25 April 2016

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Brian Eno Lightbox Works Explore Light And Time Manipulation

The British artist, musician and composer Brian Eno has annnounced a new exhibition of lightbox works (Brian Eno: Light Music, Paul Stolper, London, 29 April – 28 May) The exhibition explores the themes that inform and inspire Eno’s particular vision of light and time manipulation. The new exhibition comprises an installation of six light pieces which seamlessly phase through an […]

23 April 2016

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London’s Yi Dai To Exhibit At House of Egorn Berlin During Gallery Weekend

The first solo exhibition by London based Chinese artist Yi Dai will open at House of Egorn in Berlin on 30 April. Ahead of Berlin Gallery Weekend, one of Europe’s most important art events, the young artist told Artlyst that she chose the place to open her show as the city of her greatest influence, the […]

18 April 2016

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Guan Xiao: Presents Flattened Metal At London’s ICA Through K11 Art Foundation

The K11 Art Foundation (KAF) is pleased to announce its second collaboration with the ICA, London: Flattened Metal, the first solo institutional exhibition of emerging Chinese artist Guan Xiao in the UK, which runs from 20 April – 19 June 2016.  Working mainly in sculpture and video, Chinese artist Guan Xiao (b.1983) explores how ways of seeing are now influenced […]

12 April 2016

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Royal Academy Announces First Major UK Abstract Expressionism Exhibition For Sixty Years

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, […]

4 April 2016

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Ana Milenkovic First London Solo Show Announced By PayneShurvell Gallery

Ana Milenkovic works across a wide range of media to create art that evokes surprising, provoking and multi-layered meanings. In the open-ended scenes and narratives of her paintings, objects lose their integrity and turn into containers for encoded thoughts and symbols. Milenkovic combines randomly collected photographic collages to reveal their visual and emblematic character. In this show, these delicate paintings are the result […]

6 June 2015

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Art Basel 2015 Artlyst’s Where To Go What To See Guide

Art Basel, which take place in June every year, stages one of the world’s most important art shows for Modern and contemporary works. They bring together 284 leading international galleries to the heart of Europe. This year’s edition of the fair sees a reconfiguration of Hall 2, creating a special focus on Modern and historical works from 1900 to 1970, a […]