The National Gallery has announced that its first-ever Pay What You Wish scheme, launched as a response to the cost-of-living crisis, will continue as part of its major autumn exhibition The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Frans Hals
Evoking the curiosity of an avid art collector’s home, Shoreditch Arts Club will feature collaborations with local galleries and artists, a cinema programme, meeting rooms, seasonal menu, private dining and more.
This Wednesday, 6th April, from 6:30-8pm, the Tate Modern will present Jacob Satterwhite’s Birds in Paradise—a six-part, two-channel film installation—which will be followed by a conversation with… Read More
Radiohead vocalist Thom Yorke and artist Stanley Donwood first met in the 1980s as students at Exeter University and have created art together ever since. Donwood has created the cover art for all of Radiohead’s ground-breaking albums since The Bends in 1996.
Radio Presenter, DJ & Writer, Maria Hanlon chatted to Digital Artist and Radio Show Host Pritpal Ajimal ahead of his exhibition Lines #1 taking place this week (31st March-1st April) at Above the Clouds.
You Turn Me Inside Out, a solo show by Christopher Stead that has just opened at FOLD gallery. Christopher Stead works with hand-torn and found material, where matter is woven into spaces that invite a human presence, participation and play.
What results from urban planning, social practice, and a hunger for change? Theaster Gates at Richard Gray may be it. The latest exhibition from the Chicago based artist emphasised the intersection of fine art and social progression.
Ahead of the group show ‘Looking For U’ an exhibition exploring art in the digital age – we have managed to catch up briefly with one of the artists Philip Colbert. The exhibition opens tonight at The Unit London (a new 6,000 sqft gallery in Mayfair)