‘It won’t last forever (or maybe it will)’ is Ben Edmunds’ solo debut in Europe and his most ambitious exhibition to date. Best known for his large scale paintings that combine tropes of modernist abstraction with the stylised accents of extreme sports, this show marks an expansion of possibilities in his practice. The works move between painting, sculpture, photography, branding, useful objects and wearable equipment.
Dellasposa presents The Shape of Colour an exhibition of new sculptures by Belgrade-born London based artist Misha Milovanovich, marking her first solo show with the gallery.
Liverpool BID Company and dot-art are looking for the fourth artist to have their work installed on The Liverpool Plinth.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see iN London include Horses, hands, penises, London, zombies and miniatures.
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.
A new major sculpture commission from emerging artist Alice Irwin has turned the iconic grand piazza in Halifax’s Piece Hall into a playground for the artists cast of distinctive characters
Pangolin London have recently opened renowned British sculptor Jeff Lowe’s second major solo show with them. The exhibition features a brand new series of both large-scale works, as well as smaller-scale works and jewellery, sculptures in their own right rather than maquettes for larger pieces.
Eduardo Paolozzi’s early deconsacrations – ‘Pop’ collages and lost-wax bronzes on view at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert gallery are showing the first of a series of three exhibitions honouring Eduardo Paolozzi.
LIMINALITY [TEMPORAL IMPRESSIONS] The fourth in the series of exhibitions featuring cross-disciplinary works
LIMINALITY [TEMPORAL IMPRESSIONS] The fourth in the series of exhibitions featuring cross-disciplinary works – featuring performance, sound installations, sculptural installations, experimental music and film exploring ideas around time, consciousness and modes of perceived reality.
Bling, twins, caves, faceless figures, glass, landscapes and a giant rabbit.
This Monday was the unveiling of IQOS World Revealed by Alex Chinneck in collaboration with Philip Morris International at Milan Design Week 2019
Metal is a group exhibition of sculptures in metal produced between 1968 and 1990. The exhibition comprises works created by some of the most prominent and innovative artists of the twentieth century.
PUBLIC Gallery presents Unblock Me You Coward, a solo exhibition of the artist Lung. It features a new series of paintings, and a 30-meter-long sky dancer …
Floppy disks, attacking birds, the end of the world, seaside, fairies, landscapes and Fantasia.
In response to Donald’s Trump’s planned visit to London on 13th July, Creative Debuts have joinced forces with over 50 artists to show their collective disdain of the, ‘dangerous racism, sexism and narcissism that flow daily from the White House,’ through a unique art exhibition.
On view at The Met Breuer now seven hundred years of sculptural practice—from 14th-century Europe to the global present— examined anew in the groundbreaking exhibition Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body (1300–Now).
Don’t miss this solo show of new and recent wall-work by renowned Danish sculptor Thomas Bang, his first major presentation in London.
‘The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London’ this week include: Surreal portraits, lights, beams, Americana, Trump, illustrations and supporting artists.
A major Spanish museum thought a 38-ton Richard Serra sculpture it had commissioned was in storage. It wasn’t. It had disappeared, and its whereabouts are still a mystery.