Marleen Hengelaar-Rookmaaker is editor-in-chief of ArtWay, a website which seeks to stimulate reflection on the role of images in church and open up the world of the visual arts to the Church.
Kelly Grovier discusses his new book A New Way of Seeing: The History of Art in 57 Works with Sara Faith.
The 17th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach 2018 takes place in the newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Centre from 6-9 December 2018
27 November 2018
Tereza Buskova has been running art workshops with the students at Chad Vale Primary since November 2017, and the results are strong and bristling with positive energy.
A central member of the group of young artists to emerge from the Glasgow School of Art during the 1980s dubbed the New Glasgow Boys, Peter Howson has become one of his generation’s leading figurative painters.
Thierry Forien is a collector of Contemporary Art, Prix Découverte des Amis du Palais de Tokyo. He is on the board of Thalie Art Foundation, Artistic committee of Fluxus Art Projects and practices as an independent curator.
ParisPhoto, the biggest photo fair in Europe held each November at the Grand Palais, returned with its 22nd edition, attracting nearly 70.000 visitors in four days and gathering more than 200 exhibitors from all around the world, offering an unparalleled presentation of contemporary and vintage photography from grandmasters to emerging young talents.
12 November 2018
In Praise of the Art Shop – Marina Vaizey looks back on 50 years of the Annely Juda gallery.
Michael Petry is a visual artist whose works often leads him to write about the topics of his artistic attention.
What a FIAC! The Indian summer made the whole Parisian art week such a delight.
22 October 2018
Artist Katharina Grosse is the Gagosian guest of honour at the FIAC this 2018
“We need her work now more than ever,” Lisa Philips, the New Museum director stated, she continued, “We hope jaws will drop with this exhibition.’
Kaspersky Lab collaborates with British street artist D*Face and drives the 1970’s art car concept into the 21st century.
‘Soft Serve’ the title of American artist Vanessa Prager’s first London solo show at Kristin Hjellegjerde dishes up a series of portraits and figures as colourful, dripping, melting realities, oozing with thick sculptural paint.
I’m what you could call a seasoned Frieze regular. I may have missed the first London fair but I was soon sucked into the great black hole of mega-international art fairs and beamed myself out beyond London to Art Basel and Art Basel Miami Beach, not to mention the first Frieze in New York. Galleries […]
All of us here at the Artlyst find it daunting at times to correctly pronounce the names of the artists that appear daily on the Artlyst website.
There can be no doubt that the Turner Prize is pretty much of a sick puppy right now.
28 August 2018
The Autumn is an incredibly busy period in the London art scene. Here is the first part of the Artlyst guide to art in London Autumn 2018.
Jo Baring a former Director of Christie’s UK is currently the Director of the Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art.
20 August 2018
Nobody, I think, could be keener than I am to see women obtain more recognition for their creative contribution to the visual arts.
At a time when London’s big art museums are going all out to be populist, they also seem to be witnessing a fairly general fall in attendances.
Ever since the publication of Andre Breton’s Surrealist Manifesto (1924), the erotic male gaze on the female body came to be a defining component of the Surrealist movement.
31 July 2018
Yves Klein died from a heart attack in 1962, at the age of 34, shortly after creating two prominent works of art currently on display in the heart of the Oxfordshire idyll.
22 July 2018
In the twenty years since he began a Foundation Course at the Leith School of Art, Alastair Gordon has proved himself to be an artist of distinction as well as a polymath whose activities have supported others in travelling along creative paths.
20 July 2018
If you’re planning on heading out of London this summer, Artlyst has put together a list of twelve exhibitions to see around the UK. The main event over the summer has to be the Liverpool Biennial but Artlyst is covering this deserving spectacle elsewhere. However, while in Liverpool don’t miss Tate Liverpool’s powerful comparison study of Egon Schiele and Francesca Woodman and the 60th anniversary John Moores Painting Prize at the Walker Art Gallery. Elsewhere around Britain shows not to miss include the Patrick Heron retrospective at Tate St Ives, Elisabeth Frink at Abbot Hall in Cumbria, Yves Klein at Blenheim Palace and Antony Gormley at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge.
The 2018 Liverpool Biennial is celebrating its 20th birthday. The 10th edition is more compact than in previous years with the majority of venues in walking distance of the city centre. This year’s theme is Beautiful world, where are you? invites artists and audiences to reflect on a world in turmoil.
The Rencontres Photographiques d’Arles is not only the biggest and most famous photography festival in the world but is also one of my favourite art events.
Sher’s work has received solo and group exhibitions around Europe and the United States and is held in public and private collections internationally.
14 July 2018
For 150 years KIRKCUDBRIGHT has been an artists’ town, the “St Ives of Scotland.
28 June 2018
Cumbria is an idyllic landscape where rugged mountains meet sparkling lakes. It has a history steeped in art and literature. William Wordsworth, JMW Turner, John Ruskin, Beatrix Potter, Kurt Schwitters and Andy Goldsworthy have all found inspiration here. In addition, it is no wonder it was the centre for the British Arts and Crafts movement. This summer Kendal is hosting major exhibitions featuring Elisabeth Frink, Paula Rego and Rebecca Scott.
21 June 2018
A recent foray into Milan led me to two galleries, both focusing on women’s work. The Pool New York is a relatively new and beautiful gallery space in the city’s financial district. Eteri Chkadua’s first solo show in Milan titled, Guamarjos, translates to the traditional “Cheers’ in the Georgian language.