Alfredo Jaar: 25 Years Later at Goodman Gallery, London
I saw Jaar’s ‘The Rwanda Project’ for the first time as a student in 2000, shortly after its completion. 20 years on, it still has the same horrifying and powerful effect.
‘James Welling: Planograph’ at Maureen Paley, London
For more than four decades, James Welling has maintained a photographic practice that goes beyond image-making.
Meryl McMaster (b. 1988, Ottawa) is part of a rising generation of indigenous artists in Canada and uses costume, sculpture and photography to explore identity and its distinct cultural landscapes….
Jake Elwes’ recent work explores representation and bias in machine learning AI, using image datasets of groups such as drag queens to highlight blindspots
Claire Hooper awarded Private Equity Building Commission
This commission represents a departure for both artist and commissioner: Claire has never worked directly on rendered walls, while this is the first time the firm has commissioned site-specific work.
The CAS acquires three paintings by Matthew Krishanu for Huddersfield Art Gallery
Born locally, though spending much of his childhood in Bangladesh, his work explores notions of childhood, memory and place.
£88,000 net raised for new museum acquisitions at the Artist’s Table with Edmund de Waal, with a major donation announced for Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery
All funds raised will directly benefit the charitable mission of the Contemporary Art Society: supporting museums across the UK by donating great works of art.
Jimmy deSana and the Sex Appeal of the Inorganic at Amanda Wilkinson, London
DeSana, a genuine misfit in his time, seems to have found his place in the history of photography many years after his death and his work continues to exert fascination, radiance and awe.
McArthur Binion White:Work at Massimo De Carlo, London
It is two years since Binion’s first solo exhibition at Massimo De Carlo in London. That exhibition, DNA:Sepia, took place in the same year that the artist’s work was shown in…
‘Barbara Kapusta: Dangerous Bodies’ at Kunstraum, London
Kapusta is particularly interested in the unstable and unfixed notion of self in the digital world.