Paper rains down, sculpture, landscapes, auras, nature and marble.
Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
Through a frenzy of colours and symbols that are chiselled, burnt and painted onto panels of wood, Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
It’s obvious enough that this year’s graduates have missed out on the traditional benefits of a degree show. But the Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery has teamed up with the Saatchi Gallery to do something about it by facilitating students to curate a ‘best of ‘ selection through an open call to all those graduating this year.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see iN London include Horses, hands, penises, London, zombies and miniatures.
The latest group show at Kristin Hjellegjerde brings together the work of 16 artists who are exploring portraiture through their different mediums.
A giant peanut with a blue face and red lips resides as a deity over a vibrant world of cartoon-like creatures.
For her solo show at Kristin Hjellegjerde’s gallery in London Bridge, Ana Barriga presents a new series of imaginative paintings that visualise everyday life in the peanut community.
Demonic cartoon heads, rewriting American history, edible art, a hatching egg, adolescence, giant hands and hidden faces.
Apocalypse by the Greek definition of the word means a revelation or an unveiling of things not previously known. Driven by this concept, London-based artist James Ostrer’s latest body of work presents a powerfully intimate portrait of his evolving state of consciousness.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London include Science fiction, Pikachu, skinning buildings, a hairy mannequin, tribal statues, Trump and Chernobyl.
This week’s Top 7 art exhibitions to see include: Nocturnal London, black and white, lumpy portraits, corporate culture, celebrating women, crushed art and unorthodox furniture.
Birds, Roombas, natural sculptures, jigsaws, migrants, a Youtube tutorial and cow horns.
How do artists respond when they see their world transformed through painful history and political cataclysm?
In the exhibition Kubatana two Harare-born artists, Takunda Regis Billiat and Gresham Tapiwa Nyaude, reflect upon life in Zimbabwe. Life after Mugabe..
Kristin Hjellegjerde is opening a new new gallery space in Berlin, located on Linienstraße 130 in Mitte. The gallery will open with a two-artist exhibition on the 26th of April 2018 and will also mark the Gallery’s 6th year anniversary.
This weeks Top 7 art exhibitions to visit contain: Burnt wood, young models, sexual violence, lips, detailed drawings and migration.