While other galleries show dusty re-runs from those long-gone ambassadors of the ’60s, GALLERY46 presents five contemporary artists who are very much alive, kicking and working in POP…NOW!
The modern pop world of Philip Colbert will go on display in a major show at Saatchi Gallery presented by… Read More
Signature African Art presents Say My Name, two exhibitions of works curated by Khalil Akar and presented by acclaimed filmmaker Ava DuVernay in London from 27 October 2020 and in Los Angeles in February 2021.
Chila Kumari Singh Burman will create a stunning new installation for Tate Britain’s annual Winter Commission. To be unveiled in time for Diwali, the Festival of Lights
Alison Jacques Gallery presents the first solo exhibition in Europe devoted to three generations of women artists living in Gee’s Bend, now known as Boykin, a remote black community situated on a U turn in the Alabama River
Argentinian interdisciplinary artist Eduardo Navarro is interested in our relationship with natural phenomena. Instead of creating traditionally representational work, he… Read More
An exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Jim Shaw is his first at Simon Lee Gallery London since 2016. As the United States prepares for its upcoming Presidential election, Shaw is more analytical and daring than ever before in his satirical depictions and social commentary.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in Mayfair, London this Autumn includes A birthday, nudity, collages, tables and Zen.
The Better Self is a solo show by Márton Nemes, his first with FOLD. Life is like big wave surfing, in the middle of the deep ocean, waiting for the right wave to catch. However it is not that easy to catch the right wave and stay on top of it.
This November, Saatchi Gallery presents JR: Chronicles – the largest solo museum exhibition to date of the internationally recognised French artist JR, featuring some of his most iconic projects from the past fifteen years. This exhibition will be presented at London’s Saatchi Gallery from November 13th to February 9th, 2021.
Opening this week is an exhibition of new paintings by the Swiss London-based artist Pascal Sender at new gallery Saatchi Yates.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in late October include Birth, death, films, social media and a mask.
You could say that 1:54 is the Frieze fair this week – at any rate it’s the only real life fair in the city during ‘Frieze week’. So it seems only fair to pay it attention.
It’s not a criticism of the art in ‘Five Hides’ to say that the biggest wow moment is seeing the space, a vast Victorian hall close to Kennington tube station which is hosting its first exhibition. The soaring 800 square metres of Manor Place, which has been left empty over the last decade, has a colourful history.
Lisson Gallery has launched a new space on Cork Street with an exhibition titled Horizon, the gallery will be at the heart of London’s Frieze activity.
Alongside Edel Assanti’s presentation of Oren Pinhassi’s work as part of Frieze Viewing Room, they are presenting an off-site exhibition of ten new sculptures by Pinhassi at St Cyprian’s church over the course of Frieze week closing this Saturday 10th October.
Max Rumbol’s latest body of work is exhibited in The Flower of Kent at Union Gallery curated by William Gustafsson.
GALLERY46 presents the first solo exhibition of Cardiff-born artist Sam Drew – with Limited Edition screen prints, paintings and posters…. Read More
Nick Goss made the paintings in this exhibition at his London studio, on a 183-metre oil tanker on the Adriatic Sea, and in a barn near the Scottish hamlet of Nine Mile Burn.
Fire, history, satire, experiments and eyes.
Five Hides is an exhibition presented by curatorial platform Thorp Stavri, supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and through the continued support of Projekt and us! FAD Magazine. We managed to catch up with five of the exhibiting artists for a quick overview about them their work and what they will be exhibiting at Five Hides here we have Ally Rosenberg.
Zeus’ Bastards a solo pop-up show of 16 large-scale oil-on-canvas works by Canadian artist, Alias Trate, opens at 15 Bateman Street, Soho, London, W1D 3AQ from 1st-3rd October.
Sierra, by Berlin-based artist Christopher Kieling (b. 1988, Munich, Germany) is the inaugural exhibition at Grove Square Galleries. Sierra features a significant body of new paintings created during the lockdown of spring 2020.
CIRCA, a new and independently curated platform presenting digital art on the iconic Piccadilly Circus screen, launches 1st October with a new commission by celebrated artist Ai Weiwei.