Artists Explore the Digital Age in MIRRORCITY at Hayward Gallery

Artists Explore the Digital Age in MIRRORCITY at Hayward Gallery

Victoria Sadler  5.11.2014
The exhibition presents artworks in a wide variety of media, from paintings to film, from sculpture to sound. But all of it questions that...

Seven Artists for Seven Islands

Nicole Ettinger  4.11.2014
In need of a holiday, yesterday I visited all seven of the Canary Islands under one roof! Seven illustrators from across Europe were each...
Making in the Modern World

Making in the Modern World

Rosy Greenlees  3.11.2014
The executive director of the Crafts Council on the organisation's ground-breaking new conference Since joining the Crafts Council, one...

Before the Dawn - Arabella Dorman

Bob Chaundy  2.11.2014
Acclaimed war artist Arabella Dorman has visited Afghanistan on several occasions over the past five years in order to capture in her paintings...

Wonderful Sigmar Polke Retrospective at Tate Modern

Victoria Sadler  1.11.2014
Sigmar Polke was one of the most radical, experimental and influential artists of the past 50 years. And the Tate has brought together...

ArtRooms To Coincide With The London Art Fair

Lorenzo Belenguer  28.10.2014
Frieze is the highlight of the London arts scene. For a week the good and rich come here for a jamboree of cocktails, talks, networking...

I Quite Enjoyed Frieze 2014!

Amah-Rose McKnight-Abrams  27.10.2014
I am feeling slightly sheepish about my previous post. I was griping about the how full on and (implied) uncreative Frieze Art Fair can...

Life in the Arts Lane - Week 92 - Quo Vadis?

Thomas Woodham Smith  27.10.2014
It is a strange moment. I do not know where to go or what to see. There is so much going on that it seems easier to stay in bed and pull...

Art Fairs Highlights or Who is the Art For?

Milena Kotseva  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

Victoria Sadler  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

Victoria Sadler  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

Diego Giolitti  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

Ewa Zubek  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

Lorenzo Belenguer  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...