Review by David Levesley 'What we can and must reinstate is the primacy of the imagination' said Dalwood, a sculptor who's impressive credentials do not seem to match up to the quiet arrival of the new exhibit of his work at the Mead Gallery; considered one of the leading post-war British...

This year's selector are: Artists, Eileen Cooper RA and Lisa Wright, Collectors, John Pluthero (Chairman, Cable & Wireless Worldwide and founder of abstract critical) and John Deston (The Mall Galleries, London) and critics, Ossian Ward (Visual Arts Editor, Time Out, London), and Brian Sewell...

It's your last chance to get in on the action. And to sweeten the deal even more, we're including two tickets to the Nicole Miller, Emerson and ELLE Fashion NEXT fashion shows and Style360's Boy Meets Girl® by Stacy Igel opening presentation party. New York Fashion Week is approaching, and...

Today is your last chance to participate in Nivea's "#KissOfTheYear" Contest. As I mentioned in my last post, Nivea's judging panel has chosen the Top 5 couples for all of America to choose from! This year's winning couple will receive the full VIP treatment in NYC with the NIVEA team and...

The exhibition brings together paintings whose preoccupation is with three dimensionality in its most direct sense and floor-based sculpture that reflects the painterly and imagistic. Harvey explains: "Two and a Half Dimensions is a phrase I use to describe a doorway between wall-based...

Here repetition opens up debates about authorship, failure through repetition and the role of labour. Compulsive, Obsessive, Repetitive is a group show of five new commissions (and one earlier work) by a group of sculptors who use small scale repetitive processes to create large scale...

Arbus' work represents things as they are with striking boldness and purity; couples, children, carnival performers, nudists, transvestites, eccentrics and celebrities are all shown within the prism of their own world, demonstrating Arbus' unique sensibility with regard to posture and light....

In the spirit of celebration, Issue 41 includes a piece on Guggenheimn Bilbao where the Luminous Interval features internationally acclaimed artists such as Louise Bourgeois, Kiki Smith and Damien Hirst, ArtAngel's new commission at MIF, Bruce Nauman's retrospective at The Kunsthalle Mannheim...

Review by David Levesley 'What we can and must reinstate is the primacy of the imagination' said Dalwood, a sculptor who's impressive credentials do not seem to match up to the quiet arrival of the new exhibit of his work at the Mead Gallery; considered one of the leading post-war British...

Located on the top two floors and roof of a seven story car park in Peckham, the view is fairly epic, and since the temporary gallery space is complemented by having Frank's Cafe and Campari Bar strapped onto the building it is a pleasure to be in the space itself. Specially appointed by the...

 

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