This week – besides confronting a Wednesday snowstorm which made Central Park delightful – I ventured to the Upper East Side for the opening of a tribute show at Tilton Gallery and then returned to Chelsea for some Bill Viola, Robert Ryman and Liu Shiuyan.
Robert Clark and Skye Sherwin suggest the best exhibitions to catch over the Christmas period, from Rembrandt’s nudes to the Turner Prize
Making It Up As We Go Along | Celebrating 20 years of Dazed & Confused with a Book and Exhibition at Somerset House
Somerset House is currently hosting Making It Up As We Go Along, an exhibition celebrating 20 years of Dazed &… Read More
Deloitte Ignite 2011 Curated By Mike Figgis Just Tell The Truth Unveiling of programme 2, 3, 4 September 2011 Deloitte… Read More
In the week the art world had reason to be optimistic, David Lynch opens surrealist salon based on Mullholland Drive’s club silencio, Anish Kapoor scuppers British Council plans in China, climate activists stage a protest of their own, the apps battle it out at Basel and a new Caravaggio turns up 400 years after the artist’s death.
It was in the nineties when Marilyn Manson (born in 1969) became well known as a shock rocker combining brutally… Read More
Musical visionary Danger Mouse and iconoclastic filmmaker David Lynch pool their talents and reveal the stunning and haunting photographs from… Read More
With a timely and justified exhibition SHOWstudio proclaims to be the creative opening where art and fashion collide. Fashion Videos… Read More
Cartier hired David Lynch, the director of offbeat films such as “Eraserhead” and “Blue Velvet,” to design a space and… Read More