Today we hear from Sara Piccinini, the senior coordinator of Collezione Maramotti. She reflects on the present (and future) of the Collection amidst these particular times, as well as talking about all the different projects the public collection has put in place to support its artists.
10 Questions from Isolation- This week’s guest is Huma Kabakci, independent Curator and Founding Director of Open Space. Kabakci completed an MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art, as well as a curatorial fellowship at the 2018 Liverpool Biennial
The lastest online exhibition at the artist-run gallery, 81 Leonard Gallery features new works by Méïr Srebriansky. ‘Age of Resin’ is a survey of the artist’s work in a new medium.
How do we perceive objects when they become “activated” by a performer? Can there be, thereafter, a neutral spectatorship? ‘Forum: Bread and Games’, curated by Natalija Pauni for Open Space Contemporary, reflects on these questions, considering the precariousness of authors’ ideas and authorship.
Yulia Iosilzon Interview – “I can’t fully describe how I feel when I enter the transparent painting. It feels very different from painting on canvas. There’s always a way back.”
Israeli born, London based artist Yulia Iosilzon recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss how her sculptural background influences her paintings, her exploration of colour and narrative, and her current exhibition Paradeisos at Carvalho Park in New York
What results from urban planning, social practice, and a hunger for change? Theaster Gates at Richard Gray may be it. The latest exhibition from the Chicago based artist emphasised the intersection of fine art and social progression.
Art Night returns this year for it’s fourth run in Walthamstow and King’s Cross. This year differs to the last in that Walthamstow was awarded the first London Borough of Culture. The festival shall run on Saturday 22nd of June, starting around 7pm and finishing around 3am.
How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? Find out at AMP gallery as it becomes an artist-led cafe
How does art taste? How does it feel to eat it, touch it, sit on it? AMP gallery have turned into an artist-run-cafe to investigate. 12 artists will deliver holistic edible experiences, designing everything from furniture to butter.
PADA studios presents two new London exhibitions, at ASC Gallery and Recreational Grounds. The shows gather together the work of 12 artists in total, resulting from their residency in PADA’s industrial park in Portugal.
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.
Alessio Bolzoni is publishing the second part of his photographic project exploring abuse. Abuse II, The Uncanny which transforms dance and flexibility into a fierce critique of physical abuse.
Lot 5 Collective’s fourth exhibition, Face Value, will be staged at the Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Mayfair from 8-17 November.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts presents a five-day convening of artists, academics and activists focused on contemporary Black feminist politics, examining the impossibility of Black women’s claims to womanhood and the new spaces that are created by a politics of refusal. Generating conversations across the diaspora and across generations, a range of thinkers and practitioners present a series of talks, workshops, film screenings and performance.
If art is all about movements, then there aren’t many bigger than Contemporary and Pop Art. The early 20th century provided us with some truly iconic pieces, and many of them were associated with some of the most prolific artists in history that could be placed under the Contemporary and Pop Art umbrellas.
Modern Art are showing a solo exhibition of work by Collier Schorr. This is her 4th solo exhibition with the gallery.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London includes: Animals, colour, wood, viruses, neon, Frankenstein & crosses.
Cult American artist, Kenny Scharf, the grandfather of Street Art, who alongside friends Haring and Basquiat founded the street art movement in 1980s New York with his surreal pop art murals, is to have his first UK exhibition for ten years in London.
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.
In 2016 world-renowned curator Azu Nwagbogu invited James to show his 2014 ‘Wotsit All About’ series in Lagos, Nigeria. Naturally, Nwagbogu expected Ostrer to come along with his fetishised junk food portraits that had warned the west of over-consumption.