4 June 2018
31 March 2018
The noted writer and curator Paul Carey-Kent gives us his rolling ten recommended contemporary art shows in London for April 2018. 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.
Up Now in London – Paul Carey-Kent chooses his favourite exhibitions for March 2018.
21 January 2018
Art galleries opening all over the city with art as international as innovative. Given London, more than 1.500 galleries, its current art scene is one of the world’s biggest market; a strong rival to Paris, Los Angeles, New York or Shanghai. NOT EVERYONE WILL BE TAKEN INTO THE FUTURE Now, that Soho is no longer […]
28 February 2017
Paul Carey-Kent publishes his March Choices 2017 – Up Now in a London Gallery near you.
6 July 2016
Art critic Paul Carey-Kent gives Artlyst his recommendations for London Art Exhibitions around the Capital for July 2016. There are still a number of great things to see before the August drought. Katherine Murphy: Decay @ Patrick Heide, 11 Church St – Edgeware Road To 17 Sept: www.patrickheide.com Labour + Repetition = Decay (no.9), 2015Katherine Murphy gives obsession […]
14 May 2016
Paul Carey-Kent curates his choices of London art exhibitions for May 2016. His rolling ten recommended contemporary art shows are all on view now. Lisa Milroy: Out of Hand @ Laure Genillard, 2 Hanway Place – Tottenham Court Road To 25 June: www.lglondon.org Handbag, 2014, mixed media. approx 90 x 100 x 25cm. (FXP Photography, London) Lisa […]
2 April 2016
Paul Carey-Kent curates his choices of London art exhibitions for April 2016. His rolling ten recommended contemporary art shows are all on view now. Anna Barriball: New Works @ Frith Street Gallery, Golden Square – Soho To 7 May: www.frithstreetgallery.com Night Window with Leaves, 2015 – Pigment and beeswax picture varnish on paper, 235 […]
1 February 2016
In his rolling reviews of the must see art exhibitions in London critic Paul Carey-Kent looks at what’s on around the capital. Fiona Banner: Study #13. (Top Photo) Every Word Unmade @ David Roberts Art Foundation, Symes Mews – Mornington Cresent To 5 March: http://davidrobertsartfoundation.comEvery Word Unmade, 2007: 26 neon parts bent by the artist, paper templates, […]
31 December 2015
Paul Carey-Kent gives us the latest in his rolling choice of ten, together with previous choices which you can still see… In the ‘too obvious’ category are three rather wonderful painting shows: Auerbach at Tate, Goya at the National Gallery, and Barry Schwabsky’s choices at White Cube, not to mention (oops!) the double at Hauser & […]
28 December 2015
A truly immersive exhibition featuring a selection of 45 artists brought together by the highly influential American artist Glenn Ligon, Encounters & Collisions is a journey through the shifting attitudes represented through Postwar American Art. The ‘artist as curator’ has already become something of a trope, yet Ligon’s eclectic cast of artists is impressively comprehensive and, more importantly, sensitively considered. It includes […]
29 November 2015
Paul Carey-Kent curates his pick of the top London art exhibitions for December 2015 and into January 2016 Clem Crosby: My, my shivers / Rachel Goodyear: Fragments / Alina Szapocznikow: Sculpture – Lampe VIII @ Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, 6 Heddon St – Central To 9 Jan: www.houldsworth.co.uk Rachel Goodyear: Facing the Wall, 2015 Pippy Houldsworth has three shows by […]
7 November 2015
Never mind the various fairs, there are scores of interesting shows to see at the moment including plenty of big names: Goya, Escher, Fontana, Auerbach, Ai Wei Wei, Kentridge, Boetti, Twombly, Richter, Lanyon, Durham, Burri, Viola… And plenty more whose work I like: Rachel Rose, Emily Jacir, Nancy Holt, Phoebe Unwin, Dennis Loesch, Rodrigo Matheus, Katherine […]