8 May 2022

Wallace Chan Living In A Material World 59th Venice Biennale – James Payne

The last time we saw Wallace Chan’s work was in the Docklands in London when he showed ten of his large-scale titanium and iron sculptures in an exhibition titled “A Dialogue Between Materials and Time, Titans XIV”.

6 May 2022

FUTURERITUAL: Exploring Ritual In Queer Performance Cultures – ICA London

Exploring ritual in queer and performance cultures, FUTURERITUAL is a new, artist-led programme at the ICA this month.

3 May 2022

Sean Scully Explores The Role Of The Square In New Dublin Exhibition

The art of Sean Scully is widely acknowledged as among the most influential proponents of abstraction during the last half-century — particular attention has often been paid to the square’s aesthetic potential and imaginative significance.

1 May 2022

Transcending Epochs: When Matter Becomes Form – A New Exhibition At Bowman Sculpture

Bowman Sculpture and Canopy Collections are presenting a joint exhibition, ‘When Matter Becomes Form’, opening Friday, 6 May 2022

14 April 2022

Cornelia Parker To Mount Major Survey Of Her Work At Tate Britain

This May, Tate Britain will present the first significant survey of work by Cornelia Parker in London. Parker is one of Britain’s leading contemporary artists.

14 April 2022

Molly Parkin A 90th Birthday Retrospective – The Stash Gallery Vout O Reenees London

A new retrospective exhibition celebrating the life of Molly Parkin is set to open in April, at The Stash Gallery, Vout O Reenees London.

5 April 2022

Walter Sickert A Complex Personality Evolved On Canvas – Tate Britain

Tate Britain will present London’s biggest retrospective of Walter Sickert (1860-1942) in almost 30 years.

29 March 2022

Raphael Exhibition At National Gallery Explores His Entire Career

Having been postponed due to the Covid 19 pandemic and originally planned to mark the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s death in 2020, the National Gallery will finally unveil The Credit Suisse Exhibition: Raphael.

24 March 2022

William Turnbull At 100 Retrospective Announced By Offer Waterman

William Turnbull (1922-2012) was one of Britain’s most important post-war Modernists. He was described by Nicholas Serota when Director of the Tate as ‘an exceptional artist

17 March 2022

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Sterling Ruby Residency Inaugurates Berggruen Arts & Culture Palazzo Diedo Venice

Philanthropist Nicolas Berggruen has announced the creation of Berggruen Arts & Culture with the acquisition of the historic Palazzo Diedo

16 March 2022

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In Around Oxford Art Galleries – March 2022 – Nico Kos Earle

Through the window of Meakin + Parsons Gallery opposite, sunbeams illuminated a quad of brightly coloured works on paper.

9 March 2022

Philip Colbert Launches Lobstars An Exciting New Collection Of NFTs

Philip Colbert is launching his most advanced community project to date, “Lobstars”, a new collection of NFTs.

2 March 2022

Damien Hirst Exhibits Groundbreaking Formaldehyde Sculptures At Gagosian

“I wanted a shark that’s big enough to eat you and in a large enough amount of liquid so that you could imagine you were in there with it” – Damien Hirst

24 February 2022

100 Years Of The Artist’s Studio Explored At The Whitechapel Gallery

The Whitechapel Gallery is presenting a 100-year survey of the studio through artists and image-makers from around the world. 

16 February 2022

Marcus Lyon Creates Fields of Vision At St Martin-in-the-Fields London

Fields of Vision is an immersive exterior projection created by Marcus Lyon in collaboration with St Martin-in-the-Fields.

14 February 2022

Harry Rüdham Lubberland – Abundance And Human Connection – Grove Square Galleries

Lubberland, the exciting forthcoming solo exhibition of new and recent works by Harry Rüdham, opens at Grove Square Galleries from 17 February – 2 April 2022.

10 February 2022

Jimmy DeSana and Laurie Simmons Double Trouble – AMANDA WILKINSON GALLERY

Jimmy DeSana and Laurie Simmons shared a studio in New York up until DeSana’s death from AIDS-related illness in 1990.

2 February 2022

Louise Bourgeois Late Textile Works Explored At The Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery is presenting Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child, the first major retrospective of this legendary artist to focus exclusively on the works she made with fabrics

26 January 2022

Whitney Biennial 2022 Sixty Three Participating Artists Announced

The Whitney Museum of American Art has announced the sixty-three artists and collectives who will be participating in Whitney Biennial 2022.

23 January 2022

The New Art Gallery Walsall Acquires West Midlands Artists’ Works For Twenty Twenty Collection 

Following an open call, which received 220 submissions, The New Art Gallery Walsall has acquired 33 works by 31 West Midlands-based artists to create the new Twenty Twenty Collection.

20 January 2022

Suchitra Mattai Explores Social, Emotional And Political Material Based Practices – Unit London

Multimedia Indo- Caribbean artist Suchitra Mattai’s exhibition Monster (Unit London 11 January – 7 February)

18 January 2022

KAWS Launches His first Major London Solo Exhibition 

The artist KAWS launches his first major solo exhibition in London, NEW FICTION, KAWS (Brian Donnelly b.1974) at the Serpentine.

12 January 2022

Winslow Homer To Feature In New National Gallery Exhibition

The New England artist Winslow Homer (1836–1910), will have his first major UK show at London’s National Gallery. Homer is one of the most celebrated and admired American painters of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The show will take place later this year (10 September 2022 – 8 January 2023).  Little known in […]

15 December 2021

Courtauld Announces Van Gogh And Munch Exhibitions For 2022

The first-ever exhibition of Van Gogh’s self-portraits spanning his career and a significant collection of paintings by Edvard Munch, shown in the UK for the first time, will be the highlights of the newly reopened Courtauld Gallery’s 2022 exhibition programme.

6 December 2021

Ermina Avramidou: Deception A Solo Exhibition – Varvara Roza Galleries and The Blender Gallery London

Varvara Roza Galleries and The Blender Gallery are mounting a solo exhibition of paintings by Ermina Avramidou one of the most interesting contemporary female artists to emerge from Greece. 

28 November 2021

Suzanne Moxhay and Jenny Klein Staging Time – Tension Fine Art

Suzanne Moxhay and Jenny Klein have taken the stage at Tension Fine Art gallery with a series of works that share a progenitor: the photograph.

24 November 2021

Chris Levine Unveils First Autumn Winter Exhibition At Houghton Hall

British artist Chris Levine is showing a new body of site specific-works created for the inaugural Autumn Winter exhibition at Houghton Hall, Norfolk.

19 November 2021

Great Art Cities Explained New Art And Travel Video Series Launched

Following the wildly successful YouTube art history series Great Art Explained in 15 Minutes, founded last year by art writer and curator James Payne, a new art and travel series has launched. Great Art Cities Explained, a collaboration from PayneShurvell gallery owners, James Payne and Joanne Shurvell, will run concurrently on the same channel.

18 November 2021

Artist Support Pledge Gets Physical At Hastings Contemporary 

Artist Support Pledge (ASP) moves from our screens into a real-life gallery. From 25 November, the first-ever exhibition crowdsourced from Instagram opens at Hastings Contemporary.

17 November 2021

Life Between Islands Presents Four Generations Of Caribbean-British Art 

Life Between Islands is a landmark exhibition exploring the extraordinary breadth of Caribbean-British art over four generations.

10 November 2021

Kehinde Wiley Explores Climate Change And Migration At London’s National Gallery

The National Gallery London will feature an exhibition of the American Artist Kehinde Wiley (b. 1977, Los Angeles).

8 November 2021

Rundgång The Next Generation Of Young Artists – Royal Institute of Art Stockholm 

For years Rundgång at the Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm has been an annual summit of the next generation of young artists