Tag: exhibition

Colonialism, Audience and Art’s Ability to Teach

An interview with Larry Ossei-Mensah...

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Realist Modes of Process

Govinda Sah 'Azad and the challenge of depicting transcendence....

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Tony Cragg’s Incidents

The exhibition presents the latest developments and formal innovations in Cragg’s sculptural practice with new works from 2021-2022 in stone, bronze, steel, and glass, as well as works on paper....

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Geometry, Dreams and Parables: Nazir Tanbouli

A preview of Nazir Tanbouli's exhibition Tales from the Golden Forest at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery London...

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A Simple Feast: Kristof Santy

La Grande Bouffe includes 17 paintings by Kristof Santy that iconise the ordinary and celebrate the ubiquitous act of cooking...

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Forever Changed: Various Giant Artists

FOREVER: CHANGED comments directly on how mass media, culture and production had previously been held at a critical distance....

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From Here to Where? Michael Kagan

It Lasts Forever is the first London show at Almine Rech by Michael Kagan, a Brooklyn-based artist known for producing oil paintings with large, expressive brush strokes. ...

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Talbot Rice Gallery announces After Work with Céline Condorelli

On view in Edinburgh through June – October, and exhibition at Talbot Rice Gallery....

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The Knight Divided, Nature Interrupted

The Twin Exhibitions of Richard Stone and Celina Teague ...

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undo undo undo: Vivien Zhang

Colliding motifs generate a sense of fluctuation and ambivalence, against a backdrop of repetition and certainty. 'undo undo undo' by Vivien Zhang questions our technological world making. ...

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Sunphase: Aubrey Williams

Uniquely evolved expression of abstraction in Caribbean art, Sunphase is a chance to see Aubrey Williams' rare works on paper...

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Ploughing Landscapes: Rachel Rose

Eggs, time transformation. Classical landscapes tilled for revolution in Rachel Rose's Enclosure....

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Hard Fast Love: Gail Olding

The sacred feminine in Gail Olding's manifest sculptures...

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Curatorial Frequencies: Jade Foster

An interview with artist and curator Jade Foster in the context of their latest curatorial project at Gillian Jason Gallery, London...

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Poetry in the Precision: Jordan Ann Craig

An interview with Jordan Ann Craig about the thunderstorms that caused her to dream. ...

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Primordial Whispers at Arusha Gallery

An epistemological exhibition on forbidden philosophies, folk knowledge and intuitive spirits via Arusha Gallery...

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Expanding Art Narratives: Jumoke Sanwo

An interview with Lagos-based artist and curator Jumoke Sanwo in the context of her latest curatorial project in London...

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Celestial Light: Mark Batty

Through practice-based research and collaboration with astronomers and geologists, Mark Batty’s work nourishes the relationship between science and art....

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Dark Ecology and Eremozoic Visions: Jim Naughten

An interview with artist and hyperreal ecologist Jim Naughten...

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Cross My Heart: Franko B

Insight into Franko B's solo show at New Arts Project ...

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Houghton Hall Opens Solo Show by Chris Levine

The British artist unveils a new series of immersive installations and light portraits ...

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Windows: The Artist Room’s Inaugural Exhibition

London's newest gallery opens with a group show exploring the motif of the window in postwar and contemporary art...

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Simone Leigh at Hauser & Wirth, Zurich

The American artist's first major exhibition in Switzerland features all new sculptures...

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Taking the Exclusivity Out of Art: Thorp Stavri

An interview with Eric Thorp and Nicholas Stavri, co-founders of the London-based curatorial platform Thorp Stavri...

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Intimate, Wild, Raw: Karla Black at Fruitmarket Gallery

A review of Scottish artist Karla Black's solo exhibition at the newly renovated Fruitmarket Gallery in Edinburgh...

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Barbara Kruger’s “Anti-Retrospective” at Art Institute of Chicago

Opening in September, the delayed solo exhibition will be the largest and most comprehensive presentation of Kruger's work in twenty years....

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Fluid Creativity: An Interview with Tesfaye Urgessa

Ethiopian artist Tesfaye Urgessa on his painting processes, images of migration and the feeling of being watched...

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Hauser & Wirth Menorca to Open with Exhibition by Mark Bradford

American artist Mark Bradford’s forthcoming exhibition will inaugurate the gallery’s newest location on Isla del Rey in Menorca with a collection of new works exploring marginalised narratives...

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Traversing Time: An Interview with Sutapa Biswas

Ahead of the opening of a major survey at the Baltic, Sutapa Biswas discusses her creative processes and the making of her new film...

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Rafael Pérez Evans: Perishable Art

Millie Walton speaks to Welsh-Spanish artist Rafael Pérez Evans about agricultural protest and the innate symbolism of materials...

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