Art critic Tabish Khan brings you ‘The Top Art Exhibitions to see in London’ this week they include Bullies, lights, China, spheres and Malcolm X.
A glass baby, pastel, opulence, chairs, tulips and dark paintings
“The Sheep are among the animals that people like most. It is gentle and calm. Since ancient times people have learned to use its fleece to make writing brushes and skin to keep warm. As it is white, people describe delicate and precious white jade to be ‘suet jade’.
Thus it is close to the meaning of good things.”
Clarks: Rebooted launches to celebrate the 65th Anniversary of the iconic Clarks Desert Boot in partnership with landmine removal charity The HALO Trust.
Clarks: Rebooted is a global artist initiative launched in London to celebrate the 65th Anniversary of the iconic Clarks Desert… Read More
Here Today… an art exhibition to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Here Today is an art exhibition, curated by Artwise, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
PREVIEW: ?Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme Present a Contemporary Charity Arts Exhibition @DBakerGallery
Idris Khan, Harland Miller & Polly Morgan donate artworks to Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme
Contemporary Charity Arts Exhibition at Darren Baker Gallery
Iavor Lubomirov and Bella Easton are artists who curate. As well as making and showing work, they regularly organise exhibitions and events and run the LUBOMIROV-EASTON project space.
City & Guilds of London Art School proudly presents its 2012 MA Fine Art Show. 17 students will show their work in the Georgian surroundings of the School’s historic site on the edge of Cleaver Square, minutes away from Kennington tube station.
Simon Oldfield is to present Courtship of the Peoples; a large group exhibition of works on paper that explore the pursuit of affection and the idea of personal correspondence.
Immortal Nature explores various realisations of the prophesised end of the world in the year 2012
Gordon Cheung Solo Show: The Light that Burns Twice as Bright at Alan Cristea Gallery Art Opening Tuesday 13th Sept 2011
New paintings, pyrographics and sculpture. Gordon Cheung’s artistic vision is fuelled by an anxious reflection on the current state of… Read More
Image:Sayaka Maruyama, Japan Avant Garde 8, 2010, C-type print on metallic paper, 20 x 16 cm To celebrate Their first… Read More
Image:Matthew Atkinson, Untitled, 230 x 150 cm Michael Ashcroft , Matthew Atkinson, Gordon Cheung, Sayshun Jay, Graham McNamara, David Northedge,… Read More
4 Dec 2009 – 31 Jan 2010 ROOM, London UK www.roomartspace.co.uk R O O M IS PLEASED TO PRESENT NEW… Read More
Harold de Bree, Gordon Cheung, Jana Gunstheimer, Luke Jackson, Monica Ursina Jäger, Mark McGowan, Hugh Mendes, Svein Møxvold In conjunction… Read More
FIFTHYEARS – FIVE YEARS CELEBRATION Sartorial Contemporary will be celebrating the launch of the new website with a show recalling… Read More
GORDON CHEUNG The Promised Land Opening Reception: Thursday, March 19, 2009, 6-8pm at Jack Shainman Gallery
March 19 – April 18, 2009 Promised Land –noun 1. Heaven. 2. Canaan, the land promised by God to Abraham… Read More
Galerie SchusterBerlin Heidestr.46-10557 Berlin and Gartenstr.7-10115 Berlin Private View: 27.02.2009 6-9pm Exhibition:27.02 – 25.04.2009 Founders of The Future Can Wait,… Read More
THE FUTURE CAN WAIT PRIVATE VIEW October 14th 6pm – 9pm PERFORMANCE 4pm – 6pm Daily T1 The Old Truman… Read More