Ryan Gander’s new exhibition for Lisson Gallery explores the relationship between our evolutionary past and the ways in which we live today in societies driven by capitalist growth, speed and progress.
A major exhibition of Yayoi Kusama’s inflatable sculptures forms a centrepiece of the Festival, the first work to be presented at Factory International’s new home, Aviva Studios.
At a recent General Assembly meeting, the Royal Academy of Arts elected three new Royal Academicians: Michael Armitage, in the… Read More
Flat Work is an exhibition by some of my favourite artists, confirmed by the fact that for one reason or another, I’m jealous of them all.
Lisson Gallery is to open a new space on Cork Street for six months. Launching during Frieze Week 2020
Ryan Gander will open Lisson Gallery’s new space in New York with an exhibition highlighting time as the new currency, reflecting on how – in an age of identity politics, selfie culture and an incessant need to shout the loudest – the focus of our time should be on the value of time itself.
SACRED THING: Launching Today: Online Platform for Limited Edition Sculpture by Contemporary Artists
This summer sees the launch of Sacred Thing, an online contemporary art concept store and peripatetic gallery that collaborates with artists to create limited edition sculptures.
Lisson Gallery are supplementing Art Basel virtual Rooms by inviting key Asian galleries to join together in a virtual walk-through, to help make the site interactive and appealing to audiences both regionally and globally.
Today, the Eden Project launched its new arts programme with the aim of furthering engagement and understanding of its mission.
We got down to Armory yesterday at 11am and within the first half hr a few of the galleries had already sold out so we think it’s going to be a good year for sales. We had to get to Rose Bakery at Dover Street Market for a late lunch so speed around pretty quickly but we still had time to pick 16 artists we think are worth you checking out our favourite space was probably Platform and the Canard Bar where you can read our sister publication Art of Conversation while drinking Champagne v cool.
The South London Gallery’s new annexe in a former Fire Station will open to the public on Saturday 22nd September with an exhibition titled KNOCK KNOCK. Curated by SLG Director Margot Heller in collaboration with artist Ryan Gander, the exhibition explores humour in contemporary art.
Feel good, hoodies, a breathing sculpture, lie down, wobbly London, combs, a bustling market and Italian glamour.
I did however spend an unsurprising amount of time in Mayfair as S2 opened the third and final component of Signals Reimagined, Levy Gorvy was irresistible in presenting two of my favourite artists in dialogue and Artangel took over Cork Street’s construction site for an incredible fund raising auction.
Snoopy, Charlie Brown and co. are heading to Somerset House in a cultural celebration of themselves! The world’s most influential comic strip
Internationally acclaimed artists Francis Alÿs, Jeremy Deller, Robert Gober, Antony Gormley, Roni Horn, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Taryn Simon, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread are among the 37 artists who have given works to create a major new fund ARTISTS FOR ARTANGEL.
Ryan Gander’s sixth exhibition with Lisson Gallery draws on notions of time and its passage. With a philosophical overture and a sharp existential focus, the exhibition illustrates the innate ability of all things, in both physics and the wider human context, to naturally self-right themselves.
A disembowelled teddy, headlines, shimmering, 3D and Cuba