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Gillian Jason Gallery Launches New Space with Powerful Exhibition

Growing the presence and careers of female and non-binary artists since 1982, Gillian Jason Gallery launches the UK’s first female-focused commercial gallery space in London with a powerful new exhibition At Peace, curated by Jade Foster and featuring five leading Black female artists Alanis Forde, Miranda Forrester, Sahara Longe, Cece Philips, and Emma Prempeh. Curated and selected by Jade Foster for At Peace, each of the five artists create figurative works that are unbound by...

Istanbul’s Meşher Presents “I-You-They: A Century of Artist Women”

I-You-They: A Century of Artist Women opens at Meşher, Istanbul on October 9th 2021 lasting until 27th March 2022 organised under the patronage of Çiğdem Simavi and sponsored by ÜNLÜ & Co. The exhibition, curated by Deniz Artun, features a selection of 232 works by 117 artists. Living and working in Turkey between roughly the 1850 and 1950, the work of these artists is largely unrecognised by the art historical canon. I-You-They takes its name...

Emily Young – Carving in Time Exhibition

This Frieze month, TOMASSO and Willoughby Gerrish are to present a curated exhibition of works by Emily Young alongside sculpture from the Classical to the Neoclassical.   Her work primarily focusses on changing perceptions around the environment. Her last big project, Weeping Guardians, entailed her creating several 12 tonne statues with beautifully carved faces and then lowering them on to the Tuscan sea floor in order to prevent illegal trawling along the coastline. (Top of...

Ultra-Violet Artworks Feature in Georgii Uvs Exhibition

To run alongside London’s Frieze Week – one of the world’s most exciting and influential celebrations of contemporary art – leading curator Ellen Nash is to present a new exhibition of artworks by acclaimed artist Georgii Uvs. (Top of page – Georgii Uvs, Mesozoic #4, 2016, oil on canvas, 140x210cm).Taking place at The Vinyl Factory between 13th  – 17th  October, Abstract Intuitionism follows on from the artist’s hugely successful UK debut show at Saatchi Gallery...

Paris Gears Up For FIAC 2021

From October 21st to October 24th, for its 47th edition, FIAC brings together over 160 galleries from 25 countries at the Grand Palais Ephémère and the Galerie Eiffel, which has been specifically installed for FIAC as an extension of the structure on the Champ-de-Mars. The selection will include modern art, contemporary art, and design galleries, as well as editions, from France and other European countries, Great Britain, North and South America, Asia, Africa as well...

New David Shrigley Exhibition Opens in Cambridge

Cambridge-based gallery, Extraordinary Objects, has opened a new exhibition celebrating the work of David Shrigley; a crude, contemporary and comical British artist, who is internationally recognised for his satirical, cartoonish ink drawings which observe everyday situations, human interactions and politics. The new exhibition, titled My Artwork Is Terrible and I am A Very Bad Person, will run until 4th December and features a range of rare prints and original artwork. F***ing Ace and I Must...

Architect-Turned-Artist Raymond Fung Set for First Solo Exhibition

3812 Gallery is to present Raymond Fung’s first ever solo exhibition showcasing his contemporary ink landscapes in Europe. On display will be his newest series Breathing and Life, debuting in London from 2nd November to 7th January 2022. (Top of page: Raymond Fung, 18 Shades in Ink series, Ink and colour on paper, each 136 x 16.5cm) Raymond Fung Wing Kee is a renowned artist and architect from Hong Kong whose works are included in...

Photo London Features David Bailey Archive

Fashion Photographer David Bailey is set to exhibit images from his illustrious archive for the first time at Photo London this September. Bailey has selected some of his most prominent and recognisable portraits alongside beautiful work from his 80s fashion archive. Rarely seen images of Jean Shrimpton (David Hockney Face Paint) from 1963 and a playful portrait of Miles Davis from 1969, will be shown in company with incredible fashion images featuring Catherine Bailey, Jerry...

De L’Amour Exhibition in Paris Explores Love In All Complexities and Definitions

An exhibition being held at the Palais de la Découverte in Paris is exploring love in all its complexities. Artists have been exploring love for decades. The De L’amour exhibition represents the line where art meets science through two different galleries. The first gallery, named the Gallery of Attachments,  is dedicated to love in the cultural sense, and how it is seen through the eyes of artists. In other words, the ‘romantic’ version of love...

The Glittering Treasures of Tutankhamen, the Golden Pharaoh

Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh may be the last chance to see Tutankhamen’s cultural hoard in the UK. Arts & Collections visited the Saatchi Gallery exhibition to see what may become the most popular exhibition of the decade  Almost a century ago in November of 1922, during his last funded dig in the Valley of the Kings, British archaeologist Howard Carter and his sponsor Lord Carnarvon broke into a tomb.  Carnarvon asked if Carter could see anything....

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