9 November 2019

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Metropolitan Museum Unveils Plans For New British Decorative Arts Galleries

The Met Museum’s collection of British decorative arts is one of the most important outside the United Kingdom. Covering the 16th to 19th century

5 November 2019

Fifty International Artists Auction Exclusive Work For Torture Survivors 

A star-studded charity art auction featuring exclusive works by Quentin Blake, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Michael Craig-Martin, Howard Hodgkin, Patrick Hughes, Julian Opie, Cornelia Parker, Bridget Riley, and others is to take place from 7 November until 21st November

4 November 2019

Bahrain Launches Newest Dedicated Art Space

The Art Space is an art gallery, creative hub and cafe rooted in the Bahrain Bay Wharf, a new location for art and luxury overlooking landmarks such as the Four Seasons Hotel, Bahrain Financial Harbour and the World Trade Center.

28 October 2019

Peter Doig Curates Cult Figure Caroline Coon Exhibition

In her first solo exhibition in London, Caroline Coon is ‘The Great Offender’, displaying her large scale, didactic paintings at TRAMPS, from September 29th 2019. 

28 October 2019

Andy Warhol Tate Retrospective Announced For Spring

Andy Warhol Tate Modern retrospectivecelebrates one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. His life and work continue to fascinate and be interpreted anew. A shy, gay man from a religious, migrant, low-income family, he forged his own distinct path to emerge as the epitome of the pop art movement. Launching next spring, […]

27 October 2019

Sean Scully Unveils Exhibition At Picasso’s Château de Boisgeloup

A new exhibition of paintings and sculpture by the contemporary Irish/American artist Sean Scully (b. 1945, Dublin) has opened in Picasso’s historic former studio at the Château de Boisgeloup.

21 October 2019

Performa 19 Commissions Multi-channel installation By Lap-See Lam

Lap-See Lam creates ‘Phantom Banquet’, a live installation and performance piece spanning several rooms and informed by the language and hospitality of rituals observed at Chinese restaurants in Sweden.

21 October 2019

Simon Tarrant Explores Space, Time and Matter In New Solo Exhibition

London born artist and curator Simon Tarrant launches his latest solo exhibition #isthisnow? at gallery@oxo from 30 October – 10 November 2019.

16 October 2019

Amalgamation – Alexander Hinks Returns To The Cello Factory

Nearly a year to the day after ‘Defining Structure’, artist and curator Alexander Hinks returns to The Cello Factory.  Amalgamation, the title he has chosen for this exhibition, suggests pluralism rather than purity, symbiotic relationships over synthesis, a mutual benefit beyond sharing common points of departure or goals.

15 October 2019

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Liliane Tomasko To Present New Exhibition At Château La Coste

The internationally recognised abstract painter Liliane Tomasko is presenting a new exhibition of her work in the sublime settings of Château La Coste in France.

9 October 2019

East African Dreams And Dystopias Explored In Ismaili Centre London Exhibition

Dreams and Dystopias, East Africa at the Crossroads is a photography exhibition by Guillaume Bonn with films from Grace Ndiritu and the Aga Khan Foundation Dreams and Dystopias visually navigates the East African coastline

8 October 2019

Hogarth’s Place and Progress Reunites At Sir John Soane’s Museum

This major exhibition will unite all of the paintings and engravings in Hogarth’s Place and Progress series for the first time displayed across the Georgian backdrop of Sir John Soane’s Museum. Through these works, the exhibition will explore the artist’s complicated stance on morality, society, and the city, and the enduring appeal of his satires.

8 October 2019

Arnulf Rainer: 90th Birthday Exhibition Celebrated At Albertina Museum

On the occasion of Arnulf Rainer’s 90th birthday, the Albertina Museum is presenting a selection of his works from its extensive holdings.

7 October 2019

Montblanc X Philip Colbert Pop-Up Announced

A travel-themed pop-up sponsored by Montblanc in collaboration with the London contemporary artist, Philip Colbert opens between 15 – 20 October at 47 Brushfield Street, Spitalfields Market.

1 October 2019

Ai Weiwei Opens New London Show At Lisson Gallery

A significant exhibition by Ai Weiwei featuring a new series of monumental sculptural works in iron cast from large tree roots sourced in Brazil during research and production for last year’s survey exhibition, ‘Raiz’, at the Oscar Niemeyer-designed OCA Pavilion in Ibirapuera Park, São Paulo.

1 October 2019

Kara Walker At Tate Turbine Hall Plus Three Exhibitions At StoreX

Tate Modern has unveiled a monumental 13-metre-high fountain created by the American artist Kara Walker. Walker is best known for her thought-provoking investigations of race, sexuality and violence through the history of slavery, Walker has now created one of the most ambitious Hyundai Commissions to date. The sculptural figures covering the monument are derived from […]

27 September 2019

Liam Gillick: The Night Of Red And Gold – Maureen Paley

Maureen Paley is presenting the fourth solo exhibition at the gallery by Liam Gillick.

27 September 2019

Rose Wylie RA Picked For Gallery At Windsor Florida Solo Show

Leading British artist Rose Wylie will present an exhibition of paintings and drawings at The Gallery at Windsor, Vero Beach, Florida,

19 September 2019

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New Contemporaries Mark 70 Years Promoting The UK’s Best Emerging Art

Bloomberg New Contemporaries which has recently opened their 2019 edition at Leeds Art Gallery is a must-see exhibition for those trying to keep their finger on the pulse of the emerging art emanating from the UK’s top art colleges.

6 September 2019

Gavin Turk’s Latest Solo Show Inspired by Extinction Rebellion

The YBA artist Gavin Turk’s fascination with waste is a reoccurring theme throughout his body of work, exploring its aesthetic, function and value.

4 September 2019

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Bahrain Pavilion Honoured At La Biennale Paris 2019

Bahrain has been chosen as the guest of honour at La Biennale Paris 2019. They will be taking on board a major Pavilion dedicated not only to contemporary art but also to crafts from this Gulf country.

3 September 2019

Tom of Finland Centenary Celebrated With New Cumbrian Exhibition

A new exhibition in association with the Tom of Finland Foundation at Cross Lane Projects Kendal, Cumbria marks the forthcoming 100th anniversary of the birth of Tom of Finland (born Touko Laaksonen).

13 August 2019

Sterling Ruby To Feature At Gagosian Over London Frieze Week

Sculptures by Sterling Ruby will be the feature Britannia Street exhibition at Gagosian over Frieze Week.

12 August 2019

Yoko Ono To Unveil First Bristol Solo Show In September

INTERVENTIONS/2 marks the first time that the world-renowned artist and activist Yoko Ono presents a solo show in the city of Bristol.

9 August 2019

Jessie Brennan To Create Four New London Site-Specific Public Artworks

London-based artist Jessie Brennan has been commissioned to develop four new, temporary public artworks exploring the nature of life and work in the Royal Docks.

9 August 2019

Major Albert Oehlen Exhibition Announced by Serpentine For Autumn

A new exhibition of the work of Albert Oehlen (b. 1954, Krefeld, Germany) has been announced for the Serpentine.

4 August 2019

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London Art Exhibitions Recommended By Paul Carey-Kent August 2019

The noted writer and curator Paul Carey-Kent gives us his rolling ten recommended Contemporary and Modern art exhibitions for August 2019 in London now. Paul currently freelances for Art Monthly, Frieze, Elephant, STATE, Photomonitor, Border Crossings and World of Interiors, and has a weekly online column at FAD Art News.

31 July 2019

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Carlos Cruz Diez Installation To Feature At La Biennale Paris Grand Palais

La Biennale Paris, in partnership with La Patinoire Royale – Galerie Valérie Bach, will present “Transchromie”, a significant work by Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz Diez.

29 July 2019

Victor Willing Reassessed In Hastings Contemporary Retrospective

Hastings Contemporary is to mount the first major UK retrospective of work by British artist Victor Willing (1928-1988) since his death, charting each decade of his tumultuous life and career from his time at the Slade, his life in Portugal, and back to London and his untimely death from multiple sclerosis. Many of his paintings […]

29 July 2019

Paul Lock: Celebrating The Arduous Journey To Rehabilitation

Following his debut exhibition last year, Paul Lock returns to the Noho Showrooms from 24 – 29 September with a new body of work, You Simply Are II.

25 July 2019

Chinese Artist Zhang Enli Collaborates With Fortnum & Mason

Fortnum & Mason, the national treasure purveyor of food to the Queen, is collaborating with renowned Chinese artist, Zhang Enli to produce ‘Fortnum’s X Zhang Enli’ – the institution’s fourth annual artistic initiative, which will be in store from the 10 September 2019, including newly commissioned never-before-seen works by the artist.

23 July 2019

Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne Collection To Be Auctioned At Sotheby’s

Sotheby’s Paris is to offer the personal collection of Claude & François-Xavier Lalanne this autumn.