Hobson’s Choice: Saskia Olde Wolbers
Pareidolia refers to the tendency in human perception to discover meaning in random structures
Hobson’s Choice: Renee So at Kate MacGarry
There is something very human about Renee So’s collection of works.
Hobson’s Choice: Paloma Varge Weisz at Sadie Coles
Walking through Sadie Coles’s gallery in New Burlington Place is like entering an illustrated fairy-tale
Hobson’s Choice: Catherine Yass at Alison Jacques
Internationally acclaimed British artist Catherine Yass was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2002 for her highly distinctive practice.
Hobson’s Choice: Caroline Achaintre at Arcade
Arcade has just opened its second exhibition by Caroline Achaintre with the wonderfully onomatopoeic title ‘Trip-Dip’.
Hobson’s Choice: Selma Makela at PEER
I have been an admirer of the work of Selma Makela since her last show at PEER in 2008
Hobson’s Choice: Anselm Kiefer at White Cube, Bermondsey
The sheer scale of the new Anselm Kiefer exhibition will knock you sideways.
Hobson’s Choice: Mhairi Vari at Domobaal
If you have a chance before the Christmas break, do swing by the new exhibition at DOMOBAAL
Hobson’s Choice: Gert and Uwe Tobias at Maureen Paley
The new show at Maureen Paley is the first solo presentation in London of the work of the much admired Romanian twin artists, Gert and Uwe Tobias.
Hobson’s Choice: Catherine Opie at Stephen Friedman
Stephen Friedman Gallery has just opened a new exhibition of early and current work by Catherine Opie
Hobson’s Choice: Tomma Abts at greengrassi
Tomma Abts won the Turner Prize in 2006 – one of just a handful of painters in its long history