Ponytailed tyres, dancers, an artist collective, clothes pegs, a garden, protest and the digital.
Illusions in the dark, little dancers, repentance, ebola, street art, drones and the middle east.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week.
This week you can see Michael Petry’s Joshua D’s Wall at F.A.S and listen to the World Premiere performance of A Prussian Requiem.
INTERVIEW: We caught up with Chinese Artist Jacky Tsai ahead of his solo show FUTURE PAST @FASLondon
FAD managed to catch a few minutes with Chinese artist Jacky Tsai ahead of the opening of his first solo show in London
Discover Brown’s London Art Weekend’s programme of talks, art tours, recommended walks and the Artists menu at HIX Mayfair from today
Politics & Nature: unnatural and natural states of the world at 56th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia
Arriving in Venice for the vernissage days whilst elections were in full swing, I was surprised to be confronted by a politically charged Biennale. Colonialism, Capitalism, Socialism, contemporary slavery and migration were some of the themes running through the 56th Edition of La Biennale di Venezia, which opened not long after a period of several weeks during which more than 1,800 migrants – many of them African – drowned whilst attempting to flee across the Mediterranean to Europe..
Group show: GHOSTS “How we live in the future” opening this Tuesday
The best commercial exhibitions of 2014 covering both galleries and auctions
Artist Angela Palmer was given unprecedented access to the highly secretive world of Formula 1 engineering to realise an extraordinary collection of sculptures for her solo show.
Taking you on a 22 minute headphone journey throughout the entire 5 floors of the UK’s oldest commercial dealership..
This week’s top five includes humour, photography, igloos, gold foil and otherworldly landscapes
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Rob and Nick Carter’s latest venture is a ground-breaking piece of digitally engineered film that takes as its subject a painting by the Dutch Golden Age master Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder (1573–1621)