Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art wins the inaugural Jackson Tang Ceramics Award, receiving bold new work by Chiara Camoni
Camoni’s ceramic practice is intimately embedded in her daily life and has a collaborative aspect that sees friends and relatives invited to assist her in making the work.
Dunn first turned to art as an exploration of self and a way of making sense of a hostile world around him.
Art Night 2019
Art Night has established itself as one of the most exciting free art festivals in London. With an emphasis on edgy and participatory art, it brings the work of some of the most adventurous practitioners to different parts of London.
Susan Hefuna: Textiles at Pi Artworks, London
The conceptual reframing of Hefuna’s work through textiles, at the intersection of aesthetic practice and critical investigation, marks a new territory for the artist and gives us an exhibition of sparkling intelligence.
Prabhavathi Meppayil at Pace Gallery, London
Indian art is often associated with vibrant colours and heavy symbolism. Prabhavathi Meppayil’s work, which is currently on view at Pace Gallery London, dispels such expectations: the artist makes work…
‘Heman Chong: Foreign Affairs’ at Amanda Wilkinson Gallery, London
Pretty pictures these are not, but for a show that makes you think hard about how found objects can be fashioned into artworks, and the omnipresence of surveillance in today’s world, this exhibition is well worth a visit.
‘Anthony Iacono: Night Bonding’ at The Approach, London
Iacono’s bright colours steal the show: camp lilac, piss yellow and playful green inject a sense of lightness and humour into these odd and slightly comical works.
Patrick Goddard: Real Estates at Seventeen, London
Deliberately stylistically inconsistent and conceptually unflinching, Patrick Goddard’s works match our incongruent lives and reflect urban culture today.