With a title as broad as ‘I Really Miss You Until You’re Here’ from White Conduit Projects’ latest exhibition, it is easy to be intrigued about what might be included in the show, and what themes the artists, and indeed curator, might be addressing.
Appearing like an angelic spider, Vladmir Tatlin’s winged glider Letalin rotates pensively around the Royal Academies gold-domed Wohl gallery.
While Pace Gallery has been a forefront supporter of the digital and technological art form since the late 60s, the launch of Pace Art & Technology in 2016 took its collaborative involvement with multi-disciplinary art groups to a whole new level.
‘I think I make works that anyone could do.
Mayoral Gallery presents an exhibition inspired by the Spanish Pavilion at the 1937 Paris Exposition International des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne, commemorating the 80th anniversary of an era defining event for the Spanish people.
Without a tradition, the contemporary artist is bound to succumb to the pressures of economics and accept the necessity of choosing between the corporation and the academy.
Yves Klein is an artist who divided opinion in his time.
Christmas has come early for Robert Rauschenberg fans.
Post-truth has been declared ‘word of the year’ by the Oxford English dictionary.
Whether it is a punkish crop or bouncing curls, Somerset House’s new exhibition focuses on the man behind the 20th Century’s most iconic styles.
The last of Wagner’s cycle of music dramas, Götterdämmerung, is a German translation of the Old Norse word Ragnarok, which in Norse mythology involves a prophesied war where gods and heroes battle until the world is razed.
The ’60s are back in a big way, and the hints are everywhere if you just know where to look.
With a dazzling premises on Davies Street in Mayfair, Kallos gallery announced itself with a big fanfare a just two years ago, hoping to blow away the cobwebs from the creaky doors and knock “ring for entry” signs off of the stuffy world of antiquities.
Lucy +Jorge Orta are the sort of socially conscious artists the world needs more of.
HOME, Manchester’s international centre for contemporary visual art, film and theatre, is the epicentre of the city’s creative hub.
This month, a new conceptual work by the artist Cyril de Commarque floats down the Thames.
Martin Creed is a man who divides opinion.
Alluding to Simone de Beauvoir’s 1949 feminist text, Gasworks’ latest exhibition in their newly renovated premises presents the work of Sidsel Meineche Hansen in ‘Second Sex War’.
London’s Lisson Gallery is one of a handful of influential galleries lying outside the Mayfair heart of the commercial contemporary enclave.
The month-long exhibition CMYK by artist Michaela Zimmer opens this week at the up-and-coming FOLD Gallery in Fitzrovia.
British born Lucy Orta, and her Argentinian husband Jorge Orta are artists with a huge social conscience.