Pallant House Gallery has announced a unique response to creativity during the coronavirus pandemic. The Gallery has commissioned a model art gallery that will feature original miniature artworks from over 30 leading contemporary British artists
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in late October include Birth, death, films, social media and a mask.
Gillian Wearing continues her exploration of identity, fiction, reality and the mask presenting a series of new works on paper, board, sculpture and film. Conceived over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the exhibition focuses mainly on works made during the lockdown. Her new watercolour portraits have all been created in this time of self-reflection motivated by isolation.
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976-1995 is a group exhibition selected by Michael Bracewell that surveys identity and image in British art, culture and society between 1976 and 1995.
Gillian Wearing’s solo exhibition at SMK presents sculpture, video and photo works created from 1992 to the present day with a focus on family relations
Not 5 but 9 exhibitions to catch this week
Inspired, perhaps, by the surge of the selfie, there was a glut of self-portrait shows last year, and the trend continues.
This stunning exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery brings together two seemingly disparate female artists, their careers divided by more than seven decades, but with rather more in common aesthetically and philosophically than it would first appear.
‘A Room With Your Views’, by Gillian Wearing to premier at HOUSE
Rack ‘em up: British Contemporary Editions, 1990 – 2000 focusses on editions produced by the so-called YBA generation of artists. The survey, the first of its kind ever staged, brings together works by all of the leading figures of the period, including Keith Coventry, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas and Gavin Turk, and seeks to capture the irreverent and exuberant flavour of the era.
Connect! is the national competition that gives members of the public the chance to win a leading contemporary artist to create a unique event at their local museum or gallery during Museums at Night, the UK’s after hours festival of arts, culture and heritage.
This week’s top picks include abstract nature, suspended cyborgs, confessions, Philippine politics, a peep hole, battlefields and oversized pills.
A Real Birmingham Family is a project from Turner Prize-winning artist Gillian Wearing led by Ikon that has been over three years in the making.
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The exhibition will feature over 100 contemporary artworks made by women artists and will represent the art collections of seven prominent female art collectors from London, Europe and North America.
The posters will go up in June on prominent sites at four central London stations.
From Andy Warhol in drag and Giles Duley’s ‘broken statue’, to John Coplans’s back and Gillian Wearing as her father
Major Exhibition Featuring Over Seventy-Five Artists Examines Works Made or Exhibited in New York City Twenty Years Ago
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The Save the Arts campaign is organised by the London branch of the Turning Point Network, a national consortium of over 2,000 arts organisations and artists dedicated to working together and finding new ways to support the arts in the UK.
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