Pallant House Gallery has announced a unique response to creativity during the coronavirus pandemic. The Gallery has commissioned a model art gallery that will feature original miniature artworks from over 30 leading contemporary British artists
One of the most important new contemporary art museums in Europe, The Museum of Contemporary Art Helga de Alvear in Cáceres, Spain, designed by award-winning Tuñón Arquitectos Studio, will open in spring 2021.
Until 31st December 2020, James Hyman Gallery is hosting an online fundraising sale where 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Trussell Trust.
Among the Trees celebrates key works of art that reimagine how we think about trees and forests. Spanning the past 50 years, the exhibition brings together major works by 38 leading international artists from five different continents.
One of the works offered by Niels Borch Jensen Gallery that struck me was Tacita Dean’s Quarantania (2018) – a stunning work on seven panels depicting a mountain against a rusty pink graduated sky, reminiscent of Ed Ruscha.
25 leading international artists, including Simon Starling, Sir Antony Gormley, Grayson Perry, Cornelia Parker, Jenny Saville, David Shrigley and Douglas Gordon have used materials retrieved from The Glasgow School of Art’s Mackintosh library after the fire to create original works of art to help raise money for restoration of the Mackintosh Building.
Reading performance event ‘Hack Gloss’ by Anne Carson on the occasion of Roni Horn’s exhibition ‘Butterfly Doubt’ at Hauser &Wirth London.
This September at the Whitechapel Gallery, The London Art Book Fair celebrates the best of international contemporary art publishing.
The doyen of British sculpture gives the Guardian an exclusive preview of his major new exhibition in the German capital
Artists and Art Writers from over 30 Countries among the Nominees click the image above to see the full list ..
Exhibition to feature James Richards, Ed Atkins and Helen Marten, as well as better-known names including Sarah Lucas
TWENTYEIGHT FINGERS has been realised by Joanna Brown after the idea cropped up in a conversation with five fellow fine arts masters students from the University of Leeds in 2007. It has resulted in a collection of 28 bronze casts of the index fingers of significant creative figures of our time.
What’s it like to make giant monuments for Rachel Whiteread? Or to paint spots for Damien Hirst? The people behind some of Britain’s best known art share their highs – and lows
Scorsese’s Hugo, shot in 3D, is an excited paean to film history using modern techniques. But Dean’s much darker Film, at Tate Modern, mourns the passing of celluloid
There is something very English about Dean’s latest work in Tate’s Turbine Hall, so why do we call her a British artist? You wouldn’t call Dylan Thomas British, would you?
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