Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
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For centuries, Western art traditions have been centred on creating tangible and physical objects such as paintings, architecture and sculpture. Viewing art therefore, has been about seeing and looking. In contemporary art today, often something non-tangible must be accepted, even momentarily, to allow the artist to make their intended impression.
This year, in Dubai’s industrial zone, a quasi-clinic stood within a warehouse building. The building was inhabited by sounds and mirrors, works which dynamically evolved the perceptions and the position of those who witnessed it.
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week.
On view from September 4th through October 11th NYC’s Ryan Lee Gallery will host a remarkable solo exhibition featuring the large scale and multi-paneled paintings, graphite works, and hypnotic animations of Joshua Dorman.
Pace London’s summer group show is curated around the theme of food. Flavoured with humour and a pinch of salt, the theme is a blatant response to the explosion of food imagery in social media, television and publishing.
Marshall launched his fine art career with Room 101 , a solo exhibition featuring 101 canvasses made over 101 days, in October 2010. It sold out within two hours of opening.
Ahead of Dubai galleries returning from the Summer break, we take advantage of the quiet August period to look back at some of the exhibitions from last season, starting with So Long and Thanks for all the Fish, a group show at Lawrie Shabibi featuring the works of Basim Magdy, Adam Dix, Tanya Makhacheva and [...]