Demonic cartoon heads, rewriting American history, edible art, a hatching egg, adolescence, giant hands and hidden faces.
A temple, sweeping architecture, sculpture, female artists, a car park and empty buildings.
The Top 7 art exhibitions in London include Robots, street calligraphy, a hot wall, hands, layers and balls.
Polish Roma artist Krzysztof Gil’s ‘Welcome to the Country where the Gypsy Has Been Hunted’* was an interesting and unusual exhibition emerging from his parallel art practice and PhD research into how discrimination against the Roma took place much longer ago than we might suppose.
This week’s Top 7 Art shows to see in London include Gypsy hunting, a fallen star, animal traps, a lost city, mental health, Christmas and a toupe.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see includes: Peeling skin, humour, Plutonium, a Christmas tree, bodies, marble & water.
Optical illusions, step into the light, Picasso, immigration, singing stones, tea and life.
Giant legs, whales, trippy colours, yetis, Verdi, menstrual blood and broken cars.
Inside Outside: is a new body of work encompassing painting and sculpture by the British artist David Ben White. Absorbed within the language and aspirations of modernist architecture, design and art, White’s paintings and sculptures disrupt the self-enclosed logic of this prescriptive legacy through a subversion of its objects and spaces.
Monumental sculpture, landscapes, drawing, guns and beautiful birds
ART OPENING: Joanna Rajkowska PAINKILLERS “Modern warfare, healing systems and the practices of Western science”
At the centre of these troubling relationships is a new series produced especially for the exhibition. Painkillers II (2015) continues Rajkowska’s on-going interest in the paradoxical interrelation of military weapons and pharmaceuticals, whereby the artist makes casts from modern weapons and ‘weaponised’ objects out of resin and powdered analgesics.
This week’s top 5 features feathered sculptures, NASA photographs, Renaissance masterpieces, lots of tongue and a Stegosaurus.
London based artists Emma Hart and Jonathan Baldock’s first collaboration ‘SUCKERZ’ is a beautifully grotesque analysis of the absurdly ritualistic world of the dinner party
Politics, skater girls, hyper-realism, 3D sculpture and photography meets collage
The show, which encompasses installation, montage and photography is concerned with the production and representation of images within the field of photography, and will be displayed in a series of constructed spaces within the gallery.