galleries

New Platform Allows Galleries to Create Virtual-Reality Exhibitions Using 3D-Scanning Technology

Vortic offers galleries customisable virtual gallery spaces to show their art using virtual and augmented reality technology....

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Hymns to the Silence: Ephrem Solomon at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

Deeply personal portraiture with strong socio-political purpose...

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Eyes on the Prize for Bloomberg New Contemporaries

Student artists chase the Bloomberg prize at the Baltic...

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Frieze London International Art Fair 2017

Subverting, and sometimes satisfying expectations, Frieze returns to London...

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Everywhen Dreaming: Richard Stone

Capturing the essence of 'an English dreaming' at Kristen Hjellegjerde Gallery...

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A Handful of Dust (Whitechapel Gallery)

All we are is dust in the wind. Whitechapel Gallery retread the inestimable wisdom of Kansas (and T.S. Eliot)...

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Art in Adversity: Magdalena Abakanowicz Remembered

Looking back on the life and career of Polish sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz...

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Viewing the Inner Billygoat: Self-Portraiture at Whitechapel Gallery

Portraiture becomes an extension of the artist in search of deeper answers, at Whitechapel Gallery...

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Is It OK if I Take A Quick Shot? The Trials of Curation

Art, controversy, exhibition. In introduction to the curator's metier...

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The Straight, White Canon, and How to Evade It (Interview with Collective Creativity)

Something Human curator Annie Jael Kwan talks to Collective Creativity members...

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Building Her Own Wonderland: Yayoi Kusama at Victoria Miro Gallery

Unpredictable and undiminished, art's grande doyenne trailblazes through her ninth decade...

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Subverting the Domestic: The 2:1 show at Safehouse 2

A shattered yet still comforting vision of domesticity conveys the reality of contemporary urban life. Review...

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Hanging Offence: Lily Brooke

Examining substantiality by (seemingly) avoiding the conceptual - curator Lily Brooke answers Trebuchet's questions...

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Oil and Acrylic In Your Face Icons (Darby Krow)

Spit, sawdust and an eye for colour - Los Angeles artist Darby Krow is no Hollywood hipster...

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Maser Lazar: Orbiting on the Periphery (Maser at Lazarides)

Swapping the street art of Dublin for Fitzrovia's Lazarides Gallery, Maser comes in from the cold...

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Debt, Housing, Creative Solutions: Construct the Future at Hoxton Gallery

Native's Hoxton Gallery show draws attention to the modern debt/housing crisis, but less typically, suggests solutions...

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Hanging Offence: Jo Melvin (Director of the Estate of Barry Flanagan)

Dr Jo Melvin, Director of The Estate of Barry Flanagan expounds on curation, controversy and the responsibilities of maintaining an artist's legacy....

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Hanging Offence: Sophia Contemporary Gallery

Building bridges between Middle Eastern and Western cultures by showing what they have in common rather than what divides them. Sophia Contemporary Gallery interview...

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Electrified, Stupefied, Exhilarated. Art Basel Miami

In the heat and glitz of Miami Beach, Art Basel Miami engulfs the senses and threatens to overwhelm the unwary. It's worth it though. Review...

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(Turk) (Must) (Do) (Better) A Critical Review of Wittgenstein’s Dream

Can we safely dismiss Freudian psychoanalysis with the lancet of irony? Or does the attempt fail? Gavin Turk at the Freud Museum ...

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Tick, Tock, The Biological Clock. Torshlusspanik at Vitrine (Charlie Godet Thomas)

Objects which are normally solid seem malleable and aging in Charlie Godet Thomas' current exhibition...

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Jamie Hewlett: The Suggestionists (Saatchi Gallery)

Hewlett's three-part exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery sees the designer and artist's first UK show...

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Life, death, pleasure, and pain. A female voice in Street Art (Jennifer Korsen)

The female population is largely unrepresented in the world of graffiti and street art. Jennifer Korsen is the exception...

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Shooting stars! 1967-75 in pictures (Led Zeppelin)

Exhibition of candid photographs of the Led Zeppelin's earliest years '67-75 where the elevation of youth, beauty and music combine....

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The decadent and defiant paintings of Nick Brown

The drips that flow from Brown’s landscapes don’t just enhance the unceasing presence of movement that circulates through his work, but they exude a ghostly aura that brings to mind the passing...

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An Uncanny Phenomenon: Wild Kingdom (Clayton Campbell)

Los Angeles media artist Clayton Campbell unveils a difference in perception between today’s society and past generations'...

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Hanging Offence : Kristin Hjellegjerde

I think it is often necessary for art and literature to touch on subjects that can be difficult. If people in arts don’t do it, who will?...

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Hanging Offence : Viktor Wynd [Museum of Curiosities]

I hope to see things that perhaps others neglect, so if everyone's momentarily interested in an artist I will look elsewhere....

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Trebuchet Talks

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Hanging Offence : von Bartha

More and more people will only buy with their ears and not their eyes. Therefore we must work very hard to educate people about artists and the importance of art in culture and society...

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