BASTIAN is to present Andy Warhol Polaroid Pictures as its inaugural exhibition at the gallery’s new London space
Banksy’s original gallerist Steve Lazarides and his Lazinc co-founder Wissam Al Mana are going to exhibit an influential collection of Banksy’s most iconic images this summer.
INTERVIEW: British artist and architect, Mark Dziewulski, exhibits work from the Venice Biennale 2017 for the first time in London
FAD caught up with British artist and architect, Mark Dziewulski ahead of his new exhibition where he will be exhibiting some of his work from the Venice Biennale 2017 for the first time in London.
Bermondsey’s Drawing Room styles itself as Europe’s only public non-profit gallery dedicated to drawing.
Timothy Taylor opens in New York with an exhibition dedicated to the late Mexican architect Luis Barragán.
London-based gallery Timothy Taylor, which recently announced the opening of its first space in New York at 515 West 19th Street, will debut with an exhibition dedicated to the late Mexican architect Luis Barragán.
A new platform for collectors and enthusiasts to explore art made with video, sound and web has been announced today in New York.
In January this year, a Belgian court found Luc Tuymans guilty of plagiarism for using a photograph as the source of a painting.
The Winter Pride Art Awards celebrated its second year last Saturday with a ceremony at Tobacco Dock. It was a glittering event, with wild entertainment, fine food and fine art, not to mention plenty of cocktails. Behind the glamorous veneer of an awards ceremony to celebrate young, emerging artists, Winter Pride has a serious and urgent mission which is so often overlooked in the wider artworld
It all started when Snoop was staying at the Palazzo Versace hotel, where a Versace cushion was the inspiration for a painting that would later sell on eBay for $10,200.
Just in time for Halloween, the Anna Wintour Costume Institute at the MET has unveiled it’s first Fall exhibition in seven years.”Death Becomes Her” showcases a century of mourning attire (1815 to 1915) as well as illustrations, paintings, and daguerreotypes, all dedicated to the etiquette of bereavement.
The Top Art Events to visit this week from Art Map London
This week’s top five includes humour, photography, igloos, gold foil and otherworldly landscapes
A colossal glider hangs in the Turbine hall and a selection of smaller works are over at the career survey in Whitechapel
The African Art Fair has returned with a stronger second edition
Two shows of emerging and mid-career talent in this Frieze ‘satellite’ show
This week’s top 5 features an auction, a masked monkey, British wildlife, sonic art and Arab cinema
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.
Photography and architecture are inextricably linked.
But we have two openings this month, both quite conceptual though radically different, and I’ve assessed each one in turn: