Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see right now in museums and institutional art galleries. Each one comes with a… Read More
Serpentine is to present Alienarium 5, a major exhibition by leading experimental artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster. On display at Serpentine South from… Read More
The 20th Serpentine Pavilion, designed by Johannesburg-based practice Counterspace, directed by Sumayya Vally, will open on 11th June 2021. A TIME100 Next List… Read More
Chicago artist Theaster Gates is to design the 2022 Serpentine Pavilion, making him the first non-architect solely commissioned for the Pavilion.
New York-based painter Jennifer Packer recalibrates art historical approaches to portraiture and still life.
Opening soon at Serpentine Gallery a Major survey, Jennifer Packer’s first in a European institution, includes new paintings and rarely seen drawings.
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“The Fun of Not Understanding”, New Albert Oehlen Show at the Serpentine Showcases the Artist’s Delight in Exploration.
A single John Graham painting provides the starting point for ideas about codes, colour and genius.
If Sondra Perry’s opening at the Serpentine uses digital tools to make our dark history extremely contemporary, Open Space Contemporary’s Adventitious Encounters exploits its location to explore our desire for nature in a technologically saturated world.
This Thursday London was ripe with previews. One of the most exciting was the opening of Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Scaffali at Simon Lee. I had seen the same works at Simon Lee New York last November but had missed the exciting energy an opening charges pieces with.
The Top 7 art exhibitions to see in London this week include: Black & white, Anime, Animals, Satire, Spindly sculptures, Strange creatures & Young love
For the summer The Serpentine is showing the work of acclaimed US filmmaker, cinematographer and artist Arthur Jafa.
The exhibition takes landscape as its focus, bringing together Katz’s extraordinarily productive output of recent years alongside select works from the past two decades.
Anglo-American Michael Craig-Martin, with his biliously cool outlined objects, and former East German dissident A R Penck, with his cipher stickmen, have two of the most instantly recognisable painting styles around. Both show to advantage currently.
Over the next few week FAD will be showcasing some of the Artist Featured in the New Edition of The Catlin Guide New Artists 2015
But we have two openings this month, both quite conceptual though radically different, and I’ve assessed each one in turn:
For centuries, Western art traditions have been centred on creating tangible and physical objects such as paintings, architecture and sculpture. Viewing art therefore, has been about seeing and looking. In contemporary art today, often something non-tangible must be accepted, even momentarily, to allow the artist to make their intended impression.
Jenny Judova from Art Map London picks the events to see this week in London
There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening around London, and often it is impossible to choose where to go and what to see. To help you …
There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening around London, and often it is impossible to choose where to go and what to see. To help you with the choice Jenny Judova from Art Map London will be advising on what events seem worth attending during the week.