The Top 7 art exhibitions in London include Robots, street calligraphy, a hot wall, hands, layers and balls.
This striking lifesized image seems to show a woman, naked except for a mask, taking the piss out of a typical Sol LeWitt.
Jihad, Jeff Koons, animal furniture, drawings, sulphur and ash.
Proof, perhaps, that that being an artist isn’t a proper job is that you don’t normally get to retire.
The works reference the Afghan craftswomen who assisted in the making of Alighiero Boetti’s ‘Mappa’ series
Tonight at White Rainbow “by the mountain path” previews an exhibition bringing to London work by some of the most exciting emerging artists based in Japan.
This week’s top 8 features Rubens, Onomatopoeia, moonlit landscapes, miniature sculptures, assault rifles, Surinam, emerging artists and internet cables.
This is Chu Enoki’s first solo show in Europe.
A seminal figure in contemporary Japanese art, Enoki’s work has influenced younger artists such Takashi Murakami and Keiji Uematsu. Since the millennium, Enoki has received increasing acclaim and is now considered one of the most significant artists working in Japan, yet he is still not widely recognised internationally.
This weeks top 5 includes polar bears, neon, art that can’t be bought, emerging painters and clocks.
Group Show: Berlin-based Japanese artists exhibit @WhiteRainbowLDN Opening Tuesday 2nd December 2015
Check out these Berlin-based Japanese artists whose exhibition opens today @WhiteRainbow
This week’s top 5 features volatile liquids, criminal tattoos, expressive portraiture, melting faces and upside down people.
Quite simply, I carefully deconstruct existing materials and forms, and reconstruct them in my own way, in a new form. This is the only way that I as an artist can question the world.
White Rainbow gallery specialises in Japanese contemporary art