DKUK has performed thousands of haircuts each year since its opening in 2014. The difference is that these transformations are done in front of artworks, rather than mirrors, as part of the 6 exhibitions that make up the DKUK annual calendar.
The NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Art Gallery, the University’s academic museum-gallery, has opened its first-ever virtual exhibition, titled not in,… Read More
Wandering Intuition, a solo exhibition by leading figurative artist Henrik Aa. Uldalen. Presented on JD Malat Gallery’s virtual exhibition platform, PARALLEL
The London Art Fair’s online edition runs 18th-31st Jan. As in the physical versions, the best material is fairly evenly split between 20th century British classics and contemporary work – so here are two picks from each category:
New Gallery from Jacob Barnes of Soft Punk Magazine and Morgane Wagner of Square Gallery opening in February.
Grove Collective is a new gallery from Jacob Barnes of Soft Punk Magazine and Morgane Wagner of Square Gallery due to open its inaugural exhibition on February 4th a group exhibition titled A Future Cast In Our Image.
According to John Gray ‘In evolutionary pre-history, consciousness emerged as a side effect of language. Today it is a by-product of the media.’ BREAKING is a collaborative installation in response to this conundrum by artists Richard Ducker and Robert Good
Taking place at Christie’s London, Wisdom and Nature is a major fundraising exhibition and auction in aid of Le Ciel Foundation, a UK-based charity dedicated to protecting indigenous knowledge and acting as a trusted conduit between ancestral wisdom and western society.
At 6pm on Wednesday 13th January, the artist Savinder Bual will be in conversation with London-based curator and educator Amanprit… Read More
To celebrate the opening of a new gallery space in Paris, kamel mennour is showing Simultanément travaux in situ et en mouvement, the first joint exhibition of two major French and international artists: Daniel Buren and Philippe Parreno.
Mehretu’s expansive, and incredibly labour intensive works each tackle their own important themes—immigration, displacement, social and economic inequality, and natural disasters
A major exhibition of over 40 works by Damien Hirst will open in St. Moritz, Switzerland, across four locations from 23 January – 28 February 2021.
Tenant of Culture – Georgics (how to style a chore coat): The title of this exhibition is derived from The Georgics, a poem by the ancient Roman poet Virgil (70 BC – 19 BC).
TTo coincide with International Day of Disabled Persons, the Southbank Centre today announces details of its first digital Unlimited festival programme, a five-day festival featuring dance, performance, comedy, film, talks, workshops and art that celebrates the artistic vision of disabled artists
The exhibition Banksy. A Visual Protest is the first Banksy exhibition to be shown in Finland opening at Serlachius Museums in May 2021. The exhibition will be an extensive survey of the early art of Banksy.