Created within the socio-political cul de sac that is post-Brexit Britain, Pigeon Park pokes fun at the inherited hierarchies of the old order and asks the question of the role and relevance of art as a luxurious commodity in times of social prohibition and uncertainty.
This limited-edition print has been created by artist Jeremy Deller, in response to a request from Harry Burden and Emily… Read More
Plates are a rather convenient way to display art, somewhere between ceramic – for the most part, though metals are possible – and painting. Ceramics are in vogue anyway, and as functional objects go, plates are easy to display. In ascending order of price, here are three recent initiatives which have stepped up to the plate:
b+w is a group show at Paul Stolper Gallery, London that brings together artworks by Frank Auerbach, Peter Blake, Jimmy Cauty, Keith Coventry, Kevin Cummins, Jeremy Deller, Brian Eno, Susie Hamilton, Damien Hirst and Reece Jones.
‘ART on the Mind’ Contributing Artists Ian Davenport, Kristjana S Williams and Charming Baker talk to FAD
An impressive list of contemporary artists have generously donated to the 2nd ‘ART on the Mind’ exhibition to raise funds for Cardboard Citizens.
This summer, art world A-listers will take part in the second, annual ‘Art on the Mind’ exhibition and auction
This summer, art world A-listers will take part in the second, annual ‘Art on the Mind’ exhibition and auction, in aid of UK homeless charity Cardboard Citizens.
For her latest collection Wiltshire B4 Christ’ Sofia Prantera, Aries’ creative director and co-founder has collaborated with Jeremy Deller.
In news that is sure to thrill art collectors and vinyl enthusiasts the world over, the one-off works of art will be available to buy via an auction on Artsy. All proceeds will go towards mental health charity Mind. Bidding closes on 12th September at 21.00 GMT.
To celebrate the 70th anniversary one of the nation’s most loved institutions, the NHS, on 5 July 2018, seven leading international artists have produced limited-edition prints to raise funds to support some of London’s busiest hospitals.
Internationally acclaimed artists Francis Alÿs, Jeremy Deller, Robert Gober, Antony Gormley, Roni Horn, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Taryn Simon, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread are among the 37 artists who have given works to create a major new fund ARTISTS FOR ARTANGEL.
HENI Talks is a new website that brings fresh thinking on visual culture to a brand new global audience, goes live today.
The Towner’s zingy new exhibition is a shout out for the value of popular-minded art as an empowering force that transcends social class and taste.
Turner prize-winning artist says he hopes posters are self-explanatory – especially after Theresa May’s social care U-turn
The Hayward Gallery crosses the River Thames for its only major off-site exhibition during its two-year refurbishment.
The Hayward Gallery is crossing the River Thames to present The Infinite Mix the gallery’s only major off-site exhibition during its two-year refurbishment.
Giant smiley marks launch of year-long celebration of radical book, to take in everything from street art to fashion
COMING SOON: Rack ‘em up: a YBA Editions Exhibition: Hirst, Lucas, Turk, Coventry, Chapman, Landy, Wearing and More!
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.
Fifteen years ago a Soho warehouse hosted 50 art events in 50 weeks. Writers, architects and even milliners exhibited alongside both famous, and unknown, artists. As the project is revived for 2015, Nicholas Wroe talks to its curators about capturing the spirit of the times
The Royal College of Art’s renowned anonymous postcard exhibition goes global in 2015 with the launch of RCA Secret Dubai.
What better reason do you need therefore to hop on a train out of London and head for the south coast…?!
I did just this and was duly greeted by magnificent stormy skies and the distinct sights and sounds of seething regeneration.
I’m glad I went. It felt like a true moment in time…
Crate is to present collaborative show of new works by Jeremy Deller and Fraser Muggeridge.
Living Walls is a major new art project as part of the London Legacy Development Corporation’s Arts & Culture strategy,… Read More