Ndidi Emefiele: Pets, Parties and a Cuddle at Rosenfeld Porcini
These new paintings are assured, complex and pull the viewer in to explore the myriad details and references, as well as the exuberant materiality of their making.
‘Omar Victor Diop: Liberty/Diaspora’ at Autograph ABP, London
Diop’s exhibition delivers important lessons in recuperated histories, along with a powerful serving of pure visual pleasure. Highly recommended.
CAS acquires work by Kehinde Wiley and Zadie Xa at Frieze Art Fair for a new museum in Plymouth
Kehinde Wiley’s first film installation ‘Narrenschiff (Ship of Fools)’, 2017 and two works by Zadie Xa all consider questions of identity, race and belonging
‘Polly Apfelbaum: Waiting for the UFOs (a space set between a landscape and a bunch of flowers)’ at Ikon, Birmingham
Apfelbaum invites the viewer to fully immerse themselves into what she describes as “an erupting rainbow volcano experience”.
Two of the UK’s most prestigious art prizes open their exhibitions this month, The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture and Artes Mundi 8 in Cardiff.
The CAS acquires two sets of powerful screen prints by Helen Cammock for Reading Museum
Helen Cammock used to be a social worker, grounding her research-focused approach to creating art reflecting on inequality and misrepresentation.
Xa’s interest in Korean culture is rooted in her own experience of the diaspora, with a particular focus on Korean Shamanism.
Aspen Digital Art Award recipient Xavier Solé Mora launches winning artwork for the Aspen Collection
Inspired by our perception of risk and an etching by Francisco Goya, ‘Fools’ Feast’ presents a gentle choreography of floating hippos that disguises the danger they pose in the wild.
Nicholas Pope: Sins and Virtues at The Sunday Painter
Nicholas Pope is part of the history of British Sculpture, and thanks to the dynamic trio of The Sunday Painter he is now being rediscovered.
J.B. Blunk at Kate MacGarry
The overall experience is dynamic, direct and makes a powerful tactile address to the viewer.
Daria Martin: A Hunger Artist at Maureen Paley, London
For fifteen years, Daria Martin’s work has concerned itself with the relationships between performers and their audiences.