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Frieze Sculpture hits Regent’s Park once again

It’s that time of year again! The time of year, that is, where Regent’s Park becomes an open-air art gallery showcasing a number of sculptures. As part of Frieze, Frieze Sculpture includes 23 sculptures presented by an array of galleries. Only in its third year, Frieze Sculpture has become a hit that inspired Frieze New […]

Frieze’s Jo Stella-Sawicka named as the direct Goodman Gallery’s London expansion

Jo Stella-Sawicka has been named by the Goodman Gallery as the director of their London gallery set to open this Autumn. For nearly a decade, Stella-Sawicka has been a part of Frieze’s leadership team in London contributing to the growth of the fair in recent years. As artistic director for the fair, she oversaw the […]

Goodman Gallery to expand to London

The Goodman Gallery, one of Africa’s leading art galleries, announced yesterday that this fall, they will open their third location. Joining their Cape Town and Johannesburg spaces will be a new gallery space in London located on Cork Street in Mayfair. The gallery will be the first permanent gallery to come to the revitalized street […]

The blood flows in Anish Kapoor’s newest show

Blood gushes from Anish Kapoor’s new works on show at the Lisson Gallery in London. Not literally, but close enough in some cases of his silicone and fibreglass reliefs. A gauze dangles beneath the works and is spattered with red. His oil paintings, meanwhile, contain blood-red splashes and spurts emanating from pink and black cavities. […]

Five must-see London exhibitions

In London, as the days get warmer and the sun stays out longer, it’s tempting to spend every possible moment outside in the parks or in a garden sipping a G&T. However, if you find yourself a little too sunburnt or the cool weather snaps back, there are a number of exhibitions around the city […]

“Come out of the cupboard, you boys and girls” (The Clash)

London is still getting high on its tendency to be provocative. This rather British inclination has always been apparent but the cutting edge of such a position gets a bit duller when it becomes a fashionable ideological label, a cool pin to wear on one’s good conscience. It’s rare not to find an obvious highly […]

Christine Ay Tjoe’s debut solo show at White Cube

Indonesian artist Christine Ay Tjoe has recently opened an exhibition of new works at White Cube’s Bermondsey gallery. The exhibition, titled ‘Black, kcalB, Black, kcalB’, is her debut solo show since joining the gallery and explores notions of darkness through large-scale paintings and drawings. Concerning the new works and their inspiration, Ay Tjoe has said: […]