Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see this month – this time they’re all shows to catch in South London…. Read More
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his top exhibitions to see right now, this time the focus is on painting. Each one comes… Read More
White Cube is to present a major solo exhibition by Danh Vo spanning the Bermondsey galleries. Vo will take over the entire gallery, continuing his in-depth exploration of issues surrounding identity, history, society and politics, while highlighting the collaborations and everyday lives of both the artist and his friends.
White Cube Bermondsey 2020 Programme
The Real: Three Propositions stylistically ties together the works of Des Lawrence, Konrad Klapheck and Peter Dreher as sharp, figurative pieces with the mutual interest of treating the real
You might describe Tracey Emin’s huge and superbly orchestrated show ‘A Fortnight of Tears’ at White Cube as a pleasurable maximisation of pain.
Well it’s hardly news. But suddenly it you can’t move for top shows of female painters! The point of ‘Women Can’t Paint’ at the ASC and Turps Banana galleries is to prove that they can, contrary to Georg Baselitz’s notorious barb.
White Cube Bermondsey is showing a new solo exhibition by Eddie Peake, featuring new paintings, sculpture, installation and sound. Peake will be working and performing in the gallery throughout the show.
What are the art events to visit this week? We ask Jenny Judova from Art Map London to tell us …
Floating around the the meticulously polished concrete floors of White Cube Bermondsey it is difficult to imagine anything looking bad in such a perfectly sized and finished space.
The exhibition is an overwhelming, audiovisual celebration which attacks the senses with an uncompromising energy
Here are images of The VF Press being delivered to White Cube, Bermondsey
‘The Last Great Adventure is You’, a major new exhibition by Tracey Emin, her first at the London gallery in five years.
It would be hard to call it a face-off, but..
Gilbert and George are like the Rolling Stones of the Artworld. Familiar riffs and styles that can only be them.
NEW Gilbert & George exhibition ..
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Stuck with what to do and see over the summer? Fear not FAD have provided you with a selection of exhibitions not to be missed over the Summer.
20th July – 26th August 2012 While known primarily for his performances in the early 1990s, which involved feats of… Read More