Reviews

 

31 August 2013

Sao Paulo Art Exhibitions For September By Douglas Negrisolli

Milton Machado presents 40 drawings produced since the 1970s, plus 11 videos will be shown at Galeria Nara Roesler. The comic book “A Hope...

26 August 2013

Disobedience: Annalisa Cattani speaks with the Curator Marco Scotini

Disobedience has been an on-going, multi-phase project curated by Marco Scotini. “Since 2004, “Disobedience” has criss-crossed the world and in every location has preceded,...

23 August 2013

PAUL CAREY KENT HEADS TO THE NORTHERN RHINELAND – ART REVIEW

There’s plenty to enjoy in a long weekend in the Cologne area, even when a fair proportion of the commercial galleries are on their...

19 August 2013

What’s On At The Sao Paulo Art Galleries This Week

OMA Gallery shows mechanical of draw in other languages The OMA Gallery mounts a group exhibition that includes the participation of five artists who...

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...

6 August 2013

Katja Loher: Tiny Microcosms Of Humanity Spark With Aggressive Beauty

Swiss artist Katia Loher creates “miniverses”: compelling video works that make a statement about humanity in a quiet and elegant fashion. These tiny microcosms...

3 August 2013

Latest Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo Art Exhibitions Explored

Independent Contemporary art Project, opens new exhibition Continuing the series urbanities, which reaches its third edition, Kunsthalle St. Paul invites the artist Otavio Cury...

30 July 2013

Conrad Shawcross Unveils Timepiece Light Installation At London’s Roundhouse

Timepiece is a specially commissioned, large-scale light installation by leading British artist Conrad Shawcross, created in response to the Roundhouse’s iconic Main Space that...

27 July 2013

Queen Elizabeth ll Coronation Exhibition Opens At Buckingham Palace

The Queen has departed from the hottest London summer in seven years for the cooler pastures of Balmoral in Scotland. The Royal Standard has...

20 July 2013

Marc Chagall: From Folklorist Narrative Artist To Modern Master

Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was a noted Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. He painted...

17 July 2013

Art At Lloyds Exhibition Highlights New British Emerging Market

Art at Lloyds is presenting an innovative Summer exhibition titled, ‘New British 2013’, showing current, emerging artists practising in the UK. The show highlights the...

13 July 2013

Latest Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro Art Exhibitions For July

Everardo Miranda and Gustavo Speridião present exhibitions in Rio de Janeiro Anita Schwartz Gallery presents, June 27, Everardo Miranda applies iron oxide by means...

5 July 2013

Groundbreaking LGBT Art Exhibitions Open In London And New York

Gay Pride is again celebrated with simultaneous art exhibitions in London and New York showcasing the work of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT)...

2 July 2013

LS Lowry: Uncovering An Enigmatic Beauty In The Proletariat

Natural figures would have broken the spell of my visions so I made them unreal – L.S. Lowry The decision to showcase the career...

2 July 2013

Jew York: Artist’s Identity Beyond The Mattzoh Ball Soup

When I first got the announcement for a summer group show titled “Jew York”- I was aghast! The yellow six sided star beneath the...

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...

30 June 2013

Royal College Of Art Graduate Photography Exhibition 2013

This year’s Photography Graduates at the RCA have put together a surprisingly subdued collection of imagery. Not that the RCA was ever shouty, but...

30 June 2013

Brazil Now: A Cross Section Of Art – New Exhibitions

Flávia Junqueira opens expected second individual exhibition in São Paulo Flávia Junqueira at the Baró Gallery ushers in the biggest solo show that she...

29 June 2013

PUNK: Metropolitan Museum Misses The Point By Locking The Safety Pin

Warning: This is not the Alexander McQueen show. I don’t think I have ever attended an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that...

25 June 2013

The Rise of a Paperless Society Explored at the Saatchi Gallery

The premise of this exhibition is that paper is on the way out. We’ve seen the rise of the paperless office, paper money is...

25 June 2013

Paul Delvaux Surrealist Master Of Tableaux With Neoclassical References

“I would like to create a fabulous painting I which I would live, in which I could live” – Paul Delvaux (1897-1994) There is...

22 June 2013

New ICA Exhibition Explores Feminism, Fetishism and Sexual Politics

If works on paper is a phrase you usually associate with genteel riverscapes, with irises in vases painted by silver haired septuagenarians in twin...

18 June 2013

Sao Paulo Exhibition Roundup By Artlyst’s Brazil Corespondent Douglas Negrisolli

Mauricio Parra celebrates painting at Mezanino Gallery The artist Mauricio Parra presents an exhibition titled “Old Place, New Landscapes,” from June 15, at the...

17 June 2013

Christian Vogt: Creating A Coherent Overview Of A Singular Vision

Margaret Street Gallery is back on form with ‘Today I’ve Been You’ by Christian Vogt. A mini retrospective of sorts, the show explores some...

17 June 2013

Photography Exhibitions In London: A Mixed Bag In June

Kerim Aytac reviews a mixed bag of photography exhibitions in London this month, with some excellent work to see from artists both established and...

13 June 2013

Patrick Caulfield And Gary Hume: Of Visual Excitement And Sensual Slick

The parallel retrospective exhibitions of two prominent painters make for an exciting day at Tate Britain. These exhibitions are visually stimulating and an exercise...

12 June 2013

America’s Conflicted History Revealed Through Civil War Photographs At The Met

Isa Freeling explores a new exhibition of Civil War Photographs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York where “humanity seems to call...

12 June 2013

Mariana Castillo Deball The Lives Of Objects At Chisenhale Gallery

This summer the Chisenhale presents a solo exhibition by Mariana Castillo Deball that examines the lives of objects in “What we caught we threw...

12 June 2013

Joe Bradley A Young Giant Among New American Painters

Joe Bradley is a young giant among the select group of heroic American male painters. When I entered his show at Gavin Brown Enterprise,...

11 June 2013

Venice Biennale Essential Highlights By London Gallerist Joanne Shurvell

The 55th Venice Biennale includes 88 official national participants showing in the country pavilions in the Giardini, at the Arsenale and in off-site locations...

10 June 2013

A Helter Skelter Of Art Presented At Royal Academy Summer Show

Today, Monday, 10 June saw the opening of this year’s Royal Academy Summer Exhibition now in its 245th year.  To some it is an...

9 June 2013

Tracey Emin and Peter Blake Prints Sell Out At Art Car Boot Fair

The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair 2013 got off to an engine roaring start at midday, Sunday 9th June. Now in its 10th year...