour and genius.
Dark inflected fairytale stars scallies, solvents, smartphones, sportswear.
Turner Prize-winning architecture collective Assemble create new gallery space in science-led institution.
Entering the cool concrete bunker that houses Sunday art fair whilst the hurly-burly of Frieze Week rages all around is so calming, and so refreshing
The opening of Crossroads art fair in the Truman Brewery provided a nice contrast to the gloomy stories issuing from Frieze
Sunday art fair has been steadily building a reputation as one of the most curated off-broadway fairs, and this year’s edition is no different, with a tight edit of some for the world’s more interesting small galleries bringing their artists to London.
Brit badboy Bacon’s Spanish and French influences on show in Bilbao
Why now is the time to get your head around performance art.
Annotated by hand in the manner of the battle field panoramas of the time with the points of tactical significance as they existed immediately before the battle, they powerfully juxtapose the hellish reality of the nation’s bloodiest battle with the pastoral peace of these ‘forever English’ fields today.
Mary Heilmann is one of the most positive artists we’ve met. So it’s a surprise when she reveals that one of the most important tools in her arsenal is knowing when to start a fight.
Hannah Hayes-Westall What’s your ArtThing of 2015?
Beautiful shops are as rare as hen’s teeth, so when we find them, we celebrate them. The New Craftsmen presents the work of English artisans in a huge light filled atelier space. Founder Natalie Melton tells us about it.
The art world steps up. Join Women for Women International for an evening of installation, performance and fundraising – all to raise vital funds to support women survivors of war and conflict.
When architecture practice boss Caroline Keppel Palmer saw how much exhibition material museums had to throw away for lack of storage space she had a very #GOODIDEA…
Multiplied The Contemporary Editions Fair from Christies opens next Friday 17th October.
FAD has chosen three artist and their galleries ahead of the opening giving you a sneak peak of what to expect.
This dog is benefiting (or would if only he would put them on his actual ears) from high performance 40mm neodymium drivers, which reproduce a wide frequency range accentuated with excellent sound details.
A survey of the work of 5 contemporary Australians living and working in London will be opening later this week
As with every great film, there’s a great mystery. And Kahlúa® is now offering you the chance to win the ultimate White Russian prize
The West London-based photorealist painter, Ben Johnson has won the £10,000 Visitors’ Choice Award at this year’s Threadneedle Prize with his work Room of the Revolutionary.
LA Director Stewart Maclennan has brought together a cast of dancers and musicians, casting a new light on the classic Dave Brubeck piece
Council destroys Bansky work following complaints of racist content.
Who doesn’t love a giant shiny orange balloon monkey? Not Christie’s New York that’s for sure. They love it so much that they’re putting it out in front of their Rockefeller Plaza HQ for 6 weeks before they sell it.