New permanent artwork by Alexandre da Cunha unveiled at Battersea Power Station Underground station.
Today Art on the Underground unveiled a new major permanent artwork by London-based Brazilian artist Alexandre da Cunha, installed at… Read More
Arts, culture and humanitarian organisations across London are coming together to welcome Little Amal when she visits London from 22nd–… Read More
For the first time since it was built in 1870 by Sir Joseph Bazalgette, the vast undiscovered half-acre roof terrace… Read More
ARTIST ROOMS: Phyllida Barlow, the latest in this series of free displays at Tate Modern, opens to the public today…. Read More
What results from urban planning, social practice, and a hunger for change? Theaster Gates at Richard Gray may be it. The latest exhibition from the Chicago based artist emphasised the intersection of fine art and social progression.
The Institute of Contemporary Arts presents a five-day convening of artists, academics and activists focused on contemporary Black feminist politics, examining the impossibility of Black women’s claims to womanhood and the new spaces that are created by a politics of refusal. Generating conversations across the diaspora and across generations, a range of thinkers and practitioners present a series of talks, workshops, film screenings and performance.
Modern Art are showing a solo exhibition of work by Collier Schorr. This is her 4th solo exhibition with the gallery.
Cult American artist, Kenny Scharf, the grandfather of Street Art, who alongside friends Haring and Basquiat founded the street art movement in 1980s New York with his surreal pop art murals, is to have his first UK exhibition for ten years in London.
Banksy’s original gallerist Steve Lazarides and his Lazinc co-founder Wissam Al Mana are going to exhibit an influential collection of Banksy’s most iconic images this summer.
In 2016 world-renowned curator Azu Nwagbogu invited James to show his 2014 ‘Wotsit All About’ series in Lagos, Nigeria. Naturally, Nwagbogu expected Ostrer to come along with his fetishised junk food portraits that had warned the west of over-consumption.
Inês Neto Dos Santos is a Portuguese artist who recently graduated from the Royal College of Arts in London. She has always demonstrated a keen interest in the relation between human beings and the elements surrounding their daily lives.
INTERVIEW: British artist and architect, Mark Dziewulski, exhibits work from the Venice Biennale 2017 for the first time in London
FAD caught up with British artist and architect, Mark Dziewulski ahead of his new exhibition where he will be exhibiting some of his work from the Venice Biennale 2017 for the first time in London.
Robin Fox’s Concert For Lasers, A Ballet Performed By Snails and A Polyphonic Headphone Opera from Belgium…
Cryptic’s Sonica Festival returns to Kings Place following its successful London debut in 2016.
This Friday 20th and Saturday 21st April 2018 Sonica will offer a packed weekend of the best international audiovisual work, intimate installations and multi-sensory performances.
Get a portrait painted live for only £200, from L.A. artist Joel Mesler in Mayfair gallery next week
As part of Simon Lee Galleries Viewing Room programme they open an exhibition of new paintings by New York-based artist and art dealer, Joel Mesler. For his first solo exhibition in the UK, Mesler will exhibit paintings from his ongoing body of work based on the alphabet.
Marcelle Joseph interviews the German artist Sebastian Stöhrer to find out what drives his ceramic sculpture practice featuring vases of all shapes & sizes
Neil James is currently exhibiting his complex glass sculptures in DegreeArt’s Post Digital exhibition. We chat to the sculptor about what Post Digital means to him, and how he creates his unique art works.
Currently exhibiting in DegreeArt’s Post Digital – Are We There Yet? Exhibition, we speak to Luna Jungeun Lee
With a collection of varied works, we find out more about Alice’s process, and concepts