Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite painting exhibitions to see in London. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
London Gallery Weekend kicks off this Friday, May 13th, with hundreds of special events and exhibitions taking place across London. To help you navigate we asked Hector Campbell, writer, curator and author of the weekly emerging art newsletter ‘The Shock of the Now’, to select his top choices from London’s selection of small to mid-size galleries.
Proudick is the first collaborative exhibition of artists and friends Paloma Proudfoot and Lindsey Mendick. Drawing from the tradition of celebrity-couple portmanteaus, the artists have rebranded themselves as Proudick for the duration of the exhibition.
See 10 new large drawings made by James Capper as he fabricates the first WALKING BOAT sculpture MUDSKIPPER which will be shown and launched in London in the spring of 2019.
Due to unprecedented interest, their solo shows have been extended to 30th November so hurry over to Peckham to see James Capper’s EARTH MARKING EXPEDITION: Film, Mobile Sculpture, Component Parts and Shaun McDowell’s Navigator – new paintings from the studio in Redhill.
Included in the show is the video installation The Consumptive Sublime, which depicts a series of flowers that falter under an intense ray of light.
Marcus Kleinfeld is interested in systems of power, both political and psychological, and how such systems govern the landscape of our everyday environment in an increasingly globalised world.
Nick Jeffrey & Capitol K present Cumbia Meltdown at Hannah Barry Monday 23rd July 6.30pm New Bond Street
Nick Jeffrey has invited the musician Capitol K to produce a live soundwork in conjunction with his current exhibiton of new work ‘Youth’.
Shizaru Gallery Presents: THIS IS LONDON a group show of 46 Artists Opening Wednesday 25th July 2012
As the international community flocks to London for the Olympic Games, Shizaru is delighted to host THIS IS LONDON, an exhibition featuring a cross section of contemporary art from London.
London Art Fair announces the 29 galleries taking part in Art Projects, the Fair’s curated showcase.
19th May – 16th June 2011 Nathan Cash Davidson has youth on his side and his energetic vaulting from oil… Read More