May 68 – Paris has become the scene to riots confronting students against the police.
The British Museum’s latest exhibition is a showdown between two great stars of the sculpture world.
Jaime Hayon is a Spanish artist and designer, known for his playful, chic style who has been dubbed ‘the crown prince of design’ by the Financial Times, since rocketing to fame over the past eighteen years and becoming one of the world’s most in demand designers.
When we say abstraction, you say…Pollock! Drips! Dollops! Grids! Mondrian! Search those dusty filing cabinets at the back of your mind and you’re likely to pull out more than one reference to the macho brand of abstraction we know so well.
With each degree show that passes, it is said that we are witnessing the future of contemporary art; it is arguably never more true than at the Royal Academy Schools, a unique three-year postgraduate programme for emerging artists which facilitates entering the art world big league.
To celebrate the release of Isle of Dogs, director Wes Anderson has teamed up with The Store X at 180 The Strand to present an exhibition exploring the meticulously crafted dystopian world of Megasaki – the fictional Japanese city in which the film is set.
In 1903, David Milne (1882-1953) arrived in New York as a twenty-one-year-old pursuing a career in commercial illustration.
A long time ago when not everyone had a camera in their pocket and Instagram didn’t rule the world; photography was still seen as something faintly magical.
Oslo might not be the first place you would think of for an art-packed city break.
The paintings of Vincent Van Gogh are some of the most instantly recognisable images anywhere in the world.
Having only recently moved in to his new premises on Mayfair’s Dover Street, where the exodus of Old Master dealers has been replaced with an influx of contemporary spaces, Thaddaeus Ropac is proving that his first London gallery can really hit the mark.
We all picture Goldilocks as a sunny-haired innocent, skipping through the woods, allowing curiosity and the need to eat, sit and sleep to get the better of her.
Oliver Maughan is a local London artist aspiring to the skill set and dedication of the 19th century’s Boston school painters.
Why did pioneer dancer and choreographer Yvonne Rainer leave her dance practice in 1972 to make films? This was the questions that all artists where asking after the premier of Rainer’s first film in New York, marking the beginning of a fruitful and exciting discussion on the relationship between dance and film.
In 1625, Peter Paul Rubens described Charles I as ‘the greatest amateur of painting among the princes of the world.
For her solo show at IMT Gallery in East London, Newcastle-based artist Paola Ciarska’s minute paintings showcase the personal, domestic spaces of people she knows; this paradox of their display in a public gallery space is engaging, aesthetically beautiful and frequently amusing.
Having toasted the winter season with a moody and somewhat mystical show BLACK EXODUS at the end of 2017, Amar Gallery in Islington, north London, has rendered some colour in to its proceedings in preparation for the springtime.
“You know that place between sleep and awake, that place where you still remember dreaming?” (- J.
If one runs a cursory Google Images search on English artist William Tillyer, the page loads awash with sweeping, abstract rainbow palettes in predominantly watercolour materials.