Tony Cragg’s first exhibition at Lisson Gallery Milan consists of several new sculptures in bronze, wood and stone. Alongside these are a number of works on paper. Cragg’s complex polymorphic sculptures reveal aspects of the relationship between the rational internal dynamic of materials and our subjective response to material forms.
Tony Cragg, Lisson Gallery, Milan
Jury: Susanna Brown, V&A
A diverse panel of experts consider the Aesthetica Art Prize shortlisted works. This year we invited Susanna Brown, Curator of Photographs at the V&A.
Frieze London: The Acrobatic Rise of Performance Art
Like some sort of spandex-clad somersaulter often found in the medium itself, performance art has, in recent years, acrobatically risen to become the red-hot property in today’s contemporary art world. Ever since the mid-1960s, artists have been utilising the experimental to evoke radical messages.