Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks five exhibitions to see in person now that galleries are opening again this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you
The solo exhibition ‘The Concept of History’ links Kennard’s work to the political thinking of Hannah Arendt through their shared belief that history is a construct managed and controlled by those in power.
Migrants, war, sex, feathers and stone.
Richard Saltoun Gallery has announced a 12-month programme of exhibitions dedicated to the writings of the political philosopher Hannah Arendt
Launching in January 2021, On Hannah Arendt will be organised around eight exhibitions that seek to explore the questions put forth in the eight chapters of Arendt’s book Between Past and Future: Eight Exercises in Political Thought featuring over 20 international artists.
Image:Rudolf Reiber 4th November- 17th December Contemporary artist Andrew Curtis turns curator this Autumn. The exhibition, entitled Your Garden is… Read More
4th November – 17th December Rupert Ackroyd, Peter Blake, Leon Chew, Nicky Coutts, Greg Day, David Gates, Sarah Hardacre, Gerard… Read More
TRANSMITTER / RECEIVER The Persistence of Collage A new touring exhibition from the Arts Council Collection Opening Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) 22nd July – 6th November 2011
The new Arts Council Collection touring exhibition Transmitter/Receiver traces some of the uses of collage in British art from the… Read More
http://signsofrevolt.net Free beer this Friday! From 6pm at the Truman Brewery: Signs of Revolt Creative Resistance and Social Movements since… Read More