Today, Camden Art Centre and Frieze announce Tenant of Culture as the recipient of the 2020 Camden Art Centre Emerging Artist Prize with Frieze. Tenant of Culture, who is represented by Soft Opening, London, will realise a major exhibition at Camden Art Centre in 2022.
Cork Street Galleries has announced that Sadie Coles HQ, Lisson Gallery, Frieze Live and Stephen Friedman will take over gallery spaces on Cork Street and Old Burlington Street launching during Frieze week 2020. They will join Cork Street’s permanent roster of galleries to become the epicentre of cultural activity during London’s busiest art market month
Maggi Hambling: 2020 will be an exhibition of recent paintings coinciding with Hambling’s 75th Birthday, marking both a moment of looking in – a self-reckoning – as much as a commentary on the world, responding to the seismic events of the present.
UNTITLED, ART Online, in partnership with Artspace & Phaidon, announces the UNTITLED, ART Charitable Artist Edition featuring Genesis Tramaine
UNTITLED, ART has partnered with Artspace & Phaidon to launch the UNTITLED, ART Charitable Artist Edition, featuring an editioned work on paper by artist Genesis Tramaine entitled Black Woman University.
Part II of our conversation with curator Omar Kholeif explores how the exhibition’s currents of bombardment, misinformation, emotion, secrecy and surveillance have flowed into the strange space of “hiatus” shaped by the Covid-19 pandemic.
For the first time, the red border of TIME includes the names of people: 35 black men and women whose deaths, in many cases by police, were the result of systemic racism and helped fuel the rise of the Black Lives Matter movement.
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From May 23rd to August 14th, Perrotin have invited 26 Paris-based galleries to present a selection of work from their artists. Debuting in their Saint-Claude space, the exhibition will be comprised of four consecutive two-week-long presentations, with each one inclusive of six to seven independent galleries.
Sadler’s Wells today announced 20 landmark commissions to mark the 20th anniversary of its iconic London theatre.
Jeremy Shaw’s 2017 work Liminals is being exhibited at The Store on The Strand in an exhibition with König Galerie in partnership with The Vinyl Factory.
Hosted by the Austrian Cultural Forum in Knightsbridge Emotion + the Techn(no)body features nine international artists. Its purpose is to explore cultural relationships with data and the human body’s engagement with technology.
A new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum examines the history of racial persecution in the US while steering clear of explicit violence
The visionary historian, author of two dazzling bestsellers on the state of mankind, takes questions from Lucy Prebble, Arianna Huffington, Esther Rantzen and a selection of our readers
‘Feral Neighbours’ is Sanya Kantarovky’s first solo exhibition with Modern Art,
Inspired by a set of female nudist playing cards, which she found in her father’s drawer as a child, her most recent solo exhibition, ‘Joker of Solitaire’ while provocative, seemingly humorous, and often seductive, is inherently seeking to stimulate a dialogue around the history of the mythological and historical ‘trickster’.
Turner Contemporary presents Dwelling (Margate / Folkestone), the first public commission in England by Dutch artist Krijn de Koning.
Folkestone Triennial runs from 30th August – 2nd November 2014
Edinburgh Arts Festival opens today with 10 new art commissions dotted around the city