I must admit that before I visited the Kawanabe Kyosai exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, I wasn’t familiar with his work, and expected to see something in the vein of the revered Japanese artist Hokusai. Kyosai is considered to be a close successor of Hokusai, however, the exhibition felt more like looking at the work of an illustrator and satirist than a fine artist.
The group exhibition WORLDBUILDING examines the relationship between gaming and time-based media art.
Computer and video games have found their way into popular culture and nearly every part of society. Curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the JULIA STOSCHEK
“Postwar Modern” collects not only some of the most impactful artwork produced following the Second World War, but draws crucial focus to the impact that trauma can have on the subjectivity of the artist.
Future Shock, a major new exhibition of leading international artists and collectives working at the cutting-edge of audio-visual technology
Future Shock, a major new exhibition of leading international artists and collectives working at the cutting-edge of audio-visual technology.
Just opened at Gladstone Gallery is an exhibition of new works by Damián Ortega. Known for his
uncanny ability to transcend ordinary objects into entities with complex narratives, the artist presents a
series of sculptural masks that explore the significant social, economic, and personal narratives embedded in the ephemera of the everyday.
A major group of works by Edvard Munch (1863-1944) will be shown in the UK for the first time in a new exhibition at The Courtauld.
Now the show in Leeds presents a 50-50 mixture of glass specialists and wider-ranging artists working in the material, all illuminatingly categorised by the material property foregrounded in the processes used. ‘SOLID’ features cast or moulded glass; ‘GAS’, sculptures made by blowing into the glass; ‘LIQUID’ the results of manipulating molten glass. Here’s one of each that order:
Non-profit charitable arts organisation 4BYSIX announce new exhibition BREAK IN EMERGENCY 3 in support of homeless & underprivileged people across London
4BYSIX C.I.C. announce their upcoming exhibition BREAK IN EMERGENCY 3, a group exhibition
showcasing 28 internationally renowned urban and contemporary artists, to help homeless and
underprivileged people across London.
Jess Valice’s debut solo show in London will open at Carl Kostyál, 12a Savile Row on Wednesday, April 6th, private… Read More
Love and Loss is the third Inside Job Tate staff Biennale exhibition to take place at Tate Modern. The curators of the show are;… Read More
On March 25th grab yourself a bottle of Absynthe or two and head down to Tate Modern for a night of Surrealist fun.
More than just love and numbers.
In celebration of Women’s History Month Her Way To Say It features the work of three acclaimed female French artists
Valérie Belin (born 1964) is known for her monumental photographs investigating the construction and fetishization of mainstream beauty ideals and… Read More
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks his favourite exhibitions to see this month – this time they’re all shows by female artists to coincide with International Women’s Day on 8 March.
Gagosian to exhibit Francis Bacon’s first treatment of the papal image—a subject that would preoccupy the artist on and off… Read More
SaveArtSpace and Pussy Riot have announced their upcoming exhibition #PUSSYVERSE, a public art exhibition of 10 artworks by female and LGBTQ+ artists to be presented on billboard ad spaces across 9 US states.
Gabriel Kuri’s exhibition at Sadie Coles HQ this spring features three new bodies of work. In sculptural reliefs, textiles and… Read More
Mr Doodle (aka Sam Cox) has opened his first landmark museum solo exhibition, Mr Doodle in Love at Shanghai K11.