'luiz zerbini: intuitive ratio' at south london gallery, UK

8 June 2018
For his first solo show in a UK public institution, Luiz Zerbini will show a series of large-scale paintings referencing modernist architecture, contemporary culture and elements from the natural environment. These will be presented with a series of abstract works on canvas positioned around a sculptural centre-piece. The exhibition will also present Zerbini's 35mm film and slide works.

channing hansen in ‘inherent structure’ at wexner center for the arts, ohio, USA

19 May 2018
'Inherent Structure' showcases the work of a group of sixteen artists vividly exploring the powers of abstract representation in contemporary art. Historically, abstract painting has been associated with gesture, chance, impulse, and aesthetic purity. While insisting on the nuanced structures embedded in abstraction, the otherwise disparate artists in 'Inherent Structure' focus equally on the material, experiential, and social influences on painting.

david shrigley guest director at brighton festival 2018

5 May 2018
Brighton Festival 2018 Guest Director David Shrigley brings his large-scale installation 'Life Model II', alongside a selection of his animated films, to Fabrica Gallery in Brighton.

Andrew Comben, Chief Executive of Brighton Festival says: "Like Brighton Festival, David Shrigley's work is for everyone. Both powerful and funny, his work manages to navigate ‘high' and ‘low' art and speak to an incredibly wide audience."

art now: lisa brice at tate britain, london

27 April 2018
Lisa Brice has her first solo institutional exhibition in the UK with ART NOW: LISA BRICE at Tate Britain in London.

In this presentation Brice expands her recent use of a near single colour palette to include dynamic reds and deep greens to create large-scale paintings which address the art-historical tradition of the female nude.

'claire barclay: deep spoils’ at mission gallery, swansea, wales

24 March 2018
The sculptural forms that inhabit Mission Gallery reflect the city's industrial heritage, embodying evidence of the labour and skill from the bygone local coal, copper and pottery industries. Claire Barclay has described her site-specific installations as a ‘pause in an ongoing process'; the installation at Mission Gallery connecting to work she made recently at Tramway and Kelvin Hall for Glasgow International.

yinka shonibare MBE in ‘powerful tides’ at the dockyard, chatham, UK

23 March 2018
Powerful Tides: 400 Years of Chatham and the Sea looks at artists, both historical and contemporary, inspired by The Dockyard and the ships that were built there. The exhibition also links The Dockyard back to the waterways and the sea to which it was once intrinsically connected. The exhibition will include Yinka Shonibare's 2009 work 'Nelson's Ship in Bottle' which refers both to British colonialism and its expansion in trade and Empire made possible through the freedom of the seas and new trade routes.

yinka shonibare MBE in 'like life: sculpture, color, and the body (1300–now)’ at the met breuer, new york

21 March 2018
Seven hundred years of sculptural practice is examined in 'Like Life: Sculpture, Color, and the Body (1300-Now)'. This groundbreaking exhibition explores narratives of sculpture in which artists have sought to replicate the literal, living presence of the human body. 'Girl Ballerina', 2007, by Yinka Shonibare MBE is shown alongside Edgar Degas' 'The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer' of c.1880.

luiz zerbini in ‘dreaming awake’ at marres – maastricht, the netherlands

10 March 2018
A tropical rainforest is recreated in 'Dreaming Awake' as part of a series of Marres exhibitions in which the house is used to show an all-encompassing single work of art. The immersive project was developed by the Brazilian curator Luiza Mello and Marres director Valentijn Byvanck in collaboration with the artists Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané and Luiz Zerbini.

'wind sculpture (sg) i' by yinka shonibare MBE commissioned for doris c. freedman plaza, central park, new york

7 March 2018
Public Art Fund presents 'Wind Sculpture (SG) I', a new sculpture by Yinka Shonibare MBE commissioned for Doris C. Freedman Plaza at the southeast entrance to Central Park. This is the first work in a second generation of his celebrated Wind Sculpture series.

thomas hirschhorn wins the swiss grand award for art / prix meret oppenheim

23 February 2018
Stephen Friedman Gallery congratulates Thomas Hirschhorn as one of three recipients of the Swiss Grand Award for Art / Prix Meret Oppenheim. Awarded by the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, the 18th Swiss Grand Award for Art / Prix Meret Oppenheim has been awarded to Thomas Hirschhorn, Sylvie Fleury and architect Luigi Snozzi.

rivane neuenschwander in 'visions of the earth / the planned world’ at banco santander foundation, madrid, spain

20 February 2018
'Visions of the Earth / The Planned World' is the first exhibition to showcase Luís Paulo Montenegro's renowned collection. Montenegro started his collection in 1999 and today has one of the most important collections of modern and contemporary art in Brazil. The exhibition is curated by Rodrigo Moura, former director of art and cultural programmes at Inhotim Institute.

david shrigley at sketch london

18 January 2018
Sketch in London launches a new installation of work by David Shrigley. Following his highly acclaimed presentation of drawings which first opened in 2014, this new iteration features over one hundred unique oil bar and acrylic works on paper.

Shrigley has also designed a limited edition set of ceramic tableware, manufactured by British heritage brand Caverswall. The tableware features Shrigley's distinctive mordant drawings and texts, with inspiration drawn from the...

melvin edwards in 'the long run' at the museum of modern art, new york

11 November 2017
'The Long Run' featuring a selection of Melvin Edwards 'Lynch Fragments' is currently on view at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, which chronicles the continued experimentation of artists long after their breakthrough moments.
11 November 2017 - 4 November 2018

The Long Run | MoMA


tom friedman's 'looking up' installed outside st. louis science center and planetarium, missouri, USA

20 September 2017
Tom Friedman's dazzling 33 feet-tall stainless steel figure 'Looking Up' goes on permanent display outside the Science Center and Planetarium in St. Louis, the city where the artist originates from.