Pallant House Gallery has announced a unique response to creativity during the coronavirus pandemic. The Gallery has commissioned a model art gallery that will feature original miniature artworks from over 30 leading contemporary British artists
A dozen artists from Europe and Asia inhabit ‘Super Flatland’ at White Conduit Projects. Some are there as an artistic strategy, either for aesthetic reasons or to generate confusion between what is 2D and what 3D.
Lights, notes, inflation and justice.
Michael Craig-Martin is almost as famous for his collection of writings ‘On Being An Artist’ as he is for his impeccably flat yet crisply sculptural drawing style.
Destruction of heritage, explosions of colour, Manga, dark matter, writing, moon meditation and giant headphones.
Gagosian is to present new works by Michael Craig-Martin. This is the first time his sculptures have been shown indoors, and the first time they have been exhibited as a group in London
Artworks by major contemporary British artists including Damien Hirst, Rachel Whiteread and Tracey Emin have been given a permanent home at Pallant House Gallery. The six works by Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Peter Blake, Rachel Whiteread, Gavin Turk and Michael Craig Martin are a gift to the Gallery from Frank and Lorna Dunphy under the Cultural Gifts Scheme.
Antony Gormley sculptures lurk under the promenade, Richard Woods invades town with huts for second-homers, while Bob and Roberta Smith treats local kids to art lessons. An eye-catching battle is raging at the Kent seaside between rich and poor, social decay and civic pride
Leading British contemporary artists collaborate with art advisor Lucy Meakin on Artsy online auction to raise funds for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Ah, the RA Summer show! People insist on assessing it as if it were an exhibition, when it is essentially an Art Fair: one without gallerists, but with the usual features of variable quality, too much to take in, and visual incoherence. As such, there will of course be plenty to annoy you, but you will also have, every now and again, one of the best fair experiences – you see a work, wonder who made it, are surprised to find it was x. But then you think yes, that makes sense as an extension of their practice.
Sculpture parks are a most agreeable way to combine the countryside’s freshening merits with the potential for positioning art advantageously. My Easter visit to the New Art Centre at Roche Court, illustrated that
Anglo-American Michael Craig-Martin, with his biliously cool outlined objects, and former East German dissident A R Penck, with his cipher stickmen, have two of the most instantly recognisable painting styles around. Both show to advantage currently.
Serpentine gallery, London
Whether he’s painting tape cassettes, Xbox controllers or iPhones, Craig-Martin’s odd, lurid objects don’t just show us the days we’ve lost – they glower back at us
The Fine Art Society is to present a major contemporary group exhibition marking the centenary of Duchamp’s readymade – a concept that challenged the very notion of art itself.
The Alan Cristea Gallery will present a solo exhibition of new work by Michael Craig-Martin.
It’s historical, yet inviting, unique yet accomadting. From cups of tea to a fancy cocktail, allow the newly refurbished walls of the Keeper’s house of the RA to help compliment your travels to central London. Beginning this Monday the 30th of September, the Keeper’s house of the Royal Academy invites all friends and art lovers of the public to come enjoy the ambiance and scenery of this newly renovated historical cornerstone.
As the international community flocks to London for the Olympic Games, Shizaru is delighted to host THIS IS LONDON, an exhibition featuring a cross section of contemporary art from London.
5,000 FREE LIMITED EDITION ARTWORKS TO CELEBRATE TRAFALGAR SQUARE SCULPTURE UNVEILING.
Major works by artists including Andy Warhol, Frank Stella and Bridget Riley go on show alongside paintings by emerging talents in a celebration of the complex genre of abstraction from the 1960s to now.
Image:Jenny Saville, Umbilical, 2011 27th September to 1st October 2011 Nadja Romain and Jenny Saville invite internationally renowned contemporary artists… Read More
The new Arts Council Collection touring exhibition Transmitter/Receiver traces some of the uses of collage in British art from the… Read More
Image:Poster from the last time London hosted the Olympics in 1948 Twelve artists including Tracey Emin, Martin Creed and Chris… Read More
The Save the Arts campaign is organised by the London branch of the Turning Point Network, a national consortium of over 2,000 arts organisations and artists dedicated to working together and finding new ways to support the arts in the UK.