A spinning Earth, a forest, bananas, portraits and riding up walls.
The Top 5 offline Art Exhibitions that you can now see Online includes Lights, health, mirrors, breasts and beauty.
A library celebrating immigrants, modern slavery, soap reliefs, an archive, giant heads, equal pay for women and lots of lights.
Floppy disks, attacking birds, the end of the world, seaside, fairies, landscapes and Fantasia.
Calder, Gothic architecture, female artists, Scottish painting and sweeping photography
Imprisonment, refugees, surrealist paintings, the moon and interactivity
This week’s top 9 features Impressionism, emerging art, particle physics, a fake gallery, Irish art, waves, monochrome, glass sculpture and textured paintings
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Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
“Before the accident I had full function of my wrist and of my fingers which I don’t have now. I used to paint in very fine detail and played it very safe, but now I am forced to execute bolder and more intense brush strokes with a deeper expressionistic approach than before. But what has not changed is the fact that I have to be involved in every step of the process of my paintings. ” Click to read more…
The work addresses a fantastical question: What might happen if a 50 year old man at the height of his powers as fine artist and painter, could finally animate the elaborate visions constructed by his 8-year old self.
The exhibition will also offer attendees a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to become part of art history by participating in the final Wonderful World composition, which will be shot entirely on-site at the Londonewcastle Project Space.
Blek Le Rat, the “Rat who gave birth to Banksy” returns to the UK for a remarkable solo exhibition at Opera Gallery London.