News

 

19 August 2010

/

Fourth Plinth Proposals Latest London Photos

As promised ArtLyst, is nearly first to reveal the latest designs for the Fourth Plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square by the Artists Brian Griffiths,...

19 August 2010

/

Fourth Plinth Shortlist Designs Unveiled Today

London – The Artists shortlist (2010/2011) for the next commission to go on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square has now been revealed and...

17 August 2010

/

Christie’s to Launch Contemporary Art Fair To Compete With Frieze 2010

The gap left by the demise of the Zoo art fair is set to be filled by The Moniker International Art Fair, The East...

17 August 2010

/

New ICA curator of exhibitions Matt Williams

  ICA, London Has appointed  Matt Williams as the new curator of exhibitions Williams, was previously employed at Limoncello, Hotel, and the Zabludowicz Collection,...

16 August 2010

/

Trouble At The Zoo? Where is Zoo Art 2010

Zoo Art Enterprises will not be presenting an event in October 2010’. This is the message that has been posted on the Zoo Art...

15 August 2010

/

Largest Picasso Canvas to be Exhibited At London’s V&A Museum

London’s Victoria and Albert Museum  is finally set to exhibit Picasso’s  huge set design for the Ballets Russes. Measuring in at 34 by 38...

14 August 2010

/

Giacometti & Maeght 1946-1966 2010 Exhibition

The Fondation Maeght in Vence, France is holding an exceptional retrospective of the works of Alberto Giacometti, one of the most original artists of the...

10 August 2010

/

Thingswelove at London Design Festival

The London Design Festival provides an outstanding oportunity for guests from all over the world to find out about the design hub London. Thingswelove...

8 August 2010

/

Berlin Hannover Art Reviews Summer 2010

NO GERMANS IN BERLIN? August, 2010 I spent some time in Berlin and Hanover last week – both are recommended. Proof, were it needed,...

6 August 2010

/

Retrospective Exhibition of Americian Painter – Alice Neel

Alice Neel: Painted Truths   8 July – 17 September 2010, Galleries 1, 8 & 9. The Whitechapel Gallery presents the first major retrospective...

3 August 2010

/

Paula Rego’s London Exhibition

The London Exhibition- The Marlborough Fine Art. Paula Rego has lived in London and Lisbon since 1963. Her Original brand of Figurative painting falls...

3 August 2010

/

Exposing Chinese Epigones

“Wir must make a comment on the bad things in our world, otherwise we are a part of them.” – Ai Weiwei In view...

2 August 2010

/

Review of Protoytpes and Experiments V

“Prototypes and Experiments” has been a regular fixture in Aram Gallery’s eight year programme of design exhibitions curated by designer Daniel Charny focusing on...

30 July 2010

/

Government Inquiry into Arts Funding Cuts Inevitable

  The Culture, Media and Sport Committee is inviting written submissions from the art and heritage community on the possible impact of spending cuts...

26 July 2010

/

Brand Republic 2005

LONDON – Students at the Slade School of Fine Art have been given the chance to get their digital ideas featured in an outdoor...

26 July 2010

/

Titan Outdoor 1st Prize Winner 2005

Titan is helping the next generation of art directors to recognise Digital Outdoor’s potential. A new and exciting initiative between Titan and Slade was...

26 July 2010

/

Circle of the Tyrants 2008

Jonathon Velardi’s Fortune Teller easily assumes centre stage: a bright and mesmeric video work presented on four large screens, each split diagonally into numerous...

26 July 2010

/

Open Spaces Open Places 2008

Open Spaces Open Places is a professional arts organisation working in Northamptonand the county. It commissions contemporary artists to make new work and offers...

26 July 2010

/

Athens Biennale 2009

Dimitrios Antonitsis, curator of the Hydra School Projects, being fascinated by the gaming industry as a metaphor of everyday decision making, invites nine artists...

26 July 2010

/

Andy Warhol Red Self Portrait The Controversy Continues

For many years a controversy has been brewing in the art world over a 1964 series of ten self portraits of the artist, Andy...

26 July 2010

/

Tories to Slash and Merge Funding for the Arts

The Bucks Stop Here: The Department for Culture, Media and Sport’s 55 public bodies are set to be merged, abolished or streamlined as part...

26 July 2010

/

Marie Curie Auction/Magdalena Rutkowska painting

London based artist Magdalena Rutkowska is fast becoming known not just for her amazing paintings but also for her big heart and generous nature....

25 July 2010

/

Tom Estes performance ‘Cake Hole’ at ArtEvict

On July 17th, 2010, Tom Estes staged the performance ‘Cake Hole’ as a participant in ArtEvict, at The New Lansdowne Club, 195 Mare St....

21 July 2010

/

Christine Keeler New London Exhibition

Christine Keeler: my life in pictures4 November – 17 December 2010  Profumo Affair model Christine Keeler’s personal collection of photographs and letters to go on...

20 July 2010

/

A Visit to the New Museum in Lisbon -Paula Rego

“A Portuguese female Artist’s fairytale legend, threes nothing quite like Dame Paula’s magical Museum”    The new museum of Paula Rego’s is located in...

17 July 2010

/

Arts Council England implements cuts to 2010-2011 budget

Region: Arts Council England On 24 May 2010 the Department for Culture, Media and Sport announced a £19 million reduction in our 2010/11 income...

14 July 2010

/

UK Art Institutions Asked to Cut 25 -30 % in their budgets.

The British  arts scene has flourished  as never before, in the past  15 years ,with rising audiences and corporate sponsorship – all made possible...

7 July 2010

/

Chichester Eastbourne Art Reviews Summer 2010

CHICHESTER EASTBOURNE ART July, 2010 If you do like to be beside the seaside in summer, then there’s much to be said for making...

7 July 2010

/

ALFA ROMEO CENTENARY SCULPTURE BY GERRY JUDAH GOODWOOD FESTIVAL OF SPEED 2010

 Concept, design and production:  Gerry JudahConsultant Engineering: Capita Symonds  Fabrication and Installation: Littlehampton WeldingPhotography: David Barbour     The dramatic landscapes of India and...

2 July 2010

/

Charles Saatchi Donates Gallery and 200 Works To The Nation “What’s The Catch”?

Charles Saatchi, The British Art Collector who discovered the likes of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, will donate his London gallery and more than...

1 July 2010

/

The Opening Night, U3 triennial, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The opening night began before I even entered the Moderna Building, outside a large crowd of people from the students to the dressed to...

24 June 2010

/

Lisbon Contemporary Art Fair

Common people, but sometimes also arts professional, think that it is not so easy to understand the meaning of certain contemporary art installations, paintings...