sculpture

“I want to show greatness, fragility, softness and power.”: Alexis Peskine

Peskine's nail sculptures transform anger into hope and pride...

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Everywhen Dreaming: Richard Stone

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

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Casting Off: Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

Charting absence, memory, and loss through the familiar, reimagined...

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Eva Gold: A Bead of Sweat, Stilled

Simple yet loaded interventions at 3 Ada Road...

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Monira Al Qadiri: The Craft

Kuwaiti-cana? Exploring gender, politics and petro-cultures at Gasworks...

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The Manicured Wild (Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery)

Johnny Briggs and Evy Jokhova explore the gap where man and nature meet at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery...

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Treasures From the Wreck of the Unbelievable (Damien Hirst)

Part fantasy, part Hollywood, all Hirst. The master of spectacles hits Venice...

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Something Nasty Trickles Down: Benedict Drew (Whitechapel Gallery)

Exploring exactly what is falling from above in the trickle-down economy...

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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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Alberto Giacometti at Tate Modern

An extensive retrospective at Tate Modern sees Alberto Giacometti's works embodying human anxieties and alienation...

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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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Fight Fire with Fire: Cie Carabosse at Womadelaide (Interview)

Cie Carabosse go beyond firepots and flashworks with their Exodus of Forgotten Peoples installation...

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Architecture as Metaphor – Griffin Gallery, March 9 – April 21st

So ubiquitous we hardly notice it, Architecture is among our primary metaphors. Griffin Gallery explores the notion...

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The Beauty of the In-Between: String of Subsequence

Discovering the intricate beauty of the in-between...

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Krisis, Contribution, Conversation: Talking Photography (Interview with John Clang and Sama Alshaibi)

Art - asking the early and meaningful questions society is not ready to address...

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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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The Right Stuff. Rogue Taxidermy (Lisa Black)

Unsettling and incisive, Lisa Black's artworks ask questions of the viewer and our approach to nature...

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Monette Loza: Sculptures Monumentales, Hossegor (France)

Freed from the confines of the gallery, sculpture trails offer an artist some room for manoeuvre...

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A Reliquary for Eros in Ruin: David John Attyah

Two installations in mixed media offer an insight into the male psyche via classicist symbolism...

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Turbulent life, Noble legacy. The art of Mike Kelley

Sadly inhabiting the role of tortured artist, Mike Kelley railed against an establishment which eventually broke him....

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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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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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What Lies Twixt Production and Reproduction: The Original Image

Investigating the space between original art and its many reproductions, The Original Image demands full attention...

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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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Painting Childhood, Painting Memory. Malka Nedivi

Unearthing unspoken memories with visual prompts, Malka Nedivi charts a familiar Jewish story in her artworks...

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Collagist by Circumstance (Patrick Bremer)

Patrick Bremer was trained in oils but “ended up doing collage out of circumstance,”...

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Moving glass, Bending Light. Linda Sue Price (Interview)

Experience neon in a new way — not as a sign — rather as fluidly moving glass ...

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Duchamp, Cy Twombly and outrageous family (Chenhung Chen)

If one wants to be an artist it’s because they need to be one. The desire must come from within. It’s not something I believe can be recommended to someone. Chenhung Chen...

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