During the Other Art Fair a group of internationally renowned artists including Tracey Emin, Gavin Turk, and Jake and Dinos… Read More
Vastari have published their 2020 Global Collector Trends Report, a series of surveys that provide crucial context for the museum industry.
Rineke’s first UK solo show in a decade opened last night at Marian Goodman Gallery. The exhibition hones in on the artist’s approach to portrait photography. The Dutch photographer presented a new series of family portraits exploring the awkward vulnerability and transience of adolescence.
Pangolin London have recently opened renowned British sculptor Jeff Lowe’s second major solo show with them. The exhibition features a brand new series of both large-scale works, as well as smaller-scale works and jewellery, sculptures in their own right rather than maquettes for larger pieces.
For ESSEX ROAD 6, Tintype gallery’s front window has once again transformed into a public screen for five weeks with eight short films back-projected on a loop every evening into the gallery’s window, visible from the street as a form of public art.
Venice Art Projects exhibition Public Toilet, a clever little site specific installation that has borrowed on Duchamp’s idea of readymades, calling into question the role of the artist, and of authorship.
Just in case you’ve ever wondered what human breast milk smells like, you can now head down to the Wellcome Collection to find out: the museum has just opened up their new permanent exhibition gallery titled Being Human, likely to remain there for at least 10 years.
One of the world’s biggest arms fairs opened it’s doors in London yesterday and ends on Friday. The biennial Defence & Security Equipment International (DSEI) arms fair held in London’s Excel Centre will be attended by arms dealers from around the world and military buyers from 68 countries, including conflict zones and countries with questionable human rights records.
Oliver Payne’s latest project explores the virtually unknown world of the ANSI art scene and its potential
This weekend Eastbourne’s iconic Towner Art Gallery celebrated its 10th anniversary by announcing an exciting summer exhibitions programme and the unveiling of Town Brewer Commission by German artist Lothar Gotz
From Actress to Art Dealer – Works from Pop Icon Holly Solomon’s Collection on View at Marlborough Contemporary
Injecting some 70’s downtown New York nostalgia into Mayfair, Marlborough Contemporary have opened a show of selected works from actress-turned-art-dealer Holly Solomon’s Post-War collection, curated by her son Thomas.
Pakistani-born contemporary artist Nasser Azam will unveil a new series of large-scale abstract paintings at the Saatchi Gallery from 30 May to 10 June 2019
This Monday was the unveiling of IQOS World Revealed by Alex Chinneck in collaboration with Philip Morris International at Milan Design Week 2019
For ‘Now, At Last’, Ben Rivers had the intention to film sloths in their natural environment to examine them as successful creatures rather than the slow laziness humans have always associated them with, from the seven deadly sins to internet memes.
February saw the opening of two new exhibitions in the Kempsford Road spaces occupied by Corvi-Mora and Greengrassi galleries.
Two weeks ago I headed over to the Zabludowicz Collection in Kentish Town for the opening of a collaborative showcase by postgraduate students from three different MA courses: MA Culture, Criticism and Curation at Central St Martins; MA Curating and Collections at Chelsea College of Art; and MA Film Programming and Curating at Birkbeck.
Last Thursday marked the opening of American artist Fred Sandback’s new exhibition at the David Zwirner gallery’s London location. The exhibition features a major selection of the signature minimalist sculptures that have defined the artist’s career from the 70’s to 2000.
Artistic director Lina Duverovi? has curated a wonderful and in depth first UK show of Sanja Ivekovi?, in collaboration with South London Gallery.