17 February 2019
Exhibitions at the Zabludowicz and New Art Projects reviewed by upcoming curators who are students of the How to be an Independent Curator course at Central Saint Martins University of the Arts London.
Willem Weismann has produced an ambitious suite of new paintings for his exhibition ‘Basement Odyssey’ at the Zabludowicz Collection in London.
Emotional Supply Chains is a new exhibition at The Zabludowicz Collection which addresses the construction of identity in the digital age. Curated by Paul Luckraft, featuring 17 emerging international artists and including four new commissions, all works are drawn from the Zabludowicz Collection and produced since the year 2000. The exhibiting artists are: Korakrit Arunanondchai (TH), Neïl Beloufa […]
A new exhibition of work by Gaia Fugazza is opening 24th March at the Zabludowicz Collection in Camden. Her work is primarily interested in the routines and choices that shape daily life. Figurative images relating to intimate yet common scenes are set in intriguing and highly textured pictorial spaces. Bodies touch and gesture in delicate layers of pigment on glass, […]
Use/User/Used is an exhibition that is part of the innovative Testing Groung programme held at the Zabludowicz Collection in Camden North London each year. It explores the effects of 24/7 working culture and questions societal pressures to continuously perform. The show presents works from the Zabludowicz Collection alongside new live performance and dance commissions. Together these examine the exhaustive and depletive consequences of […]
The New Years Honours list has again been very thin on the ground for the Visual Arts, but on the upshot women in the arts have faired well. The List for 2015 has not reflected the contribution the Visual Arts sector has undertaken, despite considerable cultural accomplishments. It was truly astounding that not one noted British visual […]
‘There is a perversity in the learning process: We look backward at history and tradition to go forward; we can also look downward to go upward. And withholding judgement may be used as a tool to make later judgement more sensitive. There is a way of learning from anything.’ – Robert Venturi, Denise Scott Brown, Steven Izenour, Learning from Las Vegas, […]
Working across drawing, painting and sculpture, Kate Lyddon has created scenes of bodily absurdity and dark humour. A cast of characters, sometimes cartoon-like and often grotesque, enact a variety of nonsensical actions and poses. For this exhibition the artist has produced a new series of works, linked by the motif of trees in various guises […]