14 January 2019

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12 November 2018

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12 November 2018

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30 July 2018

Christopher Le Brun Tranquil And Elegant – Lisson Gallery – Edward Lucie-Smith

I went to see Christopher Le Brun’s new exhibition, a solo at one of the branches of the Lisson Gallery.

23 April 2018

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11 December 2017

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19 October 2017

Everything at Once: Temporary Compartments Into Which We Plunge – Edward Lucie-Smith

Everything at Once is the hopeful title of the vast exhibition currently being presented by the Lisson Gallery + Vinyl Factory in the Store Studios space at 180 The Strand

8 September 2017

Vinyl Factory Pays Homage To Lisson Gallery’s 50th Anniversary

The Vinyl Factory who last year partnered with the Hayward Gallery to bring London ‘The Infinite Mix’, one the best shows of the year, is to stage ‘EVERYTHING AT ONCE’ a homage to 50 years of the Lisson Gallery. 

3 April 2017

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London Art Exhibitions Recommended By Paul Carey-Kent April 2017

Paul Carey-Kent Gives us his choices of the best London Art Exhibitions for April 2017

23 March 2017

Anish Kapoor: New Sculptures Burst Forward Into Outer Space

Anish Kapoor has announced a major new gallery exhibition of work at Lisson in London. The exhibition unveils a new series of sculptures covered in a permeable and translucent mesh, simultaneously wrapping and revealing the inner forms that are protruding and bursting forward into outer space. The geological, corporeal shapes beneath this skin suggest natural processes […]

26 December 2016

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Julian Opie To Hold First Major Chinese Solo Exhibition In Shanghai

The first major Chinese solo exhibition by British artist Julian Opie in collaboration with Fosun Foundation is to be presented in March 2017.

2 October 2016

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Tony Cragg Unveils New London Exhibition At Lisson Gallery

Tony Cragg’s fourteenth exhibition with the Lisson Gallery since his first solo show in 1979 will span both London venues. It features the latest works in Cragg’s career-long pursuit of his interest in developing specific groups of sculptural themes and forms. As always, Cragg’s radical and experimental approach to making sculpture produces surprising new forms and meanings that add congruently to […]

25 April 2016

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Cory Arcangel Exhibition Explores The Temporal Nature Of Web-based Culture

Cory Arcangel’s second solo show at Lisson Gallery London explores the technological obsession and obsolescence which underlies all the works in ‘currentmood’. Reflecting the temporal nature of web-based culture and the American artist’s own transient interests, the new works in this exhibition present something like a ‘listicle’ image dump self-portrait of Arcangel (who often shares his […]