Mount Stuart Trust – the charity running the extraordinary Neo-Gothic mansion on the Isle of Bute and a broad corresponding cultural programme – are pleased to share their 2021 contemporary visual arts exhibition look ahead announcement.
An unusual art exhibition that tells the story of the year through the eyes of 160+ artists opens this week in South East London.
New York-based painter Jennifer Packer solo exhibition The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing now open in London
New York-based painter Jennifer Packer recalibrates art historical approaches to portraiture and still life, casting these enduring genres in a… Read More
Group show ‘tangled up in blue’ presented by ethical art collecting platform Purslane is aiming to raise money for Shelter…. Read More
TOUCH ME encouraged 51 artists to combat, ridicule and pacify the Covid-induced withdrawal of the sense of touch by physically interacting with their own artworks.
Interview with Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar, who bravely launched their gallery in the midst of these hard times
A new gallery, founded by Marlee Katz and Danielle Dewar, is opening in New York. Tchotchke Gallery, directed by two… Read More
As students’ struggle amidst the covid-19 pandemic struggle to survive, Liverpool John Moores BA students are taking action to showcase their work. Faced by multiple Degree Shows cancellation, postponement, and ‘online-only’ surrogates – long criticised by many – the Liverpool institution is launching their final exhibition… “on Mars”.
Hush Hush: Conversations with Myself is an interdisciplinary art and music event curated by Concrete Assembly at Guest Projects, East London This is a group show of individual moving-image and painting language works, they can be viewed as a series of monologues, co-exist only within self and dialogue.
Inês Neto Dos Santos is a Portuguese artist who recently graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London. She has always demonstrated a keen interest in the relation between human beings and the elements surrounding their daily lives.
Marlon Diggs is a self-taught artist from Newport News, VA living in the Washington DC area. Born in 1987 Diggs began to pursue art as a child drawing everything from cartoons, comics, action figures and athletes.
After two sell out exhibitions in Lebanon, Lebanese contemporary artist Jules Bakhos brings his new exhibition Paperplanes to London. We managed to catch up with Jules ahead of his first solo exhibition in London.
FORM is the debut exhibition in a three-part series to run over the course of 2018. NEW WORK: FORM, SUBJECT, MATERIAL aims to exhibit selected groups of young, international multidisciplinary artists who bring distinct voices and striking approaches to these three fields of enquiry.
An independent panel of art professionals have selected 12 artists for a group show and one artist for a solo show during the Frieze Art Fair Week from over 300 applicants. Both exhibitions will take place in the gallery space located in 23 Grafton Street at the far end of Dover Street.