Post-truth news read a bit like a Kafka novel: the Queen is now a man, mini-budgets topple macro-economics, you can’t have an oven-ready cake and heat it, even fools no longer know the price of everything. According to the holy grail of fact [Wikipedia], the absurd is that which lacks a sense, often because it involves some form of contradiction.
Work by over 30 international artists will be exhibited at Peckham 24, a three-day festival for international contemporary photography in South East London. Coinciding with Photo London, Peckham 24, now in its third year has rapidly become established as a key event in the capital’s photography calendar.
Art fairs have become ubiquitous in the landscape of the art market. Once you’ve seen one fair, you’ve seen them all: row upon makeshift row of booths desperate to stand out, populated by art that stirs a faint sense of déjà vu and expectant gallerists wielding bottles of champagne. And there’s always a throng of revellers who are there to be seen and those of us waving our press passes as if we matter to the whole circus. But START is different.
Ceri Hand Gallery are launching their inaugural annual Summer Fete at the gallery this Saturday featuring a spectacular table top sale with original art works for under £250, by over 50 artists.
New photography, photomontage, tapestry and sculpture are presented alongside a laboratory incubator in which will grow mutated human cells throughout the exhibition.
Screw Your Courage to the Sticking Place, explores the currents of change, unearthing the elements that come together to rupture boundaries and challenge opinion.
Awesome new gallery space opening tonight.
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.
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.
I love that we can ask this question – it just goes to show how open art is – there is so much scope, so much possibility, all boundaries are blurred and as artists we can do anything!
the shortlist of artists taking part in The Catlin Prize 2012 include: Gabriella Boyd, Poppy Bisdee, Jonny Briggs, Max Dovey, Ali Kazim, Adeline de Monseignat,, Soheila Sokhanvari and Julia Vogl.
ArtBelow are presenting ‘Art of Angel’, a transformation of the Angel Tube Station concourse into a public art gallery for the whole of this month.
The exhibition will run from 11-17 October 2011 New Sensations and The Future Can Will be presenting the largest ever… Read More
Image: 2010 Winner Nika Neelova Saatchi Gallery and Channel 4 are delighted to announce this year’s New Sensations Prize for… Read More