The award winning director Martha Fiennes (Onegin, 1999 and Chromophobia, 2007) has teamed up with the Hollywood actress Salma Hayek to produce a new moving image artwork.
After a deliciously tenebrous previous two exhibitions, North London’s Amar Gallery is seeing out the summer with a lighter, less enclosed feel.
An exquisite model of a Portuguese Man O’war jellyfish, made of hand-blown glass.
The city of Kyoto in the Kansai region of the largest Japanese island of Honshu was the country’s ancient capital between 794 until 1868; more than a thousand years.
‘Drag performance aims at destabilizing the “truth” of sexual and gender identity by pointing to the fact that there is no obligating reason that necessitates the constant mimicry of performed identities,’ said Judith Butler in 1990, in Gender Trouble, ‘Drag therefore exposes the social coercion at the base of the performative nature of identity.
Camden Arts Centre is an internationally renowned contemporary arts institution that places artists at the core of its programme.
Despite how it feels sometimes, this is surprisingly the first solo show at London’s Tate Modern gallery which is dedicated entirely to the legendary Spanish artist Pablo Picasso.
Exhibiting artworks by eight emerging Pakistani artists, Cultivating Wastelands is the second collaborative project between Project Art Divvy and Rossi & Rossi gallery in London.
The famed New York gallery, Guy Hepner is now showing ‘Pointillism Revisited’ by revered artist Dimitri Likissas, in association with curators, the TAX Collection.
Christabel MacGreevy graduated from Central Saint Martins with a Fine arts degree in 2014.
The French-Iranian artist, Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar is one of the first artists to showcase Iran through eastern eyes and to challenge the negative constructs of the western gaze, Sassan Behnam-Bakhtiar’s practice aims to change the perceptions and cemented beliefs about Iran and Iranians that persist in the West.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This January sees the launch of a new star in Mayfair’s gallery scene, Lazinc.
“If I was an artist and I was in the studio, then whatever I was doing in the studio must be art,” Bruce Nauman has said of the period just after he graduated from art school in 1966.
What happens when a filmmaker, an artist, a set designer and a curator take over a space – and not just any space, but a breathtaking historical three floored palazzo right in the middle of Venice? This is the premise of an exceptional and ambition multimedia project “The Boat is Leaking.
Yayoi Kusama is perhaps the best-known living female artist in the world.