Grove Collective is a new gallery from Jacob Barnes of Soft Punk Magazine and Morgane Wagner of Square Gallery due to open its inaugural exhibition on February 4th a group exhibition titled A Future Cast In Our Image.
The most amazing machine on earth is buried outside Geneva: the CERN Large Hadron Collider. It is a huge, perfectly… Read More
A major exhibition of over 40 works by Damien Hirst will open in St. Moritz, Switzerland, across four locations from 23 January – 28 February 2021.
The exhibition Banksy. A Visual Protest is the first Banksy exhibition to be shown in Finland opening at Serlachius Museums in May 2021. The exhibition will be an extensive survey of the early art of Banksy.
Bhangra Lexicon is the world’s first ‘visual dictionary’ of movements found within this beautiful artform, carefully compiled by World Bhangra… Read More
Surrender, an exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by Joel Mesler, is the artist’s first show at David… Read More
The artists Daan Gielis and Tom Volkaert will be exhibiting together at the Everyday Gallery in Antwerp
Metal, Ink & Dye: Late Works from Captiva Island, will be BASTIAN’s first London exhibition of works by Robert Rauschenberg (1928-2008).
The New Art Centre has announced an exhibition of work by the British furniture designer Fred Baier, showcasing pieces made by the artist throughout the course of his long career.
Available to view in person and online, the significant collection of 19 drawings and paintings reveals Guston’s complete commitment to direct experience, moving between a pictorial language relating to his studio and painting tools, to contemplative motifs of his wife, the poet Musa McKim, and their shared lives together.
Seife has been building towards A Small Spark vs a Great Forest. After undertaking a personal and artistic journey through Iran, Syria and Turkey, Seife will present his first solo exhibition with Unit London
Rijksmuseum, the national museum of arts and history of the Netherlands, will stage its first-ever major exhibition dedicated to the subject of slavery
Maureen Paley to present the second solo exhibition at the gallery by Lawrence Abu Hamdan. The exhibition will include a newly realised installation of the video work Once Removed (2019)
For decades hackers have enabled the piracy and theft of software. Now that attention has been turned to art.
Mighty Beauty, Mighty Beast is a show combined from paintings, animation and an installation. It is a depiction of contemporary beauty cannon that appears in social media and fashion magazines.
A new digital space The Art Vault launches this week with an inaugural exhibition series New Futures Digital in partnership with top UK fine art universities starting with a collaboration with Central Saint Martins curated by Mazzy-Mae Green and Greta Voeller
Whitechapel Gallery will present Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy, a major retrospective of the work of Eileen Agar (1899-1991). The exhibition is the largest exhibition of Agar’s work to date.
Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty is the first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985) in over 50 years
Kate MacGarry is to present Blue Jeans & Brown Clay, an exhibition of new work by London-based artists and designers who have visited and worked at the Blunk House.
While other galleries show dusty re-runs from those long-gone ambassadors of the ’60s, GALLERY46 presents five contemporary artists who are very much alive, kicking and working in POP…NOW!
Castor presents ‘many drops make a puddle’, Antwerp-based painter Charline Tyberghein’s debut London exhibition.
The December edition of Art Basel’s Online Viewing Rooms previews tomorrow December 2nd and will feature an international lineup of 255 leading galleries from 30 countries and territories across North and South America, as well as Europe, Asia, and Africa
A new Ed Atkins exhibition Entropy of a biased coin is opening next week at CABINET – FAD magazine is… Read More
arebyte Gallery presents Realities (February – December 2021), a digital art programme featuring emerging as well as established artists from the UK and abroad