‘Factory Reset’ is the debut solo exhibition by artist Duncan Poulton, with new work spanning digital collage, moving image, digital painting and installation.
The Art Newspaper reports that the property developer Knight Dragon plans to install Damien Hirst’s 18-metre-tall bronze sculpture Demon with… Read More
10 Questions from Isolation- This week’s guest is Huma Kabakci, independent Curator and Founding Director of Open Space. Kabakci completed an MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art, as well as a curatorial fellowship at the 2018 Liverpool Biennial
The lastest online exhibition at the artist-run gallery, 81 Leonard Gallery features new works by Méïr Srebriansky. ‘Age of Resin’ is a survey of the artist’s work in a new medium.
Connect – The Independent Art Fair inaugurates its second (Winter) edition this week, taking place at the Mall Galleries from 29th January.
Art breathes life into hotels.
Michelle Poonawalla reflects on our Desensitisation to violence in ‘Introspection’ – START Art Fair 2019
Michelle Poonawalla will present a large-scale work titled Introspection at the START Art Fair (Saatchi Gallery, London, 26-29th September).
Despite the fact that the world we live in has become more global in the last few decades, in a climate of rapidly encroaching geographical borders, with an increasing sense of fear and vulnerability to the unknown certain societies and communities are more dislocated and disjointed than ever. Marco Godoy (b.1986 Madrid) who currently has his second solo exhibition at Copperfield in London explores the relationship between images and ideology.
Marlborough’s Frieze exhibitions are Paula Rego – From Mind to Hand, Drawings from 1980 to 2001, and Antoine Catala – Everything is Okay: Season 2. they are must-see during Frieze week.
Anna Skladmann’s new art space to display its first project in collaboration with the Brazilian artist Goia Mujalli. Biribà will be at The Arcade Project, in the Whitelys Centre, until the 5th September.
Exactly 50 years today, Monday 9 July, the Hayward Gallery was opened by HM The Queen. To mark this special anniversary, the gallery is holding a series of commemorative events.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts presents a five-day convening of artists, academics and activists focused on contemporary Black feminist politics, examining the impossibility of Black women’s claims to womanhood and the new spaces that are created by a politics of refusal. Generating conversations across the diaspora and across generations, a range of thinkers and practitioners present a series of talks, workshops, film screenings and performance.
Modern Art are showing a solo exhibition of work by Collier Schorr. This is her 4th solo exhibition with the gallery.
Cult American artist, Kenny Scharf, the grandfather of Street Art, who alongside friends Haring and Basquiat founded the street art movement in 1980s New York with his surreal pop art murals, is to have his first UK exhibition for ten years in London.
Lucas Dupuy is a painter whose work bucks the current trends in abstract painting to create something strikingly original. His stark, brutalist-style paintings stand in contrast against the brightly coloured, ambiguously blobby, comic abstraction favoured by many painters of his generation.
Banksy’s original gallerist Steve Lazarides and his Lazinc co-founder Wissam Al Mana are going to exhibit an influential collection of Banksy’s most iconic images this summer.
In 2016 world-renowned curator Azu Nwagbogu invited James to show his 2014 ‘Wotsit All About’ series in Lagos, Nigeria. Naturally, Nwagbogu expected Ostrer to come along with his fetishised junk food portraits that had warned the west of over-consumption.
Inês Neto Dos Santos is a Portuguese artist who recently graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London. She has always demonstrated a keen interest in the relation between human beings and the elements surrounding their daily lives.