Breaking through the gallery walls: Dan Colen at Newport Street Gallery Here’s a challenge for the art collector: how do you hang an artwork which is an empty figure or shape, perfectly cut through the plasterboard and brickwork from one room into another? Yet, this is what Dan Colen has done at the Newport […]
"The many great gardens of the world, of literature and poetry, of painting and music, of religion and architecture, all make the point as clear as possible: The soul cannot thrive in the absence of a garden. If you don't want paradise, you are not human; and if you are not human, you don't have a soul."
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- Geometric artistry from England and Cuba; Tess Jaray and Ernsto Briel at Sotheby’s S|2 in London
- Does language creates national identity? Yoshinori Niwa at Edel Assanti
- Two very different exhibitions by Polish artists at Hauser & Wirth in London: Monika Sosnowska and Jakub Julian Ziolkowski
- Arups explores the future of AI?
- Nearly a century of German art at Ben Brown Fine Arts
- Brightening up the winter months: new and contemporary art at Phillips
- Celebrating Greek Independence at the National Gallery at Napflio
- The Acropolis and other Archaological Museums in Greece
- Greece was where classical architecture – and the Olympics – started
- Contemporary Art Museum in Athens – looks like it will be a real asset when it finally opens
- Recognising 100 years since the Russian Revolution in different ways at Tate Modern
- Art at Nightime – Roy Colmer at the Lisson Gallery
- Transitions in Covent Garden: Jake Wood-Evans at Unit London
- Swinging for a better world: SUPERFLEX’s One, Two, Three, Swing! at Tate Modern
- The space becomes a white canvas for Carmen Herrera at the Lisson Gallery London
- In the bearded jungle with Gilbert & George
- Meaning and Symbolism at “Markers” at David Zwirner in London
- Three generations of artists at the Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in London
- New Life for Old things – Jane McAdam Freud at Gazelli Art House
- Old Flo comes home to retire in London
- In the bearded jungle with Gilbert & George on Gilbert & George’s new exhibition “Scapegoating – Pictures from London”
- The more sinister side of football – Marcin Dudek at Edel Assanti on The beautiful but political game of football: Hank Willis Thomas at Ben Brown’s Fine Arts in London
- London’s summer sculpture park at Regent’s Park with Frieze Sculpture 2017 on The beautiful but political game of football: Hank Willis Thomas at Ben Brown’s Fine Arts in London
- The beautiful but political game of football: Hank Willis Thomas at Ben Brown’s Fine Arts in London on London’s summer sculpture park at Regent’s Park with Frieze Sculpture 2017
- The variety of Middle East modern and contemporary art at Christies’s on Creative lines at Christie’s new exhibition in London