Cork Street Galleries has announced that Sadie Coles HQ, Lisson Gallery, Frieze Live and Stephen Friedman will take over gallery spaces on Cork Street and Old Burlington Street launching during Frieze week 2020. They will join Cork Street’s permanent roster of galleries to become the epicentre of cultural activity during London’s busiest art market month
Frieze Sculpture will open from 5 July to 8 October, presenting a free out- door exhibition for London and its… Read More
The London art scene is massive and overwhelming. Out of hundreds of galleries and thousand of people who work in them, how do you know where to go and who to listen to?
The programme for Liverpool Biennial 2016, the largest contemporary art festival in the UK, running from 9th July to 16th October 2016, was announced today by Sally Tallant, Director of Liverpool Biennial.
Sarah Lucas’s Father Time (2011) is one of her largest sculptures to date.
Sadie Coles opens her new space at 1 Davies street tonight
At this point in Frieze – that’s three days in for paupers, and five days for the elite – it is customary to begin to round up the highlights and to deliver a critical judgement.
An Art Fair , a book fair and some great openings the week ahead in art ..
Discover Brown’s London Art Weekend’s programme of talks, art tours, recommended walks and the Artists menu at HIX Mayfair from today
SCREAM DADDIO is the new book documenting Sarah Lucas’s exhibition at the British Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015.
I thought a bit about whether I’m a feminist, as it’s something that often comes up. It will certainly be… Read More
Both counter the expectation that money is paid for skilful product of the painter’s hand:
Top 5 openings/launches for today…
Wilhelm Sasnal’s 2015 exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ brings together an extensive series of new paintings. Diverse in size and subject, the works at once bear witness to everyday life and to far-flung moments from history, mediating between realism and fantasy, figuration and quixotic decorativeness.
My overriding impression of Day One is that Frieze is more serious this year