Search results for “Sarah Lucas”

Sarah Lucas: Temporary ob-scenarios, Fondazione Nicola Trussardi

The Nicola Trussardi Foundation has decided to explore new territories and modes of presenting contemporary art; Sarah Lucas’s project at Albergo Diurno is deeply consistent with this intent.

Sarah Lucas’ British Council Commission, Venice Biennale

This year, the UK Pavilion at the 65th Venice Biennale presents a new body of work by Sarah Lucas set in a sea of Crème Anglaise, dismissing the traditional white walls for bright custard yellow.

Sarah Lucas, British Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas will present her much anticipated solo exhibition in the British Pavilion as part of the 2015 Venice Biennale. Most recently, a survey of her work featured at Tramway in Glasgow.

Review of Sarah Lucas: SITUATION Absolute Beach Man Rubble at Whitechapel Gallery, London

Sarah Lucas understands the seriousness of her task, which is to take a critical stance on gender and sexuality through a masterful manipulation of form. Her new show opens at Whitechapel on 2 October.

Sarah Lucas: Ordinary Things, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds

The definition of sculpture is currently being put into question here at the Henry Moore Institute. The artist-interrogator is Sarah Lucas. She turns to the sculptural rather than the sensational.

25 Years of British Art

New Contemporaries continues to play a key role in art from the UK: a story of towering medicine cabinets and potent portraits of identity.

Breaking the Mould

A major new touring exhibition promises to shed light on the hidden histories of women’s sculpture worldwide. Aesthetica speaks to the curator.

Championing Creativity:
Online with Bombay Sapphire

Katy Hessel launched @thegreatwomenartists in 2015. It has since grown into a major podcast. Hear her speak on International Women’s Day.

Future Now Symposium Speakers 2021

Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2021    

Heritage and Landmarks

Mat Collishaw has become a master of lens-based media, making reference to scientific and natural worlds through striking photography and video.

Provoking Ideas

The prominence of art schools in the UK is globally recognised. York St John University’s 2019 Degree show is a destination for new talent.

Exploring Geopolitics

The effects of ecological disaster loom large in the festival’s 50th edition, looking at the power of photography to alter perspectives and incite change.

Eternal Repetitions

Never Ending Stories, an interdisciplinary project, examines the phenomenon of the endless loop across cultural history.

Androgynous States

Reminiscent of fashion booths, the layout of the Hepworth’s latest show transports audiences into a labyrinth where the body and clothes are redefined.

Flesh, York Art Gallery.

This September York Art Gallery collaborates with Dr Jo Applin (University of York) to curate an exhibition that challenges ideas about the representation of skin in the art world.

Michael Craig-Martin: NOW, Himalayas Museum

NOW at Himalayas Museum, Shanghai, is Michael Craig-Martin’s first major show in Asia. Working as an artist for over 40 years, Craig-Martin was a key figure in the development of London’s YBAs.

Interview with Linda Ingham, Curator at Abbey Walk Gallery, Grimsby

We speak to Linda Ingham, Curator and Project Officer at Abbey Walk, about the gallery’s attendance at London Art Fair. Alongside her involvement with gallery programming, Ingham is also an artist.

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.

Review of Julie Verhoeven: Whiskers Between My Legs, ICA, London

Described as a “grotto of visual excess” Julie Verhoeven’s exploration of gender identity past and present is a disturbing explosion of kitsch and womanhood.

Multiplied Contemporary Editions, Christie’s South Kensington, London

The UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions opens today at Christie’s South Kensington. Multiplied returns for the fifth year and takes place during Frieze Week, one of the most important periods in the contemporary art calendar.