Historic  Influence

Historic Influence

Theatre, cinema, painting and photography coalesce in French photographer Nicolas Dhervillers’ Hommages series.

Challenging Categorisation

Challenging Categorisation

Having graduated just nine years ago, Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has already achieved the seemingly impossible when it comes to 3D printing.

Tangible Atmosphere

Tangible Atmosphere

Reality machines explores Olafur Eliasson’s career, offering a unique look at an artist who uses nature as a material to create experiences.

Symbiotic Landscape

Symbiotic Landscape

For architect Tom Kundig, design practice is an encounter with context, materials and nature, where structures become a part of their environment.

Chance Encounters

Chance Encounters

Auto-portraiture forms the basis of Kourtney Roy’s exploration of the self, reality, memory and dreams – creating the illusion of a fixed point in time.

Arctic Mythology

Arctic Mythology

Siberia-born Evgenia Arbugaeva explores the Arctic landscapes of her childhood in her most recent photographic series, Weather Man.

Intuitive Symbolism

Intuitive Symbolism

Maia Flore weaves her way through metaphorical landscapes in the series Situations, as an apparition in red

Impromptu Documentary

Impromptu Documentary

The primary objective of photographer Ari Gabel is to document the vanishing faces and stories of anonymous individuals across America.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

Takashi Hamaguchi’s Dissidents reveals the neglected aesthetic dimension of photojournalism and Agnieszka Kurant’s short film Cutaways bridges conceptual art and real-world issues, proving that the two are not so far removed after all.

Hyperrealist Drawings by Paul Cadden at Plus One Gallery, London

Drawings by Paul Cadden at Plus One Gallery, London

Plus One Gallery will host a solo show of gallery artist, Paul Cadden. This exhibition will feature 13 new hyperrealist drawings, which explore social scenes, portraiture and deserted landscape.

Interview: American Digital Artist Cecil Eci'Am Gresham

American artist Cecil Eci’Am Gresham works predominately with painting and mixed media art, but also has a distinctly digital style, which results in his unconventional, boldly abstract imagery.

Bruno Boudjelal, Frantz Fanon, Autograph ABP, London

Bruno Boudjelal, Frantz Fanon, Autograph ABP

French photographer Bruno Boudjelal explores the intricate links between personal identity, national identity and cultural memory. In his latest series, Boudjelal reflects upon the life of Martinique born French-Algerian philosopher, Frantz Fanon.

Interview with Sculptor Teresita Fernández, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York

Interview with Teresita Fernández, Lehmann Maupin

Teresita Fernández’s latest solo exhibition with Lehmann Maupin, New York, showcases her newest sculptural works: intimate interior landscapes in concrete, cast bronze, and detailed glazed ceramic.

Review of Rad Hourani: Neutrality at Arsenal Contemporary Art Center, Montreal

Review: Rad Hourani at Arsenal Contemporary Art Center, Montreal

We review artist and design Rad Hourani’s multidisciplinary exhibition at Arsenal Contemporary Art Center, Montreal. Hourani’s work celebrates neutrality as a defining human trait.

SCOPE Miami Beach 2015

SCOPE Miami Beach 2015

Attracting over 45,000 visitors each year, SCOPE Miami caters for seasoned tastemakers looking for the latest innovations in contemporary art. This year’s 15th anniversary edition will welcome 120 exhibitors from 22 countries and 57 cities.

Review of Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture at Tate Modern, London

Review of Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture at Tate

We explore Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture at Tate Modern, the UK’s largest survey of Calder, a pioneer of kinetic sculpture who played an essential role in shaping the history of modernism.

Gianfranco Foschino: ECLIPSE, Here and Now at Christopher Grimes Gallery, Los Angeles

Gianfranco Foschino: ECLIPSE at Christopher Grimes Gallery, Los Angeles

Gianfranco Foschino documents remote natural landscapes around the world, while also capturing the inhabitants of busy cities. We speak with the artist about his patient approach to making art.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

This week’s 5 to See offers an artistic exploration of materiality and the significance of everyday objects. Susan Hiller brings added value to ordinary furnishings in a new major show at Lisson Gallery and Ai Weiwei debuts his powerful statement jewellery collection at Elisabetta Cipriani Gallery.

Chiswick Auctions 20th Century Contemporary Art and Design Sale, 1 December

Chiswick Auctions 20th Century Art and Design Sale

Antique and modern auction house Chiswick Auctions is hosting a spectacular 20th Century and Contemporary Art & Design sale on 1 December in West London.

Art Kaohsiung 2015

Art Kaohsiung 2015

Art Kaohsiung, now in its third year, will open in the Southern port city of Taiwan on 11 December. Established in 2013 with 62 exhibitors, the fair has grown to cater for around 110 exhibitors with 700 artists from across the world this year.

The Jarman Award 2015 Shortlist and Whitechapel Weekender

The Jarman Award 2015 Shortlist

Organised by Film London, the annual Jarman Award recognises and supports artists working with moving image. Now in its eighth year, the award has built a reputation for identifying and showcasing the work of emerging talents in the UK.

Overview: 10th Edition of Contemporary Istanbul 2015

Overview: 10th Edition of Contemporary Istanbul 2015

The 10th edition of Contemporary Istanbul showcased mostly large-scale works in vibrant hues for a relatively new and growing market of buyers in Turkey, amidst more innovative new works.

Joan Jonas: They Come to Us Without a Word, United States Pavilion, Venice Biennale

Joan Jonas, United States Pavilion, Venice Biennale

Joan Jonas has conceived a new complex of works for the U.S. Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale, creating a multilayered ambiance, incorporating video, drawings, objects, and sound. We review the show.

Alberto Burri, Mazzoleni London

Alberto Burri, Mazzoleni London

Mazzoleni London brings a showcase of landmark works by Post-War Italian art master Alberto Burri to the UK. An undisputed icon of the 20th century, Burri forged a new aesthetic that paved the way for younger generations.

Award-winning Artist Shezad Dawood Wins ASFF 2015 Artists’ Film Award

Shezad Dawood Wins ASFF 2015 Artists’ Film Award

Aesthetica Short Film Festival celebrated its 5th anniversary with a grand finale by announcing the category winners including Best Artists’ Film Shezad Dawood’s Towards the Possible Film.

Review of the Turner Prize 2015 at Tramway, Glasgow

Review of the Turner Prize 2015 at Tramway, Glasgow

The Turner Prize is awarded to a British artist under 50 for an outstanding exhibition of their work in the preceding year. We travel to Tramway in Glasgow to explore the show, on until January.

Interview: Digital Artist Jess Littlewood, Modern Mythology, The Contemporary London

Interview: Jess Littlewood

We speak with digital artist Jess Littlewood about her practice and group exhibition Modern Mythology, which draws on a rich lexicon of imagery to explore constructed belief systems.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

As the seasonal lights and ornaments begin to appear on street corners, we turn our attentions to a stimulating collection of international exhibitions. Our 5 To See this week begins in London with Evgenia Arbugaeva’s solo presentation at The Photographers’ Gallery.

Review of Ai Weiwei at The Royal Academy, London

Review: Ai Weiwei at The Royal Academy, London

Curated in collaboration with Ai Weiwei from his studio in Beijing, The Royal Academy showcases some of the artist’s most important works from 1993 up to present day, including new installations.

Contemporary Istanbul 2015

Contemporary Istanbul 2015

Contemporary Istanbul launches its 10th edition this week, opening to the public today. One of the region’s leading art fairs, Contemporary Istanbul celebrates its landmark anniversary with a showcase of over 700 artworks.

Review of Cerith Wyn Evans at White Cube Bermondsey, London

Cerith Wyn Evans at White Cube Bermondsey, London

We review Cerith Wyn Evans’ new neon sculptures at White Cube, Bermondsey, an interrogation of the world around us, which create moments of rupture within existing structures of communication.

Wonder, Renwick Gallery, Washington D.C

To celebrate the reopening of the Smithsonian’s Renwick Gallery, the institution has invited nine contemporary artists to transform its interior into an engaging and immersive artwork.

Paris Photo, Grand Palais

Paris Photo, Grand Palais

The 19th edition of Paris Photo opens in two days at the capital’s celebrated venue, the Grand Palais. Showcasing both historical and contemporary works, the annual fair welcomes 173 galleries.

Review of Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield, Museums Sheffield

Review of Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield, Museums Sheffield

In Going Public, five venues across Sheffield partner with major European art collectors this autumn to bring a programme of world class exhibitions and unique events to the city.

Follow, FACT Liverpool

Follow, FACT Liverpool

In this major exhibition, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) invites artists to respond to the radically changed world of social interaction that we now inhabit, and its impact on our sense of personal identity and our relationships with others.

Interview with Photographer Adel Quraishi, The Guardians, Leighton House Museum

Adel Quraishi, The Guardians, Leighton House Museum

We interview photographer Adel Quraishi about his portraits of the eight remaining Guardians of the Prophet’s Mosque in Medina, on show at Leighton House Museum, London until 29 November.

Review of Emily Jacir: Europa at Whitechapel Gallery, London

Review: Emily Jacir, Europa, Whitechapel Gallery, London

Europa, the first UK survey of artist Emily Jacir at Whitechapel Gallery, London, focuses on her dialogue with Europe and the Mediterranean. Jacir explores histories of migration and resistance.

Anne Collier, Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada

Anne Collier, Art Gallery of Ontario

This solo exhibition of 40 large scale works by acclaimed photographer, Anne Collier, questions how photography and media images seduce us and therefore affect our perception.

Review of Lawrence Weiner: Within a Realm of Distance at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Review of Lawrence Weiner: Within a Realm of Distance at Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Blenheim Palace is hosting an exhibition by American artist and founding figure of Conceptual Art, Lawrence Weiner. The exhibition shows works from the last few decades, alongside site-specific pieces.

Interview with Artist James Lloyd, Judge for the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2016

Interview with Artist James Lloyd, Judge for the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2016

The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize was created in 2005 to encourage the best creative representational painting and promote the skill of draughtsmanship. We speak with judge James Lloyd.