Whether you’re ready to visit galleries or would prefer to stay at home, 5 exhibitions everyone can access,
The first swing of the bat pulls together a broad collection of language and conceptual framework, each artist bringing a distinct language to the show.
Other Forms of Travel, an exhibition of new vision boards and internet manipulations by search engine artist and internet imperialist Gretchen Andrew
Annka Kultys Gallery is to present Other Forms of Travel, an exhibition of new vision boards and internet manipulations by search engine artist and internet imperialist Gretchen Andrew.
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2020 will open at the South London Gallery this May, showcasing the work of 36 artists emerging from UK art schools and alternative education programmes.
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks five exhibitions to see in person now that galleries are opening again this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
From next Monday 12th April commercial galleries in London can open up their spaces/ exhibitions for viewing (at last !!) below we have chosen 14 exhibitions to see some have been extended some have a few days to run and others are opening.
fynn studio, curators behind 2019’s Saatchi Gallery smash-hit exhibition Sweet Harmony, are returning with TOGETHER, a visual arts exhibition that… Read More
The spring exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ features new sculptures and paintings by Ugo Rondinone, in which the artist, continuously inspired by the natural world, animates profane subjects like horses, the sea, and the sky to become vessels of spiritual contemplation.
Arturo Herrera’s most recent work, exhibited in “From This Day Forwards” is a phenomenological shotgun blast. Showing at the Thomas Dane Gallery in London, soon to be freed from the restraints of a Covid-19 Lockdown, Herrera’s dynamic collage works most prominently to overwhelm the senses, in a blitz of overlapping imagery and colour, even as we vehemently struggle to understand it.
Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
Through a frenzy of colours and symbols that are chiselled, burnt and painted onto panels of wood, Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
Julia Dubsky’s paintings weave a playful web of references to the history of painting and ideas drawn from literature.
Julia Dubsky’s paintings weave a playful web of references to the history of painting and ideas drawn from literature. In a speculative essay ‘M/modesty’ to be published this Spring, she probes the notion of modesty and its application to the ‘feminine’. Her research for this essay coincided with the making of this recent body of paintings focussing on the ‘Fig Leaf’, modesty’s earliest symbol.
The solo exhibition ‘The Concept of History’ links Kennard’s work to the political thinking of Hannah Arendt through their shared belief that history is a construct managed and controlled by those in power.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp one of the most innovative artists and designers of the 20th-century avant-garde at Tate Modern
One of the most innovative artists and designers of the 20th-century avant-garde, Sophie Taeuber-Arp (1889-1943) challenged the borders between abstract art, design and craft. Tate Modern’s major exhibition..
Whitechapel Gallery in London has received a grant of £206,332 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.
100 free space bursaries for artists built within converted warehouse spaces, available through 2021 and onwards.
The newly founded London Performance Studios creative initiative have announced the launch of Seeding Space – 100 free space bursaries for artists built within converted warehouse spaces, available through 2021 and onwards in South East London.
For his first solo with BEERS Bolaji presents ‘THE POWER AND THE PAUSE’ (OR ‘THE PAUSE’), a series of brand-new works that unravel like individual characters or short stories within a greater context that operate to tell a greater narrative.
Paula Rego an uncompromising artist of extraordinary imaginative power comes to Tate Britain this Summer.
In July, Tate Britain will open the largest and most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Paula Rego. An uncompromising artist of extraordinary imaginative power, Rego (b.1935) redefined figurative art and revolutionised the way in which women are represented.