Hepworth Wakefield is holding a highly acclaimed exhibition of the work of Polish artist Alina Szapocznikow (1926–1973), which highlights how the artist’s work developed from classically figurative sculptures to her later, politically charged, ‘awkward objects’.
Thomas J. Price
Through sculpture, moving image and photography Price attempts to push at the subconscious social boundaries around the image of black males in society.
Painting by Lothar Götz donated to The Collection and Usher Gallery, Lincoln
The acrylic on board painting is a unique example of the colours and forms that Götz uses for his large scales murals and immersive architectural displays.
Juha Pekka Matias Laakkonen at Corvi-Mora and Aaron Angell at Rob Tuffnel, 139 Lambeth Walk
We visit two shows in South London rooted in the natural world, with elements of the fantastical
Helen Cammock: Shouting in Whispers, at Cubitt Gallery
Cammock challenges us to reflect on how we commemorate and represent historical moments and people and to think about who is rendered invisible or unacknowledged by history and present culture.
Toby Ziegler: Slave and Nao Matsunaga: Blue & White at New Art Centre, Salisbury
While no claims are made for connections between the two shows, an acutely contemporary interrogation of their respective genres informs both bodies of work, and makes for an exceptionally satisfying visit.
The Contemporary Art Society acquires major installation by Dineo Seshee Bopape at Frieze London that poetically explores humans’ relationship with the land
The work will be donated to Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne, joining a collection anchored in a sense of place
On 13 October Leeds Art Gallery re-opens after a major restoration. A number of CAS donated works form part of their opening display, including work by Alison Wilding, Becky Beasley, Simon…
Grace Schwindt: Tiffany Vase, at Gallery Lejeune
These vases have been thrown and caught just at the very moment of disintegration, eternally frozen at this moment of collapse, on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
Tee’s work delves into craft, sculpture, performance and collage, to express concepts of cultural heritage.
Four portraits of “dolls” by Kate Davis donated to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art
Poverty-stricken children in the nineteenth century would stitch together discarded shoes, bones and fabric scraps to conjure what would somewhat resemble a little doll.