The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see iN London include Horses, hands, penises, London, zombies and miniatures.
Earth perspectives, a new participatory artwork by Olafur Eliasson, which invites people to reflect on the co-existence of multiple world views, launches today, Earth Day: Wednesday 22 April 2020.
The Serpentine presents the first UK solo exhibition of works by Luchita Hurtado (b.1920, Maiqueti?a, Venezuela). The exhibition will trace the trajectory of Hurtado’s expansive, 80-year career and reveal the scale, experimentation and playfulness of her impressive oeuvre.
The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish with Plants is a multidisciplinary festival that brings together artists, scientists, writers, anthropologists and musicians for talks, performances, screenings and listening sessions that raise and address some of the most urgent questions facing all of us.
This week’s Top 7 exhibitions to see includes: Virtual reality, plywood, a moving tunnel, war, barrels, memories and darkness.
This week’s top 8 includes creepy manikins, emerging art, Nordic sculpture, cartoons, torture, Ukraine, guns and landscapes.
But we have two openings this month, both quite conceptual though radically different, and I’ve assessed each one in turn:
SOMETHING FOR THE WEEKEND: Go and become part of an art performance with Marina Abramovi? @Serpentine
The public will become the performing body, participating in the delivery of an unprecedented moment in the history of performance art.
Serpentine Galleries presents AGNES, a digital commission by Cécile B. Evans. AGNES is the first in a series of digital commissions to mark the launch of the new Serpentine Galleries website.
Every Monday, Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Watercolours painted by the pioneering botanist Maria Sibylla Merian sit alongside intricate models of marine invertebrates crafted by Leopold and Rudolph Blaschka, initially used as research tools by
Visitors will also be able to take away an ‘unlimited edition’ print of a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II as a young girl.