Created within the socio-political cul de sac that is post-Brexit Britain, Pigeon Park pokes fun at the inherited hierarchies of the old order and asks the question of the role and relevance of art as a luxurious commodity in times of social prohibition and uncertainty.
Marina Abramovic has opened two shows with Lisson Gallery this week in London on Lisson Street and Cork Street, presenting the culmination of her lifelong passion and empathy for the talented and tragic figure of singer Maria Callas
Woaw Gallery is to present MAXX HEADROOM at its Central gallery space. A collaboration with renowned Hong Kong-based artist Michael… Read More
Opening at Tate Britain in December, Life Between Islands will be a landmark exhibition exploring the extraordinary breadth of Caribbean-British art over four generations
Running across the basement galleries of the CCA – Sam Keogh: Sated Soldier, Sated Peasant, Sated Scribe.
Running across the basement galleries of the CCA, artist Sam Keogh (b.1985, Wicklow, Ireland) presents performances, ceramic sculptures and collaged… Read 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.
The quintessential characteristic of London’s weather is that you can never tell what it’s going to do next. Forming a… Read More
breeze is the inaugural show at The Pear Tree Open Gallery presented by The Essential School of Painting. “alternative experimental… Read More
Facebook, bones, snooker tables, Patrick Stewart and online art.
Centring on a selection of works that demonstrate the range of Hammer’s technical, figurative and abstract investigations in 16mm film, collage,… Read More
Mixing it up with mixed results in a new Hayward Gallery exhibition.
Art the Arms Fair intends to expose the DSEI arms fair, which is held with the support of the UK Government in London every two years. One of the world’s largest arms fairs, DSEI opens its doors for one reason only – to push for as many arms sales as possible, including to official delegations from countries with poor human rights records and those involved in conflict.
Photo London opens today (to 12 Sept), and where two years back people might have been wondering ‘Are there too many fairs?’ now it’s ‘Wow, a fair!’ And although there is a reduced international presence, especially from America and Asia, the 88 galleries have responded well. My guess is that more than half the images show people, and most of those give some focus to the face. But what about the legs? Here is a selection…
The Armory Show opens on Thursday this week you can see our choice of booths to view here – but… Read More
Claire Oliver Gallery is presenting the gallery’s debut solo exhibition by photographer Jeffrey Henson Scales, In A Time of Panthers: The Lost… Read More