The international choreographer and director Wayne McGregor is curating a major new series at the Roundhouse with Random International.
The Hepworth Wakefield is presenting an exhibition of 25 works personally selected by Tim Sayer MBE
1 August 2017
Images sourced from various scrapbooks, albums, glass plate negatives and vintage prints held in Getty Images’ Hulton Archive have gone on view in a free exhibition in London.
31 July 2017
Bruce Nauman is the latest artist to be given a solo exhibition as part of the Artist Rooms series of annual free exhibitions.
31 July 2017
The golden age of ocean travel will be explored in a major new exhibition, Ocean Liners: Speed & Style, Co-organised by the V&A in London
26 July 2017
Jan van Eyck’s Arnolfini Portrait (1434), is to be the focus of a new exhibition at the National in London. It will be exhibited for the first time alongside works by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and its successors.
16 July 2017
A Hard World For Little Things is an exhibition consisting of two series of large-scale graphite drawings on paper and three sculptures by C.A.Halpin. The works are inspired by the title of a scene in the film The Night of the Hunter.
3 July 2017
Ralph Dunn and Ryan Riddington are two talented emerging UK based artists. Their practice explores sexuality within their work in very different but complimentary ways.
3 July 2017
An exhibition of more than 80 paintings by a now obscure generation of artists, exploring the realist tradition in British art, between the two World Wars has opened in Edinburgh.
Art Night 2017 is one of the UK’s largest free arts festivals. It is sponsored by the Whitechapel Gallery and allows anyone with a spirit of adventure on a magical mystery tour of the edgier side of the London art scene.
Some of Modigliani’s best known and most provocative nudes are to be reunited in London nearly 100 years after they were banned in Paris.
22 June 2017
A dual exhibition in Germany brings together works by Sean Scully and Liliane Tomasko, perhaps the greatest artist couple since Motherwell and Frankenthaler.
21 June 2017
Sculpture in the City, the City of London’s annual public art programme set amongst some of London’s most iconic architectural landmarks, launches on 27 June including works by Paul McCarthy,Martin Creed and Ryan Gander.
21 June 2017
Following the latest ‘Takeover’ in March 2017, Desperate Artwives’ are coming back to Leyden Gallery to monopolise the space once again with the theme of Midsummer Madness.
19 June 2017
The shortlist for the Young Masters Art Prize has selected eighteen artists from across the globe.
8 June 2017
Now in its 23rd year, the Camberwell Arts Festival has grown out of and celebrates the vibrant artistic community in Camberwell. It is developed as a partnership between local artists, residents and organisations and is co-ordinated by Camberwell Arts, a registered charity that aims to promote the arts in Camberwell – and Camberwell through the arts.welcome to the camberwell arts festival. This […]
Art Basel 2017 is a curated selection of 291 first-rate galleries exhibiting at the fair’s 48th edition in Basel. The gallery list for the Swiss event, taking place from June 15 to June 18, 2017, is a corker.
This summer Brighton Museum launches Be Bold, a series of collaborative events and exhibitions funded by Arts Council England and programmed in partnership with Brighton & Hove’s LGBTQ communities. The exhibitions aim to reflect the experiences of the city’s LGBTQ residents and begin with the acclaimed Museum of Transology.
Jamaican art has never been as experimental as that to be found in – say – Cuba, its neighboring island in the Greater Antilles. Cuban art reached out to the Modernist Movement almost as soon as it began. And Cuba has always had links to what was going on in the mainland nations of Latin America. Art in Jamaica, linked to the UK, remained consistently more conservative.
6 June 2017
The American artist Dan Colen (b.1979), will be presented in a focused exhibition opening in October 2017 at the Newport Street Gallery. This will be Colen’s first major London solo show and spans more than fifteen years of his work and will feature new works, including large-scale installations. “This show is the first time I’ve been able […]
3 June 2017
Food has long been the subject of both painting and film, conveying the sensuality of its shape, taste memory, and the understanding of its role in our lives.
31 May 2017
The Yorkshire Sculpture Park is celebrating their 40th anniversary this year with A Weekend of Wonderful Things 14–16 July 2017. Events include; A Weekend of Wonderful Things. On 14 to 16 July 2017, from dawn until dusk, visitors can encounter everything that is wonderful about YSP with a range of special events and experiences.
26 May 2017
Tate has announced its 2018 programme which covers all four venues. The forthcoming shows include exhibitions of work by ground-breaking figures in painting, performance, textiles, film and photography.
24 May 2017
The American artist Wayne Thiebaud has always had the capacity to create serial images that make us think of the likeness between art and life.
20 May 2017
Every now and then even a hardened old lag in the art business – yes, folks, I mean me – gets a nice surprise. Last month an artist I’ve known for quite a long time -Terence Ffyffe, aka Terry Ffyffe – asked me to come and look at a new series of paintings.
16 May 2017
Photo London opens their third edition to the public this week. The fair was created to give London an international photography event befitting the city’s status as a global cultural capital. Founded in 2015, it has already established itself as a world-class photography Fair and as a catalyst for London’s dynamic photography community.
15 May 2017
An exhibition of work by the American painter ‘Philip Guston titled Laughter in the Dark, Drawings from 1971 & 1975’, at Hauser & Wirth London opens this week.
6 May 2017
An exhibition of contemporary art by the renowned sculptor Andrew Logan will open in July at the National Trust’s Buckland Abbey in Devon.
6 May 2017
Infinity Cube a new immersive exhibition exploring the magical and natural phenomenon of bioluminescence – when marine organisms emit light – opens at Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
2 May 2017
Dunhuang, an oasis on the ancient Silk Road in northern China, is known for its caves containing some of the world’s finest examples of Buddhist art, created over a period of 1000 years. Millions visit this UNESCO world heritage site each year.
V&A’s Exhibition Road Quarter designed by the Stirling Prize-winning British architect Amanda Levete and her practice AL_A unveiled
30 April 2017
Marguerite Horner is a doer! She is one of the more active painters on the London art scene today.