The rather elusive space of Corvi-Mora in Kennington, south London, has just opened its new show, a marriage of miniature sculpture work by London-based Japanese artist Tomoaki Suzuki and the delicate paintings of Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi.
Rewind/Rewild is an upcoming exhibition in a restored North London glasshouse that explores the ecological implications of ‘rewilding’ and the broader possibilities for ‘rewilding’ human lives.
The rising impact of climate change, the efficacy of the farming industry, the relationship between people and bioengineering; our world is undergoing unprecedented change due to new technologies and dangerous demonstrations of power.
Jerwood Arts is a charitable foundation based in South London which funds and empowers early-career creative – across theatre, music, literature and visual arts.
According to the show’s press release, this blockbuster show at the newly redeveloped Royal Academy of Arts in London is the first of its kind in the UK to explore Oceanic art, and once you step inside the space, you are struck by how much you don’t know.
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.
Oslo might not be the first place you would think of for an art-packed city break.
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.
Until November 4, the Edge Gallery in Bath is hosting an exhibition of the groundbreaking work of the Turner Prize winning collective Assemble, who have staged a show along with the artist Simon Terrill.
Using art as a tool for socio-economic change in the modern era is nothing new.
Now in its twelfth year and with a new layout and a closer dialogue with the city’s major art institutions, this year’s Contemporary Istanbul (CI) art fair is instilling optimism and confidence among local and foreign collectors.
This summer, to mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales, the British Library is staging an exhibition that explores what it was like to live as a gay person throughout the last century of legislative change.
There are only a few days left to see The Art of the Collector, a small but thought-provoking exhibition at Halcyon Gallery, New Bond Street.
Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London’s Soho is dedicated to showcasing the best in contemporary art, with the ethos that it should be accessible and remain enjoyed.
Today sees the opening of Masterpiece, the London art fair that in the seven years since its founding has quickly established itself as one of the global calendar highlights for big name galleries, and deep-pocketed buyers.
On July 1st 2017, the streets of East London will be transformed with art, performance and music.
This June, the creative community of London’s Mayfair is coming together for a weekend of public events to celebrate its rich associations with the arts.
Thaddaeus Ropac only founded his first gallery in 1983, but quickly set about building a European power-house network of spaces, and has now finally opened his long-awaited new London gallery.
Last week the Candid Team got a dose of art, tech and fashion as we checked out the launch of WATCH 2 from Huawei at Saatchi’s latest exhibition, ‘From Selfie to Self-Expression’.
Venice is a city that exists in a world of ephemeral contrasts.