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All hail the King! The heavyweight champ is in town, with the other contender to the throne also due in London at Gagosian from October the 11th. Anselm Kiefer is lead to Richard Serra’s steel. But for now it’s all […]
Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone – it’s time for the Turner Prize and the media’s annual attempt at creating contemporary arts own funeral. Roll on the cheap Warhol allusions – Ciara Phillips screen-prints are sure to draw […]
The Crossing literally opens Denis O’Connor’s show Defining a Line, by forcing viewers to walk between the gateway of its dual ladders, and underneath a lightening streak that bridges the gap. Atop is miniscule chair, equidistant between the two poles […]
It’s just one room, but what a room. Fifty years of work are condensed into what could stand as a mini retrospective of Frank Auerbach’s work. The landscapes are mostly the familiar subjects of Primrose Hill and Camden Town: Mornington […]
Rebecca Travis reflects on Northern Film and Media’s pilot project Connect/Exchange launched earlier this year.
A comparison between two ‘late’ work shows
5-11 September 2014 / An exhibition of works by 19 painters enrolled on the 2014 Turps Correspondence Course.
Walking through this engaging retrospective at the Tate is like seeing someone’s purpose come into focus and then slowly dissipate again. A slightly overloaded first room shows Malevich trying out various styles of his time including Impressionism, Fauvism and Symbolism. […]
Football Versus Art.
An exhibition about the beautiful game by the Camden Collective.
Southampton City Art Gallery has the largest collection of London Group artists in the UK. Victoria Rance and David Redfern make a selection shown alongside contemporary works. Rebecca Read meets the curator and looks into the underlying theme of representing women artists.
a virtual installation: beyond C O D E …
Marina Abramovic’s performance work
Saturday 26 July – Sunday 02 November 2014,
Matisse cut-outs at The Tate – Summer 2014
Henry and Rose Pearlman’s collection in Oxford
Travelling home from visiting the new Malevich exhibition at the Tate Modern today I am trying to understand why I have been so much more impressed with this show than the Matisse cut-outs that have been so highly praised recently? […]
***Please note this review is by Wayne Burrows and not Andrew Bracey***
August 28 – August 30, 11.00-19.30 August 31 – September 4, 11.00-17.00 I’d still like to see the Governor… takes place at Brewery Tap (UCA’s Project space) in conjunction with the Folkestone Triennial. This is the second opportunity […]
The first in a series of independently curated group exhibitions during Liverpool Biennial, Axolotl has an abundance of connotations, within the press release we are teased with curious narratives
Its ten o’clock, Wednesday 13th August, 2014 – armed eventually with an up to date Google Chrome and an Internet Explorer tab open in reserve it can mean one thing only. The 2014 IK Prize winning project has landed. Welcome […]
Currents has been commissioned by Edinburgh Art Festival, and is the work of Artist and musician Yann Seznec. Produced by Suzy Glass using computer fans donated by Computers for Charities the piece re-appropriates previously discarded technology into an essentially recycled […]
A major solo exhibition of prints
In ‘Horizon,’ a choreographed walk by artist Caroline Wendling for Cley 14, the walkers inhabit and become the horizon, reflecting the landscape; changing it from a line into a collective action.
100 Liver Birds have recently appeared on the streets of the city of Liverpool. These ghostly white birds, created by artist Daisy Delaney for the Liverpool Biennial, are subtle interventions blending into their grey urban surroundings. Occasionally their reflective surfaces […]