‘CHANGE YOUR LIFE’ by the graffiti artist ‘Indiano’ (Grosse, Jürgen). Visit the Imperial War Museum for more info.
Roehampton’s Alton Estate was once considered an architectural marvel. The design of the buildings in this south west London estate was influenced by leading modernist architect, Le Corbusier…
Anna has created her own visual language by working with a wide range of materials including clay sculptures, prints, works on paper, film and sound works, photography and mixed media. Anna’s work is compelling as it reflects both her personal life and the social context in which she has worked.
Bankside is one of London’s busiest districts and is buzzing with tourists and visitors. Home to Borough Market, the Globe Theater and Tate Modern, Bankside is also a centre for arts, culture and entertainment.
A new exhibition at the Serpentine Galleries presents the work of Venezuelan artist Luchita Hurtdo. ‘I Live I Die I Will Be Reborn’ is…
A brand-new exhibition at the Whitechapel gallery presents a major survey of work by Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz. He first came to prominence in the 1990’s and his artwork draws on
‘Straight’ by artist Ai Weiwei is not straight forward. It is a monumental floor-based sculpture made up of 90 tons of carefully arranged steel rods.
Artist Mike Nelson has turned Tate Britain’s central hall into a sculptural and cultural junkyard.
Monty is an artist. He’s also a fictional character and subject of the exhibition produced by Kwon Lee and curated by Zoe Watson at Copperfield Gallery.
Selected artists from the Contemporary British Painting Prize in discussion with Matthew Collings.
Here’s a round up of my favourite artists and artworks from this years London Art Fair.
The ArtGemini Prize is a celebration of international contemporary art by emerging and established artists from around the globe.
The commute from hell