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Image courtesy of Xavier Solé Mora
Art Consultancy 21 Feb 2018 By teamcas

Artist Xavier Solé Mora to create a new digital work inspired by Francisco Goya’s ‘Follies’ for Aspen Digital Art Award 2017/18

For the past four years, Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited (Aspen) and the Contemporary Art Society Consultancy have been working together to uncover the most exciting young talent in the field of digital art.

Installation view of Alison Britton, 'Making It Up' (2018) focus on 'Trencher' (2018) image © Philip Sayer, courtesy of Marsden Woo Gallery
Friday Dispatch 21 Dec 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Alison Britton at Marsden Woo Gallery, London

One of the important and influential ceramicists of her generation, Alison Britton’s work has for decades been a sustained enquiry into the correspondences between painting, sculpture and ceramics.

Amikam Toren, Safe City, 2017 - ongoing (detail). Courtesy of the artist, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London; Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco and Matt's Gallery, London. Photograph by Jonathan Bassett.
Friday Dispatch 30 Nov 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Amikam Toren: Safe City at Matt’s Gallery, London

As concise and dense with ideas as a Japanese haiku, this show is the perfect way to get to the heart of Amikam Toren’s work. But you need to hurry.

GOOD GRIEF, CHARLIE BROWN! at Somerset House. Photo credit: Peter Macdiarmid
Friday Dispatch 2 Nov 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Good Grief Charlie Brown! at Somerset House, London

In the upper galleries work by more than 20 contemporary artists evidences the way the individual characters – as well as the moral, political and philosophical dimensions of the storylines – are a rich source of material.

Installation view of Michael Landy: Scaled Down at Thomas Dane Gallery. Photographer: Ben Westoby
Friday Dispatch 19 Oct 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Michael Landy: Scaled Down at Thomas Dane Gallery

‘Scaled Down’ shows Landy at his most caustically, brilliantly witty. A breathtakingly unsentimental gesture that perfectly encapsulates the issues that have exercised him for three decades.

Ndidi Emefiele, Untitled (dancing to wo!!), 2018. Mixed media on canvas, 180x180cm. Courtesy of the artist and Rosenfeld Porcini
Friday Dispatch 12 Oct 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Ndidi Emefiele: Pets, Parties and a Cuddle at Rosenfeld Porcini

These new paintings are assured, complex and pull the viewer in to explore the myriad details and references, as well as the exuberant materiality of their making.

Omar Victor Diop, Thiaroye 1944, 2016, from the series Liberty. Courtesy © Omar Victor Diop / MAGNIN-A, Paris
Friday Dispatch 5 Oct 2018 By Caroline Douglas

‘Omar Victor Diop: Liberty/Diaspora’ at Autograph ABP, London

Diop’s exhibition delivers important lessons in recuperated histories, along with a powerful serving of pure visual pleasure. Highly recommended.

Daria Martin, A Hunger Artist, 2017. HD film, 16 minutes © Daria Martin, courtesy Maureen Paley, London
Friday Dispatch 7 Sep 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Daria Martin: A Hunger Artist at Maureen Paley, London

For fifteen years, Daria Martin’s work has concerned itself with the relationships between performers and their audiences.

Installation view, Cindy Sherman, Sprüth Magers, London, 5 June - 1 September 2018. Courtesy Sprüth Magers. Photography by Voytek Ketz
Friday Dispatch 20 Jul 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Cindy Sherman at Sprüth Magers, London

In the global village of the art world, Cindy Sherman is a national treasure, and in this latest series of works she returns to the movie star, this time with the full pathos of age.

Guy Oliver, And You Thought I Was Bad? (Nixon T-shirt), 2018. Silkscreen on fabric T-shirt, frame. Courtesy the artist and Zabludowicz Collection. Photo Tim Bowditch.
Friday Dispatch 13 Jul 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Zabludowicz Collection Invites: Guy Oliver

Whether you are out marching today, or simply watching with dismay at the unfolding events, here is an instance of art and life coinciding. To quote the American artist Sam Durrant: “If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention”.

Installation view of 'Glenn Brown: Fantasy Landscapes, Portraits and Beasts' at the Laing Art Gallery. Photographer: Jack Cornish.
Friday Dispatch 29 Jun 2018 By Caroline Douglas

Glenn Brown: Fantasy Landscapes, Portraits and Beasts

So rich in images and ideas is this new show at the Laing in Newcastle that it is hard to know where to jump in. Glenn Brown was given total…

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