The eagerly awaited retrospective exhibition of the American artist Philip Guston, set to take place at Tate Modern in February 2021 has been postponed until 2024.
Cure3 is an annual charity selling exhibition. It was devised by Susie Allen and Laura Culpan founders of Artwise. This is the same dynamic curatorial team that was behind the original RCA Secret postcard project. Cure3 has established itself as a critical and commercial success and will take place at Bonhams London flagship gallery
2 July 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 […]
18 December 2019
The exhibition, AMALGAM by Theaster Gates, now showing at Tate Liverpool is an experience not to be missed with a poignant message for our times.
9 August 2019
A new exhibition of the work of Albert Oehlen (b. 1954, Krefeld, Germany) has been announced for the Serpentine.
13 November 2017
An important portrait by Francis Bacon of his friend/rival Lucian Freud is to be shown in Tate Britain’s landmark exhibition
24 September 2017
RIBA is presenting a new exhibition of Pablo Bronstein. Titled Conservatism, or The Long Reign of Pseudo Georgian Architecture this is the third in a series of specially commissioned exhibitions with artists.
6 March 2017
A major new Jenny Holzer exhibition at Blenheim Palace has been announced for September.
30 January 2017
The first solo exhibition of Pablo Picasso’s work ever to be held at Tate Modern was announced today, 30 January.
16 January 2017
The 20th-century Abstract painter Josef Albers is presented in a new exhibition at the David Zwirner Gallery in London exploring Albers focus on one color. This was a concept that held a pervasive place in the artist’s oeuvre. Sunny Side Up, a trove of paintings in which yellow dominates, is drawn from five decades of the artist’s work and […]
3 January 2017
To commemorate the centenary of the Russian Revolution, the Royal Academy of Arts is presenting a new exhibition titled Revolution: Russian Art 1917 – 1932.
Christopher Le Brun, painter and president of the Royal Academy (RA) is set to exhibit a two-part show of new work, in the US next year. Christopher Le Brun: Composer, will be mounted at the Albertz Benda gallery in New York (2 March-15 April 2017) and at the Gallery at Windsor in Vero Beach, Florida (25 February-27 April 2017).
On October 21st the Artes Mundi 7 Exhibition and Prize in Cardiff opened its doors to the British public, presenting a major exhibition of work from six of the world’s most innovative contemporary artists. Artes Mundi 7 is the UK’s largest contemporary art prize, with the winner receiving the sum of £40,000. The prize is open to artists whose work explores social issues […]
A new exhibition at the Ordovas Gallery in London will explore Artists and Lovers. The show will trace a number of the greatest artistic partnerships of the mid-20th century to suggest how love and friendship can shape creative process. The show will be exhibited on Savile Row, London, from 16 September until 29 October 2016, and then travel to Ordovas’ outpost gallery […]
The first major exhibition of Abstract Expressionism to be held in the UK in almost six decades. With over 150 paintings, sculptures and photographs from public and private collections across the world, this ambitious exhibition encompasses masterpieces by the most acclaimed American artists associated with the movement – among them, Willem de Kooning, Arshile Gorky, […]
3 March 2016
Not long after the National Gallery’s opening of Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, here is another exhibition showing an iconic artist’s influence on subsequent generations. However, unlike the Delacroix, with Botticelli Reimagined at the Victoria and Albert Museum the very title suggests what to expect and so there is no disappointment involved. At […]
The Camberwell BA Illustration class of 2016 of which I am a proud member has just had their interim or “work in progress” exhibition. It’s really exciting to see the work my classmates are making. What I found people at the exhibition commented on most was the range of different media used by the young […]
An important private collection of works by Andy Warhol will be on show at the Ashmolean, Oxford, from February. In collaboration with the Hall Art Foundation, over 100 paintings, sculptures, screen prints and drawings from the Hall Collection will be exhibited alongside loans of the artist’s films from The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh. Cultural icon, celebrity and provocateur, Warhol produced images that are […]
The V&A has announced a new exhibition which traces the story of underwear design from the 18th century to the present day, considering the practical and personal, sensory and fashionable and exploring underwear’s roles of protecting and enhancing the body. Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear will display more than 200 examples of underwear for men and women, […]
3 July 2015
On the whole, this year’s’ Royal College of Art Photography graduates display a pleasing return to medium specific work and a move away from the installation based interrogations previous years. There is a faith in the image restored, it seems, and although there are works that engage with current photographic trends, one senses the emergence […]
AP Contemporary proudly presents “RU : REUNITED” group exhibition by Oleg Tselkov, Alexander Zakharov, Olga Tobreluts and Gago Chtchyan from 7 July to 31 August, 2015. Opening Reception on 7 July 2015 ( Tuesday) from 6pm – 9pm Russia has the longest persistence in socialist realism art and restriction was until the dissolution of Soviet […]
Works by the Turner Prize nominated artist Tino Sehgal are presented in an exhibition at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin. This ties in with a further work by Sehgal performed during the international performing arts festival Foreign Affairs at the Haus der Berliner Festspiele. Tino Sehgal is not like other artists of his generation. The Berlin/Londoner represents a radical redefinition […]
Yesterday evening opened an exhibition of Duane Hanson in the Serpentine Sackler Gallery. The exhibition shows a collection of the artist’s sculptures produced between the mid-1970s and the mid-1990s. The subject of each sculpture of the avarage person, could be anyone from the society of workers. According to the press release, ‘Hanson sought to produce […]
Beards. Like ‘em, love ‘em or hate ‘em, Somerset house is bringing them to us in every shape, size and colour. Only open for the month, BEARD is an exhibition showing a series of photographs taken by award winning photographer Mr Elbank. Elbank’s concept originated as a collaboration with his friend Jimmy Niggles, who is […]
Made in Arts London is a not for profit enterprise that sells and promotes art and design by current students and recent graduates of University of the Arts London. MiAL offers the chance to support London’s emerging talent and be the first to discover a new generation of creatives.This exhibition at Central Saint Martin’s Lethaby […]
The deadline for entries has been extended to Thursday, December 4th by mail or directly on-lineatartelagunaprize.com >>> Contest sections: painting, sculpture and installations, photographic art, video art and performance, virtual art, land art. Collective Exhibition of 120 finalist works: March 2015 – Arsenale of Venice and Telecom Italia Future Centre International Juryview all the jurors>>> […]
Alison Black, www.artseer.wordpress.com Rembrandt did not invent the selfie: according to the OED, the image must be a photograph. But if the self portrait is an early version of this twenty-first century trend, Rembrandt may well be one of its forefathers. Although artists have been painting themselves for hundreds of years, not many did so as […]
Tate Britain Alison Black artseer.wordpress.com If you are looking for Civilisation in Tate Britain’s Kenneth Clark: Looking for Civilisation, you will have to keep on looking until the sixth and final room of the exhibition. And when you do find the 1960s television series, all you will see is a smallish screen showing clips on […]
Four internationally based artists whose work evades any conventional reading of the object of art is the focus of a new exhibition at Beers Contemporary. The selected works present a conceptual understanding of the constructed environment; through a re-‐imagining of context and materiality, the works consider our relationship of space as imagined, evasive, and unstable. […]
Remembering World War One’s centenary, which began with the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand on June 28 1914, The De La Warr Pavilion presents a selection of 19 prints by Otto Dix from his monumental 50 piece series, Der Kreig (The War). A major and rare loan from the Department of Prints & Drawings at the […]
Motherhood exhibition: Thursday 20 to Sunday 30 March 2014 (Mother’s Day) The Chelsea Library, Chelsea Old Town Hall, King’s Rd, London SW3 5EZ Mon, Tues, Thurs, 9.30am-8pm Wed, Fri, Sat, 9.30am-5pm & Sun, 1- 5pm Closest tube: Sloane Square Motherhood is a Chelsea portrait exhibition and book celebrating mothers, grandmothers and mothers-in-law, by the Lots […]
Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and JMW Turner at Turner Contemporary, Margate, will include a panel discussion to mark the opening of the exhibition. Experts will explain Frankenthaler’s life and painting process. John Elderfield, Clifford Ross, Elizabeth Smith, and “Making Painting” curator James Hamilton will join writer, broadcaster and art historian Tim Marlow. John Elderfield, a […]