“10” – a powerful exhibition of cutting edge artists examining the ways in which the body is understood during a transformative period in history.
10’ is an examination of the ways in which the body is understood in a transformative period in history, where the future is both de ned and mysterious, the past distant and obscure, and how it relates to the psyche in increasingly complex ways.
New gallery where’s the frame? open inaugural exhibition PAPER MODE presenting up-and-coming London based artists.
New gallery where’s the frame? has announced PAPER MODE – their first-ever virtual exhibition presenting up-and-coming London based artists
Conceived as a gallery exhibition which is planned for a later date, Women Exposed launches online on International Women’s Day 2021. Curator Nadia Nervo brings together works by artists whose practices explore gender, social and cultural identities, stigma and stereotypes through representations of the body, the artists’ own and those of others.
This spring, Oklahoma Contemporary will present Ed Ruscha: OKLA, the first solo exhibition of work by Ed Ruscha in the artist’s home state and home town
Alex Da Corte’s upcoming solo exhibition, Helter Shelter or: The Red Show! or…, opens at Sadie Coles HQ this Saturday 31st October 2020, 11am-6pm.
Peter Saul: Murder in the Kitchen, Early Works, features paintings and works on paper created from 1959 to 1966. The exhibition charts the artist’s development as he emerges as one of the most original voices in 20th century American painting.
Exhibition and book launch at GALLERY46, documenting life within a circle of independent young Londoners; gifted in music, the arts and the illicit. It’s contents are the visual culmination of a lifestyle; photographed over 5 years, which developed into a long-term project as Matt’s experience and interest in photography grew parallel.
For Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly is New York based artist Dana Schutz first solo London exhibition
New York-based artist Dana Schutz, in her inaugural solo exhibition in London and first at Thomas Dane Gallery, presents a selection of new paintings and bronze sculptures continuing her visualization of fictional conditions, psychological sensation and subjective experience.
ANDY HOLDEN: The Structure of Feeling (A Ghost Train Ride) “A socially distanced journey through a desolate post-cartoon landscape”
The new solo exhibition by Andy Holden at Block 336 was built in the four weeks leading up to the Covid-19 enforced lock-down in Britain and was never opened to the public. Instead, it remained sealed shut like a cartoon-tomb. Transformed for a new era of cautionary and tentative exhibition viewing, it finally opens on Thursday 17th September for six weeks.
A Happy Accident is the first solo exhibition by Monty Hitchcock and will open at The Union Club on Wednesday 16th September through to 30th October 2020.
We are now working with and against the building; the work accruing new rationale through intervention. With access to further corners of the FieldWorks complex, vacant nests, glinting natural attractions, falling seedlings and leaves of shredded text all become simulacra for the season of regeneration, as viewed from behind a locked window.
Thaddeaus Ropac Paris Marais gallery reopens this week on Tuesday 12th May, in accordance with French government guidelines.
The lastest online exhibition at the artist-run gallery, 81 Leonard Gallery features new works by Méïr Srebriansky. ‘Age of Resin’ is a survey of the artist’s work in a new medium.
Michelle Poonawalla reflects on our Desensitisation to violence in ‘Introspection’ – START Art Fair 2019
Michelle Poonawalla will present a large-scale work titled Introspection at the START Art Fair (Saatchi Gallery, London, 26-29th September).