Studio Voltaire and LOEWE FOUNDATION have today announced the LOEWE FOUNDATION / Studio Voltaire Award – a new programme benefitting seven artists with two years of support through rent–free studio space, professional development opportunities and a bursary.
Studio Voltaire has announced it is to reopen in October 2021 following completion of a transformative £2.8 million capital project,… Read More
Beginning a week-long look at art gifts for Christmas on FAD magazine Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic has picked 5 Christmas gifts – no need to blow the budget and great gifts for even those who don’t celebrate Christmas.
For the first time ever, Studio Voltaire will present an ambitious year-long programme of offsite projects whilst they undertake The Studio Voltaire Capital Project.
A temple, sweeping architecture, sculpture, female artists, a car park and empty buildings.
Whale skeletons, live birds, Jesus in goal, North Korean propaganda, venomous creatures and a pink ceiling.
London based non-profit collective Allied Editions partner with New York organisations to launch exclusive artist editions at Frieze New York.
There is what amounts to a tradition of single work installations which radically transform the architecture of the gallery.
In Welcome To Saxnot artist Scott King proposes the new town of Saxnot as an invention of the fictional, Butlin’s inspired brand ‘Britlin’s’.
Allied Editions is a unique artist’s editions collective organised by Camden Arts Centre, Chisenhale Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), South London Gallery, Studio Voltaire, Serpentine Galleries and Whitechapel Gallery.
There are lots of art events happening in London, Jenny Judova from Art Map London has picked ‘The Most Interesting Art Events’ to see in London this week.
So many art events happening in London! To help you choose Jenny Judova has picked ‘The Most Interesting Art Events’ to see in London this week.
Expressive portraits, minimalism, a gothic music video, a self-harming hammer and Picasso.
Part of How to work together, “The Sharing Economy: A Post-Mortem” is a panel discussion with four speakers from different disciplines (economics, tech business, academia, the art world). It promises to be a really stimulating debate, examining how technology has facilitated collaborative consumption and the sharing of resources, whether its benefits are illusory, and how these new economic models might be relevant to the art world.
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 so here are the choices of Art Map London
Morning Star Rebranded is a project proposing a re-design of the UK’s only socialist daily newspaper, which will be turned and mutated in the process of coming up with an image of left-wing culture.
7 leading London public galleries to participate at FriezeLondon as a part of Allied Editions
FAD has teamed up with Culturelabel to highlight some of the great offers and products they have on offer you… Read More
Studio Voltaire is pleased to announce a new large-scale commission by the British sculptor Phyllida Barlow, as well as a… Read More
Damien Hirst Forms Without Life 1991 Courtesy Tate Images © The Artist Ah that’s so much nicer all those annoying… Read More
IMAGE: Cathy Wilkes I Give You All My Money , 2008 Mixed media installation, Dimensions variable Installation view Turner Prize… Read More