John Lennon Rolls-Royce Phantom V comes to London for 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Rolls-Royce are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band by bringing John Lennon’s Rolls-Royce ‘Phantom V’, back to london.
Melbourne Art Foundation chair says the board, whose decision to cancel was unanimous, had no intention of putting on an ‘affordable, mediocre’ fair
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will present the first public showing of Isaac Julien’s new work Stones Against Diamonds during Art Basel in Basel, 2015.
Twelve leading artists have created unique artworks, each featuring a 1:18 scale replica of the iconic Rolls-Royce Ghost, for a one-of-a-kind collection.
There’s an awful lot of fretting about the state of the world in the Biennale’s 88 national pavilions, but little power, wit or bravado
As part of the Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Arts Programme, a new installation by Brazilian artist Ana Maria Tavares will be presented in the BMW Haus am Kurfürstendamm, Berlin.
The manufacturer of the Airlander 10 is looking for investors to follow in the footsteps of Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson and the US military
If you are anything like me you may find the possibility of having to visit an art fair a slightly jarring prospect. These brightly lit trade fairs, where gallerists fawn over collectors in hope of a whiff of their filthy lucre, have more in common with a Rolls Royce dealership than they have with the experience of viewing art in a gallery
The Art of Protest’ takes place at The Hospital Club in London today Thursday 30th October.
British artist, musician and anarchist, James Cauty has distinguished himself as a radical voice of dissent, producing work that draws on and subverts contemporary culture, across a career that has been spent breaking the rules.
One of the coolest items in the sale is Cygan, a giant robot made in 1957
In these new works Joseph Badalov develops the theme of the Siren, a mystical creature in female form who suffers and raves in the ruins of the real world, wastes away in the darkness of night and tries to reach us through the looking-glass.
The effects in Badalov’s work are the result of experiments using mirrors, lenses, polythene sheeting, sand and flame. These unusual technical decisions allow him to achieve uniquely expressive images which are not in any way altered using computer editing.
PREVIEW: Strawberries and no Cream: Ceau?escu’s 1978 visit to London 71 hours and 30 minutes in and out of Her Majesty’s carriages .
Florin Ungureanu offers us a detailed account of Ceau?escu’s 1978 visit to London, transforming a historical chronicle into a new narrative on how political and economic considerations may often take precedence over human rights.
86 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3JL A free week long program of multi-disciplined arts discussing art as a luxury… Read More