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Yulia Iosilzon Interview – “I can’t fully describe how I feel when I enter the transparent painting. It feels very different from painting on canvas. There’s always a way back.”
Israeli born, London based artist Yulia Iosilzon recently sat down with art historian, writer and curator Hector Campbell to discuss how her sculptural background influences her paintings, her exploration of colour and narrative, and her current exhibition Paradeisos at Carvalho Park in New York
A library celebrating immigrants, modern slavery, soap reliefs, an archive, giant heads, equal pay for women and lots of lights.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London this summer include: Refugees, shoes, a block of meat, a birthing pool, Ancient civilisations, rare prints and mescaline.
This week’s Top Art Exhibitions to see in London’ include Addiction, skulls, forensics, armour, darkness, design, and architecture.
Exactly 50 years today, Monday 9 July, the Hayward Gallery was opened by HM The Queen. To mark this special anniversary, the gallery is holding a series of commemorative events.
Modern Art are showing a solo exhibition of work by Collier Schorr. This is her 4th solo exhibition with the gallery.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London includes: Animals, colour, wood, viruses, neon, Frankenstein & crosses.
Banksy’s original gallerist Steve Lazarides and his Lazinc co-founder Wissam Al Mana are going to exhibit an influential collection of Banksy’s most iconic images this summer.
On the eastern front in 1944, rear gunner Joseph Beuys (b1921-d1986) was—according to his own personal mythology— rescued from a burning Stuka by Tatar nomads and wrapped in fat and felt. These totemic materials predominate throughout the German artist’s work, with the myth as a resonating centre of meaning, both personal and historical, even if the story itself isn’t really true.
Visitors can volunteer in factory, featuring eight tonnes of clay, a 30-metre production line and more than 2,000 fired objects
Tate Modern, London
Civil rights meet aesthetics in this riveting survey of 20 crucial years of black American art and struggle
Tate Modern, London
Searing artistic responses to the agony of America’s racial struggle sit alongside powerful abstracts by forgotten artists. This compelling show puts the battle for civil rights in a brutal, brilliant new light
For Sgt Pepper’s 50th anniversary, the great psychedelic visionary of feminist art has created a giant mop-top mural inspired by Fixing a Hole – a song that sums up what she has spent her entire career doing
The main show is a woolly walk through hand-wringing hippydom and flowerpot trainers. But elsewhere, the biennale bares its teeth in works of danger and daring
British Pavilion, Venice Biennale
The 73-year-old sculptor’s most significant show yet is a crowded game of associations, where skeletal megaphones spar with concrete clods. But is there space for us to play too?
Amid all the rule changes, Lubaina Himid is surely the favourite to win British art’s most important prize this year
The macho man of Spanish painting was obsessed with bulls. For him they were symbols of mythic power, but also impotence and mortality
A new Australian exhibition suggests art was first made to attract mates, signal dangers or mimic nature. But this reduces a mysterious impulse to a biological drive