A brand new fair focusing on Contemporary and Modern art has been announced for London during the Masterpiece/Olympia corridor.
8 December 2017
It’s hard to complain about the big institutional shows on display just now
26 May 2017
For her latest show entitled ‘ cancelled’ the Dutch artist, Marlie Mul has requested no exhibition to be held at the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow. An empty gallery has been unveiled by the artist who pulled out of her exhibition at one of Glasgow’s leading venues. The only thing on show in the gallery are billboards advertising that the exhibition has been cancelled.
29 March 2017
The avant-garde collection of Greta Garbo’s modern art will go under the hammer at Christie’s NY, in its Evening Sale of Impressionist and Modern Art.
19 March 2017
JW Anderson curates ‘Disobedient Bodies’ The Hepworth Wakefield latest ambitious exhibition which merges fashion with roots firmly placed in fine art. Anderson is one of the world’s most innovative and critically acclaimed contemporary fashion designers. His exhibit responds to the Wakefield’s impressive collection of modern British art. This is the first in a new series of exhibitions at the award-winning gallery, curated by key figures from creative fields outside the visual arts, from fashion and music to film and literature.
The Lives of Others is two exhibitions of work by German refugee artists at Ben Uri Gallery and Museum from 29 March – 18 June 2017, while Chaim Stephenson: Between Myth and Reality at St Martin-in-the-Fields (to Wednesday 10 May) showcases work by an artist with a lifelong concern for people driven from their homes.
17 February 2016
Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art, the National Gallery London’s latest feature exhibition, sets out to give visitors the opportunity to (re)discover this important hugely influential 19th century master and to establish his enormous influence by exhibiting his works alongside those he influenced: household names such as Cezanne, Renoir, Gauguin and Matisse. Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863) […]
12 September 2014
Annely Juda Fine Art presents ‘Anthony Caro – The Last Sculptures’, the final series of works created by Sir Anthony Caro in the two years before his death in 2013, at the grand old age of 89, having practised his art consistently into his late 80s. The Artist was renowned as a ’60s radical’ in […]
Pablo Picasso’s Guernica is among the most revered masterpieces of modern art; but, it turns out, the last time it was exhibited in the UK was in a humble Manchester car show room! This is was in 1939, when the monumental painting was entrusted to a group of young artists and political activists who casually […]