Whale skeletons, live birds, Jesus in goal, North Korean propaganda, venomous creatures and a pink ceiling.
Christian Boltanski is probably the most important French artist working today this upcoming exhibition will mark the artist’s first solo presentation in London since 2010. Working in a variety of different mediums, Boltanski’s practice includes large-scale installations, photographs and sculpture.
For art at Christmas and New Year look no further than art critic Tabish Khan’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you. All are closing soon and it’s been expanded to six exhibitions, because there are so many closing:
For a limited time only, a John Baldessari pop-up shop will open at Marian Goodman Gallery London selling a variety of products related to the celebrated American conceptual artist.
This is Dublin and Paris based artist James Coleman’s first exhibition at Marian Goodman.
Paul Carey-Kent, What’s your ArtThing of 2015?
Animated busts, a lost river, rubber production, The feminist library plus images of hard hitting new stories from across the world.
This is Gabriel Orozco first exhibition since his 2011 retrospective at Tate Modern. He will present new paintings, scrolls, sculptures, drawings and photographs made over the last year in Japan and Mexico.
This week’s top 5 features taxidermy, animatronics, chickens, a major new gallery and emerging art.
In November 2011, Jerry Saltz announced on his Facebook page that he would pay anyone $155 to make him a fake Richter, Ryman, Flavin, Fontana, Duchamp, Hirst, Guyton, or Agnes Martin.
totally Hauser & Wirth it