Yuki Aruga

Posted by Fabio 26 April 2018

Fuelled by her passion for nature, draftsmanship and traditional artistic techniques, Wales-based artist Yuki Aruga has studied and assisted taxidermists, florists and painters whose practices and methods are rooted in tradition. read more

Ian Davis

Posted by Fabio 24 April 2018

For more many years artist Ian Davis has made detailed pictures of men in groups. They are identically dressed in vocational clothes—business suits, lab coats, clerical frocks, hi-vis vests or military drab. read more

Paige Moon

Posted by Fabio 20 April 2018

Paige Moon’s work is based on her daily adventures, whether alone or with a cast of old and new friends. She aims to compile recollections of memories and create memorials to those experiences. read more

Jennifer Guidi – Heliocentric

Posted by Fabio 19 April 2018

Heliocentric an exhibition of new paintings by Jennifer Guidi. This is Guidi’s first exhibition with Gagosian gallery and her first solo exhibition in Asia. read more

John Clang

Posted by Fabio 19 April 2018

The practice of Singaporean visual artist John Clang often straddles dual realities of global cities, unfettered by confines of time and geography. A double-sight navigator of a world in constant flux, he absorbs seemingly mundane and banal external stimuli read more

Forest Memories – Celia Jacobs

Posted by Fabio 18 April 2018

Forest Memories – A series of paintings by artist and llustrator Celia Jacobs based off of memories of being in the forest. These paintings are currently being shown as part of the Unvarnished Truth group exhibition at Ayzenberg Space from April 8 to July 1, 2018. read more

Helen Cammock is the seventh winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women.

Posted by Fabio 17 April 2018

Iwona Blazwick, Director of the Whitechapel Gallery announced Helen Cammock as the seventh winner of the prize at a ceremony at the Whitechapel Gallery on 16 April 2018. Cammock was selected from a shortlist of artists including Emma Hart, Ruth Ewan, Ana Genovés, Tania Kovats and Phoebe Unwin. read more

Dan Colen: Mailorder Mother Purgatory

Posted by Fabio 10 April 2018

Lévy Gorvy will debut new paintings and sculpture by Dan Colen in the artist’s inaugural exhibition at the gallery, opening May 2nd. Dan Colen: Mailorder Mother Purgatory will present three recent bodies of works read more