Art Fairs Highlights or Who is the Art For?

Art Fairs Highlights or Who is the Art For?

25.10.2014
I did not make it to Frieze this year. And while you might think that a review of the art week that does not cover the art shown at Regents...

Constructing Worlds Photography Exhibition at Barbican Centre

25.10.2014
From Depression-era America to 21st Century China, this vast display of photographs shows how our architecture reflects our values and...
Brilliant and Moving Rembrandt Exhibition at the National Gallery

Brilliant and Moving Rembrandt Exhibition at the National Gallery

23.10.2014
The new Rembrandt exhibition at the National Galley is not only an extraordinary collection of works from this great artist, but also incredibly...

Mikhail Baryshnikov: Dancing Away

16.10.2014
I am proud to present the first UK exhibition of the photography of Mikhail Baryshnikov, world famous dancer, choreographer, actor and...
10 Latvian Artists You Should Know and Where to Find Them

10 Latvian Artists You Should Know and Where to Find Them

15.10.2014
The country may be small, but its art is ambitious, grand, uncompromising - Latvia is home to a thriving contemporary art scene, a closely...
Why I Make Cocaine

Why I Make Cocaine

14.10.2014
Week is in full swing by now and before artgoers gulp down Prosecco and canapes, an other substances, as if there was no tomorrow, it might...

In Anticipation of Frieze Art Fair 2014

14.10.2014
Whether you are going to spend this week hobnobbing and chugging champagne in Mayfair or checking out street art at Moniker in Brick Lane...

Saad Qureshi - Congregation

12.10.2014
Earlier this year, while on a guided tour of the Grand Mosque in Mecca, Oxford-based artist Saad Qureshi noticed a number of beautiful...

Life In The Arts Lane - Week 91 - LAPADA, Battersea and Rome

11.10.2014
The Palazzo Venezia is home to the Rome Biennale. The palazzo is only partially obscured by the fair and its magnificence creeps out at...

Human Suffering at Times of Crisis Art Show in Notting Hill

8.10.2014
Barry Martin, a Goldsmiths graduate with artworks in the Tate collection, and Samir Ceric, the director of the Debut Contemporary art gallery...
Recon Festival: Crossing Geographical and Creative Boundaries in Leeds and Bradford

Recon Festival: Crossing Geographical and Creative Boundaries in Leeds and Bradford

6.10.2014
Having finished on the 29 September, Recon included a range of newly commissioned artworks that fostered collaboration between artists...
Cultural Spaces: Is It Time We Took Over Empty Buildings?

Cultural Spaces: Is It Time We Took Over Empty Buildings?

5.10.2014
Pop-up has become something which is synonymous with urban cool, from restaurants to clothing boutiques, they are prime social media fodder...

Life In The Arts Lane - Week 90 - The Paris Biennale to Beziers

1.10.2014
But Paris is not just about the Biennale - the whole city of art and design sparkles in the early autumn sun and shows proliferate. My...
What the Human Zoo Tells Us About Online Engagement

What the Human Zoo Tells Us About Online Engagement

1.10.2014
The web and sites like Change.org means that people can speak out and have more impact than ever before - proving wrong the assumption...