Whether you’re ready to visit galleries or would prefer to stay at home, 5 exhibitions everyone can access,
A Plus A just opened ‘Armor‘, the solo-show by recent graduate Maddalena Tesser. The artist presents a series of new… Read More
‘Trellis: Public Art’ is a programme of knowledge exchange between researchers and artists in the East End.
“…the University will have to become one place, among others, where the attempt is made to think the social bond… Read More
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks five exhibitions to see in person now that galleries are opening again this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
Arturo Herrera’s most recent work, exhibited in “From This Day Forwards” is a phenomenological shotgun blast. Showing at the Thomas Dane Gallery in London, soon to be freed from the restraints of a Covid-19 Lockdown, Herrera’s dynamic collage works most prominently to overwhelm the senses, in a blitz of overlapping imagery and colour, even as we vehemently struggle to understand it.
In early February, the much-anticipated Framing Britney Spears charted the course of Britney Spears’ life and career: her humble beginnings… Read More
The top 5 remote art initiatives outside of exhibitions.
The Brooklyn based artist is known for her sculptures and installations: massive, interrupting, and urgent works made of glass, plastic,… Read More
DKUK has performed thousands of haircuts each year since its opening in 2014. The difference is that these transformations are done in front of artworks, rather than mirrors, as part of the 6 exhibitions that make up the DKUK annual calendar.
The London Art Fair’s online edition runs 18th-31st Jan. As in the physical versions, the best material is fairly evenly split between 20th century British classics and contemporary work – so here are two picks from each category:
Mehretu’s expansive, and incredibly labour intensive works each tackle their own important themes—immigration, displacement, social and economic inequality, and natural disasters