Corin Sworn wins the Max Mara Art Prize for Women in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery
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New Museum to host first solo American exhibition of Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost opening February 2014!
For her New Museum presentation, Prouvost will present For Forgetting (2014), a new work that will include a semicircular collaged mural, a multichannel video installation, scattered sculptural elements, and a film. Centering on the problems as well as the possibilities of memory and forgetting.
Turner Prize-winning artist Elizabeth Price has been selected by the Whitechapel Gallery for Artists’ Film International
Turner Prize-winning artist Elizabeth Price has been selected by the Whitechapel Gallery for Artists’ Film International, an annual touring programme of film, video and animation chosen by 15 partner organisations from around the world.
Whitechapel Gallery unveils a new commission by leading international artist Kader Attia
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.
Top 5 Posts on FAD This Week http://bit.ly/1bLZ7ix Incubators for Art/Design start ups, Whitchapel 2014, Tabish’s top 5 a great interview from Yvette with UBERMORGEN and finally a great artist opportunity with the Secret Garden!
‘I’m interested in characters that are not like real life characters, they’re sealed in these video worlds where they’re hyper-real’.
GOSEE: Influence by Irie Takahito @Arbeit Gallery in the Wicked Hackney Wick this Thursday 3rd of October!
As part of his ongoing project, H/U/M/A/N/M/A/C/H/I/N/E, Takahito explores the implications of technology on consciousness and the human body; the change in the relationship between man and machine over time, and the point at which they blur and shape one another. Within his work, Takahito inhabits the role of creator, breeding and presenting his Cyborg tribe playing on the notion of authentic and fantasy, whilst juxtaposing archaic and futuristic.