Dennis and Gnasher, Minnie the Minx, Bash Street Kids and the rest of the Beano gang take over Somerset House… Read More
Emma Talbot, the London-based artist of sensuous visual poems becomes the next CIRCA artist, presenting a new body of four… Read More
An outstanding group of modern drawings by European and American masters assembled by the late collector Howard Karshan has been presented to The Courtauld Gallery in London by his wife, the artist Linda Karshan.
This spring Tate Modern will present a major new exhibition of Auguste Rodin (1840-1917). It will show how he broke the rules of classical sculpture to create a dramatically different image of the human body, mirroring the ruptures, complexities and uncertainties of the modern age.
The world’s first ultra-realistic AI robot artist, Ai-Da will be the subject of an exhibition at the Design Museum in London opening in May 2021.
Gagosian has handed the reins of its space in London’s Britannia Street to Damien Hirst for a 12 months
The John Giorno Foundation Announces the First Posthumous Presentations of the Artist’s Work in New York & London
The John Giorno Foundation has announced two major monographic gallery exhibitions this year in New York and London, marking the first posthumous presentations of the artist’s work since his passing in October of 2019
Born in London in 1985 and based in Brooklyn, Zoë Buckman’s multidisciplinary practice incorporates sculpture, textiles, ceramics, photography, and large-scale public installations.
For the first time, Explore the Collections brings together data, stories, images and content about the V&A’s vast and fascinating collection in one place.
Coming from the same oeuvé as Alex Katz and early Julian Opie a new exhibition Visions of Vitality showcases the figurative work of artist Lennie Lee.
WHEN SHIT HITS THE FAN AGAIN – Nan Goldin, Shezad Dawood, Emma Larsson & Chrissie Hynde support emerging artists.
Many art-related events, including Guts Gallery’s, have either been cancelled or postponed, causing a large economic impact on artists globally…. Read More
A balm to the Lockdown Lover’s tireless online search for gifts could be Dellasposa Gallery’s Valentine’s Day Art Edit, a coquettish curation of prints, paintings, and books,
Charles Gaines is to have his first-ever solo exhibition in the UK featuring new works across both galleries at Hauser & Wirth London. Comprising two new bodies of Gaines’ critically acclaimed Plexiglas gridworks, the exhibition includes his institutionally heralded ‘Numbers and Trees’ and ‘Numbers and Faces’ series.
Like artists, creators, designers and curators across the globe RCA students have adapted, innovated and reimagined in recent months. An RCA degree questions established narratives – this has never been more relevant.