The eagerly awaited retrospective exhibition of the American artist Philip Guston, set to take place at Tate Modern in February 2021 has been postponed until 2024.
28 October 2019
Andy Warhol Tate Modern retrospectivecelebrates one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. His life and work continue to fascinate and be interpreted anew. A shy, gay man from a religious, migrant, low-income family, he forged his own distinct path to emerge as the epitome of the pop art movement. Launching next spring, […]
27 June 2019
The Cindy Sherman retrospective just opened at the National Portrait Gallery is a major blockbuster, illustrating all aspects of a very prolific career.
16 June 2019
The highly anticipated first UK exhibition of Keith Haring’s work has opened at Tate Liverpool. It is vast, covering most aspects of his work and career. This was my first experience seeing so many pieces by this seminal figure from the 1980s,’ in the flesh, so I was curious to learn more about the man.
1 May 2019
I,I,I,I,I,I,I Kathy Acker is a fitting title for this quasi-retrospective exhibition which opened at the ICA on Tuesday night. In fact, it would have been even more spot on to have called the show Me,Me,Me,Me,Me,Me,Me Kathy Acker.
20 February 2019
A major retrospective of the war photographer Don McCullin at Tate Britain showcases his images from Vietnam, Northern Ireland and more recently Syria alongside pictures of poverty in the East End and working-class life in northern England.
31 July 2018
Cindy Sherman’s groundbreaking series, Untitled Film Stills, 1977-80, is to go on public display for the first time in the UK, in a major new retrospective of the artist’s work at the National Portrait Gallery
22 September 2017
Often enough in his career, Jasper Johns has issued statements that say in effect: ‘Who am I? The truth is that I don’t think I really know the answer myself.’ Does this retrospective at the R.A. answer the question? Maybe not quite.
23 July 2017
Mersad Berber was one of the very few artists from the former Yugoslavia who managed to acquire an international profile for himself.
A comprehensive first European retrospective of the work of Marina Abramović has opened in Stockholm.
8 February 2017
It seems a long time since Tate Britain had a real blockbuster show. Even the Turner Prize, once a focus of popular attention, has received less and less publicity recently, to the point where the dissidents of the Stuckist Movement can no longer be bothered to picket it, even when the annual prize exhibition is held here in London, and not banished to some deserving gallery in the provinces.
David Hockney unveils his first retrospective at Tate Britain opening to the public 9th February.
A retrospective of work by the major 20th-century American artist Carl Andre (b. 1935 in Quincy, Massachusetts) is currently on view at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris. The exhibition Sculpture as Place, 1958–2010 covers the full spectrum and inner consistency of the Andre oeuvre, with 40 monumental sculptures, numerous poems and photographs, works on paper and various objects that defy pigeon-holing.
The world’s most extensive retrospective of the work of David Hockney. Widely regarded as one of the most successful and recognisable artists of our time, this exhibition celebrates Hockney’s achievement in painting, drawing, print, photography and video. The exhibition shows Hockney as an intelligent and profound interrogator of the essence of art. Over six decades he […]
John Bratby was a prolific painter, writer and something of an enfant terrible on the British art scene during the Fifties and Sixties. Born in 1928, he died in his adopted home town of Hastings, just a day after his 64th birthday, while walking home from the local chippy. Rather than create a traditional retrospective of […]
Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset, the famous art duo, are renowned for art work that has wit and subversive humour, so it should be of little suprise that the artists next project will create a pretend art fair within a museum. Beijing’s Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art will host a retrospective of their work, but […]
Ambika P3 and A Nos Amours present a major exhibition of work by the internationally celebrated filmmaker and artist, Chantal Akerman, who died earlier this month at the age of 65. Entitled NOW, this will be the first large scale exhibition in the English-speaking world of Akerman’s installation work and will coincide with the UK […]
22 September 2015
Artlyst recently attended the press view of the Royal Academy of Arts’ landmark exhibition of the Honorary Royal Academician, Ai Weiwei. The exhibition includes significant works from 1993 onwards, the date that marks Ai Weiwei’s return to China following more than a decade living in New York. The acclaimed dissident artist has created new, site-specific […]
24 June 2015
The day after the Summer solstice is a good day to see the work of Barbara Hepworth. However you need to ask yourself the question, is it still relevant circa 2015? Much of her work has a primeval feel to it with her love of natural materials from the many variety of woods to stone, marble and alabaster; the […]
Cedric Christie’s Massive Retrospective – Up To Now will be presented at the Sidney Cooper Gallery. It is actually a ‘mini’-retrospective of serial works by this well respected British sculptor. The exhibition brings together Christie’s two major fascinations in sculpture – the restrained and colourful language of serial minimalism, and, by contrast, the Duchampian humour of pop-art typography. Furthermore, as a result of an exciting new […]
The Japanese art star Yayoi Kusama, is probably the ultimate outsider artist – now her highly popular retrospective “A Dream I Dreamed” has opened at Taiwan’s south-western city of Kaohsiung. More than 100 pieces of the artist’s work are featured, including paintings, sculptures, installations, and documentary film footage. Her popular “Infinity Mirrored Room” was one […]
When documentary filmmaker John Maloof bought his first box of Vivian Maier negatives, he had no idea who the photographer was – in fact neither did anyone else. It was 2007, and Maloof was just a 20-something guy who knew very little about photography but sometimes frequented flea markets and auctions in search of subject […]
As a key figure in the Parisian avant-garde, Sonia Delaunay’s (1885–1979) vivid and colourful work spanned painting, fashion and design. Tate Modern will present the first UK retrospective to assess the breadth of her vibrant artistic career, from her early figurative painting in the 1900s to her energetic abstract work in the 1960s. This exhibition […]
The Shanghai Biennale is often referred to as the most important event in the Chinese art calendar. Next week will see its launch with the first major retrospective exhibition by a Western artist, Sean Scully. The exhibition takes place at the Shanghai Himalayas Museum, opening on 24 November 2014. The exhibition, Follow the Heart: The Art […]
Allen Jones has been vilified by a generation. Coming across as a kind Duchampian fetishist with misogynistic tendencies – Jones was an easy target. Way back in 1969 he made a a body of work that upset a great may people; three sculptures of scantily-clad female figures arranged in positions that enabled them to be […]
First Paul McCarthy’s ‘Tree’ Sculpture was vandalised in paris; and now, it seems it is the turn of another controversial artist; Jeff Koons. The artist’s retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York was targeted for vandalism shortly after midnight yesterday, this was reported in ARTnews. The vandal used spray-paint to daub […]
A retrospective exhibition of the work of Sigmar Polke (1941-2010) has been announced for this autumn at Tate Modern. Considered one of the most experimental artists of recent times. Alongside Gerhard Richter and Blinky Palermo, Polke was a key figure in the generation of German artists who first emerged in the 1960s. Tate will present […]
Chris Marker is widely acknowledged as the finest exponent of the ‘essay film’ and is best known as the director of over 60 films includingSans soleil (Sunless, 1983) and A Grin Without a Cat (Le Fond de l’air est rouge, 1977). His most celebrated work La Jetée (The Pier, 1962) imagines a Paris devastated by […]
Kate Moss has been one of the most photographed, enigmatic icons of our time, to Celebrate Beautiful Crime and Imitate Modern are presenting a retrospective of Kate Moss by artist Russell Marshall. The show will coincide with the model’s 40th birthday on 16th January 2014 and depicts Kate Moss’s enduring appeal as one of the […]
Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most controversial artists of the postwar era. Throughout his career, he has pioneered new approaches to the readymade, tested the boundaries between art and mass culture and challenged the limits of industrial fabrication. He has also transformed the relationship of artists to the cult of celebrity […]
7 February 2012
Major retrospective for Yayoi Kusama at Tate Modern reveals fundamental continuity behind the dazzling diversity of a six decade career ‘This is the press of London’, curator Frances Morris explained to an overwhelmed Yayoi Kusama upon the artist’s unexpected arrival midway through Tate Director Chris Dercon’s verbal introduction to her major retrospective; ‘they have all […]