A New Spirit Then, A New Spirit Now, 1981-2018. Curated by Norman Rosenthal, this exhibition reconstructs and reinterprets A New Spirit in Painting, a seminal presentation of 20th-century painting at the Royal Academy of Arts in London co-curated by Rosenthal with Nicholas Serota and Christos Joachimides in 1981.
Nicholas Serota in conversation with Peter Doig and a croissant …….. Who could pass up an opportunity to hear such an established artist talking about their work?
Tate will announce details of the works that have been acquired at this year’s Frieze Art Fair through the Outset/Frieze… Read More
Tate and Bloomberg combine forces to launch new creative space which allows visitors to leave their own interpretive mark!
Yet another example of how the virtual and physical realms are becoming more intertwined on a diurnal basis! Now, with the help of Bloomberg Connects, Tate’s collection will be used to stimulate a conversation between Tate and its visitors by using the Bloomberg-supported digital space as a fresh canvas for creativity. With over 75 digital screens and corresponding digital drawing bars, visitors will become participants and co-creators, exchanging ideas, images and experiences.
Magazine’s survey of most important figures in contemporary art dominated by visionaries – and dealers for super-rich
Image:Erik Bendix, “Humpback Whale and Sketchy Moose”, oil paint on canvas. Words MATTHEW MILES On the ‘wrong side’ of the… Read More
Damien Hirst has lost his touch and Nicholas Serota is a hero, says the famously secretive Charles Saatchi in a… Read More