Even at the opposite end of the gallery, each individual component of the painting was so intense that, when combined, a rich mix of emotion exuded from the canvas. Each work, as a matter of fact, in American painter Amy Sillman’s exhibition, Twice Removed seemed to have this effect.
In early spring, in an attempt to understand the effects of the pandemic from the perspective of the expressive mind, PM/AM initiated a discussion between a group of artists, opening up an exchange that brought a number of topics into the unique frame of pandemic life–the art world, productivity, politics, society, psychology, media, technology, domestic life.
Mohamed Bourouissa’s first solo show with a UK public institution will include a selection of works across photography, sound, installation and moving image
Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art presents a solo survey show of new and existing work by artist Mohamed Bourouissa
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Edinburgh Printmakers has moved its gallery online and this month marks the first archive exhibition since relocating to Castle Mills in Fountainbridge. Showcasing a collection of rare prints for sale by leading Scottish artists,
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The camera holds focus on a monstrous-looking, thorned flower as a looped soundtrack evokes the mood of an old-fashioned Hollywood… Read More
GRIMM is to present Bad Reception, a presentation of new paintings by Eric White on view from Friday, November 27th,… Read More
‘You Will Knead’ is British-Singaporean artist Kara Chin’s first solo project with VITRINE and is realised across their two sites: VITRINE, London and VITRINE, Digital.
Kate MacGarry is to present Blue Jeans & Brown Clay, an exhibition of new work by London-based artists and designers who have visited and worked at the Blunk House.
BSMT in collaboration with OLLY STUDIO to bring the delicate, layered style of Dutch collage Street Artist Perishable Rush to BSMT for an introductory show.
Rankin has teamed up with Royal London to encourage a conversation around death with a free digital exhibition, Lost for Words,