Author: Millie Walton

Richard Saltoun Gallery Launches Hannah Arendt Programme

Mayfair gallery Richard Saltoun launches its year-long programme of exhibitions exploring the themes of Hannah Arendt's seminal book 'Between Past and Future'...

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The Fresh & Weird Creative Energy of New Contemporaries

In the midst of increasingly gloomy global news, the Bloomberg New Contemporaries online exhibition is everything we need...

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Tate Modern screens Shirin Neshat’s 1999 film ‘Soliloquy’

A rarely seen video work by Iranian artist Shirin Neshat is revived from the Tate's collection, and will be free to view (when the museum reopens) until the beginning of February...

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Larry Achiampong: Relics of Time

A new film by artist Larry Achiampong reflects on how the fragility of the present brings hope for a more liberated and accepting future ...

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MACRO Radically Rethinks the Role of the Museum

The Museum for Preventive Imagination project at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome explores dynamic and evolving exhibition formats...

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Philip Guston’s Restless Creativity

Hauser & Wirth continues its global series of exhibitions reflecting on the influence and creative processes of American painter Philip Guston ...

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Digital Art & Animation: Seeing the Past Through the Present

A review of ‘Drawing From Memory’ the third chapter of the Hirshhorn Museum’s online exhibition exploring how contemporary video, sound, and performance artists are reimagining historical...

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Faye Toogood’s Assembled Artworks at NGV Triennial

As the NGV Triennial opens in Melbourne, participating artist Faye Toogood discusses light, materiality and how the Dutch Masters inspired her installations...

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The Art Vault: An Online Marketplace for Emerging Artists

Kovet.Art launches a digital space for emerging artists to exhibit and sell their works to global audiences...

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Rear View: Voyeuristic Images at White Cube

A review of White Cube’s online exhibition inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1954 thriller 'Rear Window' and the seductions of looking...

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Credit Opens the Doors to London’s Emerging Art Scene

A collaborative project by Modern Forms, Central Saint Martins and Kingston School of Art promotes new paths through London's art world...

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Painting the Collective: An Interview with Nengi Omuku

As Nengi Omuku’s solo exhibition 'Gathering' reopens in London, the artist discusses how her interest in crowds was inspired by protests in Nigeria and her own isolation ...

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Eddie Peake’s Green Screen Disrupts Piccadilly Circus

An episodic video artwork by Eddie Peake will take over Piccadilly's largest advertising screen every evening in December...

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