sculpture

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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Art Objects: Martha Freud

An interview with visual artist Martha Freud ahead of her exhibition at Nonemore Gallery...

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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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Frieze 2021: The Return!

"It is the most exciting moment to be able to go back to a physical fair, celebrating London and its creative community after such a challenging year" - Eva Langret...

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Boobs, Boy Bands & Tentacles: Frieze London 2021

Our Editor-at-Large reports on Frieze London’s comeback with photographs by artist John Anthony Thadicaran...

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Blowtorching Peaches Creating Chaos: Heather Phillipson

A review of Heather Phillipson’ ecologically themed installation at Tate Britain ...

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The Hopefulness of Colour: Annie Morris

The London-based artist on grief, repetition and the solace of creativity...

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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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Marina Abramović Opens Two Shows in London

The Serbian performance artist presents two solo exhibitions spread across Lisson Gallery's London spaces ...

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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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Alberta Whittle: “I Felt the World Unravelling”

Turner prize-winning artist Alberta Whittle on her latest film and treating her audience with generosity...

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LAMB Gallery Exhibition to Explore our Relationship to Objects

The group show will include sculptural works by the likes of Martin Creed, Christo and Erwin Wurm ...

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Upset in Stone: Barbara Segal

Experimental sculptor Barbara Segal on luxury, commodity, and change in her work. ...

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Timothy Taylor Gallery Presents its Annual Group Exhibition “IRL (In Real Life)”

The exhibition will include paintings, sculpture and textile-works by twelve early career artists whose practices explore social and sensory experiences...

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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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Art for Life’s Sake: A Retrospective of Pioneering Feminist Artist Hannah Wilke

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St Louis presents nearly 120 of the American artist's works, spanning three decades...

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Material Transformation: An Interview with Holly Hendry

Millie Walton speaks to London-based artist Holly Hendry about experimenting with materials, responding to space and breaking down boundaries...

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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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Wabi-sabi: The Beauty of Imperfection at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

It’s not easy to exhibit nine artists in one space and create a genuine sense of cohesion, but Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery’s latest group show Wabi-Sabi achieves exactly that...

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A Year of Georg Baselitz Exhibitions

The work and career of German artist Georg Baselitz will be celebrated through a series of solo exhibitions in New York, Venice and Paris...

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Henry Taylor at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset

A review of American artist Henry Taylor's solo exhibition at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset...

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White Cube Presents Julie Curtiss’ First London Exhibition

Parisian artist Julie Curtiss' debut London exhibition will feature a bold collection of new paintings, works on paper and sculptures...

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Rachel Whiteread: Symbolism & Storytelling

A review of Rachel Whiteread's solo exhibition 'Internal Objects' at Gagosian Grosvenor Hill, London...

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The Fluid Sculptures of Richard Stone

Stone suggests almost endless textures and characteristics, requiring time and study to find the complementary partner to the artist’s vision...

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Things: Gail Olding

An excerpt from Trebuchet 9 : Materials. Conceptual Artist Gail Olding on the use of things. ...

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Spectral Illuminations

Light and perception experiments in the work of Barbara Kasten...

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Cathrin Hoffmann Debut Solo Exhibition

IT STILL SMELLS OF NOTHING features installation and sculpture by Hoffmann for the first time, alongside some of the artist’s largest and most ambitious paintings to date. ...

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Landmark Exhibition Marks 50th Anniversary of the Isle of Wight Festival

Wight Spirit, 1968–70 is comprised of new sculptures by Guy Portelli and a selection of photographs — some never seen before — by the late Charles Everest....

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Bone Carving of Bird Found in Spoil Heap ‘Oldest Work of Chinese Art’

Professor Zhanyang Li, lead author of the research, called the statue, which is less than an inch long, a “missing link” in the art world....

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