I was lucky enough to visit in the closing month of November. Just before it closes, I’ve summarised the highlights and lowlights of this year’s Biennale.
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Featuring artists including Kapoor, Gormley,Stuart Semple, Whiteread & the Chapmans….
Can you think of a more suitable event to take place this rainy London weekend? Closing this Sunday evening, October 20th, you still have enough time to check out some visual art which will keep your mind and your senses rolling with captivation and interest.
Today, Sundayy the 20th, is the last day to check out the Sluice Art Fair located in South East London Bermondsey. From didactic and thought provoking installations, live talks, performances and food cooked by the particpating artists themselves- this fair is definately worth checking out, and it’s FREE!
Sluice, which is artist and curator led, offers a welcoming counterpoint to the shopping mall sensations of Regent’s Park.
Future Tense presents FORM opening 17th of October as part of Moniker Art Fair and the Other Art Fair @Old Truman Brewery
Best known for his award winning typographic city map series, Mark Andrew Webber’s FORM is the result of several years of experimentation
with line drawing and consists of a series of beautifully conceived mini-studies, which use basic sets of rules in order to create both deceptively simple and impossibly complex shapes and patterns
As a Frieze week special and on top of his usual Top 5, Tabish Khan brings you five art fairs in London to visit this week. Each one comes with a short synopsis to decide whether it’s for you.
Celebrating 10 years of fun and frivolity, the UK’s hottest annual art fair, the Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair is gearing up to be another un-missable event, featuring over 70 renowned artists including….