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MC3 Projects presented the second edition of The Occasionale, a summer arts festival spanning their beautiful rural grounds in East Sussex. Curated by Sarah Pager and Jaime Marie Davis
The inaugural CAN art fair in Ibiza embodied a hedonistic celebration of highly pigmented figuration.
As the airy CAN fairground reverbed with a spontaneous round of applause at cocktail hour on the closing evening featuring resident DJ Looka Barbi on Sunday 17th July, it seemed a fitting end to what had been a truly effervescent inaugural exposition on the hedonic island.
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite painting exhibitions to see in London. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
The art and design studio Intoart recently had its first exhibition, ‘An Octopus with Boomerangs’ one of the studio’s most ambitious displays that dug deep into its 22-year-old archive to exhibit work by more than 24 artists across various mediums and forms.
The most interesting thing is the thing that is not there, the thing that just evades scrutiny, the thing that hangs like cobwebs in the background
Cornelia Parker’s work is all about that liminal thing and, in this show at Tate Britain, it looms large. Indeed, one quickly forms the impression that she – intentionally or otherwise – is making the art that this fractured, restless world deserves.
Ossian Ward’s Marina Abramovic is an accessible overview of Marina Abramovic’s incredible life and work.
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Religion, memory, culture, Elvis and motherhood.
Paper rains down, sculpture, landscapes, auras, nature and marble.
London Gallery Weekend kicks off this Friday, May 13th, with hundreds of special events and exhibitions taking place across London. To help you navigate we asked Hector Campbell, writer, curator and author of the weekly emerging art newsletter ‘The Shock of the Now’, to select his top choices from London’s selection of small to mid-size galleries.