Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see this month – this time they’re all located close to each other… Read More
Marlborough are to present Maggi Hambling in her first, and long overdue, exhibition in New York. Hambling has been a prominent and controversial figure in the United Kingdom for over fifty years and will be presenting here a significant body of work from the past decade.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London in December include Masculinity, wind chimes, pulsing lights, motherhood and lots of legs.
Marlborough is to present The Smiths, a group exhibition inspired by a typically stimulating and amusing conversation with the artist Maurizio Cattelan
As per his imagining, the show consists of over 30 artists with the surname Smith. It spans multiple generations, styles and mediums and includes artists that are both famous and some who are less familiar.
Marlborough has just announced its international unification of exhibition programming. The new Marlborough will replace the former model where Marlborough Contemporary, Marlborough Gallery, and Marlborough Fine Art operated independently and will streamline the multiple galleries’ operations into a unified program under the leadership of gallery president Max Levai.
From Actress to Art Dealer – Works from Pop Icon Holly Solomon’s Collection on View at Marlborough Contemporary
Injecting some 70’s downtown New York nostalgia into Mayfair, Marlborough Contemporary have opened a show of selected works from actress-turned-art-dealer Holly Solomon’s Post-War collection, curated by her son Thomas.
Marlborough Fine Art will present a retrospective of works by Victor Pasmore in February 2019, using as a point of departure his major 1965 Tate exhibition.
This week’s Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London include Environmental destruction, a prize, the placebo effect, light, war and perspective.
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.
The Top 8 Art events to visit this week include: Monet, The Kiss, Hitchcock, ice cream, a boudoir, femininity, a ruin and summer.
If you want fascinating early work in a two floor show by an established German painter – complete with umlaut – you have, surprisingly, two current choices: Markus Lüpertz (born 1941) at Michael Werner or Werner Büttner (born 1954) at Marlborough
Marlborough Fine Arts Gallery in London just dedicated its rooms to the explosive canvases of the British artist Hughie O’Donoghue in its new exhibition Scorched Earth.
A trippy tunnel, Bacon and Freud, Paris underground, contemporary Georgian and a starship trooper.
ShContemporary 08 – THE Asian Art Fair returns to the Shanghai Exhibition Center September 10th-13th
After a successful debut in 2007, ShContemporary returns to the spectacular Shanghai Exhibition Center from September 10th – 13th. This… Read More