Olivia Sterling’s (b. 1996, Peterborough) new body of work, commissioned by the CCA as part of the Episodes programme, focuses on colour-changing bodies through tanning or fake tan, on the stage of the bacchanalian British package holiday.
Facebook, bones, snooker tables, Patrick Stewart and online art.
Mixing it up with mixed results in a new Hayward Gallery exhibition.
Photo London opens today (to 12 Sept), and where two years back people might have been wondering ‘Are there too many fairs?’ now it’s ‘Wow, a fair!’ And although there is a reduced international presence, especially from America and Asia, the 88 galleries have responded well. My guess is that more than half the images show people, and most of those give some focus to the face. But what about the legs? Here is a selection…
A flickering crossing, a bejewelled oil barrel, intense emotions and activism.
John Nash (1893-1977) tends to be remembered as the less radical younger brother of Paul, a first rank illustrator as well as a longstanding Royal Academician adept at the subtle transfiguration of landscapes, particularly in watercolour.
Art that appreciates the natural world around us.
Materials such as graphite, acrylic and linen work independently and together to compile Ena Swansea’s quasi-abstract paintings. Highlights from the… Read More
Get away through virtual reality and be guided by poets.
ALMA ZEVI Venice presents artist Sofia Stevi’s solo show ‘The Somnambulists’. A series of black and white figures fluctuating into… Read More
Break free of British sensibility.
A triple treat of exhibitions at Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Landscapes of emotions and statues of women.
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his top exhibitions to see in early July. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you