It’s something of a Silence of the Lambs meets Badlands-style love story,
Decolonial Ecologies. Understanding Postcolonial After Socialism (Riga Art Space, November 1 2022 – January 15 2023)
Seeing the monumental art of Magdalena Abakanowicz as an extension of her body offers us a glimpse into a complex life..
Out of the Box, celebrates objects, assemblage & the lost art of collecting in an increasingly digital world.
A fascinating journey into a labyrinthine world, this is an inclusive, in-depth compendium of artists’ imaginations from very different walks… Read More
A major Lucian Freud exhibition at the National Gallery, jointly organised with the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, marks the centenary of his birth in Berlin in 1922 and features 63 paintings spanning a prolific career of more than 70 years.
As Mera Rubell stated: “Sun and fun became a cultural destination” Art Basel Miami Beach celebrated its 20th anniversary in December 2022.
Basquiat’s legacy and influence are reexamined by those that knew him best in an intimate exhibition Jean Michel Basquiat King Pleasure© at Chelsea’s Starrett-Lehigh Building in New York which is open through January 1st 2023
Nebojša Yamasaki Vulkelic’s Walking Within A Slow Future (Galerija Doma Omladine Beograda, November 15-17, 2022)is a touching exhibition. Curated by Lav Mrenovic, the show brings together a series of recent drawings, with an ambient soundtrack and poem.
Creating a Path to Freedom: A Review of Koestler Arts’ Annual Award Exhibition curated by Ai Weiwei on show at The Southbank Centre
Koestler Arts runs an art prize with a National Exhibition at The Southbank Centre showing the work of prisoners, ex-offenders, secure patients and Immigration Centre Detainees. This year, the exhibition was curated by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Wei Wei and titled Freedom
Walking, optical illusions, tobacco, small art and Lucian Freud.