8 September 2017

Vinyl Factory Pays Homage To Lisson Gallery’s 50th Anniversary

The Vinyl Factory who last year partnered with the Hayward Gallery to bring London ‘The Infinite Mix’, one the best shows of the year, is to stage ‘EVERYTHING AT ONCE’ a homage to 50 years of the Lisson Gallery. 

3 April 2017

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London Art Exhibitions Recommended By Paul Carey-Kent April 2017

Paul Carey-Kent Gives us his choices of the best London Art Exhibitions for April 2017

23 March 2017

Anish Kapoor: New Sculptures Burst Forward Into Outer Space

Anish Kapoor has announced a major new gallery exhibition of work at Lisson in London. The exhibition unveils a new series of sculptures covered in a permeable and translucent mesh, simultaneously wrapping and revealing the inner forms that are protruding and bursting forward into outer space. The geological, corporeal shapes beneath this skin suggest natural processes […]

26 December 2016

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Julian Opie To Hold First Major Chinese Solo Exhibition In Shanghai

The first major Chinese solo exhibition by British artist Julian Opie in collaboration with Fosun Foundation is to be presented in March 2017.

2 October 2016

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Tony Cragg Unveils New London Exhibition At Lisson Gallery

Tony Cragg’s fourteenth exhibition with the Lisson Gallery since his first solo show in 1979 will span both London venues. It features the latest works in Cragg’s career-long pursuit of his interest in developing specific groups of sculptural themes and forms. As always, Cragg’s radical and experimental approach to making sculpture produces surprising new forms and meanings that add congruently to […]

25 April 2016

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Cory Arcangel Exhibition Explores The Temporal Nature Of Web-based Culture

Cory Arcangel’s second solo show at Lisson Gallery London explores the technological obsession and obsolescence which underlies all the works in ‘currentmood’. Reflecting the temporal nature of web-based culture and the American artist’s own transient interests, the new works in this exhibition present something like a ‘listicle’ image dump self-portrait of Arcangel (who often shares his […]

21 December 2015

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Drawing Room Curates Group Show Line At Lisson Gallery For 2016

Drawing is both physical entity and intellectual proposition in ‘Line’, Lisson Gallery’s group exhibition, guest-curated by Drawing Room. Fifteen international artists – whose works span seminal artworks from the late ’60s through to performative and site-specific pieces made especially for this exhibition – take their various lines for a walk off the page to intermingle […]

17 December 2015

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Artist Filmmaker John Akomfrah To Open First Exhibition At Lisson Gallery

Lisson Gallery will present John Akomfrah’s first exhibition with the gallery, showing new and recent works by this internationally acclaimed artist and filmmaker. Akomfrah’s work is characterised by a rich, multi-layered visual style that is as poetic as it is political and which frequently fuses contemporary issues with history, fiction and mythology. Collaging archival film […]

16 December 2015

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Photo Special: Susan Hiller’s Homage To Joseph Beuys At Lisson Gallery

Artlyst recently attended Susan Hiller’s latest exhibition at the Lisson Gallery, to experience the artist’s investigations into the unconscious and the paranormal in works that hold belief and disbelief in equal tension. In the artist’s debut exhibition at Lisson Gallery, Hiller is presenting a number of recently discovered early pieces as well as celebrated classics […]

16 October 2015

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Artlyst Photo Special: Gallery Stand Highlights At Frieze London 2015

Artlyst is excited as always to be scouring Frieze London 2015 for the very latest and greatest in contemporary art, having previously released our essential, online, Frieze and Frieze Week collateral Art Fair Guide, for London 2015, for the 13th edition of Frieze London taking place in The Regent’s Park, from 14 to 17 October […]

15 October 2015

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OPINION: Ai Weiwei And Anish Kapoor Inseparable At Frieze London 2015

Artlyst is again attending Frieze week, the 13th edition of Frieze London taking place in The Regent’s Park, from 14 to 17 October 2015. Having recently attended Ai Weiwei and Anish Kapoor’s march, after the artists joined forces for a walk across London, striding down London’s Piccadilly for an eight-mile journey to show solidarity with […]

2 September 2015

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Ryan Gander: Fieldwork To Open At Lisson Gallery

Ryan Gander returns for a third time to Lisson Gallery with Fieldwork 2015, an exhibition of interlinking new works by the artist, each offering a glimpse of the inspirations that feed his practice. Encompassing everything including a kitchen sink, the exhibition presents an individuated encyclopaedia that includes a year’s worth of skies, the clothes of […]

28 July 2015

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The Boys The Girls And The Political At Lisson Gallery London

The boys the girls and the political brings together 10 international artists and articulates a group dynamic built upon multifaceted working methods, collaboration and an interest in material transformation. A curatorial investigation into approach and thinking within the practice of these artists is given precedence over the presentation of autonomous objects, the exhibition becoming a […]

25 March 2015

Anish Kapoor: Blood And Guts In Art School New London Exhibition

Anish Kapoor is one of the British artists that I have a lot of time for and I was extremely excited when I got the advanced press about his latest show at the Lisson Gallery. The show is heralded as his ‘radical return’ to painting and all was intriguing until I attended the Private View […]

10 February 2015

Tony Oursler: Lisson Gallery – Talking Heads, Fearful Voices

The Lisson Gallery presents the exhibition Tony Oursler – template/variant/friend/stranger, a solo exhibition, and the artist’s first of new work in the UK for over five years. The show centres around the artist’s fascination with the evolution of identity via the security techniques of facial recognition. Oursler explores the nuanced ramifications of these tools increasing […]

4 December 2014

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Tony Oursler London Solo Exhibition Set For January

A solo exhibition of the work of Tony Oursler is to be mounted by the Lisson Gallery in January. The artist’s first of new work in the UK for over five years centres around his study of techniques of facial recognition and their increasing ubiquity in daily life. The artist’s interest in the face as […]

26 November 2014

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Armory Show New York Announces Its 2015 Gallery Line-Up

One of New Yorks leading art events, The Armory Show 2015 returns for its seventeenth edition. Several London galleries are crossing the pond again this year including: Blain | Southern, Lisson Gallery, Victoria Miro, Sprüth Magers, Carl Freedman Gallery, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, Josh Lilley and Max Wigram Gallery.The event takes place […]

15 July 2014

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Ryan Gander announced as new Patron of Castlefield Gallery

Castlefield Gallery was last week delighted to announce, during the launch of their latest exhibition, that the critically acclaimed British artist, Ryan Gander is set to become a Patron of Castlefield Gallery. The announcement was made at Thursday night’s packed public preview of the gallery’s annual Head to Head exhibition; I Would Like to Join […]

8 July 2014

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Lisson Gallery Summer Exhibition Explores A Minimalist Aesthetic Through Abstraction

The Lisson Gallery are mounting a summer group exhibition featuring Cory Arcangel, Allora & Calzadilla, N. Dash, Robert Janitz, Paulo Monteiro, David Ostrowski, Michael Rey, Julia Rommel and Dan Shaw-Town. Taking their title from a 1978 song of the same name by British punk band The Mekons, Where Were You? is a group show of […]

19 June 2014

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Lisson Gallery Announces The Opening Of Major New York Exhibition Space

London’s Lisson Gallery has just announced the opening of a new 8,500 square foot gallery in the Chelsea area of New York City next year. The gallery expands a longstanding presence in New York and will be the fourth permanent exhibition space of Lisson Gallery, joining two in London and a third in Milan. Under […]

12 June 2014

Ai Weiwei And Richard Long Conceptual vs The Physical Qualities Of Materials

Threaded throughout the Lisson gallery’s mission statement, its essays on exhibited artists Ai Weiwei and Richard Long, is that very problematic and fluffy term ‘Conceptualism’: We’re a conceptual gallery, showing conceptual artists making conceptual artworks. It’s a jarring term signifying works where the root or source of the ‘art’ content is non-physical, an intangible brainchild […]