This Island Sunrise celebrates a selected history of improvised British design, bringing together three remarkable thrones of artisanal construction spanning four centuries.
Eduardo Paolozzi’s early deconsacrations – ‘Pop’ collages and lost-wax bronzes on view at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert gallery are showing the first of a series of three exhibitions honouring Eduardo Paolozzi.
Mosaics, punks, kinetic art, Lucio Fontana, fake news, optical illusions and collage.
A selection of sculptures from a host of distinguished artists including Damien Hirst, Martin Creed, Gary Hume and Eduardo Paolozzi can be viewed on The Line, a new walk linking the O2 and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Richard Hamilton, The State,1993 Tate, London 2014 © The Estate of Richard Hamilton, DACS 2014 (Part of Jane and Louise… Read More
There is a great eclectic exhibition at Pace London titled ‘A Strong Sweet Smell of Incense’that takes as inspiration the character and career of celebrated art dealer and pioneer, Robert Fraser, curated by Brian Clarke.
ART OPENING: Eduardo Paolozzi and the Birth of British Pop-Art @A&D Gallery Tuesday 18th February 2014
In Britain, Pop-Art had a unique impact on publishing, fashion, music, TV, and cinema. Perhaps it was the dispersal over the various media that lessened the effect that Pop Art had on Fine Art. But we did do it first, and we did some of it very well indeed. So celebrate it and as they said without irony in the 60’s: Buy British
In 1837, the Government School of Design opened in Somerset House on the Strand in London: the world’s first, publicly funded design school. 175 years later and now known as the Royal College of Art, it is the world’s oldest art and design university in continuous operation.
It will include around 200 drawings dating from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day by both established and emerging sculptors.
THE STRAWBERRY THIEF Selected by Jeremy Deller The Fine Art Society Private View Thursday 6th October 2011
Jeremy Deller who brings together eight contemporary artists with modern British forebears…..
TRANSMITTER / RECEIVER The Persistence of Collage A new touring exhibition from the Arts Council Collection Opening Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) 22nd July – 6th November 2011
The new Arts Council Collection touring exhibition Transmitter/Receiver traces some of the uses of collage in British art from the… Read More
Thursday 3rd September, 6.30–8.30pm 4 September to 1 November 2009 Wednesday to Sunday 11am–6pm This autumn, Raven Row will combine… Read More