Art is a big part of our lives, and we all have certain aesthetics that we lean toward. But do you know your favorite style? With such a variety of styles available, you deserve to find the one that you enjoy most. Here are some different schools of art that you should explore to find your own preferences.
Emma Fineman solo show, REALMS OF THE (UN) REAL, to open at PUBLIC Gallery, 6th March. The exhibition explores the many facets of our ontological space, imagining them within an absence of temporal constraints.
Last chance to catch Saatchi’s current show Full Circle: The Beauty of Inevitability, featuring works which blend art and science by the acclaimed Russian artist GeorgII Uvs.
Marlborough Fine Art will present a retrospective of works by Victor Pasmore in February 2019, using as a point of departure his major 1965 Tate exhibition.
PUBLIC Gallery’s upcoming exhibition will mark the debut of the Italian artist Matteo Cordero.
The solo exhibition will show the trajectory of Cordero’s work, especially the influence the Neo-Expressionists of the late 1970s and 1980s
elix Carr’s debut UK solo exhibition Only My Right Hand Is Mine, on view at PUBLIC Gallery from 9th October – 3rd November.
Ponytailed tyres, dancers, an artist collective, clothes pegs, a garden, protest and the digital.
Underwater photography, voyeurism, perfume, rural scenes, abstract masters, free runners and stained glass.
To put 6 Art exhibitions you can’t afford to miss.
Tapestries, augmented reality, bold colours, tree shoes and bricks
Hidden amongst antiquarian objects are the abstract gems of Tess Jaray.
I was immediately blown away by the International artist born in Bulgaria, but based in London and New York, Ida… Read More
There is, perhaps, no better way to herald the dawn of Spring than with the work of Betty Woodman. Her energetic ceramic works are an explosion of colour, which are currently splattered across the white walls of the ICA.
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Jackson Pollock 51 Jackson Pollock 51, 1951 (excerpt) Hans Namuth and Paul Falkenberg (directors) Morton Feldman (composer)