Bloomberg New Contemporaries will be showing in three different venues across Nottingham before touring to London this year, with the Nottingham Castle Open on at the same time showing work from midlands-based artists. From there it is a short hop to see the brilliant Sir Terry Frost at Leamington Spa or artists including Jake and Dinos Chapman, Maurizio Cattelan and Marcel Duchamp in a series of exhibitions across Sheffield.
Ten Etchings by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye Acquired for The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery
Yiadom-Boakye’s edition of ten hard ground etchings was made to accompany her acclaimed exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery this summer and depict single black male figures wearing the ruff of feathers that has become a familiar motif in her work.
The Manchester Contemporary
Private View – Thursday 24 September 2015, 17.30-21.00 Join us for free at the private view of the 6th edition of The Manchester Contemporary, a unique chance to meet with…
Shortlist announced for the Contemporary Art Society Annual Award 2015
Now in its seventh year, the prestigious £40,000 prize is one of the country’s highest value contemporary art awards.
Postcard from Holland
To: Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery; The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, University of Leeds; Mead Gallery, University of Warwick; Touchstones Rochdale; The McManus, Dundee Art Gallery & Museum…
Anonymous Dancers to take over the Internet for the £5,000 Aspen Online Art Award 2015
The performers’ movements will represent the actions we repeatedly use when we go to visit both online and physical sites
Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2015, London
The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation presents the work of the artists shortlisted for this year’s Daiwa Art Prize; Oliver Beer, Julie Brook and Mikhail Karikis. The winner was announced last night:…
X, curated by Sarah McCrory, at Herald St, London
Markus Amm, Josh Brand, Alexandra Bircken, Pablo Bronstein, Peter Coffin, Matt Connors, Matthew Darbyshire , Michael Dean, Ida Ekblad, Annette Kelm, Scott King, Cary Kwok, Christina Mackie, Djordje Ozbolt, Matt…
David Maljkovic at Sprüth Magers, London
Given the focus on today as a very particular moment in this country’s political history, perhaps it is interesting to look at an artist for whom shifts, repetitions and rips…
Roger Hiorns at Corvi-Mora, London
Simplicity is a paradoxical thing. One becomes wary, with experience, of presuming that works that ostensibly operate in a straightforward way are as innocent as they seem. The more one…
Andrea Büttner and Brit Meyer at Piper Keys, London
The beaten up 1950s warehouse does nothing to prepare you for the elegance of the installation of work by Andrea Büttner and Brit Meyer. The work and the hang are both spare and lean. Büttner invited her ex-student Meyer to show with her and the pairing of the well known artist and the just-graduated is unselfconsciously and delicately played out.
Natalie Dray, DRAY, at Cell Projects Space, London
Natalie Dray has been part of group shows at V22 and Palazzo Peckham in London in the past few years, as well as having participated in some international exhibitions in Europe, but this is her first solo presentation in London since graduating from the Royal Academy Schools last year.