Today we hear from Tereza Cervenova, Slovakia-born photographer, now living and working in London (UK). She received her BA in Photography from Middlesex University in 2014 and her MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art, London in 2018.
String Theory, Pre-Raphaelites, a black eye, Sultans, fashion and bright lights.
A portrait of musician Florence Welch by photographer and director Tom Beard is on display at the National Portrait Gallery in their New Acquisitions exhibition.
Heston Blumenthal’s pubic hair, Da Vinci, Jews, the top deck of a bus, pillars, diamonds and wrinkles.
The National Portrait Gallery’s mixture of history, people and art can is currently at its strongest. The pay-for exhibition, of Cindy Sherman, is a convincing presentation of 40 years of self-images which includes some fascinating rarely-seen early works and new-to-Britain late works as well as her most seminal series, including all 70 ‘screen tests’.
This week art exhibitions include A giant hare, torture, black power, legs, brothers, textiles and dark nudes.
The Top 7 art exhibitions to see this week include Polyamory, Impressionism, a Porsche, drum majorettes, umbrellas, eruption and equality.
This week’s Top 7 includes:!Crotch grabs, an estate agent, towers, a melting collector, lightning, yoga and floating ships.
One of the works offered by Niels Borch Jensen Gallery that struck me was Tacita Dean’s Quarantania (2018) – a stunning work on seven panels depicting a mountain against a rusty pink graduated sky, reminiscent of Ed Ruscha.
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.
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Not 5 but 9 exhibitions to catch this week
This stunning exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery brings together two seemingly disparate female artists, their careers divided by more than seven decades, but with rather more in common aesthetically and philosophically than it would first appear.
Portrait of former director of National Portrait Gallery will be first big work by Close to enter public collection in UK
During what is now commonly referred to as ‘Frieze Week’ – such is the power of the art fair behemoth that is Frieze – the National Portrait Gallery have unveiled “Picasso Portraits”, and proven that the Modern Masters beat the young pretenders to the art world throne hands down.
You don’t think of William Eggleston as a portrait photographer. He is known for his colour shots of the everyday American South in the 60s and 70s – slow-time smalltown scenes with nothing in particular happening, buildings and signage, fields beyond the roadside. But..
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week.
Art Critic Tabish chooses five art exhibitions to keep you stimulated over the Christmas period ..
This week’s top 5 features volcanic lightning, refugees, Calder, coloured smoke and Indians of African descent.
This week’s top 6 features Canadian painting, war photography, social commentary, architecture, fracking and fragile sculpture
Portrait by Sir Thomas Lawrence was commissioned by society hostess Lady Jersey in 1829 and left unfinished following the artist’s death