Dana Schutz: ‘Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly’ at Thomas Dane Gallery

Dana Schutz. Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly. Opening: 12 September, 12-6pm. Exhibition dates: 16 September – 20 December 2020 ‘I think it’s interesting how narrative works in a painting — it’s not dictated in real time, but it does have its own time. So you can read the painting and it can unfold, but … Read more

New auction record for a self-portrait by Dutch Master Rembrandt Van Rijn

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One Of Only Three Self-Portraits By The Dutch Master Left In Private Hands Realises £14,549,400 28 July 2020, London: Moments ago in Sotheby’s London saleroom, a self-portrait by the great Dutch master, Rembrandt van Rijn realised £14,549,400/ $18,722,168, setting a new auction record for a self-portrait by the artist at auction. Chased by six determined bidders, Self-portrait, … Read more

BP Portrait Young Artist winner, Ania Hobson, celebrates modern women in her debut London show

Rising star of the UK art scene, Ania Hobson will showcase new work at her debut London solo exhibition. The artist will unveil an exciting collection at The Catto Gallery this September where, in her newest set of paintings, she builds on the contemporary figurative style that won her national acclaim. Two years ago, Hobson … Read more

London Exhibitions: Atelier Picasso

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Press Viewings: Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd September 2020 Atelier Picasso at BASTIAN will recreate Picasso’s Cannes studio as an immersive experience within the gallery, using his treasure trove of objects including furniture, sculptures, ceramics, drawings and prints. Throughout his life Picasso was a prolific image maker, experimenting and excelling in every medium with which … Read more

Announcement from Eye of the Collector

Ibrahim El-Salahi, The Tree, 2003, courtesy of Vigo Gallery | Wassily Kandinsky, Monte?e des Grilles, May 1939, courtesy of Alon Zakaim Fine Art | Fredrikson Stallard, Armchair 'Species III', 2015, courtesy of David Gill Gallery. From the Eye Viewing Room, May 2020

Due to the current Covid 19 pandemic, Eye of the Collector has regretfully had to take the difficult decision to reschedule their inaugural London edition to 2021. Eye of the Collector’s priority has always been to ensure an immersive and enjoyable experience for their guests and participants and, although there have been encouraging signs of … Read more

Stephen Friedman Gallery. David Shrigley: Screenprints Catalogue Raisonné

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Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present ‘Multiple III’, the third iteration of its annual exhibition of editions by gallery artists. This year’s online presentation brings together a complete catalogue raisonné of David Shrigley’s screenprints from 2012 onwards and is accompanied by the launch of a new edition by the British artist. Shrigley is best … Read more

Rembrandt to Richter: Sotheby’s London

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ROLL CALL OF HIGHLIGHTS REVEALED AS EXHIBITION SHOWCASING OVER 500 YEARS OF ART HISTORY OPENS IN LONDON EVENING SALE TO TAKE PLACE ON 28 JULY CATALOGUE NOW LIVE ONLINE This summer, Sotheby’s London will present a one-off auction and exhibition that spans over half a millennium of art history. From Rembrandt, ‘the first modern painter’, … Read more

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios announces recipients of three International Residencies

Bassam Al-Sabah, I Am Error, Still from upcoming CGI film, 2020. Courtesy the artist.

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios is pleased to announce the recipients of our International Residency Programme, supporting artist residencies in New York, Paris and Dublin. The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) Residency 2020, in New York, is awarded to Sam Keogh. The TBG+S/HIAP International Residency Exchange 2020, in Dublin, is awarded to Inga Meldere. The Cité Internationale … Read more