A Postcard from Margate
More established artists have also moved here, notably painter Sophie von Hellermann, who benefited from more space and also the northern light, that same light that fascinated the romantic painter J. M. W. Turner 230 years ago.
Glenn Brown: Fantasy Landscapes, Portraits and Beasts
So rich in images and ideas is this new show at the Laing in Newcastle that it is hard to know where to jump in. Glenn Brown was given total…
One may think of works of twentieth century European abstract artists like Alexander Calder or Joan Miró, however, Minoliti uses shapes in a more symbolic sense than complete abstraction.
The Contemporary Art Society’s Collections Fund at Frieze London to buy a major work at the fair for a new museum in South West UK
The Contemporary Art Society’s Collections Fund at Frieze London this year will be purchasing a major work at the fair for The Box, Plymouth, a new museum and art gallery…
Blenheim Palace is continuing a run of stellar shows with most comprehensive exhibition of Yves Klein in the UK to date, showing over 50 of his works. In Liverpool, Walker…
The CAS acquires two unusual trompe l’oeil paintings by Helene Appel for Williamson Art Gallery and Museum, Birkenhead
Rather than the grand architectural versions of the Renaissance, Appel focuses on the determinedly banal.
Teresa Margolles: Sutura at daadgalerie, Berlin
The show is reduced and minimalist, yet Margolles’ quiet works seem to ask very powerful questions: How do we remember the victims of trauma? How can we deal with loss?
A Postcard from the Berlin Biennale
The title of this edition, ‘We Don’t Need Another Hero’, references the idea of abandoning a single powerful figure to embrace the collective and the multiple.
Noémie Goudal: Telluris at Edel Assanti
Goudal’s fascination with multiple viewpoints plays with perceptions, illusion and deception
Alison Wilding and Adam Kershaw create the National Memorial to British Victims of Overseas Terrorism
Contemporary Art Society Consultancy delivers this major new commission for the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Otto Boll and Jef Verheyen at Modern Art
Never was it truer that art has to be experienced at first hand, physically in the same space to be properly appreciated. This show is pure pleasure. You have two weeks, and counting.