Facebook, bones, snooker tables, Patrick Stewart and online art.
Mixing it up with mixed results in a new Hayward Gallery exhibition.
Landscapes, seas, flowers and architecture.
A flickering crossing, a bejewelled oil barrel, intense emotions and activism.
Art that appreciates the natural world around us.
Get away through virtual reality and be guided by poets.
If you’re not familiar with the art world and you hear that an artwork or a gallery is commercial, you may think it’s a mere statement of fact or even a compliment – i.e. the art sells for money and the gallery makes money. That must be a good thing right? Wrong.
Break free of British sensibility.
A triple treat of exhibitions at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Landscapes of emotions and statues of women.
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his top exhibitions to see in early July. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
I’m standing on a shingle beach looking out to sea with the wind whipping at my face. With just sea birds for company it’s peaceful but the skeletal structures of bunkers and houses around me suggest I’m in some sort of post-apocalyptic wasteland, affirmed by a sign that warns me to stick to the path due to unexploded ordnance.
A spinning Earth, a forest, bananas, portraits and riding up walls.