This year’s Kensington + Chelsea Art Week will bring the Royal Borough to life with incredible public art during October. Highlights include the façade of the Coronet Theatre wrapped in embroidered poetry, empty retail spaces transformed with installations and colourful murals from local artists acknowledging Black Lives Matter, the COVID19 pandemic and paying tribute to the NHS. This vibrant festival is free and open to all.
Not every interesting show is at a ‘hot’ gallery. The current shows at Waterhouse & Dodd, better known for their secondary market activity, and Long & Ryle, who have a somewhat conservative roster, are cases in point.
This week’s top 5 features feathered sculptures, NASA photographs, Renaissance masterpieces, lots of tongue and a Stegosaurus.
The art of the Victorian age is not itself much in fashion, but heading back to it as a source to twist does seem to be
Group show: GHOSTS “How we live in the future” opening this Tuesday
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Art Biennials are great ways of getting around unfamiliar aspects of a city.
Following the success of Vanitas: the Transience of Earthly Pleasures and Metamorphosis: the Transformation of Being, presented during Frieze Art Fair in 2010 and 2012 respectively, All Visual Arts is pleased to announce its upcoming fall show entitled Viewing Room. Curated by Joe La Placa and Mark Sanders