The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this month include: Magic, ceramic, Kubrick and relics.
A mustachioed tiger, tied to a lamppost, heaven and hell, precarious sculpture, helmets, tarred toys and an immense painting.
This weeks Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London includes: History, teeth, meditation, beauty, Campari, theatre and flowers.
The first solo institutional exhibition in the UK of the acclaimed American painter Amy Sillman. Taking over all of the galleries at Camden Arts Centre, the exhibition, which includes over 30 new works, will explore the breadth of Sillman’s practice.
London based non-profit collective Allied Editions partner with New York organisations to launch exclusive artist editions at Frieze New York.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see include: Colourful buildings, health, arms and legs, photorealism, heads, Siberia and yoga.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise… Read More
When your country sends you abroad to tell the world how interesting it is, you know you’re pretty good at interesting stuff. FAD’s newest feature asks Cultural Attachés to share the culture they’re finding really interesting in their postings, and to tell us a bit about culture from home. First up, SWEDEN!
This week’s top 6 features Henry Moore, beautiful birds, an organic calendar, a minotaur, voyages to the Arctic and surrealism
7 leading London public galleries to participate at FriezeLondon as a part of Allied Editions
‘Someone keeps on coughing. After a while I feel as though I might start coughing, as if embodying this strange, toxic, disconcerting environment’.
David Askevold: The Disorientation Scientist at Camden Arts Centre Private View Thursday 21st July 2011
Image:Askevold Oursler 22nd July – 25th September 2011 This July Camden Arts Centre presents the first UK solo exhibition of… Read More
Image:Mathilde Rosier The Chamber 22nd July – 25th September 2011 This July, Camden Arts Centre presents the first solo exhibition… Read More
www.riflemaker.org Flowing Black Light (2009) 240 x 340 cm (diptych), acrylic on canvas 4th July – Saturday 10th September 2011… Read More
One of the most significant artists working in Brazil today, Italian-born Anna Maria Maiolino, presents a new, site-specific installation and… Read More
The first screening of Jani Ruscica’s new film, Travelogue, researched and shot on location at Camden Arts Centre for Ruscica’s… Read More
Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 August 2009 12.00 – 5.30pm This year’s Spiral is inspired by the work of Camden… Read More