Search Results for "David Hockney"

29 June 2019

FairforSaatchi: The Making Of A Summer Fixture – Simon Tait

A new contemporary and modern art fair at the Saatchi Gallery has just opened as a "pop-up" during the London Summer fair season. Organised...

17 January 2019

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London Art Fair 2019 Returns With Solid Foundations – Sue Hubbard

The New Year revels are over. It’s January, and the art world is back to work. The first sign of this stirring is the...

23 September 2018

Frank Dunphy: Damien Hirst Manager’s Art Collection Sells For Millions At Sotheby’s

Sotheby’s, London, have sold the collection of Damien Hirst's business manager, mentor and ‘partner in crime’, Frank Dunphy for a total of £10,088,125 million

19 February 2018

New York Now: Art Exhibitions Winter 2018 – Ilka Scobie

New Museum 2018 Triennial: Songs For Sabotage until May 27

15 June 2017

National Portrait Gallery Receives £9.4m From National Lottery Towards £35.5m Refurbishment

The National Portrait Gallery is to receive £9.4 million from The National Lottery towards a £35.5m refurbishment programme, which will be the Gallery’s biggest...

23 December 2016

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Young Gods Celebrates Tenth Curated Exhibition Fresh From London Art Schools

The tenth edition of Young Gods, curated by Zavier Ellis, which opens at CHARLIE SMITH LONDON on 13 January is always an important exhibition...

23 April 2016

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Lucian Freud Self Portrait Given To The Nation Via Tax Lieu scheme

 ‘The way you paint yourself you’ve got to try and paint yourself as another person. Looking in the mirror is a strain in a...

26 August 2015

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When investment tore the heart out of art.

Art was originally associated with magic. It had sacred purpose. Magic. It is claimed that Tan-Tan, like the later and more famous, Venus of...

22 July 2015

Summer Art Exhibitions Not To Miss in London In 2015 By Paul Carey – Kent

Paul Carey-Kent one of London’s leading art critics give us his choices for summer art exhibitions not to miss. ‘Matthew Higgs and Clive Hodgson’ & ‘Figuratively’ @ Wilkinson,...

10 July 2014

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Inventing Temperature: New Exhibition Explores The Notion Of Science As Truth-keeper

Inventing Temperature an exhibition presented at the The Korean Cultural Centre, UK was inspired by a philosopher of science Hasok Chang’s widely acknowledged book...

19 June 2014

Trip To Art Basel Ben Austin’s 2014 Diary Day One

Outward journey – Gatwick, North Terminal, standing in long and winding line to check in at the Easy Jet counter. Now, under normal circumstances...

21 August 2013

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Garage Mounts First Exhibition of John Baldessari’s Work in Russia

The first exhibition of John Baldessari’s work in Russia, 1+1=1, will present the artist’s most recent compprhensive series of paintings that offer a playful...

8 September 2012

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Alex Katz Will His Work Stand The Test Of Time – Review

Frank O’Hara, poet-friend of Alex Katz, wrote a poem called “having a coke with you”, in which he talks about how a recent beloved...

27 September 2011

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Dafydd Jones: Scenes from the Art World

Idea Generation Gallery presents the first major exhibition by arts society photographer and pioneer, Dafydd Jones. Working in London and New York, Dafydd has...

17 August 2011

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RCA Black

The Royal College of Art, in collaboration with the African and African Caribbean Design Diaspora (AACDD), is delighted to present RCA Black, an exhibition...