Jonathan Baldock works across sculpture, installation and performance. He has a way with unexpected faces – as in his long-running series of ceramic masks
For this rolling feature Nico Kos-Earle has chosen 15 international artists working in various mediums to look out for in 2023.
David Mach RA has always worked big. His sculpture always controversial, ambitious, and monumental.
The collector’s word in the aisles during many of the international art fairs is that there are just too many art fairs!
Surveying current and upcoming exhibitions at the turn of the year provides evidence of the breadth and depth of the past and present engagement between art and spirituality.
Jonny Briggs combines photography, performance, and sculpture to explore issues around childhood and identity.
Presenting the much-coveted Alt Power 100 Artlyst 2022. This is Artlyst’s way of acknowledging our industry’s hard work and achievements, as we see and curate it.
11 December 2022
There was a time when Nativity exhibitions routinely featured among the Christmas offerings from London Galleries.
8 December 2022
I was very much looking forward to ending the 2022 fair season in Miami. Being Art Basel Miami’s 20th anniversary and the last edition for Marc Spiegel, expectations were high.
5 December 2022
After a lengthy refurbishment, thanks to £10 million from The Lottery Fund, one of my favourite museums in the UK, has re-opened, and they have done a magnificent job. It is the most significant development in the history of Gainsborough’s House since it became a museum in 1961.
The author of the biography Winslow Homer: American Passage, Bill Cross, is an independent scholar and a consultant to art and history museums.
Serrano’s photograph, Piss Christ (1987), became the subject of a US national debate on freedom of artistic expression.
The 20th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach takes place in the Miami Beach Convention Centre from 29 November –4 December 2022.
14 November 2022
GLASGOW PRINT STUDIO is internationally acclaimed, and its 50th birthday is being celebrated in a major, culturally significant exhibition at the city’s main civic gallery, Kelvingrove
7 November 2022
Following the wildly successful YouTube art history series, Great Art Explained in 15 Minutes, founded in 2020 by art writer and curator James Payne, a new art and travel series has been launched. Great Art Cities Explained, a collaboration from PayneShurvell gallery owners, James Payne and Joanne Shurvell will run concurrently on the same channel. The new series uses the same popular format as Great Art Explained, whose entertaining short films present a fresh look at familiar artworks.
Beninese artist Romuald Hazoumè has been making his well-known masks for many years, but ‘Carnaval’, his show at the October Gallery
1 November 2022
Under an image of Richard Woods’ ‘Small House’ installation at Southwark Cathedral, Fergus Butler Gaillie
Sometimes I wonder if the art fair is a symptom of the internet and our contemporaneous assumption that everything is instantly available at the click of a button
As 1-54 celebrates its 10th birthday, the first international art fair to focus on modern and contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora
7 October 2022
The white south African artist William Kentridge has used the play Ubu Roito to express his views against South African apartheid and its vicious attacks on its black citizens.
15 September 2022
I was thrilled to attend the second edition of Panorama in the charming seaside city of Monopoli, which took place from 1st to 4th September in my beloved Puglia, Italy.
The work of artist Spencer Tunick defies genres by transforming both landscapes and the human form into powerful artworks.
14 August 2022
From early on in their history, churches have regularly been spaces in which art was displayed and valued. That continued in the modern period…
10 August 2022
Qatar, a country that is no stranger to important contemporary public art, with works by Richard Serra and Damien Hirst, will be Transformed into an Outdoor Art Museum
2 August 2022
One of the things about this series is that it provides an opportunity to look back on keynote contemporary works with a degree of hindsight.
Charmaine Watkiss is the daughter of Jamaicans who came to post-war Britain in the 1960s when immigration from former colonies was encouraged to help with the significant labour shortage.
1 August 2022
Oldenburg’s show at Judson House in May 1959 was his first solo show and consisted of three-dimensional constructions.
Masterpiece is one of London’s unmissable art fairs. This is a melting pot where visitors can view and buy the finest works of art, design, furniture and jewellery
Mali Morris is a popular and notably active member of the Royal Academy of Arts, making her an appropriate choice for the annual commission to make flags over Bond Street.