It’s Frieze Week New York and there’s a lot going on so we (FAD) have chosen five shows you should go and see maybe if you can all on the same day – hire a motorbike.
Paper rains down, sculpture, landscapes, auras, nature and marble.
Opening today, Friday 13th May, in conjunction with London Gallery Weekend, The Gallery of Everything opens Good Pop Bad Pop – The Exhibition. Jarvis… Read More
London Gallery Weekend kicks off this Friday, May 13th, with hundreds of special events and exhibitions taking place across London. To help you navigate we asked Hector Campbell, writer, curator and author of the weekly emerging art newsletter ‘The Shock of the Now’, to select his top choices from London’s selection of small to mid-size galleries.
We managed to grab a bit of time with artist Stanley Donwood ahead of his joint exhibition with Thom Yorke to talk friendship, obsolete technology, politics, money and nostalgia.
Yurim Gough’s exhibition VainEgo features work triggered by her breast cancer and her subsequent treatment and recovery.
Vain Ego features a series of 108 ceramic heads described by Gough as an ‘Army of me’, as well as… Read More
Lee Sharrock picks her favourite exhibits at the 2022 edition of Photo London at Somerset House. In what feels like the largest Photo London display to date, featuring 106 exhibitors from 18 countries taking over all 3 floors of Somerset House as well as the East and West Wing, and a pavilion in the courtyard
Nick Knight presents an exhibition of key works that span the length and the breadth of his extraordinary career.
This year’s Photo London
Master of Photography Nick Knight presents an exhibition of key works that span the length and the breadth of his extraordinary career presenting works from the 1980s through to new pieces made this year.
Edward Munch, very much a painter, is easily Norway’s most famous artist, and a new 13-floor building – ‘Munch’ as it is styled – was recently opened in his honour. Walking around Oslo, though, it would be easy to think that sculpture is the national preference: statues dot the streets and I visited four sculpture parks. For example:
As part of their 10th-year programme, Jerwood/FVU Awards present new work from Soojin Chang and Michael. Both artists have been… Read More
…A pruning Brain in a deepweb utopia birthing an assemblage of childhood andpost-mortem, of fantasy andfact, where objects and landscapes… Read More
Electric Japan, a season of dance, theatre and visual arts drawn from Japan’s thriving experimental arts scene.
Electric Japan is a season of dance, theatre and visual arts drawn from Japan’s thriving experimental arts scene at The… Read More
Who was the greatest British painter of the 20th century? Plenty, I suppose would make a case for David Hockney, Lucien Freud, Howard Hodgkin and Stanley Spencer. I’d rank Paul Nash, Eric Ravilious, Ben Nicholson, Patrick Caulfield and Frank Auerbach higher, but I suspect few would share my view. Perhaps that leaves the most plausible candidates as Francis Bacon, Bridget Riley and Walter Sickert – and Sickert (1860-1942) gets by far the least attention these days.