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.
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.
The final instalment of the RWA’s elements series, ‘Earth: Digging Deep in British Art 1781-2022’ is a major exhibition spanning four centuries of artwork. The group exhibition tackles the most expansive and urgent of subject matters, bringing together important modern, historical and contemporary artworks.
Black Rock Senegal announce the 2022-2023 participants for the third year of its Artist-in-Residence program. Founded by renowned artist Kehinde Wiley in 2019, Black Rock Senegal seeks to support new artistic creation through collaborative exchange and to incite change in the global discourse about Africa.
The sixth edition of ‘A Summer in Le Havre’ features several temporary large-scale art installations and a curated programme of events. Highlights include a ‘half-man, half-woman being’ by Japanese sculptor Izumi Kato, set in the tree-lined square of Saint-Vincent church. Also on view is ‘Apparitions’ by German artist Stephan Balkenhol, a permanent installation of figures displayed on the facades of the city’s Perret Buildings.
Yana Peel, Global Head of Arts & Culture at CHANEL joins artist Kehinde Wiley, and the photographer and activist Misan Harriman, in conversation.
Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec presents group exhibition 'America: Between Dreams and Realities' featuring over 100 works drawn from the prestigious collection of Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC.
'52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone' celebrates the fifty-first anniversary of the historic exhibition 'Twenty Six Contemporary Women Artists', curated by Lucy R. Lippard and presented at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in 1971.
Group exhibition ‘Future Bodies from a Recent Past’ brings together more than 100 works and several large-scale installations by 58 artists. Featuring artists primarily from Europe, the United States, and Japan, the exhibition focuses on the major technological changes since World War II and their influence on our ideas of the body.
Rothenstein’s enigmatic paintings are frequently characterised by a dreamlike quality. Mysterious figures often populate her flattened landscapes and interiors.
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