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
This February marks twenty years since one of the most remarkable artworks Artangel has commissioned, Michael Landy’s Break Down, took place in… Read More
#ScarfUp and keep out the cold is the message from Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s official charity CW+ and a group of contemporary artists
This week’s Top 7 art exhibitions to see include: Nocturnal London, black and white, lumpy portraits, corporate culture, celebrating women, crushed art and unorthodox furniture.
I’m not sure one could claim that the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (12 June – 19 Aug) is now cool. But in its 250th anniversary year it is no longer so uncool that it is simply ignored. Instead, it is ripe for being subverted.
Internationally acclaimed artists Francis Alÿs, Jeremy Deller, Robert Gober, Antony Gormley, Roni Horn, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Taryn Simon, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread are among the 37 artists who have given works to create a major new fund ARTISTS FOR ARTANGEL.
A disembowelled teddy, headlines, shimmering, 3D and Cuba
Rack ‘em up: British Contemporary Editions, 1990 – 2000 focusses on editions produced by the so-called YBA generation of artists. The survey, the first of its kind ever staged, brings together works by all of the leading figures of the period, including Keith Coventry, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas and Gavin Turk, and seeks to capture the irreverent and exuberant flavour of the era.
Many artists have experimented with painting and drawing machines: Jean Tinguely, Rebecca Horn, Richard Jackson and Angela Bulloch come to mind. On the other hand, Robert Rauschenberg’s ‘Erased de Kooning’ is a seminal piece of hard manual labour.
Every Monday Tabish Khan brings you five exhibitions that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether its for you.
A major retrospective of London-based artist Michael Landy’s works on paper
Saints are more often associated with traditional sacred art than with contemporary work, but Michael Landy, current Rootstein Hopkins Associate Artist in residence at the National Gallery, has been inspired to revisit the subject for this exhibition.
Martini’s paintings go on show at the National Gallery to celebrate the Barber Institute’s 80th birthday, and Gerhard Richter sets a world record – all in your weekly art roundup
Decapitations, tooth-pullings, chargrillings … the lurid deaths of saints in paintings were what caught Michael Landy’s eye when he took over as artist-in-residence at the National Gallery. Charlotte Higgins visits his studio to play with his mechanised martyrs
Tarren McCallan: Get Your Art On FAD #11
The importance of the print in British art couldn’t be better illustrated than it is today when some of the most significant contemporary painters and sculptors, are also the most exciting printmakers.
Quick chat with Michael Landy at Frieze Art Fair 2011 talking about his Credit Card Eating Machine.
A new work by artist Michael Landy, All my lines in the palm of your hand, the latest artist commission… Read More
Londonewcastle Depot, London
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.
Louis Vuitton has commissioned UK artist Michael Landy to create a crazy new work for their flagship Bond St store… Read More
Louis Vuitton has just announced the launch of the Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project, an unprecedented partnership between Louis Vuitton and five of London’s leading art institutions:
Featuring an Auction of a special collection of work generously donated to the Charity Auction by Jake and Dinos Chapman,… Read More