Winner of the Aspen Online Art Award creates a virtual world from the unique digital fingerprints of users
The £5,000 commission launched on 3 May 2017
London Art Fair 2017: Private View Invitation
Wednesday 18 January 6pm-9pm The 29th edition of London Art Fair, the UK’s premier Modern British and contemporary art Fair, takes place from 18-22 January at Islington’s Business Design Centre….
Noemie Goudal’s Satellite II on display at Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum
The Contemporary Art Society donated the work to the museum in 2015
Imagine a Memorial for the 21st century
Join us to take part in activities exploring ideas of conflict, resilience, friendship and support, while contributing to discussions about the purpose of a contemporary space for memorial in Walworth, South London.
Virtual World created from our digital fingerprints commissioned for the £5,000 Aspen Online Art Award 2016
Users’ metadata are used to create particular landforms with their own plants and weather systems in an interactive online artwork, with its implications for anonymity rights and freedom of expression.
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.
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.