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Heather Phillipson works with sculpture, moving image, text and sound, creating video installations and ‘talking pictures’ (video with live voice) that weave the viewer through a collage of fragmentary and…
With a practice that incorporates writing, video, drawing, sculpture and performance, Anna Barham’s work interrogates language’s endless and unruly potential through the bodily and technological operations that act upon it….
LONDON EXHIBITONS Tomorrow: Elmgreen & Dragset, Victoria and Albert Museum 1 October 2013 – 2 January 2014 vam.ac.uk Enter the world of Norman Swann, elderly architect and proprietor of an…
LONDON EXHIBITONS Art Licks Weekend 4 – 6 October 2013 artlicksweekend.com The dominant picture of the capital’s creative sector does not represent the wealth of projects happening amongst younger artists…
Oscar Murillo works across a wide range of media and techniques, including paint, printmaking, sculpture, installation, video and events. The materials Murillo uses often inhabit his studio for a long…
LONDON EXHIBITIONS «A«Tri»Lick», PEER 20 July – 14 September 2013 www.peeruk.org Caroline Achaintre, Sarah Bowker-Jones and George Young have distinct and divergent approaches to material and process. For this exhibition,…
Hobson’s Choice – Cornelia Parker at Frith Street Gallery
For more than twenty years British artist Cornelia Parker has been building a rich and intellectually complex body of work. As an artist, Parker spends much of her time running errands and managing various aspects of production connected to her practice. Here she notices the marks, scraps of decay and detritus of the city, which to her appear as moments of poetry, and are usually overlooked by others. Her new exhibition at Frith Street Gallery deifies some of these moments; cracks, stains, repairs and discarded objects are made extraordinary, physical and precious.
As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of artist Eddie Peake.
As part of our continuing Artist to Watch series we are pleased to introduce you this month to the practice of artist Matthew Darbyshire.
CAS Recommends eight public or non-profit exhibitions in the UK this May.
Hobson’s Choice – Carol Rhodes at Mummery + Schnelle
Carol Rhodes is well known for her dream-like aerial landscape paintings of edge-lands and semi-industrial landscapes collaged from real environments into fictional views that teeter on the brink of abstraction.