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Transitional Imagery

Transitional Imagery

Dr. Chris Meigh-Andrews specialises in screen works, installation, sculpture and projections, as well as being an editor and professor for moving image.

Rodney Graham: Shape-Shifter

Rodney Graham: Shape-Shifter

BALTIC hosts a major retrospective of renowned Canadian artist Rodney Graham, That’s Not Me marks the artist’s first large-scale UK exhibition since 2002.

Christina Sanders: Short Fiction Winner

Christina Sanders: Short Fiction Winner

Christina Sanders, winner of the Short Fiction category in the Aesthetica Creative Writing Award 2017, discusses opportunities presented by short form.

Breaking Tradition

Breaking Tradition

The location chosen for V&R’s most recent shows, Palais de Tokyo, is Paris’s most experimental art museum, showcasing the trajectory of the brand.

New Aesthetics

New Aesthetics

Polka Galerie’s retrospective of Joel Meyerowitz concentrates on street photography in New York City, and the embrace of landscape and light.

5 To See This Weekend

5 To See This Weekend

The exhibitions in this week’s 5 To See reimagine everyday concepts; the artists provide audiences with fresh encounters of the ordinary.

Influential Modernism

Influential Modernism

Widely acclaimed as a central figure of the Bloomsbury Group, Vanessa Bell was a pivotal player in 20th century British art; Dulwich Picture Gallery illuminate her life.

Temporal Landscapes

Temporal Landscapes

Concerns with time, space, history and landscape inform the practice of British artist Darren Almond, exploring how these different dimensions intersect.

Worldwide Dialogues

Worldwide Dialogues

The 12th edition of Art Fair Tokyo takes the theme Art is Alive as its central focus, aiming to narrow the distance between artworks and people.

Meditative Processes

Meditative Processes

New York-based Chinese photographer Shen Wei sets out on a journey across continents for Between Blossoms at Flowers Gallery, New York.

Radical Transformations

Radical Transformations

The Arts Council Collection sheds new light on the rich and diverse nature of 1960s art, casting fresh perspectives over the creations of the period.

Interrelated Materials

Interrelated Materials

An exhibition at Mudam Luxembourg testifies to the diversity and compositional flair of Cragg’s oeuvre, showing a selection of work from over the past two decades.

A’ Design Award: Promotion and Recognition

A’ Design Award: Promotion and Recognition

A’ Design Competition was established to recognise the best design works internationally. Entries are open until 28 February.

Contemporary Categorisation

Contemporary Categorisation

Photography, objects and antiques come together for the National Gallery of Victoria’s encyclopaedic display Patrick Pound: The Great Exhibition.

Dynamic Relationships

Dynamic Relationships

Gabriella Kosa explores the relationship between mankind and nature. Within her works, the small squares and geometric forms represent desire for control.

Metropolitan Harmony

Metropolitan Harmony

A focus on the hidden dimensions of metropolitan life characterises Brian Pearson’s new photographic series at Robin Rice Gallery, New York.

Archaic Resonance

Archaic Resonance

Ruya Foundation’s exhibition at the 57th Venice Biennale displays the work of contemporary Iraqi artists in dialogue with ancient artefacts.

Reflective Structures

Reflective Structures

For his first solo show since 2010, and the first in the new space at Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, James Casebere returns to exploring interior spaces.

Representational Worlds

Representational Worlds

A lyrical witticism lies at the heart of Lenny Cornforth’s paintings; her pieces rely on the gentle rhythm of instinctive colour decisions and an attention to form.

Redefining Gender

Redefining Gender

A major group exhibition of contemporary women artists responds to The Fine Art Society’s, London, showcase of the radical and androgynous artist Gluck.

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