In February 2022, Tate Modern will open Surrealism Beyond Borders. This landmark exhibition will expand the story of surrealism and reveal… Read More
Contemporary art gallery Paradise Row has announced its return as a one-year, not-for-profit curatorial project, Paradise Row Projects, opening on… Read More
Oscar Murillo unveils 40,000 canvases by more than 100,000 school children in new large installation ‘Frequencies’ at his old school.
Turner Prize-winning artist Oscar Murillo has brought together over 40,000 canvases by more than 100,000 school children from around the world in a large installation at his former secondary school, Cardinal Pole, in Hackney, east London.
Contemporary Artist Piers Bourke is exhibiting a new collection of his thought-provoking sculptural paintings from his Soon To Be removed series at… Read More
To call a person a soft touch is to suggest that they are easily persuaded or manipulated. The phrase is… Read More
With skateboarding set to make its Olympic debut this Friday, Clown Skateboards launches the world’s first gender-fluid family skateboards. The… Read More
‘A Fine Day for Seeing’ takes its title from the New York School poet and curator Frank O’Hara, who bridged… Read More
The exhibition, featuring the work of 38 international artists, explores the intent to generate new relations between objects and their associations with the world around them. The works include ceramics, sculptures, installations, drawings, paintings, performance and more.
Olivia Sterling’s (b. 1996, Peterborough) new body of work, commissioned by the CCA as part of the Episodes programme, focuses on colour-changing bodies through tanning or fake tan, on the stage of the bacchanalian British package holiday.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp one of the most innovative artists & designers of the 20th-century avant-garde opens at Tate Modern.
Sophie Taeuber-Arp one of the most innovative artists & designers of the 20th-century avant-garde opens at Tate Modern
Landscapes of emotions and statues of women.
Sadie Coles HQ presents Mends of Scott Friendes, an exhibition of new work by Darren Bader – his fourth with the gallery. Through a range of media – sculpture, Augmented Reality (AR), mural, photography and posters – the artist continues to distil and defamiliarize the concept of the ‘art object’.
75 artists selected for New Contemporaries 2021 demonstrating the resilience of the creative process in a challenging year
New Contemporaries have announced this year’s selected artists for Bloomberg New Contemporaries. The rigorous two-part selection process was headed by a panel… Read More
Modern Art is opening a solo exhibition of new work by Phillip Lai. Since the early 1990s, Phillip Lai has been working with sculpture to develop a visual language that enables a certain kind of thinking about abstraction and specificity in the ubiquitous objects and material that much of human life depends upon for sustenance and survival. Lai returns to similar typologies of objects in his work.
The Bomb Factory presents Journey Mercies, a solo exhibition by Nigerian artist Ken Nwadiogbu. The desire for young Nigerians to travel or migrate from their country provides the context for the exhibition.
The Gazell.io Project Space has been taken-over by multimedia artist Jake Elwes for July. Elwes is showing his Artificial Intelligence… Read More
This week, Tate Britain opens the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Paula Rego. An uncompromising artist of extraordinary imaginative… Read More
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