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The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London in December include Masculinity, wind chimes, pulsing lights, motherhood and lots of legs.
The Store X The Vinyl Factory presents the Jefferson Hack curated show TRANSFORMER: A Rebirth of Wonder
The Store X The Vinyl Factory are presenting a new exhibition curated by Jefferson Hack for Frieze Week: TRANSFORMER: A Rebirth of Wonder will be at 180 The Strand
Frieze LA quietly rolled into town last week just after the Grammys and a safe distance from the Oscars (fingers crossed Olivia Coleman). The Uk’s premier Nuclear destroyer of art fairs, containing a bigger arsenal than any other threw the anchor down at Paramount studios.
The likes of Doug Aitken have decamped to the outskirts of Palm Springs to exhibit large-scale works that challenge the history of the western expansion and appear along the route to a certain music festival
This week’s top 5 features a hoarder’s squat, coloured smoke, contemporary vanitas painting, haunting photographs and vibrant street art
Doug Aitken to own the summer- A Solo show at Victoria Miro – A major show at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt a 30 day Happening at The Barbican and then a Film Premier !
through the sale of Constant Dullaart’s encrypted treasure map and Aranda / Lasch’s Treasure Chest this evening, during Phillips’ Contemporary Evening Sale for Treasure of Lima: A Buried Exhibition: the latest art and conservation project conceived by TBA21-ACADEMY, the arts foundation chaired by philanthropist Francesca von Habsburg.
Tonight head to Victoria Miro for the private view of three new exhibitions. These look like three interesting and diverse… Read More
Image:Jeff koons Every year Basel art fair kicks off early with a major contemporary artist in conversation. Last tear kicked… Read More