Search Results for "Bridget Riley"

4 June 2018

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London Art Exhibition Round-Up June 2018 – Paul Carey-Kent

The noted writer and curator Paul Carey-Kent gives us his rolling ten recommended contemporary art shows in London now.

30 April 2018

Shape Of Light: Photography’s Relationship With Abstract Art – Tate Modern

London 30 April: Tate Modern reveals the intertwined stories of photography and abstract art in a new exhibition.

28 February 2018

London’s Latest Must-See Photography Exhibitions

There are some thought-provoking and informative photography exhibitions on show in London at the moment. Ranging from the Barbican’s Another Kind of Life: Photography...

10 January 2018

Troubled Schwitters Merz Barn May Be Exported To China

The troubled Merz Barn in Langdale, Cumbria once used by the artist Kurt Schwitters as a studio, after escaping the Nazis in the 1940s...

21 November 2017

Lubaina Himid: Lost Voices Of Slavery – Walker Art Gallery – Alice Lenkiewicz

Lubaina Himid's significant starting point for her exhibition 'Naming the Money', at the Walker Art Gallery is

26 October 2017

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Monochrome: A World Void Of Colour Explored At The National Gallery

Monochrome: Painting in Black And White is an extraordinary new show at the National Gallery in London.

11 October 2017

Frieze London Reports Strong Sales And Robust Institutional Support 2017 Round-Up

Frieze London which closed on Sunday 8th October has brought together more than 160 galleries from 31 countries and driven strong sales across the...

9 October 2017

Lubaina Himid: Turner Prize Nominee Unveils New Liverpool Exhibition

The Turner Prize-nominated Lubaina Himid presents Meticulous Observations and Naming the Money, a powerful new exhibition at Liverpool’s Walker Art Gallery.

16 August 2017

The National Gallery Goes Monochrome For New B&W Exhibition

The National Gallery, this Autumn goes monochrome on a journey through a world of shadow and light.

26 July 2017

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Banksy Balloon Girl Tops Poll of The Nation’s Favourite Artworks

Banksy’s Girl With A Balloon has been voted the nation’s favourite artwork. The populist poll sponsored by a new device which displays art as...

7 July 2017

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Benefactors Tim Sayer And Annemarie Norton Celebrate Hepworth Wakefield Prize Win

Tim Sayer and Annemarie Norton, whose personal collection, built up over the last five decades was generously donated to the Hepworth Wakefield last year...

6 July 2017

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Hepworth Wakefield Wins Prestigious Museum Of The Year £100,000 Prize

The Hepworth Wakefield has won this year’s Museum of The Year Award. The gallery located in West Yorkshire has beaten Tate Modern, the Lapworth...

19 June 2017

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Clifford Chance Showcases LGBT Art In 2017 International Exhibition Series

Clifford Chance is again celebrating Gay Pride with an international series of exhibitions showcasing the work of some of the best lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

26 May 2017

Tate Announces Blockbuster Line-up For 2018 But is It Too Safe?

Tate has announced its 2018 programme which covers all four venues. The forthcoming shows include exhibitions of work by ground-breaking figures in painting, performance,...

22 March 2017

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Largest Piet Mondrian Exhibition To Be Mounted at Holland’s Gemeentemuseum

The complete collection of works by Piet Mondrian at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague will go on display in the largest exhibition of the...

10 February 2017

British Council Announces 2017 Partnerships For 57th Venice Biennale

The British Council has announced their 2017 partnership with England, Scotland, and Wales in presenting three exhibitions at the 57th International Venice Biennale Art...

23 December 2016

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Top 10 – Richest Living Women Artists

Rich is a non-gender specific term. But what about the fact that the top ten richest artists are all male. Welcome to Artlyst's Top...

23 November 2016

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British Artist Mat Chivers Presents New Work At PM/AM

New work by the British artist Mat Chivers, his first solo show in London in more than five years is presented at PM/AM. Harmonic...

22 September 2016

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Hull City Of Culture: Rembrandt To Turner Prize Highlights Announced

The reopening of the Ferens Art Gallery following a £4.5 million facelift, the Turner Prize, an  exhibition of Francis Bacon’s Screaming Popes, Spencer Tunick’s nudes, works by Michelangelo, Rembrandt and Matisse from...

22 September 2016

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First Open | Post-War and Contemporary Art

Auction includes works by Sol Lewitt, Bridget Riley, Maurizio Cattelan, Dieter Roth Viewing dates: 24 Sep, 11am – 5pm 25 Sep, 11am – 5pm...

13 September 2016

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Modern and Contemporary British Art Takes Centerstage At Fortnum & Mason London

I’m sure all of Artlyst’s regular readers know how much we love an exhibition that thinks outside the box, when it comes to displaying...

13 September 2016

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Fortnum’s X Frank AW16

One of the most original art events ever to take place in London. Fortnum and Mason, the iconic Piccadilly store is the temporary home...

26 July 2016

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Hackney WickED 2016: Get Ready For London’s Super-Atmospheric Art Festival

Hackney WickED CIC is always one of the high points of the Summer art season. Not only is it located in the super atmospheric...

26 July 2016

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Hackney Wick & Fish Island DIY Open Studios

Your annual chance to explore the labyrinth of artist studios and creative spaces with over 100 participants in 20 buildings around Hackney Wick.  Studios confirmed to...

18 July 2016

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Antony Gormley To Suspend Life-Size Figure From Ceiling Of NPG

Antony Gormley is to display a life-size sculpture suspended from the ceiling of the Ondaatje Wing Main Hall of the National Portrait Gallery, together with a...

2 July 2016

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Henry Moore: £24.7m Auction Record For Important Festival Of Britain Masterpiece

Henry Moore’s ground-breaking 1951 modernist sculpture Reclining Figure: Festival (£24.7m) led Christie’s 250th anniversary auction Defining British Art on 30 June, the sale achieved  £99,479,500/$133,203,051 — which included...

16 June 2016

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Tate Builds A New Dream Palace In the forefront of what?

 In this latest opinion piece Edward Lucie-Smith gives us the low down on London’s ‘most significant’ cultural building since the new British Library No-one...

1 June 2016

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Top Art School And College Dropouts Who Changed Our World

Oh no, not another bloody Listicle! When I first got into writing drivel for advertising, using a numbered list format was frowned upon. Punchy headlines...

17 March 2016

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Tate’s Nicholas Serota Fears High Cost London Will Force Artists Out

Nicholas Serota director of Tate has warned that ‘London’s increasingly high cost of living is making it impossible for young artists to live and work in...

29 February 2016

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Tim Sayer Bequest to The Hepworth Wakefield Unveiled In April

A new exhibition celebrating the Tim Sayer Bequest to the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield, goes on display on 30 April. It brings together approximately 100 works...

28 February 2016

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The Tim Sayer Bequest

This exhibition celebrates the Tim Sayer Bequest, one of the most significant gifts to Wakefield by a private collector. It will bring together approximately...

23 January 2016

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London Original Print Fair 2016

The London Original Print Fair brings together 50 print specialists from across the globe in London’s favourite boutique art fair. Works of art for...