Tag: sculpture

Frescoes & Faces

Muirne Kate Dineen and Paul Vanstone discuss their new exhibition: Colour and Form. ...

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The Gift of Surprise in the Community

Emphasising the ‘public’ in public art initiatives...

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Permeability and Reincarnation in Thao Nguyen Phan 

A review of Thao Nguyen Phan - Reincarnations of Shadows at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan...

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Arrival in Baksi, Discovering Responsibility, Art and Vuslat’s Turkish Emanet

A review of Emanet by Vuslat at the Baksi museum, in Bayburt Turkey. ...

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Rendering the Invisible Playful: Jo McGarry

A review of Jo McGarry, ‘In|Visible|’ (2023) at Seager Gallery...

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Remote Freedom: Vuslat Sabanci’s Emanet

A preview of Emanet by Vuslat Sabanci...

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Gavin Turk’s Reimagining of Richter

Painting the Glitch in the Matrix: Gavin Turk at Ben Brown Fine Arts. ...

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Frieze 2022

Paint rules the day at Frieze 2022. ...

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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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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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Alternative Possibilities: Céline Condorelli

Celine Condorelli discusses her practice and her first survey exhibition at Talbot Rice Gallery....

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Child in Time: Sculptor Emily Young

An interview with sculptor Emily Young...

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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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Iron & Light: Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan speaks to both the natural and industrial worlds with his new sculpture at Château La Coste....

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The Optics and Shine of Chris Levine Pt 2

An interview with famed photographer and light artist Chris Levine. ...

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Blood on the Tracks: Bob Dylan

Noble Laureate Bob Dylan exhibits his sculptures in the South of France ...

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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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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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What is Sculpture? Nairy Baghramian

Exclusive interview with 2022 Nasher Prize Laureate Berlin based sculptor Nairy Baghramian...

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Hard Fast Love: Gail Olding

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

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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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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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