GIANT, a brand-new artist-run space in Bournemouth, launches with its inaugural exhibition: CRASH. Dedicated to presenting challenging works by seminal international contemporary artists
A series of face coverings with uplifting designs by acclaimed artist Ron Arad RA have been released for for the “Smile for our Carers” campaign to raise funds for frontline workers. They are available to buy on Amazon.
Ron Arad’s first solo exhibition with Ben Brown ‘Summer Exhibition’ is the culmination of Arad’s most recent work, showcasing the artist’s constant experimentation with the boundaries of materials, spanning sculpture, hand-crafted studio pieces and industrial design, ,
Piston Head – Artists Engage the Automobile
It’s historical, yet inviting, unique yet accomadting. From cups of tea to a fancy cocktail, allow the newly refurbished walls of the Keeper’s house of the RA to help compliment your travels to central London. Beginning this Monday the 30th of September, the Keeper’s house of the Royal Academy invites all friends and art lovers of the public to come enjoy the ambiance and scenery of this newly renovated historical cornerstone.
Ahead of the launch of its not for profit members’ club in autumn 2013, The House of St Barnabas presents a series of events and conversations in their beautiful chapel this spring..
In 1837, the Government School of Design opened in Somerset House on the Strand in London: the world’s first, publicly funded design school. 175 years later and now known as the Royal College of Art, it is the world’s oldest art and design university in continuous operation.
Curtain Call Roundhouse Chalk Farm Road Mat Collishaw has collaborated with architect and designer Ron Arad to create a monumental,… Read More
As part of Bloomberg Summer at the Roundhouse, internationally renowned artist, architect and designer, Ron Arad has invited his favourite… Read More
The winner of the Zabludowicz Collection Future Map Prize 2010 will be announced at 7:30 pm London’s favourite annual exhibition of graduating artists and designers from the University of the Arts London returns with a show packed with performance, participation, sculpture and installation.
On Thursday 6 May the Barbican Centre hosted an evening of fantasy and imagination in the form of a whimsical Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
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www.timothytaylorgallery.com Ron Arad in conversation with Antony Gormley Wednesday 29 April 2009, 7pm Timothy Taylor Gallery is delighted to present… Read More
Timothy Taylor Gallery is delighted to present works by celebrated architect and designer Ron Arad. This marks the first show… Read More