The 58th Carnegie International, titled ‘Is it morning for you yet?’ brings together historical works from the collections of international institutions, estates, and artists, alongside new commissions and recent works by contemporary artists.
Inspired by feminism and the politics of sexual liberation, Caroline Coon’s unique paintings contest binary notions of gender and oppressive patriarchal values. Her works cover a variety of subjects including sex workers, beachgoers, intersex people, still lifes, football players and urban landscapes. All are united by Coon’s unwavering rebellion against the status quo.
Actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament meet with artist Jonathan Baldock to discuss his works across multiple platforms including sculpture, installation and performance for Season 13 of Talk Art.
Yana Peel, Global Head of Arts & Culture at CHANEL joins artist Kehinde Wiley, and the photographer and activist Misan Harriman, in conversation.
Rothenstein’s enigmatic paintings are frequently characterised by a dreamlike quality. Mysterious figures often populate her flattened landscapes and interiors.
Join us for the second edition of London Gallery Weekend on Friday 13 May for an exhibition walkthrough and artist-led talk from Caroline Walker, whose solo exhibition 'Lisa' is currently on display in Galleries 1 & 2.
Actor Russell Tovey and gallerist Robert Diament meet with Caroline Walker to discuss 'Lisa' for Season 13 of Talk Art.
Hulda Guzmán features in 'A Cool Million Campaign', a public arts initiative for climate awareness led by artists and institutions to expand environmental justice programming and support the conservation of one million acres of land.
The Wolverhampton School of Art presents an artist talk with Caroline Walker to coincide with touring exhibition ‘British Art Show 9’ on Friday 8 April. Walker will be discussing her work, including studio methods and approaches to painting, followed by a Q&A.
Thomas Hirschhorn and Jim Hodges are included in an informal group of international contemporary artists who have come together to support ’Artists at Risk’, a non-profit organisation who since 2013 have collaborated with arts non-profits and government funders to assist artists who are at risk politically and fleeing oppression and war.
University of the Arts London present their Research Season 2022 Keynote event, 'Hosting Ideas for Progress: Yinka Shonibare CBE RA in conversation with Mark Sealy OBE'.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to announce the launch of Yinka Shonibare CBE RA's Guest Artists Space (G.A.S.) Foundation cultural center in Nigeria. Set across sites in Lagos and Ijebu, G.A.S. is a non-profit dedicated to facilitating cultural exchange through tailored residencies, public programs, and exhibition opportunities primarily for creative practitioners from Africa and the diaspora.
Artist Caroline Walker discusses her exhibition ‘Birth Reflections’ with author and broadcaster Hettie Judah. This baby-friendly discussion explores the subjects of motherhood, pregnancy, birth, and the spaces we encounter during this journey.
Holly Hendry joins Daniel S. Palmer (Curator at Public Art Fund, New York) to discuss her current solo exhibition, ’Holly Hendry: Fatty Acids’ at Stephen Friedman Gallery.
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