Edvard Munch is one of those names in the art world that has an overbearing association with just one work – but wrongly so.
Often remembered solely for his soft pastels of dainty ballerinas, practicing in the studio or rehearsing on stage, Edgar Degas is finally being exhibited in a new light by the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
The Halcyon Gallery is one of the superstars of its generation – it knows its market perfectly – it has the taste of its clientele down to a T.
London based artist Eloise Dorr has been creating paintings and prints from her studio for a hip counter-culture crowd for years now.
MULTIPLIED, ‘the UK’s only fair dedicated to contemporary art in editions’, is now in its sixth year.
Jeremy Deller was studying History of Art in 1986 at The Courtauld Institute in London when a friend persuaded him to attend a gallery opening.
Established in 2009, Dark City Gallery specialises in limited edition handcrafted screen prints by leading contemporary artists and graphic designers, inspired mainly by films and music.
It’s impossible to ignore the fact that Damien Hirst has a solo show in Central London this month and the queue along Museum Street in the pouring rain on opening night proved the PR machine is definitely in full working order.
Showcasing the future of design practice, Central Saint Martins’ recent graduates show off their latest projects at the Restless Futures exhibition as part of London Design Festival.
The Courtauld Gallery has an expansive collection of over 24,000 prints dating back as early as the fifteenth century, so as you might expect, the comparatively minuscule selection of gems shown here in the Bruegel to Freud exhibition are some of the most exquisite prints in existence today.