Italian artist Giuseppe Penone (born in 1947) is making two simultaneous gifts of nearly 350 drawings to the Centre Pompidou and as many works on paper to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Among the Trees celebrates key works of art that reimagine how we think about trees and forests. Spanning the past 50 years, the exhibition brings together major works by 38 leading international artists from five different continents.
This week – besides almost losing my passport whilst Spring cleaning – I lay on a very comfortable pink carpet at 180 The Strand and then took a train to Wakefield to feel the density of Anthony McCall’s solid light sculptures and lie down on luscious green grass in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Closing this weekend is FORCE OF NATURE. Featuring work by 28 contemporary artists, surveying the influence of nature and its processes on their work.
Most days art Critic Paul Carey-Kent spends hours on the train, traveling between his home in Southampton and his day job in Surrey. Could he, we asked, jot down whatever came into his head?
Giuseppe Penone is regarded as one of the most important artists of his generation; his career spans over 40 years, beginning in the late 1960s.
Mixed Media is a the latest exhibition at Haunch of Venison that explores contemporary sculpture through the works of nine different artists.
Lots on again. Here’s the FAD roundup (complete with map!) of our recommendations for what is going on across the… Read More
Image:Pino Pascali La vedova blu 1968 ‘…a multitude of soap bubbles which explode from time to time….’ Pino Pascali’s Final… Read More