15 October 2018

J. B. Blunk: Taking On The Immediate Natural World – Jude Cowan Montague

‘My way of working, the core of all my sculpture, is a theme, the soul of the piece. Sometimes it is evoked by the material, sometimes it is an idea or concept in my own mind. It is always present, regardless of the material, size or scale of what will be the finished piece.’ J. B. Blunk in interview with Woodwork Magazine, October 1999.

12 October 2018

Andrew Logan’s Alternative Miss World Competition Returns With Psychedelic Peace Happening

Allan Kaprow Lives! Andrew Logan’s Alternative Miss World Competition returns to the Globe Theatre on Saturday 20 October, after a four-year hiatus. Joining Andrew as co-host will be actor Sara Kestelman. This inspirational performance art event, now in it’s 14th edition has collaborated with the late great Divine inspired General Idea and is a forerunner of Elmgreen and […]

8 October 2018

Frances Richardson Tanner Prize Exhibition Opens At Cross Lane Projects Kendal

Frances Richardson: Cross Lane Projects, Kendal, welcomes a major UK sculpture award as it is shown outside of London for the first time. Frances Richardson’s exhibition Not even nothing can be free of ghosts has been developed over the period of a year, as the 15th winner of Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.

2 October 2018

Art Below Curates New Frieze Week Exhibition In Hammersmith

‘Choose Your Hero’ is a group exhibition curated by Ben Moore at the communal Riverside studio at Re:Centre, Hammersmith.

25 September 2018

Protocol – Q Park Hosts Subterranean Exhibition During Frieze Week

Q Park once again will host an exhibition of emerging and mid-career artists during Frieze week in its subterranean car park in Cavendish Square but this year the exhibition will spill over into the John Lewis & Partners Department store on Oxford Street. 

24 September 2018

Second Hepworth Prize For Sculpture Exhibition Unveiled In October

In October 2018 the Hepworth Wakefield launches the second Hepworth Prize Sculpture exhibition. This year’s shortlisted artists are Michael Dean, Mona Hatoum, Phillip Lai, Magali Reus and Cerith Wyn Evans. Each artist has created a new work for display in the exhibition.

23 September 2018

Chris Burden: Gagosian Unveils Two Large-scale Works For Frieze Week

Chris Burden ‘Measured’, an exhibition of two large-scale works 1 Ton Crane Truck (2009) and Porsche with Meteorite (2013) will be unveiled at Gagosian Britannia Street

19 September 2018

QUEER MIGRANT TAKEOVER: DEEPER ROUTES

A one-day festival celebrating co-existence, the historical contributions of migrant and refugee artists and contemporary performance makers that are exploring their migrant and queer identities in their art.

17 September 2018

Nicola Green Explores Recent And Contemporary Religious Leaders – St Martin-in-the-Fields

Nicola Green explores Recent And Contemporary Religious Leaders At St Martin-in-the-Fields in Encounter an exhibition of the world’s most significant recent and contemporary religious leaders, this autumn at St Martin-in-the-Fields. For the past decade, artist Nicola Green has been a witness to meetings of religious leaders around the world, from the UK to Italy, Israel, […]

4 September 2018

Paul Feiler Centenary Celebrated With New Redfern Gallery Retrospective

The Redfern Gallery will celebrate the centenary of the artist Paul Feiler with a comprehensive retrospective of works (1918-2013) 

3 September 2018

Gormley – Barlow And Viola To Spearhead Royal Academy’s 2019 Exhibition Programme

The Royal Academy has announced their exhibition programme for 2019 and it’s a force to be reckoned with.

1 September 2018

Glenn Brown: Appropriated Images Changing Shape, Form, Colour – Laing Art Gallery

Glenn Brown returns to his North East roots with a new show at the Laing in Newcastle. The internationally acclaimed artist has reimagined the Laing’s permanent collection alongside his own work.

28 August 2018

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Global Migration Explored In Outlands Survival Kit 10.0 Riga

Through the subject of outland, the festival in Riga looks at local and internationally significant issue of global migration, which has brought to the forefront a row of other problems: racism, growing right-wing nationalism and intolerance towards difference.

23 August 2018

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The Naked Truth Exposed In Nude Portrait Exhibition – Laing Art Gallery

A new exhibition featuring iconic naked images of some of the Twentieth Century’s most famous celebrities, thinkers and artists opens at Newcastle’s Laing Art Gallery, this autumn.

16 August 2018

Bienal de São Paulo 33 Announces Full Events Line-Up

The Bienal de São Paulo have announced the full 81 projects and more than 100 participants, totalling around 250 artworks for the 2018 edition

16 August 2018

Martin Eder Given Solo Show At Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery

Berlin-based artist Martin Eder (b.1968, Augsburg), will feature major new paintings alongside work spanning over a decade of Eder’s career this Autumn at the Newport Street Gallery.

15 August 2018

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London Art Book Fair 2018 Where Cutting-Edge Publishers Unite

The Whitechapel Gallery will be transformed by over 80 creative and cutting-edge publishers for four days.

Hugh Mendes Unveils A Menagerie Of Dead Artists

Hugh Mendes returns for his third solo exhibition, mid September, at Charlie Smith London with a Menagerie of historical paintings of dead artists.

1 August 2018

Kind Of A Drag – Self-Portraits And Body Politics – Hayward Gallery

DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics ​is the first institutional exhibition to expand on the traditional representations of drag,

31 July 2018

Cindy Sherman: Major UK Retrospective Announced By NPG

Cindy Sherman’s groundbreaking series, Untitled Film Stills, 1977-80, is to go on public display for the first time in the UK, in a major new retrospective of the artist’s work at the National Portrait Gallery

30 July 2018

100 Pioneering Women Depicted In First Women UK Exhibition At RCA

Portraits of 100 pioneering women of the 21st century are highlighted in a remarkable new exhibition which has taken ten years to compile. The Royal College of Art will host the show this summer (20 July – 22 August).

24 July 2018

Elmgreen & Dragset First UK Survey Exhibition Announced By Whitechapel

A major new overview of artist duo Elmgreen & Dragset has been announced for September 2018 with six new sculptures and 29 works created over 20 years of the artists’ collaboration. It will be their first comprehensive show in a public UK gallery.

21 July 2018

Kahlil Gibran: A Universal Philosophy Timelessly Impacted – Anna Seaman

In Ghada Khunji’s monochromatic artwork, she has depicted the character of Almitra, the female protagonist in Kahlil Gibran’s seminal text The Prophet who appears alongside the male prophet Almustafa.

Unseen John Virtue Paintings To Be Unveiled At Fortnum’s X Frank 2018

Fortnum & Mason will be continuing their annual artistic collaboration Fortnum’s X Frank 2018 (FXF18), 10th September – 20th October

22 June 2018

Sculpture in the City 2018 Splashes Out On Impressive Free Exhibition

This year’s annual Sculpture in the City’ exhibition (launching on 27 June) will include works from international artists including Sarah Lucas, Sean Scully and Marina Abramovic.

14 June 2018

Patrick Heron Retrospective Moves To Turner Contemporary

The British artist Patrick Heron (1920-99) will be celebrated in this retrospective exhibition, the first major show of his work for twenty years

12 June 2018

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200 Women Known And Unknown Figures – Pen And Brush NY

200 WOMEN who will change the way you see the world is fittingly showcased at Pen and Brush, New York

10 June 2018

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Manifesta 12 The Nomadic Biennial What You Need To Know

Manifesta 12, now in its twelfth edition is Europe’s nomadic biennial, taking place in Palermo from 16 June until 4 November 2018.

2 June 2018

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The London Group Announces Three Exhibitions For Waterloo Festival

St John’s Waterloo is an Anglican church with a big heart and an open door. This year, The London Group will mount three new group exhibition.

29 May 2018

Lee Bul Explores Questions Of Intimacy, Gender, And Technology – Hayward Gallery

Lee Bul (b. 1964, Seoul, South Korea) explores questions of intimacy, gender, technology and class

25 May 2018

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Three Female Artists Show Their True Colours At Newport Street Gallery

Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery is presenting ‘True Colours’ an exhibition of paintings by three female artists

25 May 2018

Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky Transformation Corruption and Conservation – Gallery 46

Gallery 46 is presenting the first joint exhibition in London and first full collaboration by Paul Renner and Paul Sakoilsky.