Max Mara, Whitechapel Gallery and Collezione Maramotti are delighted to announce that Emma Talbot (b. 1969, UK), winner of the 8th edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women (2019-2022), will travel to Italy in June 2021 to begin her six-month residency organised by the Collezione Maramotti.
Whitechapel Gallery in London has received a grant of £206,332 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and reopen.
Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium brings together a new generation of artists who represent the body in radical ways to tell stories and explore vital social concerns.
Anna Maria Maiolino: Making Love Revolutionary is the first UK retrospective of the pioneering artist and chronicles sixty years of political, personal and cultural shifts with 150 works, many on display in the UK for the first time.
Racy imagery, tongue-in-cheek euphemisms, feminist interpretations and breath-taking sexualistion of everyday objects in Lucas’ work, is all brought together in a stunning retrospective of her entire collection, enabling “Situation” to bring something to the table for every visitor.
The first of the new ON&BY book series, at a special event with Luc Tuymans on 14th September 2013 during The London Art Book Fair.
GOSEE: Lebanese artist, actor and playwright, Rabih Mroue presents ‘The Pixelated Revolution’ @Whitechapel Gallery
“Syrians are filming their own death”, are the first lines of the ‘Pixelated Revolution’ performance. A type of performance piece which aims to study the various tips and directions on mobile phone documentation, as shared via the medium of Facebook and other virtual communication tools during the first year’s events of the Syrian revolution. Come early to catch the live talk with the artist!
Aspen Magazine was one of the first multi-media magazines. It was about art and itself an art piece. Even the boxes that the magazines came in were like mini pieces of modern architecture.
Giuseppe Penone is regarded as one of the most important artists of his generation; his career spans over 40 years, beginning in the late 1960s.
Bethan Huws’ installation at the Whitechapel Gallery erects walls which simultaneously obscure and elucidate the work of Marcel Duchamp, and,… Read More
17 December 2010 – 6 March 2011 Gallery 7 Current Disturbance is a room-filling environment made from stacked wire cages,… Read More
Her portraits stand out for their psychological insight as much as for their vivid sense of colour and animated brushwork.
The Red Velvet Curtain Cult VOYEUR A late night event at The Whitechapel Art Gallery presentsThursday 3rd December 2009
For their Fourth installment at the Whitechapel Art Gallery the Red Velvet Curtain Cult presents ‘Voyeur’. An evening of gazing,… Read More
After Pablo Picasso, woven by Mme J de la Baume Dürrbach, The Guernica Tapestry, 1955, Wool, 305 x 671 cm…. Read More