Tiwani Contemporary, in partnership with baudoin lebon gallery, presents a show of contemporary African art at their London gallery that will run until the 17th March. The show, entitled SYNCHRONICITY II, is curated by On The Roof, a platform for freelance curators ...
Marwan Sahmarani is one of the most skilled and diverse contemporary artists that have come out of Lebanon in recent years. He is based in Beirut, but his work is far reaching and universal in scope and meaning.
Practicing the Art of Modern Story-telling
It was around May 2010 when Nina Maria Paschalidou had just wrapped up a fellowship at Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, as she found herself increasingly sucked into debates regarding Greece’s future.
Am I Over-Existing?
ANYthing goes and whatEVER is possible in this fast-paced 21st century, high-pitched, super-energised, electrifying series of video installations that is ANY-EVER, the latest show by Ryan Trecartin in collaboration with Lizzie Fitch.
Gerhard Richter: Panorama
A few months shy of his 80th birthday and today Gerhard Richter is being celebrated as the greatest painter of our time with an impressive retrospective at the Tate Modern in London. Curated by Nicholas Serota with Mark Godfrey and Amy Dickson ...
Le Corbusier & Pierre Jeanneret: The Chandigarh Project
In 1948, following the separation of the Punjab between India and Pakistan, the Indian Prime Minister, Nehru, sought out to do something unprecedented. He selected Le Corbusier to build him a brand new Punjabi capital on the location of a small farming village, Chandigarh.
DESTE Awards 2011
The verdict is in and the winner has been announced: 32-year old Anastasia Douka is this year’s recipient of the prestigious DESTE award. Anastasia Douka received her award from Kasper Koenig in a ceremony that took place on the 14th September at the Museum of Cycladic Art...
Sotheby's Beyond Limits 2011
For the seventh year running, Sotheby’s are once again holding an extraordinary selling exhibition of sculpture, now on view at Chatsworth. Arguably one of the most important stately homes in England, Chatsworth is the seat of the Dukes of Devonshire and it is a ...
Thomas Struth: Photographs 1978-2010
In a retrospective exhibition spanning 32 years of creative life, the Whitechapel Gallery in London was the third museum to have hosted the photographs of Thomas Struth. Following on from the Kunsthaus in Zürich and the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen in Düsseldorf...
Frank Stella at Haunch of Venison
Autumn is a very busy and exciting time in the London art world. With collectors back from holiday and following a rather long break in the sale season, the London art scene is gearing up for one of the most important dates in the calendar: The Frieze Art Fair.