An exhibition inspired by the Spanish Pavilion at the 1937 Paris Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne, commemorating 80 years since its inauguration is presented by London’s Mayoral gallery. The original Pavilion marked a crucial moment during the Spanish Civil War (17 July 1936 – 1 April 1939), with the Spanish Republic using it as […]
Internationally acclaimed dancer Sergei Polunin sits for royal sculptor Frances Segelman on 17 January 2017 at the Hospital Club ahead of Sergei’s return to the Sadler’s Wells stage with Project Polunin. Frances Segelman said, “Sergei is such a talented dancer – I am thrilled to sculpt him and support Project Polunin, which will create new dance and ballet works through the collaboration of […]
A new exhibition titled Migrations explores themes of location, migration, and diaspora through an installation of mixed-media works that include drawing, book art, and collage. The migratory aspect of ideas and material is expressed in images and artists’ books that re-purpose data from various found sources in order to construct new visual and metaphorical narratives. Tracey Bush’s plant studies and […]
The 20th-century Abstract painter Josef Albers is presented in a new exhibition at the David Zwirner Gallery in London exploring Albers focus on one color. This was a concept that held a pervasive place in the artist’s oeuvre. Sunny Side Up, a trove of paintings in which yellow dominates, is drawn from five decades of the artist’s work and […]
9 January 2017
David Hockney’s complete early prints (1961-1964) will be on show at at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert in early February 2017.
8 January 2017
Hannah Rose Thomas’ intimate portraits seek to humanise the individuals forced to flee their homes, whose personal stories are otherwise shrouded by statistics.
5 January 2017
The Swiss artist Liliane Tomasko has opened her first solo exhibition at Marc Straus, NY. Tomasko’s abstract paintings are “Inscapes” of everyday life elements we rarely contemplate but make up the fabric of our realities.
3 January 2017
To commemorate the centenary of the Russian Revolution, the Royal Academy of Arts is presenting a new exhibition titled Revolution: Russian Art 1917 – 1932.
15 December 2016
Works by the late British artist Michael Andrews (1928–1995) are to be exhibited at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London.
14 December 2016
The Sir John Soane’s Museum will present ‘Drawn from Life,’ an exhibition of new works by artist Marc Quinn, In Spring 2017. A series of ethereal fragmentary sculptures, made in collaboration with his partner, a dancer, will be placed among the multiple antique casts and sculptures that fill the museum.
14 December 2016
Hauser & Wirth Somerset is presenting a new solo exhibition by Djordje Ozbolt, following the artist’s residency with the gallery in 2016, at The Maltings Studios in Bruton.
12 December 2016
The Late Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid is honoured with a new solo exhibition of paintings and drawings at London’s Serpentine Gallery. Hadid is regarded as a pioneering and visionary architect whose contribution to the world of architecture was ground-breaking and innovative.
8 December 2016
The London Art Fair, now in its 29th edition returns to the Business Design Centre in Islington, London from 18-22 January 2017. The Fair is well known for providing a supportive environment for collectors of all levels, enhanced by an engaging programme of curated exhibitions, talks, tours, films, and performances.
7 December 2016
Fifty photographs of Teddy Girls and Boys, taken by groundbreaking film director, Ken Russell (1927-2011) go on display at Oxford’s North Wall Arts Centre in February.
6 December 2016
The Art of Proto-Pop artist Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008), is celebrated in a new retrospective exhibition organised in collaboration with The Museum of Modern Art in New York. This is the first posthumous retrospective and the most comprehensive survey of the artist’s work for 20 years. From his early engagement with pop to his works produced at […]
23 November 2016
For his third exhibition at Lisson Gallery London and following his acclaimed exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in 2015, Ai Weiwei returns to the United Kingdom with two installations that promote discussion and dialogue.
21 November 2016
To celebrate the 70th birthday of the important American photographer Robert Mapplethorpe, Alison Jacques has invited acclaimed UK-based, German-born photographer Juergen Teller to curate an exhibition of Mapplethorpe’s work. Teller worked in collaboration with The Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation in New York to make his selection.
25 October 2016
This exhibition curated by Ben Moore, marks the 10th Anniversary of Art Below. It includes a selection of posters by artists, such as Banksy, Antony Micallef, Marcus Harvey, Polly Morgan, Paul Fryer, Ben Eine, Sarah Maple, Alison Jackson, Hayden Kays, Oliver Clegg, Mr.Brainwash, D*Face, Charming Baker and Billy Childish, and many more, who have collaborated with Art Below on organised exhibitions across various London Underground stations over the last 10 years.
18 October 2016
A two person exhibition of Paris-based Australian artist Anthony White and London-based Australian artist Martin Brown opens today at Le Pave D’Orsay, Paris. Both artists explore a contemporary interpretation of art making through their own individual explorations within the processes inherent in painting. Having originated from an outsider’s perspective of place or more accurately a displacement. There is a fundamental search at the heart of both their art practice navigating their relationship to European heritage.
9 October 2016
The first comprehensive exhibition of the pioneering British photographer Olive Edis (1876-1955) has been unveiled at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery. Although relatively unknown, Olive Edis was one of the dynamic photographers of the first half of the 20th century and the first-ever accredited female war photographer. Indeed the breadth of her subjects from British royalty and aristocracy […]
Extremes and In-betweens is the latest exhibition by the American painter Ed Ruscha which opened last night to a crowd that included Tracey Emin, Anish Kapoor,Michael Craig-Martin, Ron Arad, Alan Jones and Monica Lewinsky.
The first large-scale exhibition in the UK of work by the American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960—1988) has been announced for the Barbican.