Over 100 iconic prints of world-renowned music artists taken by globally celebrated photographers including Rankin, Tony McGee and Jill Furmanovsky are on sale. Available for £95 each, the sale represents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of music history, with many of the prints usually unavailable to buy. 100% of proceeds go to Stagehand – the only UK charity specifically dedicated to providing hardship funding for live music crews who have fallen on tough times.
Artemisia is temporarily closed but is reopening next week on Wednesday 2nd December running to 24th January 2021.
The Line Art Walk has launched a new, free digital guide to explore the public art, nature and heritage along the 3-mile route on the Bloomberg Connects App
Iwan Wirth, Manuela Wirth, and Marc Payot, co-presidents of Hauser & Wirth have announced the gallery’s representation of the François Morellet Estate.
Art Entrepreneur and Auctioneer David Kovats is launching a new gallery space in London’s West End this December.
A mysterious monolith has been discovered in the desert of Utah, after being spotted from a helicopter. The structure, estimated at… Read More
The Made by Tottenham website is a local creative business directory featuring profiles of creative people and businesses across Media, Film & Photography, Visual Arts, Architecture & Design, Craft & Making, Fashion, Music, Performing Arts and more.
Late Works, a permutable collective of artists, musicians, film-makers, writers, dancers and designers known for their nomadic series of live intermedia events and monthly radio show on Resonance EXTRA, recently announced the limited edition vinyl release of ‘Late Works: of Noise’ on Slow Dance Records.
The Serpentine has announced the appointment of Yesomi Umolu as Director of Curatorial Affairs and Public Practice. Umolu will oversee the Serpentine’s curatorial,… Read More
Museums, galleries and historic houses across the UK are facing a crisis due to the impact of Covid-19, with six in ten (60%) surveyed worried about their survival.
Marc Glimcher, President and CEO of Pace Gallery, today announced plans to expand the business’s presence in London with a new 8,600-sq-ft location at 4 Hanover Square.
Phillips has announced a rare, Maryland work by Clyfford Still as a major highlight of the fall season.
SOLÈNE, a virtual art gallery curated by art dealer and interior designer Solène Boyer, is launching today Wednesday, November 18th with its first collection,
Frieze has confirmed new dates for Frieze Los Angeles in 2021, which will now take place the week of July 26th, 2021.
Tim Marlow is back to investigate more stories from the art world, turning his attention to some of the greatest artistic figures and their phenomenal work
Art Basel has moved its Hong Kong fair from March 2021 to May 2021 in response to the ongoing impact of the global pandemic including travel restrictions.
A new work from Damien Hirst has been observed at the Damien Hirst Science Studios in Dudbridge. The studio was completed in 2013
50 celebrated artists have partnered with the Coalition for the Homeless to create these stunning limited edition artist plates.
The Understory of the Understory dives down for two days exploring the teeming, entangled life of ground, land, soil and Earth. This free online festival from the Serpentine’s General Ecology team gathers artists, anthropologists, foragers and scientists
This Friday 20th November you can join Tate Collective Producers for Late at Tate Britain Online.
‘Fire’ is the theme for the 9th Prix Pictet; award exhibition to be held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London in December 2021
The four artists shortlisted for the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2021 are Poulomi Basu, Alejandro Cartagena, Cao Fei and Zineb Sedira.
As part of the ‘Rediscovering the History of Benin’ initiative announced today in Benin City, Nigeria, The Legacy Restoration Trust (LRT), the British Museum and Adjaye Associates are pleased to announce a major new archaeology project, linked to the construction of the newly named Edo Museum of West African Art (EMOWAA).
Chila Kumari Singh Burman has created a stunning technicolour installation for Tate Britain’s iconic facade. The commission references mythology, Bollywood, radical feminism, political activism and family memories, bound up in a celebration of neon light and swirling colour.