Inaugurated in collaboration with Lévy Gorvy, with an exhibition of key works by Japanese master, TSUYOSHI MAEKAWA.
Nowhere People UK explores the impact statelessness has on a handful of these hidden individuals through work by photographer Greg Constantine. Altered States showcases works by eight urban contemporary artists based in the UK. Saatchi Gallery and Huawei have teamed up to present From Selfie to Self-Expression.
This is the world’s first exhibition exploring the history of the selfie from the old masters to the present day, and celebrates the truly creative potential of a form of expression often derided for its inanity.
Renowned artists include Futura, Martha Cooper & Jamie Reid, as well as newly emerging artists from around the globe. SALON is pleased to announce its third exhibition which is dedicated to Alexander Calder's late gouaches on paper, created between 19, staged in collaboration with Omer Tiroche Gallery, London.
A collection of earlier works on paper by Calder dating from 1939 - 1959, will be simultaneously displayed at Omer Tiroche Gallery in Mayfair, London.
The exhibition shines a spotlight on Thailand's contemporary art scene and features the work of 23 renowned and emerging artists. Presenting three brand new bodies of work, renowned artist and designer Jamie Hewlett's first ever art exhibition will showcase a previously unseen side, albeit one that is shot through with the same distinct sense of wit and mischief with which he has made his name.
Linking Grindhouse-type film posters, breathtakingly detailed line drawings and Jodorowsky-inspired Tarotica, "The Suggestionists" is a gloriously psychogeographic journey into Hewlett's psyche. For the first time, the work of all six laureates of the Carmignac photojournalism Award will be presented in a retrospective exhibition.
Caroline Achaintre Rebecca Ackroyd Markus Amm Ivan Argote Dan Attoe Michael Bauer Dan Bayles Anna Freeman Bentley Emilia Bergmark Gabriele Beveridge Alina and Jeff Bliumis Gabriella Boyd Sarah Braman Bozidar Brazda Jonny Briggs David Brooks Joey Bryniarska Agnieszka Brzezanska Carter Loz Chalk Ronin Cho James Clarkson Lucy Coggle Andy Collins Ana Cvorovic Ian Davis Inez de Coo Nicholas Dedics Dominic From Luton Robert Dowling Stef Driesen Colden Drystone Howard Dyke Ara Dymond Judith Eisler Annabel Emson Ayan Farah Dee Ferris Daphne Fitzpatrick Luc Fuller Michael Fullerton Dmitri Galitzine Julia Goldman Noémie Goudal Elias Hansen Hilary Harnischfeger Chris Hawtin Kati Heck Patrick Hill Dan Holdsworth Phillipa Horan Tom Howse Shara Hughes David Humphrey Tom Hunter Florence Hutchings Jessica Jackson Hutchins Merlin James Jacob Dahl Jürgensen Bernadette Kerrigan Terence Koh Alice Könitz John Kørner Ulrich Lamsfuss Liane Lang Molly Larkey Paul Lee George Henry Longly Juliette Losq Lake & Evans Jill Mason Simon Mathers Claire Mc Ardle Ella Mc Cartney Martin Mc Murray Ryan Mc Namara Turay Mederic Robert Melee Ian Monroe Kristine Moran Eduard Moreno Luisa Mota Carlos Noronha Feio Nick Nowicki Matt O'dell Marco Palmieri Selma Parlour Oliver Perkins Dustin Pevey Marius Pfannenstiel Alejandra Prieto Arthur Prior Max Prus Neil Raitt Sean Raspet Brian Reed Halsey Rodman Ruth Root Jessica Sanders Hideyuki Sawayanagi Amba Sayal-Bennett Lara Schnitger Maaike Schoorel Anne Kathrin Schuhmann Macrae Semans Jamie Shovlin Agathe Snow Jeni Spota Jack Strange Miriam Sweeney Shaan Syed Emma Talbot Mateo Tannatt Stephanie Taylor Adam Thompson Rafal Topolewski Ryan Trecartin Nobuko Tsuchiya Caroline Walker Ben Washington Chuck Webster Aaron Wexler Poppy Whatmore Julia Whiting Jenny Wiener Alexi Williams Wynn Susanne M.
Winterling Joel Wyllie John Wynne Haeri Yoo Revolutions Per Minute features an international roster of artists who have participated in the prestigious Nuart Festival.
Pearlstein's works maintain a sense of complete detachment, which is both alluring and disconcerting. With 40 galleries from four continents, Collect, presented by the Crafts Council, is a celebration of making, extraordinary in both scale and scope.
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It will take place in the year of the 100th anniversary of Russia's October Revolution - and although the exhibition will not have any direct links to this historical event, many of the issues that artists face in post-communist Russia are comparable to those in 1917. Stateless people in the UK may have been born without a nationality, some have fled war or human rights abuses, and some are victims of trafficking. The event is an absolute must for all super-fans of the show.