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16 June 2019

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Art Basel 2019 Bubble-Wrap What The Dealers Said

Art Basel closed the doors on the 2019 edition reporting buoyant sales to private collectors and public institutions by galleries across all market sector....

29 May 2019

Guggenheim Bilbao Dazzles With Summer Blockbuster Exhibitions

Last week I travelled South to the Guggenheim Bilbao for perhaps the strongest Summer line-up of art exhibitions, anywhere on the planet.

27 November 2018

Tereza Buskova Chad Vale Primary School Birmingham Art Club – Jude Cowan Montague

Tereza Buskova has been running art workshops with the students at Chad Vale Primary since November 2017, and the results are strong and bristling...

13 October 2017

Unmistakable Art For Uncertain Times – Frieze Week Report By Zoltan Alexander

Apart from the usual twin events, the 15th edition of FRIEZE London, bringing more than 160 international galleries together and FRIEZE Masters

19 August 2017

Collateral Drawing Announces Artists For Fifth Exhibition And Publication

What do Rose Wylie, Gary Hume, Tim Noble and Billy Childish have in common? Collateral Drawing, the latest in a series of exhibitions organised...

5 December 2016

Jane England’s Turn and Face The Strange A Time Capsule Of 1970’s / 80’s Demimonde

JANE ENGLAND: TURN AND FACE THE STRANGE a new book reviewed by Paul Carey -Kent

10 October 2016

Team

The Artlyst Team Writers New York

11 June 2016

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Secret European Studio

SECRET EUROPEAN STUDIO Curated by Paul Carey-Kent Artists:  TROIKA : Eva Rucki Germany, Conny Freyer Germany, Sebastien Noel  France  Alzbeta Jaresova Czech Republic Nadege Meriau  France  Carlos Noronha Feio  Portugal Simona Brinkmann  Italy...

20 February 2016

Art Rotterdam 2016: The Modern Way With Bosch And Birds

A good fair needs a combination of quirky or spectacular extras, good location, plus of course  quality art in the main section. Add that...

9 November 2015

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Bread and Jam Series Launches Third Pop-Up Exhibition In Empty House

The Bread and Jam series gives artists the run of a near-empty, soon-to-be-remodelled house in Brockley. In the third show, eleven artists explore the territory...

27 August 2015

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Nicolas K Feldmeyer: Subliminal Spaces

Private View: Thursday 17th September, 6:00 – 8:30 pm Exhibition: 18th September – 14th November 2015 Feldmeyer’s work evokes a contemplative perspective of the...

20 August 2015

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NORTH: New Festival To Explore The Breadth Of Talent Within The Region

NORTH is a new initiative which aims to showcase and develop contemporary art in the North of England whilst provoking critical debate on the...

29 January 2015

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Sex Shop

Curated by Sarah Gillham, Jack Stokoe and Darren Nairn 28 Feb – 29 March 2015Gallery Open: Friday – Sunday 12-6pm  Preview: Friday 27 February 2015, 6-9pm...

26 December 2014

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THE PRESENCE OF ABSENCE

This exhibition curated by Paul Carey-Kent explores negative space rendering it as important as positive shapes in a composition. The works in this show...

25 August 2014

London Sculpture: Something Permanent – Something Temporary An Overview

Paul Carey-Kent goes out and about in London searching for the best sculpture in town. Galleries aside, London grows ever more artistically interesting. I...

30 June 2014

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THE COMBINATIONAL

with Sue Collis, Appau Junior Boakye-Yiadom, Suzanne Moxhay, Wil Murray, Sarah Anne Johnson and Catherine Herbert ‘The found and the collaged are dominant modern...

14 March 2014

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Into and Out Of Abstraction

Curated by Paul Carey-Kent.

2 March 2014

Art14 Stakes Out Its Territory Somewhere Between Frieze and London Art Fair

I don’t really know where to start in terms of a review of Art14, as it seemed to me like it was the ‘best...

25 October 2013

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It’s About Time

Curated by Christina Niederberger and Paul Carey-Kent Saturday 2 November – Saturday 21 December 2013 Opening evening with performance Friday 1st November, 6.00 –...

5 October 2013

10 Must See London Art Exhibitions For October 2013

Paul Carey-Kent picks the best of the crop for October 2013 What to choose in such a busy month? Most major spaces have a...

10 August 2013

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ARTIST TALK : Marguerite Horner: ‘Through Each Today’ Solo Exhibition of 21 Paintings

INVITATION  INTERVIEW of the Artist Saturday 17th August 2-3pm   MARGUERITE HORNER Though each Today 27th July – 30th August 2013   The Crypt St Marylebone Parish Church, Marylebone...

7 August 2013

London Art Exhibitions To Visit During The August Lull

Why is it that when the tourists arrive, the galleries close? Paul Carey-Kent takes a look around the London galleries and discovers just how...

5 August 2013

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Through Each Today solo exhibition of Paintings bt Marguerite Horner

This part of a two year programme on ‘Contemporary British Painting’ curated by Robert Priseman and Simon Carter and will become part of a...

2 July 2013

London Art From Deptford To Savile Row July Round Up

Paul Carey- Kent takes a look at a selection of new London art exhibitions for the month of July and discovers pockets of diversity...

29 May 2013

London Curve: A Dozen Of The Best Art Exhibitions For June

Paul Carey-Kent has a look at twelve of the more interesting London art offerings for June 2013. Including Painting from the Zabludowicz Collection and...

11 May 2013

Installation Art : A Look At Nine Of London’s Current Best

Paul Carey-Kent explores Londons top exhibitions of Installation Art.   You could argue that the main point of going to a gallery is to...

3 May 2013

Bodies And Movement In May : Twelve London Art Exhibitions

    Paul Carey-Kent former Editor at large for Art World Magazine has a look at twelve of the best art exhibitions in London....

20 April 2013

WOMEN TAKE CHARGE: 10 LONDON ART EXHIBITIONS NOT TO MISS IN APRIL

Paul Carey-Kent highlights 10 interesting artists who happen to be women!   No sooner have I celebrated women in charge than a glut of...

28 February 2013

London Art Exhibitions: Questions Of Space – March 2013

Paul Carey-Kent Gives Us A Taste Of What’s Unmissable For March   London’s art scene is too rich to take in at the moment:...

29 January 2013

DANIEL LERGON’S PROJECT OF THE UNIVERSE BEYOND THE BINARY

Paul Carey-Kent takes a look at the young German artist Daniel Lergon and uncovers the impressive narrative of Lergon’s work over the past decade...

26 January 2013

London Art Exhibitions Explore Unusual Materials In February Lineup – Review

Paul Carey-Kent discovers copious use of fresh new materials in this months London gallery art offerings. Maybe there’s no such thing as an unusual...

7 January 2013

John Chamberlain Confluences My Favourite Show Of The Year – Review

John Chamberlain (1927-2011) lived just long enough to help plan his retrospective at the Guggenheim, New York (Feb 24 – May 13, 2012) and...