Featuring approximately forty paintings, “Art and Race Matters: The Career of Robert Colescott” highlights the sixty-year-long career of Robert Colescott. Colescott’s bold and richly rendered works traverse art history to offer a satirical take on issues of race, beauty, and twentieth-century American culture.
Sidsel Meineche Hansen‘s practice consists of Computer Generated Imagery in Augmented and Virtual Reality formats, video documentaries, sculptures, prints, drawings… Read More
Opening at Aleph Contemporary’s new space in Hatton Garden Glimpsing The Indefinable brings together three women artists, Susannah Fiennes, Eugenie… Read More
Kiki Smith returns to Lorcan O’Neill presenting all-bronze sculptures alongside some small-scale paintings.
‘The Woven Field’, a solo exhibition of new paintings by British artist Tim Stoner is opening at Vardaxoglou inaugurating their new gallery space
Opening this week at Soho Revue ‘Good Company,’ a solo show of works by Brixton based artist, Layla Andrews.
Four Bedrooms With An En suite, A Garage & Garden In A Nice Neighbourhood is a solo exhibition by Luton-based artist R.I.P. Germain created during his residency at V.O Curations.
Almine Rech London is to present its first solo exhibition of American artist Marcus Jansen. This will be Marcus Jansen’s… Read More
Change is the constant that ripples through the work of Zina Karaman and Xanthe Soning and the title of this ‘in memoriam’ show, dedicated to the two artists’ friend Armando Zamparini who tragically passed away earlier this year
Collezione Maramotti inaugurates its autumn programme with two new exhibitions and cultural projects
Collezione Maramotti (Reggio Emilia) inaugurates its autumn programme with the opening of two exhibitions and the announcement of further projects…. Read More
The theme of the show is about how our minds can be literal toilets, how we can ‘dump’ a lot… Read More
Purslane and Soho Revue are delighted to announce ‘Thesmophoria’ a co-curated all-female group exhibition by Charlie Siddick, Founder and Curator… Read More
Modern Art is opening a solo exhibition of new work by Phillip Lai. Since the early 1990s, Phillip Lai has been working with sculpture to develop a visual language that enables a certain kind of thinking about abstraction and specificity in the ubiquitous objects and material that much of human life depends upon for sustenance and survival. Lai returns to similar typologies of objects in his work.