Search results for “Lucian Freud”

A Painter’s Progress: A Portrait of Lucian Freud

Working with the artist for nearly two decades, Dawson was not only Freud’s constant companion in the studio he was also one of his favourite models.

Jane McAdam Freud: Family Matters at Gazelli Art House

It is timely that Gazelli Art House pairs their new exhibition Family Matters with works by Jane McAdam Freud as interest in the Freud family peaks.

Refracted Bodies

“I wanted to be in a place where art and life come together.” Mona Kuhn speaks about reinventing the nude, tapping into the role of nature in work.

Magnetic Portraits

The Richard Learoyd exhibition at Fundación MAPFRE is a timely refuge from the constant flow of digital imagery in the outside world.

Artistic Champion

Lisa Immordino Vreeland’s portrait of the patron of modern art provides insight into an individual’s relationship with her creative contemporaries.

Speakers

Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2016

Solitary Anticipation

Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf presents the immeasurable tension of waiting in his recent series, located in the space between hope and regret.

Interview with Neville Redvers-Mutton, Technical Manager, Momart

Momart has over 40 years experience in art transport, storage and handling. We speak to Neville Redvers-Mutton, Technical Project Manager, about the company’s ethos and working practices.

Highlights of London Art Fair, 21 – 25 January, 2015

The UK’s premier fair for Modern and contemporary British art opens for its private view. Situated in the Business Design Centre, Islington, the 27th edition of the London Art Fair runs 21-25 January.

Self: Image and Identity – Self-portraiture from Van Dyck to Louise Bourgeois

Artists have been recreating their own image for centuries, from advertisement and preserving legacy, to figurative studies, political commentary and biographical exploration, self-representation has shaped Western art.

20/21 British Art Fair, London

The 20/21 British Art Fair opens today at the Royal College of Art, London. It is the only fair to specialise in Modern and Post-War art, but also features work up to the present day. From 10-14 September.

Art Everywhere. UK Wide Billboard and Poster-site Exhibition

Back for its second year after popular success in 2014, Art Everywhere is a large scale project to get work on display around the UK using poster sites as places to see amazing art.

Review of Art and Optimism in 1950s Britain, MIMA

After the devastation caused by World War II, Britain was in desperate need of optimism and re-development. During the course of the war Britain suffered the tragic loss of 383,800 soldiers’ lives.

Review of Social Codes, Yannick Fournié and Cyril Le Van, Paris

The theme of contemporary dress codes was suggested by the Galerie Géraldine Banier who then proceeded to contact two French artists who would dovetail for a harmonious exhibition.

To Hope, To Tremble, To Live: Modern and Contemporary Works from the David Roberts Collection, Wakefield

David Roberts’ private collection of contemporary work is about to go on display at The Hepworth Gallery. To Hope, To Tremble, To Live will be exhibited from 27 October until 3 February.

Facing the Music: 20th-Century Portraits of British Composers at the Barber Institute of Fine Art

Facing The Music is an exhibition focusing on the portraiture and documents of British composers. The collection shows works painted and photographed by a hoard of different artists and assistants.

Portrait of the Artist As… The Courtauld Gallery, Somerset House

Portrait of the Artist As… looks at the ways in which artists have portrayed themselves, their peers and predecessors over centuries. Organised by Courtauld’s Curating the Art Museum students.

The Story of British Design

The first comprehensive exhibition to examine how UK artists and designers have produced acclaimed works, from post-war to the present day.