Branch Arts have launched Introducing… an innovative new online platform featuring solo artist presentations. Hosted online and launching this month these Featured Artists pages will include a collection of new works for sale as well as providing behind-the-scenes access to artists’ studios and highlighting the charitable causes that motivate Branch Arts and their collaborators.
Maggi Hambling: 2020 will be an exhibition of recent paintings coinciding with Hambling’s 75th Birthday, marking both a moment of looking in – a self-reckoning – as much as a commentary on the world, responding to the seismic events of the present.
Sarabande Foundation have announced an in-conversation with Ai-Da, the world’s first ultra-realistic robot artist and Tim Marlow, the Artistic Director of the Royal Academy for Sarabande’s last talk of the year in their acclaimed Inspiration Series.
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.
The Quick and the Dead is an exhibition of five ground-breaking artists – each radically different in their approach – whose lives have intersected at various points.
Opening this week are two exhibitions of British artist Cedric Morris (1889–1982), at the Garden Museum and Philip Mould & Company. The Garden Museum will stage the first museum show of the artist’s work in over 30 years.
Unique collection of classic 1st editions with original dust-jackets created by leading artists and Designers Auctioned to Benefit House of Illustration.
This December, Sotheby’s London will offer a collection of 33 first editions of classic books, each with a beautifully original dust-jacket, created and generously donated by leading artists and designers to benefit House of Illustration.
New exhibition exploring influence of Michael Jackson on contemporary art to open in London and Paris.
A New landmark exhibition exploring how Michael Jackson inspired some of the leading names in contemporary art is going to open at The National Portrait Gallery
Artist Trish Wylie is best known for her cinematic canvases inspired by iconic Western movies
Lee Sharrock talks to Trish about her work and new exhibition.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week.
International household names including Grayson Perry, Maggie Hambling, Oliver Jeffers, Peter Blake, Harland Miller, Gilbert & George and a host of Royal Academicians such as Ken Howard RA, Mick Rooney RA, John Wragg RA, Rebecca Salter RA, Paul Huxley RA and Steven Farthing RA, as well as emerging talent are within the 400 plus postcard sized artworks up for auction.
This week’s top 9 features Impressionism, emerging art, particle physics, a fake gallery, Irish art, waves, monochrome, glass sculpture and textured paintings
Twelve leading artists have created unique artworks, each featuring a 1:18 scale replica of the iconic Rolls-Royce Ghost, for a one-of-a-kind collection.
This week’s top 6 features Henry Moore, beautiful birds, an organic calendar, a minotaur, voyages to the Arctic and surrealism
This weeks top 5 features architectural photography, Rembrandt, Constable, witches and crashing waves.
Ever since Tracey Emin said that it is impossible for a woman to have children and be a great artist, female artists have received attention in the male-dominated artworld.
Unicef UK announced yesterday that 35 world-renowned artists have donated artworks to their first ever contemporary art auction, SyriART, which will raise vital funds to help protect Syrian children from danger.
Alongside her commitment to the painted image, Halls’ work is characterised by curiosity for key cultural trends.