The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see iN London include Horses, hands, penises, London, zombies and miniatures.
Statuesque horses appear half-hidden in thick swathes of colourful fabric while canvases of painted hands reach through backgrounds of vibrant flora. Bringing together the sculptural work of London-based artist Richard Stone and Spanish artist Lorena García Mateu’s paintings, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery presents A Splendour Among Shadows, a timely exploration of sensuality and artistic representation.
The latest group show at Kristin Hjellegjerde brings together the work of 16 artists who are exploring portraiture through their different mediums.
This weeks Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London includes: History, teeth, meditation, beauty, Campari, theatre and flowers.
Abstract colour, a decaying painting, food porn, sculpture, technology meets history, cinematic photography, watercolours and crab coffins.
This week’s top 5 includes Greek nudes, social media, architecture, graceful curves and bronze.
A Year of art in review
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.
‘gleam’ deconstructs and reconstructs art history, from 19th-century Romanticism through to heroic realism, modernist sculpture, expressionism and abstract expressionism, presenting us with glints of the past as well as brilliant flashes of light, a time of transition and transformation.
An unavoidable dichotomy inhabits the term ruins. Ruins capture our imaginations through their inescapable structural disintegration, but it is their seductive, transformative power that lies at the heart of our fascination.
Tonight FAD is out on the town and we are going to be visiting three very different but equaling interesting shows , so if you see us say hello.
Richard Stone the end of england SOLO EXHIBITION at Galleries Goldstein Private view Thursday 8 November 2012
At the end of england, memory is the only reality and objects are the only trace of what has been lost.
Beers.Lambert is proud to be 1 of 6 galleries invited to participate in the prestigious Joze Art Fair at the remarkable new gallery situated in the recently restored Battersea College Library in Southwest London.
Curated by Helen Edwards and Infinity Bunce in conjunction with East End Arts Club “When spider webs unite, they can… Read More
Russell Chater, Helen Scalway, Richard Stone place this this place at The Old Ship Gallery PV 4th September
5 – 15 September 2009 The Old Ship Gallery: This public house turned private home and public gallery sees three… Read More
The Noise of Art’ at east end arts clubThurs 3rd-20th Sept 2009 Curated by Infinity Bunce and Helen EdwardsAll aritsts… Read More
Drench / Absorb, two opposites both Mental and Physical. Oblong gallery, 6pm-9pm, 69A Southgate Road, N1 3JS. Curated by Amelia… Read More