White Cube has announced representation of the British artist Louise Giovanelli (b. 1993, London), who lives and works in Manchester, UK. Deeply… Read More
Sweet Lust a group show curated by Michèle Lamy & Mathieu Paris that investigates preconceptions of the body.
Sweet Lust’ is an exhibition curated by Michèle Lamy in collaboration with White Cube Senior Director Mathieu Paris.
White Cube is to present an online exhibition showcasing the work of 20 graduates of Fine Art Masters courses in… Read More
Born in 1986 in Cape Town, South Africa, Samson first began painting after joining a shared artist studio, Isibane Creative… 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 is to present new work by Georg Baselitz at Mason’s Yard. A painter, sculptor, printmaker and draughtsman, Baselitz is one of Germany’s most celebrated living artists, with a distinguished career spanning over sixty years.
White Cube’s galleries in Bermondsey and Mason’s Yard will re-open to the public from Tuesday 16th June 2020. White Cube Mason’s Yard are showing an exhibition of work by Peter Schuyff.
Hot on he hills of Damien Hirst’s charity limited edition rainbow prints comes an Antony Gormley edition launched today to support mental health charities and food banks.
In response to the pandemic, White Cube and Harland Miller are proud to announce the release of Who Cares Wins (2020), a special limited edition signed print to raise GBP £1.25m in support of those fighting the virus on the frontline.
Julie Curtiss is a painter and sculptor who exposes and reworks female archetypes through a sense of the uncanny. She first exhibited at White Cube in 2017 as part of ‘Dreamers Awake’
String Theory, Pre-Raphaelites, a black eye, Sultans, fashion and bright lights.
Radical Figures: Painting in the New Millennium brings together a new generation of artists who represent the body in radical ways to tell stories and explore vital social concerns.