13 September 2017

Paul Cary -Kent Chooses His Must See Exhibitions For September 2017

Up Now in London – Paul Carey-Kent chooses the best of the Autumn season’s start. 

3 March 2017

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Christopher Le Brun PRA Touch And Improvisation The Artlyst Interview

Christopher Le Brun, PRA, painter, and president of the Royal Academy is a very busy man. With two shows currently on in the United States, Christopher Le Brun: Composer, at the Albertz Benda gallery in New York (2 March-15 April 2017) and in Vero Beach, Florida (25 February-27 April 2017) at the Gallery at Windsor, he continues to expand his international reach as a force to be reckoned with.

30 August 2016

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Oscar Wilde Honoured With Major Exhibitions In Paris and Reading

Two major exhibitions honouring the Irish novelist, playwright, and poet Oscar Wilde, one in Paris, one in Reading, UK will open next month. Paris was the city of his death in 1900 and he is famously buried in Paris’s Père Lachaise cemetery within a mausoleum designed by the Modern British sculptor Sir Jacob Epstein. The other exhibition is a group […]

26 March 2016

Tate And Barbican Focus On Heavy Hitting Spring Photography Exhibitions

It’s interesting to compare the curatorial approaches to the two densely comprehensive photography group shows on at the the moment: ‘Strange and Familiar: Britain as Revealed by International Photographers’ at the Barbican, curated by Martin Parr and ‘Performing for the Camera’ at Tate Britain, for which Simon Baker was the lead curator. Parr and Baker […]

17 August 2015

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Kamal Boullata: First London Exhibition In Over Three Decades At Berloni Gallery

This autumn, BERLONI will stage the first London exhibition of Kamal Boullata’s work since 1978. The acclaimed Jerusalem born artist (now based in Berlin) known for his geometric abstract paintings, deals with questions of identity, exile, light and transparencies. This new series will occupy the Fitzrovia space with around 20 new paintings on both canvas, […]