Anish Kapoor: Into Yourself, Fall

Posted by Fabio 3 March 2020

A new collaboration with Acute Art sees the first virtual reality artwork by Anish Kapoor presented in the dramatic setting of Windmill Hill on the Waddesdon estate. read more

Pioneering performance artist Ulay has died, aged 76

Posted by Fabio 2 March 2020

Ulay (born Frank Uwe Laysiepen; November 30, 1943) was one of the pioneers of body art, performance art and polaroid art; he was a transvestite, a half man – half woman, and a social activist. read more

Alice Gibney

Posted by Fabio 28 February 2020

Canadian-born artist, Alice Gibney, received her BFA from OCAD in Toronto, Ontario. In 2012 she completed her MFA at Parsons the New School for Design in New York City. Although her primary medium is drawing, Gibney also works in stop-animation and short video read more

Fever-Dream Collages by Jack Burton

Posted by Fabio 26 February 2020

Fever-Dream Collages a series by 2017 Royal Academy of Arts graduate, Jack Burton. Burton currently lives and works in Brussels. read more

Luchita Hurtado: I Live I Die I Will Be Reborn

Posted by Fabio 21 February 2020

The first career survey of paintings and works on paper by multifaceted artist Luchita Hurtado (Venezuela, b. 1920) at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). Prior to 2016, the remarkable breadth of Hurtado’s eight-decade career was virtually unknown read more

Tate Modern presents the first major exhibition of Steve McQueen’s artwork in the UK for 20 years

Posted by Fabio 7 February 2020

London is Steve McQueen’s home town and a place that continues to inspire him. This is the first major exhibition of his work since he won the Turner Prize in 1999. read more

Lucy Roleff

Posted by Fabio 30 January 2020

Lucy Roleff is a painter and freelance illustrator. Her paintings explore notions of beauty and purpose, depicting everyday items and elements of the natural world, whilst gently questioning our desire to claim and revere such objects. read more

Amanda Baldwin

Posted by Fabio 30 January 2020

Amanda Baldwin’s paintings carefully toe the line between regular order and total discombobulation. Her arrangements are grounded with recognizable imagery—plants and vases, fruits, both halved and whole read more