The Royal College of Art (RCA) today announced the launch of its new Sir Frank Bowling Scholarship. The Scholarship will… Read More
Opening at Tate Britain in December, Life Between Islands will be a landmark exhibition exploring the extraordinary breadth of Caribbean-British art over… Read More
This group exhibition takes its title from a little-known short book by J.R.R. Tolkien first published in 1964. The book contains two works, an essay called “On Fairy-Stories” and an allegorical short story called “Leaf by Niggle”.
Reflecting the scale and scope of a prodigious six-decade career that has unfolded while criss-crossing the Atlantic Ocean, Sir Frank… Read More
Arnolfini have announced a major exhibition with pioneering painter Sir Frank Bowling as part of their 60th-anniversary celebrations in 2021.
What a year 2020 was! Glad to get that over but seems like the beginning of 2021 is going to… Read More
Yet Frank Bowling hasn’t generated the same publicity, though he has arguably been consistently good over a longer period
Destruction of heritage, explosions of colour, Manga, dark matter, writing, moon meditation and giant headphones.
More Land Than Landscape is a solo exhibition of Frank Bowling OBE RA’s most recent paintings at Hales gallery. The exhibition coincides with Bowling’s five star major retrospective at Tate Britain
Today, Tate Britain presents the first major retrospective of work by Frank Bowling. Since the early 1960s Bowling (b.1934) has explored and expanded the possibilities of paint, influencing generations of artists through his spectacular kaleidoscopic paintings.
Clarks: Rebooted is a global artist initiative launched in London to celebrate the 65th Anniversary of the iconic Clarks Desert… Read More
On 15th November 1913 Jacob Epstein coined the name for The London Group, Britain’s longest-running artists’ group.
A hundred years later to the day, +100 The London Group Today opens in the capital, a unique exhibition that connects Britain’s leading contemporary artists to their historical counterparts.