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Saturday 25th October 2014

Art

Women in Digital at the Hospital Club | Exhibition review

Women in Digital at the Hospital Club
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Women in Digital is an innovative exhibition at the Hospital Club that focuses on the graphic works of various female artists and art collectives in collaboration with LG and Sedition. Sedition is an online platform that works to make art [read more]

Frieze Masters 2014 | Exhibition review

Frieze Masters 2014
EXHIBITION REVIEW

However impressive and polished the gallery displays in the Frieze London tent are, Frieze Masters is undoubtedly the sophisticated sister event. Its dynamic is more scholarly and grown up, despite retaining the Frieze dedication to [read more]

Frieze Art Fair 2014 | Exhibition review

Frieze Art Fair 2014
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Regents Park is currently playing host to the international art flocking that is Frieze 2014. In its 12th year, the Frieze franchise, founded by Matthew Slotover and Amanda Sharp, has established a second further art fair; housed in a [read more]

Alibis: Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern | Exhibition review

Alibis: Sigmar Polke at Tate Modern
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Sigmar Polke is quite possibly one of the most resolutely eclectic artists of the 20th and 21st centuries. Having died in 2010, his career as an artist touched and ran alongside some defining moments in recent history, which formed and [read more]

Kerry James Marshall: Look, See at David Zwirner Gallery | Exhibition review

Kerry James Marshall: Look, See at David Zwirner Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Kerry James Marshall is a contemporary artist who earned his BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. His work primarily deals with portrayals of ultra black people in society, often showing them in ordinary situations. [read more]

Mim Scala: In Motion at Eleven | Exhibition review

Mim Scala: In Motion at Eleven
EXHIBITION REVIEW

A first for the author, producer, theatrical agent and artist, Mim Scala is presented by Eleven gallery in his premier solo exhibition. The theme and title of the show In Motion is for the most part evident in the animal forms Scala has [read more]

Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain | Exhibition review

Turner Prize 2014 at Tate Britain
EXHIBITION REVIEW

The Turner Prize, established in 1984, promotes discussion of developments in contemporary British art. The shortlist for this year’s prize is unveiled in exhibition at Tate Britain. The winner of the award will be announced live on [read more]

Shift Construct at Now Gallery | Exhibition review

Shift Construct at Now Gallery
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Just outside of North Greenwich station the Greenwich Peninsula is an up-and-coming, vibrant area with food, drink and art open to the public. Florence Peak’s sculptural performance Shift Construct at Now Gallery merges contemporary art [read more]

Art pause: world maps the way you’ve never seen them before

Art pause: world maps the way you’ve never seen them before

Artistic flair is a gift that only a few truly have and the unique style of English artist Michael Tompsett is the perfect example of genuine artistic flair. After working as a senior designer for a photographic studio in England for 12 [read more]

Paul McCarthy: WS SC at Hauser and Wirth | Exhibition review

Paul McCarthy: WS SC at Hauser and Wirth
EXHIBITION REVIEW

Hauser and Wirth have blacked out their windows for this exhibition, which itself says something about the charged content. As explicit, crude and provocative as ever, each of Paul McCarthy’s new paintings is a visual upsurge of wild [read more]

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