You can’t put everything on the increasingly central art medium of Instagram, as it’s censored. Specifically, any photographic image of genitals, naked buttocks or bare female breasts are out. The fact that it’s art isn’t held to make any difference, which has caused some annoyance.
Metal is a group exhibition of sculptures in metal produced between 1968 and 1990. The exhibition comprises works created by some of the most prominent and innovative artists of the twentieth century.
This weeks Top 7 includes: A shopping centre, virtual reality sculpture, mirrors, pillows, Suffragettes, breaking down and prison.
This Thursday London was ripe with previews. One of the most exciting was the opening of Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Scaffali at Simon Lee. I had seen the same works at Simon Lee New York last November but had missed the exciting energy an opening charges pieces with.
Brown’s London Art Weekend (3-5 July) helpfully drew attention to 100 galleries in Mayfair and St. James through special openings and events.
Pistoletto Politico, a solo show of works by Michelangelo Pistoletto, a pivotal figure in the development of the Arte Povera movement.
Michelangelo Pistoletto Solo Show at Luxembourg & Dayan London Opening reception: 11th February 2013
The exhibition will focus on works produced in the 1960’s and 1970’s, a time of turmoil in Italy, and will examine the ways in which these works reflect the volatile socio-political landscape.
Image:Michelangelo Pistoletto The Cubic Meter of Infinity in a Mirroring Cube 1966–2007 Mirror, neon lights, plaster 500 x 500 x… Read More
Image:Pino Pascali La vedova blu 1968 ‘…a multitude of soap bubbles which explode from time to time….’ Pino Pascali’s Final… Read More
Anna Barham, Replanted images 2008. Courtesy of the artist. Copyright: the artist Stutter, the latest exhibition in Tate Modern’s Level… Read More