An exclusive, new exhibition from one of Britain’s foremost painters, Chantal Joffe is to open this Autumn at the Bristol’s Arnolfini.
20 August 2020
Chantal Joffe Victoria Miro London: In his seminal 1972 book Ways of Seeing, the late John Berger claimed that: ‘A woman must continually watch herself…From earliest childhood, she has been taught and persuaded to survey herself…
27 April 2019
An exhibition of new work by Chantal Joffe, in which celebrated writers keep company with the artist’s friends and family… Read More
21 January 2016
London’s National Portrait Gallery is presenting a new display exploring the unique artistic collaboration inspired by a close friendship of… Read More
10 June 2015
The Jerwood Gallery is beginning the New Year with a major exhibition of Chantal Joffe works featuring Hastings and St… Read More
25 November 2014
Bridget Riley has unveiled a painted ceiling for the British School of Rome (BSR) Riley has created many murals and wall paintings but this is her first ceiling painting.
4 May 2023
Frieze Los Angeles has returned for the Largest edition of the Fair Yet, With Strong Sales, International Attendance….
20 February 2023
Frieze London was back on course this year, with most dealers putting their best foot forward. You could feel the excitement and ‘antici…pation’
18 October 2021
The Royal Academy has against all odds unveiled its 252 annual Summer Exhibition. Today is ‘varnishing day’ where the artists can see their works for the first time in situ. Agreed it was supposed to take place in June as tradition dictates but these are unprecedented times and it is a relief that the exhibition has gone ahead at all.
28 September 2020
Cure3 is an annual charity selling exhibition. It was devised by Susie Allen and Laura Culpan founders of Artwise. This is the same dynamic curatorial team that was behind the original RCA Secret postcard project. Cure3 has established itself as a critical and commercial success and will take place at Bonhams London flagship gallery
2 September 2020
The Max Mara prize 2020 has been awarded to Emma Talbot. The award supports UK-based female artists who have not previously had a major solo exhibition.
10 March 2020
Ilka Scobie takes a look at the first New York exhibitions for 2020 and discovers a few surprises along the way.
19 January 2020
The Whitechapel Gallery, Collezione Maramotti and Max Mara have announced the five shortlisted artists for the 8th edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women
13 October 2019
Billed as the first-ever COLLAGE survey exhibition in the world, this Edinburgh Festival fun extravaganza of 400 years of cut and paste art encompasses Picasso to Monty Python, Victorian valentines to Andy Warhol, Max Ernst to Peter Blake, Cindy Sherman, Robert Rauschenberg – and of course today’s Photoshop.
1 August 2019
The Art Fund’s Museum of the Year 2019 has been awarded to St Fagans National Museum of History, near Cardiff…. Read More
4 July 2019
The Jerwood Gallery in Hastings is to relaunch as Hastings Contemporary: Independent gallery for the South East on 6th July with a major presentation by international contemporary painter Tal R, alongside British artist, Roy Oxlade (the late husband of Rose Wiley)
26 March 2019
Multicolour is a new exhibition and auction fundraiser to support those affected by the global refugee crisis created by Migrate Art.
7 January 2019
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.
23 August 2018
Tate St Ives has won the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018 award.
7 July 2018
The London Open 2018 is again upon us bringing critical work by some of the most dynamic contemporary artists in the capital today. The latest edition of this triennial summer exhibition offers a free, lively space to discover new work
30 May 2018
Crossrail has launched an ambitious new art programme.
15 March 2018
Victoria Miro has announced the Venice location for their new permanent gallery space launching over the period of the 57th Venice Biennale.
9 April 2017
An exhibition of paintings by the British artist Geraldine Swayne featuring a number of new works has gone on view at The Fine Art Society. The title of the show, ‘Silvering’, refers to Swayne’s use of silver and gold grounds and aluminium and copper surfaces, reﬂecting the artist’s interest in the surface quality and material value of her work.
28 March 2017
Paul Carey-Kent curates his choices of London art exhibitions for March 2016. His rolling ten recommended contemporary art shows are all… Read More
6 March 2016
Established in 2014 to raise money for the The Hepatitis C Trust, Art on A Postcard is embarking on its… Read More
29 October 2015
Artlyst is excited to announce the release of their essential, online, Frieze week alternative satellite art fair guide, for London… Read More
9 October 2014
A group exhibition titled ‘The Nakeds’ exploring nude drawings of the human body is featured at the Drawing Room, in… Read More
6 August 2014