Tag: painting

Majesty: A Tribute to the Queen

A life refracted: New exhibition explores the work of three royal artists who have immortalised Her Majesty the Queen in their portraits. 28th September – 12th October, 2022...

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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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The Concrete Uncanny: Jeff Muhs, Part two

An interview with pioneering artist Jeff Muhs. Part two...

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The Concrete Uncanny: Jeff Muhs

An interview with pioneering artist Jeff Muhs...

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Routes of Life, Ghosts of History

Post-colonialism is alive and well. As a discourse it has parallel pathways to power and capital through institutions and histories. It is a lens to scrutinise how facts are used to build myths and...

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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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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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Safety in Michael Rumsby’s Nature

Michael Rumsby on landscapes, loving life & joy in painting....

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Conceptual Art and the Danceful Process of Dialogue: Paul Sietsema Pt 2

Labours of meaning, stances of distances - an interview with Paul Sietsema. Part two....

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A Conversation Between Body & Object: Lee Ufan

The Korean artist prepares himself mentally and physically to begin each work and adopts specific bodily postures during the making process ...

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Conceptual Art and the Danceful Process of Dialogue: Paul Sietsema Pt 1

Labours of meaning, stances of distances - an interview with Paul Sietsema. Part One....

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Ghost Like Traces: Between the Ephemeral & the Permanent

A playful web of philosophy, cultural semiotics, and gentle manifestations of joy....

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The Knight Divided, Nature Interrupted

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

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The Being Beyond Feeling: Peter Van Dyck Pt 2

An interview with perceptual painter Peter Van Dyck pt 2...

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The Being Beyond Feeling: Peter Van Dyck Pt 1

An interview with perceptual painter Peter Van Dyck pt 1...

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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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People, History, Paint: The Rise of Gisela McDaniel Pt 2

An interview with diasporic, indigenous, Chamorro artist Gisela McDaniel on what narrative means. Part 2...

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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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People, History, Paint: The Rise of Gisela McDaniel Pt 1

An interview with diasporic, indigenous, Chamorro artist Gisela McDaniel on what narrative means. Part 1...

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Everything is in the Artist’s Favour: Danny Casale

Danny Casale on NFT’s, Positivity, and How to Make a $1000 Cup of Coffee ...

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The Politics of Genre: Shahzia Sikander

"Art history is deeply Eurocentric and tends to place art that doesn’t sit comfortably within its canon as the ‘other’ and never as ‘avant-garde’."...

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Water & Working-Class Women: Jill McKnight at VITRINE

Opening on 23 January 2022, Jill McKnight's first London exhibition will include sculptural works, drawings, prints, paintings and a new audio work...

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Bulk & Absence: Daniel Crews-Chubb

An interview with British artist Daniel Crews-Chubb in the context of his solo exhibition at Timothy Taylor Gallery, London...

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Thaddaeus Ropac Presents Solo Exhibition by Rachel Jones

Rachel Jones' latest series of paintings explore the mouth as a portal between exterior existence and vivid interior worlds...

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19.20.21: Kaoli Mashio at CASSIUS&Co

The Knightsbridge gallery and bookshop presents its third exhibition ...

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Jungle Rapture: Peppi Bottrop at Pilar Corrias

Glinting, tangled brushstrokes evoke the memory of overgrown industrial landscapes in Peppi Bottrop's first solo show with Pilar Corrias, London...

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The Perfumus Affair: Art Inspired by Fragrance?

A scented and colourful collaboration between Aspects Beauty and Runway Gallery uncovers hidden experiences. ...

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Means of Escape: Sarah Morris at White Cube

This Friday, White Cube Bermondsey will open a major solo show by American artist Sarah Morris...

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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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