Migrants, war, sex, feathers and stone.
Climb inside a giant figure, de-stress in the dark, feast on femininity, escape a pink tower and sleep in a wheelbarrow.
Two weeks ago I headed over to the Zabludowicz Collection in Kentish Town for the opening of a collaborative showcase by postgraduate students from three different MA courses: MA Culture, Criticism and Curation at Central St Martins; MA Curating and Collections at Chelsea College of Art; and MA Film Programming and Curating at Birkbeck.
This weeks Top 7 Art exhibitions to see include a reality show, white works, 50 years, infinity, Brexit, skulls and paper.
Giant legs, whales, trippy colours, yetis, Verdi, menstrual blood and broken cars.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Art critic Tabish Khan brings you the top art exhibitions to visit this week.
To put 6 Art exhibitions you can’t afford to miss.
The swinging 60s, the aftermath of a dystopian Christmas party, the surveillance state, beautiful portraits, a nation’s history and an algorithm on trial.
Kinetic art, snowstorms, fractured women, an olive tree and a dinosaur skull.
The Top 5 art exhibitions to visit this week feature: Virtual reality, dark landscapes, photocopying paintings, Instagram and gold.
ART OPENING: Jon Rafman “a playful series of new installations that immerse visitors in his video and sculptural works”
This will be Jon Rafman’s first major solo exhibition in the UK.
This week’s top 5 features bright colours, Brutalism, hooded figures, humour and big names.
There was a party atmosphere last night at the Zabludowicz Collection, celebrating their 20 years. The well healed mixed happily with young artists who were mostly milling around the bar and the food van. Inside we were treated to some highlights from the collection, we had important pieces by Sarah Lucas, Tracey Emin, Damian Hirst, Maria Lassnig, Sigmar Polke, Martin Creed and Rachel Whiteread.
This major new exhibition features significant and rarely seen works by over 30 leading international artists, giving a unique insight into a collection that continues to grow and evolve.
Founded in 2007 by artists Isaac Brest and Alex Perweiler as an online viewing platform, over the years The Still House Group has developed into a self-supporting artist-led organization, making their first appearance over the pond, they have joined forces with the Zabludowicz Collection for this year’s annual Testing Ground for Art and Education season.
Poju Zabludowicz, along with his wife Anita, runs the Zabludowicz Foundation, which supports young artists. By all accounts, they are gregarious, educated, good-hearted people who passionately support the arts because they are able to, so one wonders why they have become the subject of a boycott.
Zabludowicz Collection presents the first UK solo exhibition by Lizzie Fitch/Ryan Trecartin, an ambitious reconfiguration of their installation Priority Innfield, first seen in The Encyclopedic Palace at the 2013 Venice Biennale.
Tarkovsky’s unforgettably haunting film, his first to be made outside Russia, explores the melancholy of the expatriate through the film’s protagonist, Gorchakov..