In the combined age of computer-generated images, and concepts which sound more like selling points than reasons to make something,… Read More
UTOPIA explores imagery of mysticism as a vehicle for understanding the complexity and ambiguity of contemporary life and our unstable realities.
Utopia is a group exhibition with works by Sholto Blissett, Harm Gerdes, Nicholas Grafia, Donna Huanca, Bayrol Jiménez, Shuang Li,… Read More
In the spring of 2023, the Rijksmuseum, the national museum of the Netherlands, will dedicate a retrospective exhibition to the… Read More
Ally Rosenberg straddles ironic sincerity and sincere irony, decoding the fluid relationship between body, mind and inhabited space.
In his debut solo show, On Solid Ground, Ally Rosenberg straddles ironic sincerity and sincere irony, decoding the fluid relationship… Read More
Alex Israel x Snapchat have an exhibition at The Bass Museum of works that use Snap’s augmented reality (AR) technology to bring Alex Israel’s Self-Portraits to… Read More
The ICA to present Decriminalised Futures, an exhibition inspired by the sex workers rights movement.
In February 2022, the Institute of Contemporary Arts will present Decriminalised Futures, a group exhibition featuring thirteen international artists whose… Read More
In 2019, the Flemish Community-acquired ‘Great American Nude #45’ (1963) by Tom Wesselmann from the Matthys-Colle Collection. The purchase was… Read More
Offshoot Arts are presenting a solo exhibition with Colombian artist Santiago Montoya at CONTEXT Art Fair in Miami. Which opens… Read More
Wild Horses an exhibition of painting and photography by a group of artists, focusing on their gaze, specifically looking at the couple.
‘Wild Horses’ is an exhibition of painting and photography by a group of artists, focusing on their gaze, specifically looking… Read More
Paint Talk & GALLERY46 present ‘Knocking It Out Of The Park’, a group show of work by 8 international artists Joshua… Read More
“Daniel’s looks are fearless mashups of haute couture, salvage, religious paraphernalia, and club culture. He is one of the few… Read More
Friday 26th November 2021 sees the launch of a new vertigo-inducing art salon: abovetheClouds, a hyper-real exhibition space way up at the dizzying 31st floor of a skyscraper, which also just happens to offer a grounding experience in its 30-seat cinema theatre.
In contrast to a fellow stack sculptor whose show I just reviewed (Annie Morris), multimedia artist Angela Bulloch deals in… Read More
Natasha Arselan Gallery presents‘ DREAMS ARE TOYS’, a solo exhibition by artist Yael Ben-Simon. A series of new paintings exploring the fraught relationship between history, tradition and authorship as the artists “borrows” museum artefacts from bygone eras and places them in imaginative new environments.
Opening at Tate Britain in December, Life Between Islands will be a landmark exhibition exploring the extraordinary breadth of Caribbean-British art over… Read More
Pace Gallery is delighted to announce Yoshitomo Nara: Pinacoteca, a landmark solo exhibition, opening 26th November 2021. Marking the first show to utilise the full expanse of Pace’s new London gallery.
Maurizio Cattelan’s first solo exhibition in China presents 29 works from his more than three-decade-long career that confronts themes of… Read More