Ghislaine Leung is one of the four artists nominated for this year’s Turner Prize, the winner of which will be announced on 5 December.
11 November 2023
Expounding creativity and innovation, Paris+ par Art Basel, now in its second edition, has been a resounding success for the City of Light.
21 October 2023
FRED EVERSLEY’s 12ft magenta sculpture sits in a prime Manhattan location that most artists would kill for – Central Park’s entrance from 5th Avenue.
18 October 2023
Marcel Duchamp’s “Fountain” has long stood as a defining moment in the annals of modern art history, a urinal.
17 October 2023
The Turner Prize is among contemporary British art’s most prestigious and influential awards. It was established in 1984 to honour a British artist
27 September 2023
Sarah Lucas’s solo show has just opened at Tate Britain. So, I thought it would be interesting to revisit one of her earlier works from 1992, Two Fried Eggs and a Kebab.
26 September 2023
This Summer, I spent time in the Mediterranean regions of Puglia, Hydra and Menorca.
25 September 2023
William Cobbing has three shows opening in September: he’s in the group shows ‘After the Performance’
18 September 2023
Gluck, born Hannah Gluckstein on 13 August 1895 in London, was an enigmatic figure in the world of art and a pioneer in expressing lesbian identity through her work.
19 August 2023
With 30 kilos of luggage, just enough to hold his most precious items, Vincent boarded the train heading back North… Read More
2 August 2023
Black women artists have played a pivotal role in challenging artistic conventions, disrupting narratives, and reclaiming spaces within the art world.
15 July 2023
Anyone wanting to understand the innovative art of the Italian conceptualist Alighiero Boetti (1940-94) should head to Ben Brown Fine Arts / Claridge’s ArtSpace
4 July 2023
Each generation has a diverse taste in art, influenced by unique experiences, cultural context, and technological advancements.
27 June 2023
David Hockney, the renowned British artist, has created a number of artworks depicting cats over his long career. Known for his vibrant use of colour and his distinctive style.
20 June 2023
With so much to see, Artlyst highlights exhibitions in three areas during London Gallery Weekend 2023.
8 June 2023
Over the past four decades, Callum Innes has worked in series, creating luminous abstractions which expose the fundamentals of painting…
29 May 2023
It takes a long time to reawaken a slumbering giant, forty years in the case of the Battersea Power Station.
17 May 2023
Just as Photo London was about to open its doors, it seemed that AI was about to blow everything up (again)
17 May 2023
Sabine Moritz was born in East Germany in 1969: her family managed to move west in 1985, but her early work often took its subjects from recollections of the Soviet era…
7 May 2023
After visiting the excellent Paul Smith-curated Pablo Picasso exhibition at the Musée Picasso in Paris, I was inspired to choose ten paintings, writing a paragraph on each.
3 May 2023
It’s difficult to say definitively whether artists like Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst are “only in it for the money,” as motivations can be complex and multifaceted.
2 May 2023
Sue Hubbard looks at Damien Hirst’s Mother And Child (Divided) in her latest critical study for Artlyst’s Significant Works.
27 April 2023
One of the most rewarding things I get to do as an art journalist is to run around and choose my favourite works on offer.
22 April 2023
Opening on International Women’s Day, Radium Dreams showcases a series of poems and artworks inspired by the remarkable life story of the Nobel Prize-winning scientist Marie Curie. A punchy collaboration between award-winning poet Sue Hubbard and acclaimed artist Eileen Cooper RA
27 March 2023
It’s been hard to choose a single painting by Frank Bowling for this series, to select one that is more significant in his long and illustrious career than any of the others. Each time his style has changed seems to have been a significant moment.
23 March 2023
On a recent trip to Phnom Penh, I was really excited to visit the studio of one of the leading Cambodian Contemporary artists, Sopheap Pich.
12 March 2023
Virgine Puertolas Syn explores the vibrant South Asian Art scene: from Dhaka Art Summit to Indian Art Fair in Delhi.
19 February 2023