Search Results for "WW1"

8 February 2018

John Singer Sargent Masterpiece Gassed: US Loan To Mark WW1 Centenary 

John Singer Sargent’s masterpiece Gassed, is to be loaned to The National World War I Museum in the US by the Imperial War Museums...

15 March 2017


WW1 Conscientious Objectors Highlighted In New Immersive Sound Piece

One Hundred years ago sixteen conscientious objectors were detained in the 19th-century cell block of Richmond Castle, leaving their poignant and personal testimonies in...

20 November 2015


Susan Philipsz Unveils War Damaged Musical Instruments To Mark WW1 Centenary

Turner Prize wining sound artist Susan Philipsz (b.1965) has unveiled one of her most ambitious works to date, specially commissioned by 14-18 NOW, to...

17 June 2014


Liverpool Biennial Unveil WW1 Dazzle Ship By Venezuelan Artist Carlos Cruz-Diez

The vibrant ‘dazzle’ designs, which were used extensively during the First World War as a means of camouflaging war ships, are the inspiration for...

16 November 2013


Stanley Spencer WW1 Masterpiece Exhibited At Somerset House

Leading up to the 100th commemoration of the outbreak of the First World War, Stanley Spencer’s poignant memories of war are leaving their permanent...

1 August 2019

Cut And Paste: NGS Launches First-Ever Collage Survey Exhibition – Clare Henry

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...

13 July 2019


Expressionist Prints: From Turmoil To Conflict – Hunterian Glasgow – Leyla Sanai

The unassuming Hunterian Gallery in Glasgow, perched next to the University library, houses stunning paintings by the Glasgow Boys (and Girls) and the Scottish...

4 May 2019

Edinburgh Printmakers New Home – Clare Henry

A new era pre-supposes the old. EDINBURGH PRINTMAKERS new £12m home at Castle Mills, Edinburgh is spectacular!

5 December 2018

Kenny Hunter A Memorial to War & Reconciliation – Clare Henry

With almost 30 public art commissions to his name, Kenny Hunter is used to collaboration.

27 June 2018

Christine Borland: A Moving Tribute To Veterans Everywhere – Clare Henry

World War 1, was one of the bloodiest wars in all history, with a total of 41 million dead. The UK suffered over a...

7 June 2018

Aftermath – Emerging from the Catastrophe of WWI – Tate Britain – Edward Lucie-Smith

Aftermath is at last a good solid show at Tate Britain, rather than something anxiously politically correct, and equally anxious to demonstrate just how...

2 January 2018

London Art Exhibitions For January 2018 By Paul Carey-Kent

With Christmas 2017 and New Year 2018 behind us we return to the normality of the London art gallery offerings.

11 October 2017

Keith Vaughan Homoerotic Photos From The 1930s To Be Exhibited

A collection of rare vintage homoerotic photographs and collages by the British artist Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) from the 1930s, the majority never previously seen or exhibited,...

8 December 2016

London Art Fair Launches 2017 Art Season 18-22 January With Panache

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...

9 October 2016

Olive Edis Pioneering British photographer Exhibition Unveiled At Norwich Castle Museum

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...

14 June 2016


Scarlett Raven – The Danger Tree: A Visual Art Experience

Scarlett Raven: World’s First Augmentist 30 year old artist Scarlett Raven unveils her ambitious, groundbreaking visual arts experience, The Danger Tree this summer. Scarlett...

19 November 2015


Olafur Eliasson COP21 Ice Installation Awaits Decision After Paris

In light of the tragic events in Paris on November 13, Olafur Eliasson and his team are working to find a suitable solution to how...

30 July 2015


Poppy Field Sculpture Moves North With New Installations Announced

The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland and St George’s Hall Liverpool have been announced as locations that will present the poppy sculptures...

23 March 2015


Heath Robinson Collection Saved For The Nation By Generous Grants

Over 410 works by the British illustrator William Heath Robinson have been saved for the nation by grants of £300,000. The collection, which includes many of...

4 February 2015


Sir Peter Blake Commissioned To Create Mersey Dazzle Ship

The third in the series of Dazzle Ship commissions will see Sir Peter’s design entitled Everybody Razzle Dazzle to cover the Mersey Ferry Snowdrop,...

19 January 2015


Joseph Beuys Lives! 7000 Oaks Project To Go Ahead In Scotland

My idea would be this time to plant seven thousand oaks in Kassel…  And to mark every tree with a little stone, so that...

1 December 2014

Duration And Conflict Explored In New Tate Photography Exhibition

It’s an ambitious show that seeks to refresh assumptions about a photographic genre whilst also bringing together works from 150 years worth of practice,derived...

3 November 2014

Gabo, Burgert, Merz, And Bochner – London West End Exhibition Reviews November 2014

STÜCK HIRN BLIND – Jonas Burgert At Blain/Southern Blain/Southern presents the exhibition ‘STÜCK HIRN BLIND’; this is a new body of work by German...

5 October 2014


Jose Damasceno Takes Over Holburn Library For New Artangel Project

José Damasceno’s installation in London’s Holburn Library was created to be explored by every day users of the public building. Designed to be viewed...

5 August 2014


Ryoji Ikeda’s Column Of Monumental Light Blasts Off In London

Spectra a column of monumental light created by the Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda and produced and presented by Artangel has blasted off from its...

28 July 2014


Turner Prize Winner Jeremy Deller Marks WWI Centenary With New App

Jeremy Deller, the Turner Prize winning artist best known for his ‘Lights Out Lights On’ installation, now in the permanent collection of the Tate...

14 July 2014


Tobias Rehberger Transforms London’s HMS President Into Dazzle Ship

Leading artist Tobias Rehberger has transformed London’s HMS President (1918) by covering it entirely in ‘dazzle camouflage’ print as part of the 14-18 NOW...

27 June 2014


Modern Masters lll

Paintings and prints by leading contemporary artists: nine decades of painting, drawing and sculpture by eighteen of the leading British artists of the 20th...

25 June 2014


Morley Gallery : The Great War; As recorded through the Fine and Popular Arts

To commemorate The First World War, LISS FINE ART are staging an exhibition in conjunction with Morley Gallery at Morley College, a stone’s throw...

15 June 2014


Species of Trees and Other Landscapes

Species of Trees and Other Landscapes An exhibition of Paintings, Prints and Drawings by David Harker Exhibition 4 July – 18 July 2014 at...

9 June 2014

A-list Artists Bargain Price Tags Art Car Boot Fair 2014

The 11th annual Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair took place yesterday, Sunday 8 June 2014.  The fantastic weather added to the festive atmosphere, making...

7 May 2014


Edinburgh Art Festival Announces Off Site Projects And Commissions For 2014

The Edinburgh Art Festival has announced its 2014 city-wide commissions programme and further details of off-site projects. Bringing together a diverse line-up of some...