CAS commissioned artists nominated for major 2015 international awards
Three North West Cambridge Development residency artists have been shortlisted for major international awards this year for their work produced at the site. The Habitation Artist Residency Programme is managed by…
Melanie Manchot, THE GIFT, at Bloomberg SPACE, London
“(…) we are in a period in which you could say the digital explosion of the last few years has ushered in a period of mass extinction of objects, the…
Fiona Banner, Font, at Frith Street Gallery, London
An important mid-career survey of Fiona Banner’s work opened this month at Birmingham’s Ikon Gallery, offering a chance to look across two decades of work and appreciate the development of…
Michael Landy, Breaking News, at Michael Landy Studio, London
Michael Landy takes a wry view of the world. Since the 90s his work has addressed the pressing political issues of the day, as well as delivering a good portion…
Matt Copson, Reynard’s Fundament, at Tramps, London
Matt Copson, who graduated from the Slade last year, is showing the latest episode in an ongoing body of work centring on the character of Reynard. Reynard the fox is a figure originating in medieval folklore.
The Contemporary Art Society-commissioned Century Egg by Bedwyr Williams will be showing at British Art Show 8 in Leeds, whilst in London Damien Hirst’s new gallery opens with an intriguing look at the work of abstract painter John Hoyland.
1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair, 15-18 October 2015
Europe’s leading art fair dedicated to Contemporary African Art will return to London for its third edition, 15-18 October 2015. A reference to fifty-four countries that constitute the African continent,…
Anna Barham, Skw, at Arcade, London
“Have you ever tried to clean a squid?” – reads the first line of the text work that is part of Anna Barham’s new show at Arcade gallery in Shoreditch. …
On Herald St
The pace is picking up, people, so before another slew of openings next week, make sure you swoop on Herald Street and check in with a trio of shows all taking on painting from very different angles.
Varda Caivano at Victoria Miro Gallery, London
Varda Caivano’s third show with her London gallery allows us an in-depth view of her evolving practice. For over a decade now, Caivano has been singled out for the integrity of her negotiations of painting as a proposition.