Marika Thunder is a New York City-born and based artist who is known for her bright sense of style and… Read More
You Turn Me Inside Out, a solo show by Christopher Stead that has just opened at FOLD gallery. Christopher Stead works with hand-torn and found material, where matter is woven into spaces that invite a human presence, participation and play.
Pitzhanger’s new solo exhibition by Rana Begum RA explores the perception of light, colour and form within sculpture, painting and… Read More
My Private Hell an exhibition that evokes feelings of anxiety, frazzled nerves and existential panic
Company Gallery has opened My Private Hell, an exhibition featuring Robert Bittenbender, Tobias Bradford, Cole Lu and Aleksandra Waliszewska whose works on view evoke feelings of anxiety, frazzled nerves and existential panic.
I must admit that before I visited the Kawanabe Kyosai exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, I wasn’t familiar with his work, and expected to see something in the vein of the revered Japanese artist Hokusai. Kyosai is considered to be a close successor of Hokusai, however, the exhibition felt more like looking at the work of an illustrator and satirist than a fine artist.
Just opened at Gladstone Gallery is an exhibition of new works by Damián Ortega. Known for his
uncanny ability to transcend ordinary objects into entities with complex narratives, the artist presents a
series of sculptural masks that explore the significant social, economic, and personal narratives embedded in the ephemera of the everyday.
Now the show in Leeds presents a 50-50 mixture of glass specialists and wider-ranging artists working in the material, all illuminatingly categorised by the material property foregrounded in the processes used. ‘SOLID’ features cast or moulded glass; ‘GAS’, sculptures made by blowing into the glass; ‘LIQUID’ the results of manipulating molten glass. Here’s one of each that order:
Jess Valice’s debut solo show in London will open at Carl Kostyál, 12a Savile Row on Wednesday, April 6th, private… Read More
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.
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.
From next week, I will start a new column for FAD exploring the shared space between food and art. This article is an introduction to this research. Called FOOD ART, it will explore the intersections, collaborations, and engagements between the two cultural spheres.
elix Carr’s debut UK solo exhibition Only My Right Hand Is Mine, on view at PUBLIC Gallery from 9th October – 3rd November.
The PUBLIC Gallery has just announced Mia Wilkinson’s second solo show at the gallery: ‘THIS IS NOT PORN’. It will exhibit a selection of Mia’s recent works (2016-18) exploring the depiction of the female nude in our media-obsessed age.
For the fourth exhibition in its space in Venice, Alberta Pane gallery presented the collective show Extended Architecture. For the… Read More
The students taking their Master on Curating the Art Museum at The Courtauld Institute of Art will inaugurate their show There Not… Read More
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.
Blain|Southern gallery in London just presented its show on some early photographs by the acclaimed film-maker Wim Wenders. It is an incredible occasion to discover a new side of this all-embracing artist, and to see for the first time some of his archival polaroids!