In her first solo exhibition with Sadie Coles HQ, Yu Ji presents an array of new and recent works that… Read More
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his top exhibitions to see in Mayfair and St. James’s – all closing soon. Each one comes… Read More
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his top exhibitions to see right now, this time the focus is on painting. Each one comes… Read More
Landscapes, seas, flowers and architecture.
Alex Da Corte’s upcoming solo exhibition, Helter Shelter or: The Red Show! or…, opens at Sadie Coles HQ this Saturday 31st October 2020, 11am-6pm.
SCHQ Electric presents John Bock’s 2017 feature-length film Hell’s Bells. Starring leading German actors including Bibiana Beglau, Lars Eidinger, Laurenz Leky and Frank Seppeler, the work transforms the genre of the ‘Western’ into a gothic melodramatic and meandering story of horror and romance, populated by allegorical characters.
SCHQ Electric presents Helen Marten’s Orchids, or a hemispherical bottom, 2013. The digitally animated video forms the focal point of an eponymously titled room-sized installation, conceived of for the 55th Venice Biennale.
The Top 5 Online only Exhibitions include: Stardom, dancing, power, faces and layers.
The Top 5 offline Art Exhibitions that you can now see Online includes Lights, health, mirrors, breasts and beauty.
The exhibition HONEY PIE will consist of five sculptures made from stuffed tights and found objects, alongside an equal number of works in bronze and concrete.
In his latest exhibition, Jim Lambie presents a body of work – spanning sculpture, video and installation – that expands his distinctive visual language into various new registers and forms.
Urs Fischer, Untitled, 2018 © Urs Fischer. Courtesy of the artist This is the first time I have seen the… Read More
Since its launch in 2016 Condo has expanded to New York, Mexico City and Shanghai. For its third London edition Condo 2018 will feature 46 galleries across 17 spaces.
In her first exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, Kati Heck presents a group of six new paintings, alongside two smaller portraits and a video sculpture.
Blood, sex, robots, comedy, lights, paint and video games.
DRAF are selling their Camden art space after being in residence for 10 years. Their final, 10th anniversary exhibition, (X) A Fantasy opens in September.
Frieze Sculpture will open from 5 July to 8 October, presenting a free out- door exhibition for London and its… Read More
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise… Read More
Art isn’t practical — technology is. The mixture of the two — the intuitive and the practical — has been a popular topic at Art Basel Hong Kong this year.
An interactive waterfall, a colourful corridor, plasticine kiss, a group show and East meets West.
Condo 2017 a collaborative exhibition by 36 galleries across 15 London spaces
In his sixth exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ, John Currin presents a group of five new paintings.
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?
In fact, I can’t think of the equivalent heterosexual male practitioner – is that just too tricky a position to take, too likely to descend into cliché?