Plymouth has just opened it’s new arts and heritage complex and a lot was riding on it. There’s the £47m budget and the fact that it’s coinciding with the 400th anniversary of the launch of the Mayflower from Plymouth — the ship carrying English settlers to North America. Plus, much like everything else in art and the wider world, the launch was delayed due to the pandemic.
Migrate Art presents ‘Scorched Earth’ a charity auction and exhibition of new works by leading artists, organised in direct response to the widespread deliberate destruction of crop fields in Iraq. The participating artists have created new works using paint pigmented with ash collected by Migrate Art from land scorched by these fires.
Opening Thursday 18th June, and curated by Lawrence Van Hagen, WHAT’S UP TWENTY TWENTY is an exhibition and art sale for our time, one that challenges the physical exhibition space as we know it and releases viewers from the confines of one gallery in one location.
Thaddeaus Ropac Paris Marais gallery reopens this week on Tuesday 12th May, in accordance with French government guidelines.
To coincide with International Sculpture Day and in celebration of The Line’s 5th anniversary, they have launched The Line Online: a new interactive website offering a virtual experience of The Line which can be enjoyed at home.
The Connor Brothers, Anish Kapoor, Antony Gormley, Bambi, Julian Opie, Sarah Pope and Grayson Perry donate to Bonhams The Blue Auction To Raise Funds for NHS Charities Covid-19 Appeal
Lee Sharrock spoke to The Connor Brothers about the charity auction organised by Bonhams which features artworks donated by leading contemporary artists, and special experiences including a visit to Grayson Perry’s studio and lunch with Dame Joan Collins at Claridges after the lockdown is lifted.
Climb inside a giant figure, de-stress in the dark, feast on femininity, escape a pink tower and sleep in a wheelbarrow.
The R.A. just announced their upcoming programme for 2019 and its set to star three titans of British contemporary art: Bill Viola, Phylidia Barlow and Anthony Gormley.
Internationally acclaimed artists Francis Alÿs, Jeremy Deller, Robert Gober, Antony Gormley, Roni Horn, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Taryn Simon, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread are among the 37 artists who have given works to create a major new fund ARTISTS FOR ARTANGEL.
Artists including Tracey Emin, Anish Kapoor, Rob & Nick Carter and Antony Gormley donate to charity art exhibition & auction for Cardboard Citizens
Art On The Mind an exhibition and auction in aid of Cardboard Citizens, featuring Martin Creed, Ian Davenport, Tracey Emin CBE RA, Brian Eno, Sir Antony Gormley, Sir Anish Kapoor CBE RA, Harland Miller and Gavin Turk.
Antony Gormley sculptures lurk under the promenade, Richard Woods invades town with huts for second-homers, while Bob and Roberta Smith treats local kids to art lessons. An eye-catching battle is raging at the Kent seaside between rich and poor, social decay and civic pride
Leading International artists use materials recovered from The Glasgow School of Art fire to create new works for auction.
25 leading international artists, including Simon Starling, Sir Antony Gormley, Grayson Perry, Cornelia Parker, Jenny Saville, David Shrigley and Douglas Gordon have used materials retrieved from The Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh library after the fire to create original works of art to help raise money for restoration of the Mackintosh Building.
The Most Interesting Art Events ‘ to see in London this week.
A merciless graphic novel imagines what would happen if Anish Kapoor and Antony Gormley were dropped on Afghanistan. Its creator explains his hallucinatory romp
I am going to tell you a secret, ‘the best way to buy art from famous artists within a tight budget is by visiting a students charity auction.
Some of Goldsmiths’ ex artists including Antony Gormley, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Julian Opie, Sam Taylor-Johnson and Steve McQueen! have donated works to a special Christie’s auction in aid of raising money to build a new gallery at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Artworks from some of the world’s most influential contemporary artists went under the hammer last night (11th December) at Unicef UK’s first ever contemporary art auction SyriART, raising vital funds to help protect Syrian children from danger.
Unicef UK announced yesterday that 35 world-renowned artists have donated artworks to their first ever contemporary art auction, SyriART, which will raise vital funds to help protect Syrian children from danger.