This November, Waddington Custot presents the first UK solo exhibition by New York-based contemporary artist Landon Metz (b.1985, Arizona, USA)…. Read More
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his top exhibitions to see right now. Each one comes with a concise review to help you… Read More
Waddington Custot is pleased to present NEW WORK: Peter Blake, the fourth iteration of the gallery’s digital exhibition series.
A collective decision has been made among 25+ London galleries to open late tonight (Wed 4th Nov).
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in Mayfair, London this Autumn includes A birthday, nudity, collages, tables and Zen.
A warped bench, virtual reality, algorithms, Picasso and camouflaged paintings.
Waddington Custot launches NEW WORK, an online platform debuting painting and sculpture by leading
contemporary artists working today.
Painting breaks free, a tragic loss, an environmental apocalypse and an ice core.
Maria Helena Vieira da Silva has been shown little in the UK, so Waddington Custot’s substantial survey is well worth catching (to 15 Feb*)
In a solo exhibition of the celebrated Patrick Caulfield (b. 1936 – d. 2005), Waddington Custot will look deeper at the artist’s practice across a variety of media, from oil painting to prints and his lesser-known and rarely exhibited drawings, with particular attention to Caulfield’s preoccupation with light and shade across various times of day.
A cathedral in Ghana, a scorpion / sphinx, Rembrandt, graffiti, urban exploring and stars.
Writings on the Wall examines the significant influence of ancient and contemporary graffiti on the practice of a group of mid-twentieth-century artists Brassaï, Vlassis Caniaris, Jean Dubuffet, Manolo Millares, Antoni Tàpies and Cy Twombly
Body Disruptions, is a solo exhibition of works by London-based performer and artist Alice Anderson. Bringing together sculptures and drawings from solo and collective performances
This week’s Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see include: Elephants, enlightenment, cartoons, an overweight car and a bionic chimp.
The Top 7 Art Exhibitions to see in London before Christmas include a red explosion, delicate portraits, falling sculpture, falling people, plant life, singing sculpture, and butterflies.
This week’s Top 7 includes: Subatomic particles, skeletons, pooling paint, jokes, another dimension, grief and colour.
One of the most important artists of the twentieth century, Dubuffet sought to create work which shunned traditional notions of beauty and favoured immediate forms of expression.
Political crime, t-shirts, flour bombing, British wildlife, interstellar travel, architecture and China.
Installation view of Tamar Harpaz: Crazy Delay This week, as I was not training for nor running in the London… Read More
We Love these large-scale, geometric colour sculptures of British sculptor David Annesley which are featured in a new exhibition at Waddington Custot.
Suicide vests, robots, eroticism, eggs, hands, Rodin, a shopping centre and surreal landscapes.
Waddington Custot are to present an exhibition which puts in context Joseph Beuys’ 1972 sculpture ‘Boxkampf für die direkte Demokratie’