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First Ever Survey of Honey-Suckle Company Works

Omnibus presents key aspects of Honey-Suckle Company’s work, revealing the group’s past, present and future through an amalgamation of existing works within new installations....

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Emii Alrai Presents Tutelaries in London Solo Debut

A new installation of sculptures echo ancient tombs and their spiritual presence to express the concept of safety usually associated with a sacred location.  ...

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Artist Martin Roth Dead at 41

Roth’s last solo exhibition was centred on a desert plant stolen from the garden of Stephen Paddock, the man behind the mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest Festival....

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Time. Science. Erosion. Evidence: Fiona Crisp

Photographic entropy in work of Fiona Crisp...

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Art Basel Removes Part of Andrea Bowers’ Work in #Metoo Outcry

Bowers honours request by alleged assault survivor who states she did not give permission for her image to be included in the piece....

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UK Drill Rappers Collaborate With Russian Blood Artist to Protest Government Censorship

Skengdo, AM and Drillminister have collaborated with Andrei Molodkin to create three new additions to the Russian artist's Young Blood series (2019) based on censored protest music. ...

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Tasting the Statue

A sculpture on Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth made from 10,000 date syrup tins has inspired a new cookbook by artist Michael Rakowitz....

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AI: More Than Human

A major new exhibition is an unprecedented survey of creative and scientific developments in artificial intelligence, and explores the evolution of the relationship between humans and technology....

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Britain, Take a Bow

A collaborative artwork between UK-based artists, filmmakers, typographers, musicians and software developers examines the British social and material landscape since the EU referendum....

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Kara Walker To Take Over Turbine Hall This Autumn

The African-American artist, known for examining issues around race relations in the US, will create the next Hyundai Commission....

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American Realist Painter SJ Fuerst Presents Forest Fresh

SJ Fuerst’s works conjoin elements of contemporary culture with classical art forms, adding a playful twist to create a world where all is not as it seems....

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Truth of Consequences Marks Anniversary of Marjory Stoneman Douglas Shooting

Portraits of the victims’ classmates will accompany LA artist Mel Greet’s Truth of Consequences sculptures, which were created in the aftermath of the deadliest school shooting in US history....

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Niio Transforms Hong Kong Harbour into a Major Immersive Art Experience

The facades of Hong Kong’s prominent Tsim Sha Tsui Centre and Empire Centre are showcasing the winning submissions of the Sino x Niio Illumination Art Prizes....

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Arc ZERO – Eclipse Open At Bay Art 2018

James Tapscott's interactive water and light installation is open from now until 20 February at Bay Art 2018, China....

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A Timely Review of the Art Market: London Art Fair 2019

This year's London Art Fair focused on the various correspondences between the work of contemporary artists from Latin America and Europe....

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Robert Rauschenberg: Spreads 1975-83

This essay argues that Rauschenberg, as an American artist, repositions collage as a flat formal arrangement. However, the formal arrangement, whilst remaining flat, accommodates depictive content as...

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FR Awards Return to Truman Brewery

Three winners were hand-picked from the annual Free Range graduate shows to create new work that will go on display in their own solo exhibitions....

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‘Site Unseen’ Explores Making and Seeing

  ‘Darren Coffield’s ‘Orgreave’ ite Unseen’ is a group show inaugurating the new exhibition premises of Dellasposa in Lancaster Gate. A New Space for Contemporary Art It...

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Marie von Papen Makes UK Debut

MVP: London is the latest in a series of innovative pop-ups, including a former wharf in Copenhagen and an abandoned shipping warehouse in New York....

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Frieze Explores the Possibilities of Political Activism in Art-making

Frieze continues to be a key destination for collecting institutions around the world, enabling the entry of works by today’s most forward-thinking artists....

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“I Spend a Lot of Time Looking at People’s Depressing Dinners”

New London gallery Elephant West will open on 10 November with Dipping Sauce, British photographer Maisie Cousins largest show to date....

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Existing Beyond the Body

Nestor Pestana: Speculative design and the new human...

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Face-to-Face: Mary Kelly and Conceptualism

Mary Kelly, Face-to-Face, solo exhibition, installation view, Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London (2018)  ary Kelly’s Face-to-Face exhibition engages its audience with work that is at once...

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Lungs of coral, hearts of stone

Katharine Dowson: Internal beauty reflected in nature...

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Paintings, Flat Sculpture, and Non-Medium Specific Art

Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro...

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China Changing Festival Returns for Grand Finale

Southbank Centre’s China Changing Festival celebrating innovative contemporary Chinese culture returns with a packed four-day programme for its grand finale....

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Contemporary Artists’ Drawings at The Drawing Room

hy do drawings matter? Commenting on his education as an artist at The Slade School of Fine Art in the seventies, restaurant critic, tv presenter, foreign correspondent, novelist, and sometime Call...

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Bill Viola and Michelangelo at the Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts announced a ground-breaking exhibition starting in January 2019. In a first for the Royal Academy, video artist Bill Viola will be combining 12 of his works with 15 pieces...

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Painting and Research in the University

Jo Volley's 'Research Art' at Sassoon Gallery, Folkestone ...

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Neo Futurist Collective

Following Marinetti is a big ask the man called the caffine of Europe would surely approve of the publicity though. ...

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