Marina Abramovic’s performance work
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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 […]
Xavier White’s Full Circle, a glass art exhibition ORTUS Learning and Events Centre, The Maudsley Hospital, 82-96 Grove Lane, Camberwell, SE5 8SN 16 July – 26 September 2014 With its spacious atrium and glass ceiling reaching up to the […]
Gustav Metzger: Lift Off! Is both a homecoming and retrospective exhibition for the artist which is currently being held at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge. Across the exhibition space Metzger’s creative activism and symbiosis with science is captured in a space housing […]
I so admire the work of Marina Abramović and had done my best to avoid reading about her endurance piece over 64 days at the Serpentine before I went so that I could experience it with fresh eyes. I was […]
A hitherto unrepresented artist in the UK, von Rydingsvard is newly re-presented by a survey show at YSP through sculptures of all scales. Hers are deeply physical sculptures that make no attempt to hide their laborious and quasi-ritualistic construction. The […]
24th May – 31st August 2014
DFW undertook a collective residency at site of Kurt Schwitter’s final installation. A reflection of the place and work made.
Adrian Lane, visual artist and musician
Childrens (and grown-ups) candid camera photographer www.ohanley.co.uk at @Elsie’s_Place
A fabulously nonsensical launch of The Owl and the Pussy-cat and the Turtles of Fun, a new book containing Matt Black’s Prequel and Sequel to Edward Lear’s famous poem, illustrated by Pip Hall, the evening accompanied by Jonny Fill’s Nonsense Orchestra.
Exhibition with work by the members from Making Art Work, an artist cooperative based in Maidstone. 6-9 June 2014.
Aside from a few decades in the middle of the twentieth century when abstraction and minimalism ruled and anything vaguely figurative was pointedly ignored by the art world, the human figure has been the most timelessly familiar and most frequently […]
The woods don’t look welcoming. Straying off the path, if you can find one, would probably lead you into trouble. The trees look dead, bare branches in the brownish murk. If we went in, what might we find? A scary […]