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Rachel Whiteread at Luhring Augustine, New York

Luhring Augustine, New York’s Looking Out exhibition of early works on paper and recent sculpture by Rachel Whiteread opens on 19 September.

Rachel Whiteread: Drawings

Whiteread is well known for her sculpture and for being the first woman to win the Turner Prize, in 1993. She has said: “My drawings are a diary of my work.”

History, Technology and Legacy

Artist duo Feipel & Bechameil are influenced by our growing dependence on technology, considering the consequences of a robotised world on humans.

Contemporary Photography:
What to See in 2022

2022 is set to be filled with exciting and thought-provoking exhibitions. This is our snapshot of what to look out for over the next six months.

Domestic Spaces

What is the meaning of ‘home’? 10 artists respond to this theme, including Rachel Whiteread, Clio Barnard, Mike Kelley and Richard Billingham.

Suspended in Time

Dried blooms emerge from blocks of ice. Pampas grasses are encased in glassy shards. These are the works of London-based Angela Yanjun Chen.

A Changing City

‘Architecture of London’ at Guildhall Art Gallery takes an extensive look at a continually transforming city whilst capturing its buildings.

Unseen Industry

Fostering a wider appreciation of natural habitats and the people working to preserve them, The Custody Code is a film offering essential insights.

5 to Read: This Month

Immersive installation, visionary architecture and artists’ postcards come together in February 2019’s compilation of must-read publications.

Urban Developments

Living with Buildings studies the structures which house and care for humanity – considering the changing needs of urban planning.

Global Perception

A new Minimalism exhibition in Singapore brings together artists from around the world as part of a wider global dialogue around the movement.

Urban Living

Living with Buildings at Wellcome Collection, London, examines how urban structures influence society’s health and well being.

Enduring Imagery

Space, Light and Time: Edward Woodman, A Retrospective foregrounds enduring images of 20th century artworks from renowned artists.

Discerning Eye: Women in the Arts

Fashion designer and artist Sadie Clayton, one of 2018’s ING Discerning Eye selectors, discusses the importance of the initiative.

Facilitating Development

Acclaimed practitioners come together to create a new major fund, Artists for Artangel, in support of the arts commissioning agency.

5 to See: This Weekend

Exhibitions running 20-21 January offer viewers the opportunity to reflect on the modern world, building platforms for introspection.

Introspective Architecture

Rachel Whiteread demonstrates command of the interdependent factors of space and place, with both inventive and monumental structures.

Future Now: Day Two

Big Ideas. Small World. Future Now continues today; topics include arts journalism, the importance of place, the creative city and talent development.

Future Now Symposium 2017

Future Now Symposium 2017 25 May – 26 May 2017 Addressing themes in today’s artistic climate through lectures, panel discussions and portfolio reviews, the Future…

Conscious Developments

Gazelli Art House, London, introduces their new exhibition toute seule this January. An all-female show responds collectively to the modern world.