Lisson Gallery has announced exclusive worldwide representation of American artist and filmmaker Garrett Bradley. Bradley works across narrative, documentary and experimental modes of filmmaking to address themes such as race, class, familial relationships, social justice and cultural histories in the United States.
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
Ryan Gander will open Lisson Gallery’s new space in New York with an exhibition highlighting time as the new currency, reflecting on how – in an age of identity politics, selfie culture and an incessant need to shout the loudest – the focus of our time should be on the value of time itself.
Money, as ever, is the root of this inequality. Just like a great portion of London’s upper middle classes have escaped to their country homes, the majority of mega-dealers have moved their operations online.
Lisson Gallery have announced a new partnership with Augment, an app whose proprietary technology allow you to visualise 3D objects and products in augmented reality through your smartphones or tablet in your own space.
Lisson Gallery are supplementing Art Basel virtual Rooms by inviting key Asian galleries to join together in a virtual walk-through, to help make the site interactive and appealing to audiences both regionally and globally.
A new exhibition of recent paintings and works on paper by New York based abstract painter Joanna Pousette-Dart
Lisson Gallery present an exhibition of recent paintings and works on paper by New York based abstract painter Joanna Pousette-Dart.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London include A 50th anniversary, dating and reframing history.
The Top 7 art exhibitions in London include Robots, street calligraphy, a hot wall, hands, layers and balls.
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.
For his tenth exhibition with Lisson Gallery, Dan Graham draws on his long-standing history working with music and performance to present a new stage-set design, alongside over-sized models, video and a courtyard pavilion, exploring the relationship between audience and performer.
Immortality, a maze, decapitated bodies, raw emotion, optical illusions, tar and Iran.
We managed to catch up with Alex Logsdail in New York during Armory week to talk Lisson in New York, Lisson 10th Avenue being one already and whats coming up in their 51st year..
Ryan Gander’s sixth exhibition with Lisson Gallery draws on notions of time and its passage. With a philosophical overture and a sharp existential focus, the exhibition illustrates the innate ability of all things, in both physics and the wider human context, to naturally self-right themselves.
‘Everything At Once’ aims to collapse half a century of artistic endeavour under one roof, while telescoping its original aims into an unknowable future.
Matadors, decaying ceramics, calligraphy, razor wire, a house on fire, a marble mattress and over 1000 works of art.
Lisson Gallery have joined forces with The Vinyl Factory for a major off-site show, ‘EVERYTHING AT ONCE’ which will utilise key aspects of Lisson Gallery’s past, present and future.
After the success of our last VIP guide to the Venice Biennale we have decided to do it again but of course with different people up first we have the dashing Alex Logsdail International Director of Lisson Gallery
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise… Read More