23 November 2020

Head Shots: Frank Auerbach And Tony Bevan Together At Ben Brown

An exciting new exhibition Frank Auerbach / Tony Bevan: What Is A Head?, curated by Michael Peppiatt has been announced for Ben Brown Fine Arts, London. The show features portraits by two of Britain’s senior figurative painters.

17 November 2020

Albrecht Dürer Subject Of Major National Gallery Exhibition This Spring

Dürer’s Journeys – Travels of a Renaissance Artist is a major new show announced for the National Gallery March 2021. This will be the first significant UK exhibition of the artist’s works in such a wide range of media for nearly twenty years

10 November 2020

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Judy Chicago Launches Smoke Sculpture Her First Virtual Artwork

Judy Chicago along with Light Art Space (LAS) is launching the first virtual artwork by this acclaimed American artist.

8 November 2020

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Niki Gorick: What Actually Exists – Edward Lucie Smith

Visual art continues to flourish, despite the imminence of winter, in open-air city spaces.

29 October 2020

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Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Presents Her First Major Survey At Tate Britain

Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Presents Her First Major Survey Tate Britain

17 October 2020

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Scarlett Lingwood New Work Exhibited At Field Projects

Field Projects is to present Together While Apart: an exploration of vibrant colour and pattern by Scarlett Lingwood.

13 October 2020

Art Gallery Of New South Wales Announces Sustainable Expansion

The Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW) in Sydney Australia has announced a significant expansion project

28 September 2020

The Royal Academy Summer/Winter Exhibition 2020 – Preview

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.

24 September 2020

Andrew Salgado Solo Exhibition Announced For Beers London

The return of Canadian- British artist Andrew Salgado for his fourth solo exhibition entitled Strange Weather at Beers London has been announced.

16 September 2020

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Artist Self-Publishers’ Fair ASP6 Moves Online 

Following on from previous fairs, ASP is hosting ASP6, the Sixth Edition of the fair, which features over 100 artists showcasing their work online.

4 September 2020

Flaubert Inspired Group Exhibition Explores Transformation At Project 78

A new group show curated by Scott Robertson featuring the artists, Ryan Gander, Katerina Kamprani, Scott King, Aidan Moffat, Jonathan Monk, Lynda Morris, Simon Newby, Mark Spelman and Ian Whittlesea opens at Project 78 in St Leonards E. Sussex 12 September. 

2 September 2020

Tracey Emin Meets Munch Show Given Green Light At Royal Academy 

The Royal Academy of Arts plans to go ahead with an exhibition bringing together for the first time the work of the British artist Tracey Emin RA (b.1963) and the Norwegian Expressionist Edvard Munch (1863-1944)

20 August 2020

Art At Waunifor End Of Summer Show Goes Online

Over the last twelve years, visitors have been negotiating the back lanes of rural Ceredigion in Wales to discover our annual End of Summer Exhibitions in the Cedar Hall at Waunifor.

20 August 2020

Major Chantal Joffe Show Announced For Arnolfini This Autumn

An exclusive, new exhibition from one of Britain’s foremost painters, Chantal Joffe is to open this Autumn at the Bristol’s Arnolfini.

13 August 2020

Larry Achiampong Creates Sound Piece For The Line Art Walk

The Line is London’s first dedicated public art walk; an outstanding, free outdoor art gallery, following the line of the Greenwich Meridian along a route which passes through three of the most diverse boroughs in the UK (Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich) To mark the 5th anniversary of the critically acclaimed art walk, The Line is delighted to announce the launch on 29th August of Sanko-time – a new, specially commissioned audio work by British Ghanaian artist, Larry Achiampong.

30 July 2020

Martin Creed: Three Toasts and Some Broccoli Hauser & Wirth Online

Martin Creed has become known for hugely varied work, which is by turns uncompromising, entertaining, shocking and beautiful. A new online presentation at Hauser & Wirth opening on 8 August assembles selected paintings, drawings, sculptures, tapestry, video and music. 

23 July 2020

Emergence & Transformation – IAP Fine Art Online Exhibition

This exhibition comprises carefully selected works that reflect—with both humour and seriousness—our collective human experience during the global pandemic and lockdown.

2 July 2020

Cure3 Announces Line Up Of Top Artists For 2020

The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, in association with Bonhams and Artwise, has announced the complete list of participating artists for Cure3 2020. This is the 3rd edition of the acclaimed selling exhibition, devised to raise awareness and funds for curative Parkinson’s research. Cure3 is an opportunity to buy original artworks by a host of celebrated artists whilst […]

1 July 2020

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Queer Frontiers: Moves Online For Annual Pride Exhibition

This year the exhibition is back with a diverse collection of artists from around the world. Works can be purchased on the website and delivered directly to your home.

14 June 2020

The People Behind Community Is Kindness Billboard Campaign – Revd Jonathan Evens

There was a moment, writes Mark Dean, Chaplain & Interfaith Adviser to University of Arts London, corresponding to, but not defined by the lockdown

11 June 2020

Marcus Lyall: Scream the House Down A Socially-Distanced Art Installation Unveiled

You are invited to vocalise your inner frustrations and power a large-scale light installation.

11 June 2020

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Sotheby’s Rembrandt Self Portrait Should Be Returned To Holland

Sotheby’s announced this week that a small, delicate Rembrandt self-portrait is to be auctioned on July 28th, here in London. The painting is unusually intimate, (about 17 x 22cm) and was painted in 1632 when the artist was 26 years old. 

4 June 2020

National Gallery Extends Titian Exhibition in London

The National Gallery has announced that the universally acclaimed exhibition Titian: Love, Desire, Death will be extended due to the generosity of its partners and lenders. The show will reopen when the National Gallery does. The gallery was forced to shut on 18 March 2020 due to COVID-19.  

27 May 2020

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Joe Machine Unseen Spring A Virtual Exhibition – Edward Lucie Smith

Joe Machine The London Magazine Online: The pandemic, for all its woes, has brought a few benefits with it. In the art world, one of the most conspicuous of these is the multiplication and diversification of the places where you can see images, as opposed to having to trek to a gallery of some kind where you can see the supposedly ‘real thing’.

27 April 2020

The Line Launches Online To Celebrate 5th Anniversary

The Line was Established in 2015, as London’s first dedicated public art walk. Following the Line of the Greenwich Meridian between Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and The O2.

23 April 2020

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Outside The Box: Hauser & Wirth Launch First VR Exhibition 

In its Future Menorca Space Using New HWVR Technology Hauser & Wirth have announced their first VR exhibition in the new space. The exhibition features works by Louise Bourgeois, Mark Bradford, Charles Gaines, Ellen Gallagher, Jenny Holzer, Roni Horn, Luchita Hurtado, Mike Kelley, Glenn Ligon, Damon McCarthy, Paul McCarthy, Bruce Nauman, Lorna Simpson and Lawrence Weiner.

16 April 2020

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Artemisia Gentileschi A Retrospective – Edward Lucie-Smith

The much-anticipated Artemisia Gentileschi exhibition at the National Gallery in London has now been indefinitely postponed, to the disappointment of many.

13 April 2020

Rashid Johnson Online Coronavirus Pandemic Drawings Unveiled

With the online exhibition ‘Untitled Anxious Red Drawings,’ American artist Rashid Johnson introduces a selection of new works made since the onset of the global coronavirus pandemic.

8 April 2020

Henry Moore Foundation Edmund de Waal Show Postponed Until 2021

This Living Hand, the exhibition curated by artist and writer Edmund de Waal for the Henry Moore Foundation, has now been postponed until 2021.

12 March 2020

Gustave Moreau: The Fables A New Exhibition At Waddesdon Manor 

Gustave Moreau (1826-98) is one of the most brilliant and influential artists of the French Symbolist movement, and this exhibition reveals some of the most extraordinary works he ever made, unseen in public for over a century.

4 March 2020

Bartholomew Beal: A Heap of Broken Images – Edward Lucie-Smith

The new Masculinities show at the Barbican, excellent and comprehensive as it is, contains – for me at least – one striking omission. There was no work, or group of works, by the young British artist Bartholomew Beal.

27 February 2020

Christopher Wool To Exhibit New Works On Paper In London

Galerie Max Hetzler, London has announced an exhibition of new works on paper and sculptures by Christopher Wool. This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in the UK since 2006 and the eighth solo show with Galerie Max Hetzler since 1989. Integrating both mechanical and analogue processes, the works on paper combine a silkscreen […]