Our most-read posts of 2022 list is rich in stories that feature women and we are so here for it and what it says about the well-overdue evolution of the artworld.
Here are eight museum exhibitions we are looking forward to in 2023
Tate today announces its programme of exhibitions for 2023. Two ground-breaking figures in modern art, Hilma af Klint and Piet Mondrian,… Read More
From Carolee Schneemann’s Meat Joy (1964) and Cindy Sherman’s Untitled #175 (1987) to Sarah Lucas’ Self-Portrait with Fried Eggs (1996),… Read More
In a fair the size of FIAC – 215 galleries, normally in Paris in October but also online in March this year – there’s no shortage of themes one can bring together. Here are four offerings across which I detected some sort of connection:
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is a multi-faceted portrait of the groundbreaking dancer and choreographer told by and through the eyes of the creative voices and faces the artist has collaborated with since he launched Michael Clark & Company, aged only 22, in 1984.
This October, Barbican Art Gallery stages the first ever major exhibition on the groundbreaking dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. Exploring his unique combination of classical and contemporary culture
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.
Breaking the Mould is the first extensive survey of post-war British sculpture by artists identifying as women in a public institution.
Taking the influential work of the late American artist Carolee Schneemann (1939–2019) as a point of departure, Up to and Including Limits: After Carolee Schneemann, illuminates how Schneemann’s artistic legacy resonates in the work of generations of artists succeeding her.
New Order: Art, Product, Image 1976-1995 is a group exhibition selected by Michael Bracewell that surveys identity and image in British art, culture and society between 1976 and 1995.
You still have time to catch “Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel,” at the New Museum in New York. The exhibitions is the first major survey in the United States of her work
As part of its Viewing Room programme, Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to present Family Guy. Art dealer and collector Kenny Schachter’s latest foray into the murky waters of curatorial practice positions his own work and that of his wife, Ilona Rich, and children, Adrian, Kai, Gabriel and Sage Schachter, alongside the artists his family grew up with, including Vito Acconci, Sarah Lucas, Rachel Harrison, Rudolf Stingel, Paul Thek, Franz West and Christopher Wool.
The New Museum is to present “Sarah Lucas: Au Naturel,” on view from September 26, 2018 to January 20, 2019. The first major survey in the United States of the work of British artist Sarah Lucas
Artists Douglas Gordon, Sarah Lucas and Robert del Naja (3D) have created exclusive limited edition artworks for the Hoping Foundation to benefit Palestinian refugee children.
NEON / LIGHT is a new exhibition opening next week featuring sculpture by Cerith Wyn Evans, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Peter Saville and Brian Eno. The show explores the use of light, predominantly neon, as a tool for text, image and planes of colour, often seductive but frequently disguising a more sinister narrative.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week.
There seem to be a recent convocation on the subject of breasts for eyes.
POWER IN WOMAN is an exhibition by British artist Sarah Lucas.
Sarah Lucas’s Father Time (2011) is one of her largest sculptures to date.
Great Works, a new scheme from The Contemporary Art Society (CAS) was launched today at Anthony Gormley’s Studio in Kings Cross..
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.
But it was also about how much money you could throw at art until art died.