If you’re looking for a little something to brighten up your winter and blow away the post-Christmas blues, you couldn’t do much wrong with a trip to London’s top art-hotel, then a tour of all the major London art institutions with a National Art Pass.
Spanning fourteen islands linked by more than fifty bridges each braced by winds from the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is the most populous of all the Scandinavian cities, with a population of roughly 900,000.
In the year 1970, there were a grand total of 3 art fairs happening across the globe.
The city of Swansea in Wales isn’t the first place that springs to mind when one thinks of fine art.
Africa is a vast and multifarious continent where authoritarian regimes coexist with functioning democracies.
Opening this week, the first ever London Design Biennale launches at London’s Somerset House.
Launched in February 2016, the Antarctic Biennale is a new intercultural and interdisciplinary platform, for artists from across the world to come together, and explore one of the last expanses of uninhabited land through creativity.
SPLEEN is a new artist run curatorial project that is taking over a some of London’s more unusual gallery spaces and running a series of exhibitions to showcase the cities most talented artists.
Even if you are interested in art, or even really interested in art, it does not necessarily mean you want to spend every spare minute of your time traipsing around a museum exhibition that you feel you ought to see because everyone else is raving about it.
In September 2015, a series of images sent shockwaves across the globe: a three year old child lay face down, washed up on a beach in Turkey after an overloaded dingy containing Syrian refugees had capsized.
Everyone knows that Italy is the country of taste and style.
If you were to close your eyes and try to imagine the Cotswold idyll, the vision in your mind would not be far from Asthall Manor, with its rolling dairy fields, honey-stoned surrounding hamlets and tranquil cottage gardens.
June 12, 2016 | Group Exhibition
Before entering the vast white tent (250,000 square feet to be precise), which returns once again to Randall’s Island for the 2016 opening of Frieze New York, visitors are pre-warned, as always of the multitude of things on view.
The chaos of post-war Paris produced monumental political, cultural, and social change in France, which came to a head with the ideological student revolt of May 1968.
Blois is a small city of windy medieval streets nestled in the middle of the Loire Valley, just two hours train ride from Paris.
The gallery and café-bar metamatictaf is hidden on a side street in Athens, a brief walk from the bustling Pandrossou and Monastiraki flea markets.
This week, taking place in the creative hub of East London – the Old Truman Brewery, D&AD Festival brings together the world’s pioneers in design and advertising for a series of talks, awards, events and workshops.
Patrón Tequila have come together with the legendary musician Nenah Cheery, electronic music duo Darkstar and digital visual artist Tim Head to curate a one off unique night of audio and graphic entertainment this Thursday in London.
If you have ever been to Paris in the spring, I am sure you would agree that it is truly the best time to visit the city.
Inspired by a line from an eighth century Classical Arabic poem by the great Classical poet Abu Nawas, The unbreakable rope – a new exhibition in London, aims to portray the past, present and future of sexuality and love within the Middle East as being diverse and cosmopolitan.
Hot on the heels of the success of Mapping the City and Futurismo Ancestral, Somerset House is again teaming up with the arts collaboration A(by)P to present a new series of fresh commissions by seventeen of the worlds best graffiti artists.