Posts In: Contemporary Art

I didn’t quite know what to expect from Michael Elmgreen (b. 1961, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset’s (b. 1969, Norway) latest exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, mainly because I hadn’t come across any of their work before. I love that about living in a city like London. There is so much creativity, and talent from around the world.

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The South Korean artist Lee Bul’s latest exhibition at the Hayward Gallery is both a political, and architectural spectacle. The exhibition entitled, “Crashing” centres around themes of the body, the aesthetic, and how societal’s need or desire for perfection can often lead to its own destruction.  Read More

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Our selection of exhibition of the week has to go to Zhuang Hong Yi for Raw II at the Unit London Gallery. Following the success of the artist’s first show at the Soho gallery in 2015, Zhuang Hong Yi returns to offer another chance to witness the spectacle of his intricate works.

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It has been over a year since I first announced the news about the imminent launch of the David Hockney exhibition at Tate Britain. Now a year later, following its launch on February 9th I ventured over to Pimlico to see what all the hype was about.  Read More

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The Tate Modern announce launch of Picasso exhibition in 2018. The exhibition entitled The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame, Tragedy  will follow a pivotal year in Picasso’s career and will feature over 100 works, many not seen before in the UK.

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Our good friends at Creative Debuts are launching their very own First Thursday Student Competition in London this February.

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This week’s Art Eats selection of the week goes to the Turner Prize. An annual awarded founded in 1984, this year’s award exhibition features the recent work by four shortlisted artists: Helen Marten, Anthea Hamilton, Josephine Pryde, and Michael Dean.  This year’s prize was awarded on the 5th of December 2016 to Helen Marten.

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