art review

London's City Hall will play host over the next two weeks to a selection of surprising and unexpected views of Russian architectural landscapes. 'Abstraction/Constructivism: British and Russian Responses to the City' documents urban life from both British and Russian perspectives.
In merely seven objects dating between 13th to 21st first century, this exhibition captures volumes of beliefs, mythologies, monarchy, traditions and the poor as well as the riches of a nation where artistic craftsmanship, expression and their advancement was an integral part of society.
When it comes to epitomising the Neo-Dandy on canvas, none do it better than Californian based artist Aaron Smith. A graduate of Pasadena's Art Center College of Design, Aaron has engaged in artistic experimentation for some years now, exhibiting in many prestigious galleries in Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.
Public art, specifically, has always provided humanity with a direct line through history, allowing us to connect with spirits of past generations. From classic structures like France's Arc de Triomphe to Robert Indiana's cherished contemporary LOVE sculptures.
The Dylan Thomas Centre is located about ten minutes walk from the wide-stretched Swansea bay where the colours of sunset
Saying that 2012 has been an interesting year for me is an understatement. After having been running Art galleries for 10 years, I decided to give up and to become a full-time artist. Not an easy decision.
Elizabeth Price has won the Turner Prize 2012. Price, the former 1980s pop musician won for her “seductive and immersive
Photographs hung outside Luke Fowler's video installation All Divided Selves Luke Fowler Noble, the most enigmatic artist
For a great many people, Edvard Munch: The Modern Eye will be a chance to decide if they should care about the artist for
Maybe it's the cynicism that pervades so much post-modern art. Maybe it's the 'world out there' being defined by its fiscal