Migrate Art presents ‘Scorched Earth’ a charity auction and exhibition of new works by leading artists, organised in direct response to the widespread deliberate destruction of crop fields in Iraq. The participating artists have created new works using paint pigmented with ash collected by Migrate Art from land scorched by these fires.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London include A 50th anniversary, dating and reframing history.
Richard Deacon presents his eleventh exhibition with Lisson Gallery, showing works incorporating steel, ceramics, clay, bent wood and ink on paper that evoke different senses – from memory and touch, to sight and movement.
Leading British contemporary artists collaborate with art advisor Lucy Meakin on Artsy online auction to raise funds for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
We love Richard Deacon’s sculpture Never Mind. Never Mind was first acquired by Antwerp’s Middelheim Museum in 1993.
Next Week: Art & Language, Tony Cragg, Angela de la Cruz, Richard Deacon, Ceal Floyer, Ryan Gander, Shirazeh Houshiary, Peter Joseph, Anish Kapoor, John Latham, Richard Long, Jason Martin, Haroon Mirza, Jonathan Monk, Julian Opie, Richard Wentworth
In advance of its 50th anniversary in 2017, the Lisson Gallery is staging a retrofuturistic survey of historical and contemporary British sculpture and installation that questions where the lines of time, influence and artistic inspiration could be drawn or where they might ultimately lead.
Tate highlights for the 2014 programme will include major exhibitions from: Henri Matisse, Piet Mondrian, JMW Turner, Richard Hamilton and Kazimir Malevich.
TWENTYEIGHT FINGERS has been realised by Joanna Brown after the idea cropped up in a conversation with five fellow fine arts masters students from the University of Leeds in 2007. It has resulted in a collection of 28 bronze casts of the index fingers of significant creative figures of our time.
Richard Deacon, Red Republic , 2010, Glazed ceramic, © the artist; Courtesy, Lisson Gallery, London Lisson Gallery presents a programme… Read More
The Save the Arts campaign is organised by the London branch of the Turning Point Network, a national consortium of over 2,000 arts organisations and artists dedicated to working together and finding new ways to support the arts in the UK.