19 August 2017

Collateral Drawing Announces Artists For Fifth Exhibition And Publication

What do Rose Wylie, Gary Hume, Tim Noble and Billy Childish have in common? Collateral Drawing, the latest in a series of exhibitions organised by BEASTON Projects.

30 November 2015

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YBA Artist Gary Hume Funds New £75,000 Goldsmiths Scholarships

The Turner Prize nominated painter who studied Fine Art at the south London university in the 1980s is giving the money to help art students from poorer backgrounds. Hume, 53, who lives and works in London and Accord, New York, said his own experiences as student had spurred him to support the scholarships. He said: “I decided to help because it’s incredibly difficult for […]

7 August 2015

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Artlyst Photo Special: The Fantasy of Representation, Beers London

Beers London presents The Fantasy of Representation, an exhibition exploring figurative representation in painting featuring the artist’s Hurvin Anderson, Francis Bacon, Gary Hume, Alexander Tinei, Dale Adcock, Scott Anderson, Sverre Bjertnaes, Alison Blickle, Daniel Crews-Chubb, Blake Daniels, Eckart Hahn, Aaron Holz, Adam Lee, Jenny Morgan, Justin Ogilvie, Lou Ros, Andrew Salgado, and Dominic Shepherd. Sverre […]

20 July 2015

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The Fantasy Of Representation: Francis Bacon, Gary Hume In Beers London Exhibition

Beers London presents The Fantasy of Representation, an exhibition exploring figurative representation in painting featuring the artist’s Hurvin Anderson, Francis Bacon, Gary Hume, Alexander Tinei, Dale Adcock, Scott Anderson, Sverre Bjertnaes, Alison Blickle, Daniel Crews-Chubb, Blake Daniels, Eckart Hahn, Aaron Holz, Adam Lee, Jenny Morgan, Justin Ogilvie, Lou Ros, Andrew Salgado, and Dominic Shepherd. ‘In […]

23 September 2014

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Christie’s Multiplied Launches For Frieze Week

MULTIPLIED is the UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions. The fair is in its The fifth instalment; returning to Christie’s, South Kensington this autumn. The event will be open to the public from 17-20 October, and will take place during Frieze Week, one of the most important periods in the contemporary […]

23 July 2014

Anarchic Art Event Celebrates 20th Anniversary With A Fete Worse Than Death

Last weekend, ‘A Fete Worse Then Death’ celebrated its 20th Anniversary of anarchic art activity with an event curated by Darren Coffield, Sam Walker and Alice Herrick. The Fete ran from 12-8pm on Rivington Street on 19th July 2014 with stalls & live performances from noon until midnight in the Red Market & Gallery. The […]

13 June 2013

Patrick Caulfield And Gary Hume: Of Visual Excitement And Sensual Slick

The parallel retrospective exhibitions of two prominent painters make for an exciting day at Tate Britain. These exhibitions are visually stimulating and an exercise in looking at painting, challenging the viewer with new ways of seeing and representing the world in two-dimensions. Patrick Caulfield came to prominence in the 1960s and is often inaccurately connected […]

18 July 2012

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Gary Hume Flashback Exhibition Opens At Jerwood Gallery Hastings

The Jerwood Gallery has announced a major new exhibition of the work of Gary Hume. Flashback, is a monographic touring exhibition from the Arts Council Collection, which traces a path from Hume’s early works to the present day, including some outstanding early acquisitions of the artist’s paintings by the Arts Council Collection, such as Four […]

21 March 2012

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Antony Gormley Collaborates With Sweetheart Vicken Parsons

Power Duos Create New Artworks For London Exhibition 20th century history of art is full of examples of power couples where partners in crime have created brilliant works of art in their own rights. Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, Picasso and Dora Maar, Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, Gilbert & George,Georgia O’Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz […]

23 January 2012

Gary Hume Makes His Nest At White Cube

Gary Hume: The Indifferent Owl @ White Cube – REVIEW The White Cube (Mason’s Yard and Hoxton Square) presents us with an exhibition of new works by Gary Hume – an artist ever-faithful to his trademark high-gloss lacquer paint on aluminum, and with a deepening interest in sculpture. Hume made his name, alongside the other […]