Modern Art Oxford today announced an important exhibition of paintings by the internationally celebrated artist Anish Kapoor. Anish Kapoor: Painting will… Read More
To call a person a soft touch is to suggest that they are easily persuaded or manipulated. The phrase is… Read More
‘A Fine Day for Seeing’ takes its title from the New York School poet and curator Frank O’Hara, who bridged… Read More
This autumn, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence will host a major exhibition by Jeff Koons, curated by Arturo Galansino and Joachim… Read More
This week, Tate Britain opens the UK’s largest and most comprehensive retrospective of the work of Paula Rego. An uncompromising artist of extraordinary imaginative… Read More
“The Cherry Blossoms are about beauty and life and death. They’re extreme—there’s something almosttacky about them. […] They’re decorative but… Read More
Using a window display created by Andy Warhol for a luxury New York City department store in 1961 as a starting point, Michael Pybus is to transform D-Contemporary into facsimile of a retail display.
Hayward Gallery’s HENI Project Space will present the most extensive exhibition of Gerhard Richter’s drawings ever shown in the UK. Over the course of a career that has spanned six decades, Richter has been widely acknowledged as one of the most influential contemporary artists in the world.
Hot Air seeks to explore both the playfully innocent and darker underworld of the blow-up. While momentarily buoyant, inevitably these… Read More
BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art will open a major solo exhibition by multidisciplinary artist Sutapa Biswas in late June. Spanning Biswas’ extensive career, the exhibition will include a major new film commission titled Lumen.
From the 4th of June until July the 4th the artist Ben Edge and the Museum of British Folklore are… Read More
Cob Gallery is to present a new solo exhibition of work by Tahnee Lonsdale: twelve oil paintings whose swooping angularity fuses an intimate sense of personal vulnerability with an awareness of emotional experience as a form of public rite. Ode and tonic to this year of upheaval, they mark a moment of our collective re-emergence.
For over half a century, Larry Poons has been identified as heir to the heroic era of American painting
Almine Rech London is to present its first solo exhibition of American artist Larry Poons. For over half a century, Larry Poons has been identified as heir to the heroic era of American painting, following in the footsteps of such greats as Pollock, de Kooning, and Rothko.
The Royal Academy of Arts to open David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy, 2020 comprising a new body of work created by David Hockney RA during a period of intense activity at his home in Normandy charting the unfolding and progression of Spring.
Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty is the first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet in over 50 years
Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty is the first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985) in over 50 years
Damien Hirst’s famous ‘Cain and Abel’ stars in Meat The Future a challenging new exhibition at Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Meat The Future presents cutting-edge research on the environmental and health impacts of eating meat, and offers visitors a variety… Read More
Other Forms of Travel, an exhibition of new vision boards and internet manipulations by search engine artist and internet imperialist Gretchen Andrew
Annka Kultys Gallery is to present Other Forms of Travel, an exhibition of new vision boards and internet manipulations by search engine artist and internet imperialist Gretchen Andrew.
The spring exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ features new sculptures and paintings by Ugo Rondinone, in which the artist, continuously inspired by the natural world, animates profane subjects like horses, the sea, and the sky to become vessels of spiritual contemplation.