Originally conceived in 2019 by Will Fowler, BFI National Archive curator for artists’ moving image, as a semi-regular counter-point to… Read More
Created within the socio-political cul de sac that is post-Brexit Britain, Pigeon Park pokes fun at the inherited hierarchies of the old order and asks the question of the role and relevance of art as a luxurious commodity in times of social prohibition and uncertainty.
Art Night, London’s favourite contemporary art festival, will celebrate its fifth edition by taking place in 10 locations across the United Kingdom for the first time this summer.
I like it when you can track an artist’s development through their own account…
Clare Price hasn’t followed a conventional path:
This autumn, Tate Britain will present O’ Magic Power of Bleakness, an ambitious large-scale exhibition by Turner Prize winning artist Mark Leckey.
30 years after the second Summer of Love, rave culture’s influence still looms large in music, fashion, art and culture….
This year’s edition of Unlimited will consist of 71 large-scale projects, presented by galleries participating in the fair. Curated for the seventh consecutive year by Gianni Jetzer, the sector will feature a wide range of presentations, from seminal pieces from the past to work created especially for Art Basel.
The Towner’s zingy new exhibition is a shout out for the value of popular-minded art as an empowering force that transcends social class and taste.
There is a ghostly nostalgia to Mark Leckey’s current show at Cubitt gallery. His latest self analytical exploits arrive in the wake of an extensive survey exhibition, at MoMA PS1 late last year, and revert back to a smaller scale extension in to his exploration of memory and skewed reality.
It’s not news that 2016 was a turbulent year, but it was also a very creative year, so we asked the FAD team to pick some of their brightest art moments of 2016. Here is Part TWO of those picks.
MoMA PS1 are presenting the first comprehensive U.S. survey of the pioneering British artist Mark Leckey and the largest exhibition of his work to date.
Previously I looked at how our gaze if affect by viewing digital exhibition. How does technological mediation alter our perception and interaction with digital art? With touch screens our interaction with online exhibition becomes haptic.
The ninth edition of the Liverpool Biennial takes place in a period of upheaval and uncertainty. What became clear at the opening speeches taking place at Tate Liverpool, is that the city is determined to ride the waves, whatever happens.
Mark Leckey is coming home for Liverpool Biennial 2016
Mark Leckey’s work is so important.
Today at London Art Fair, The Catlin Guide New Artists 2015 is Launched and so FAD is showcasing some of the Artists Featured here we have:
From December 3rd through 7th, 2014, Art Basel’s Film sector will include over 80 films and videos. Outdoor Screenings are… Read More
As part of the Hayward Touring Exibition, ‘All That is Solid Melts into Air’ takes a personal look at the impact of the Industrial Revolution on British popular culture, and its persisting influence on our lives today. The exhibition combines contemporary music, film and photography with a vast range of 19th century images and objects.
“I think the driving force behind creativity is the promise of eventual demise, and it is in the face of this that we keep creating.”
Exhibition to feature James Richards, Ed Atkins and Helen Marten, as well as better-known names including Sarah Lucas
The Hayward Gallery’s Wide Open School will be turning the space into an unusual experiment of public learning this June and July. Its programme of courses are devised and delivered by over 100 artists from approximately 40 different countries.
Simon Denny, Those who don’t change will be switched off, 2012. Digital collage from transmission switchover advertising Remote Control surveys… Read More
The Turner prize-winner’s Serpentine Gallery show sounds great on paper but is full of lumbering inanities
Mark Leckey will be giving a talk at 2pm on Saturday January 22 at Jasper & Harry’s Tate Modern. Mark… Read More