Come Home Again, an illuminated choral sculpture, created by artist Es Devlin, will be installed outside Tate Modern and on view from September 16-25.
Like a breath of fresh air, “Dance Reflections,” a festival presented by Van Cleef & Arpels, is taking place in London this spring. The jewelry house,… Read More »Van Cleef and Arpels Celebrates the Art of Dance in London This Spring
In London this summer and looking for a way to escape the heat? Try visiting these shows at some of the city’s top exhibition spaces… Read More »Jeff Wall, Junya Ishigami’s Serpentine Pavilion, and More Must See London Shows
The first mid-career curator to collaborate on the British Pavilion, Dr. Zoe Whitley finds tenderness in the places of loss in Cathy Wilkes’ sculptural installations.… Read More »Framing Ambiguity at the British Pavilion with Curator Dr. Zoe Whitley
Pulane Kingston is more than an art collector. She’s a member of the Africa Acquisitions Committee at the Tate Modern, a member of the advisory… Read More »Collector Pulane Kingston Shares the Memories and Stories of Africa
Sudanese, Oxford-based artist Ibrahim El-Salahi was the first African artist to have a retrospective at the Tate Modern. That was in 2013, when the artist… Read More »Ibrahim El-Salahi: Art As a Spiritual Means of Meditation
If you’re visiting London this spring, make sure to visit these Must See exhibitions from the city’s top galleries and museums like Tate Modern, Whitechapel… Read More »Anne Imhof, Mike Nelson, William Monk, and More Must See London Shows
This week, we’re covering Frieze London and its surrounding events. To give you an insider look at the city, we’re talking to those in-the-know, who are sharing… Read More »Alexander Gilkes’ London: Sweetings, Sir John Soane’s Museum, and the Cotswolds