Flowers and Mysticism: Omar El Lahib's Paintings Plant Sunflowers In Saatchi Yates
Following on from his solo exhibition with Saatchi Yates last year, painter Omar El Lahib continues to blur the lines between dreams and reality by bringing a slew of giant sunflowers to the Mayfair gallery (albeit, through painting).
Artist Matt Connors Makes UK Debut With CCA 'Finding Aid' Exhibition
Staging a dialogue with other artists and designers interested in process and craft, Matt Connors' debut solo exhibition 'Finding Aid' sees his abstract paintings, drawings, and sculptures come to light as his rich network of references comes to life.
Atelier E.B Bring 'Big Tobacco' Collection To Cromwell Place
Atelier E.B's Faux Sports Shop comprises a mix of the garments from the collective's 'Big Tobacco' collection including a selection of fine knitwear, streetwear, and accessories.
Barbara Kruger Is Thinking Of You
Barbara Kruger is thinking of you. Yes, you. Well, maybe a little bit of me but mainly you. No, really, she’s even got an entire exhibition dedicated to you, and a little bit of me, too, but mostly you.
Paul Smith Celebrates Lunar New Year With Art Exhibition
A new Paul Smith exhibition pays homage to the Lunar New Year through the work of five interdisciplinary artists, each offering a unique insight into femininity and Chinese identity in the 21st century.
Polimoda Ponder on Fashion's Interpretation of the Body In New Pitti Exhibition
Titled AN/ARCHIVE EVENT ONE, the exhibition acts as a preview of the future research centre dedicated to fashion studies at the Manifattura Tabacchi in Florence.
Our Pick: The Must-See Shows of 2024
Diaries at the ready! Here are your must-see art shows for 2024.
Installation Gallery: FLOWERS
Explore the SHOWstudio showcase 'FLOWERS', which honours the beauty of mother nature through a varied interpretation of the floral motif.
Private View Gallery: FLOWERS
Browse the gallery images for the private view of FLOWERS.
Acting as a celebration of the beauty of nature, SHOWstudio's 'FLOWERS exhibition showcases contemporary depictions of flora by over 70 of the world’s leading artists at the cutting-edge of fashion illustration.
Filmmaker Michelle Williams Gamaker On Rewriting History Through Fantasy
Art and culture editor Christina Donoghue speaks to filmmaker Michelle Williams Gamaker on how she's rewriting film history with fantasy through her latest project, 'Thieves'.
Robyn Lynch Welcomes You Into Her Whimsical World With Debut Exhibition
As the latest designer to takeover Greenwhich Peninsula's NOW Gallery, Robyn Lynch’s ‘Greetings from Ireland’ offers insight into the designer’s creative process.
Pictures of Us: The Exhibition Celebrating Our Shared Humanity
From joy to loss, the complexities of the lived experience are on full display in Lewis Dalton Gilbert’s latest show. We caught up with the curator to discuss his selection.
Armani/Silos Dedicate Next Exhibition To Photographer Aldo Fallai
The exhibition will explore thirty years of fashion collaborations between Giorgio Armani and the Florentine photographer.
Weaving Identity: The Exhibition Exploring Palestinian Embroidery
This month, Manchester's Whitworth Art Gallery will fall home to a new travelling exhibition 'Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery', unfolding an intimate, human history of Palestine through clothing.
Robert Mapplethorpe's Many Subjects Take Centre Stage In New Exhibition
Beyond his more controversial compositions, curator Alison Jacques finds the common thread linking Robert Mapplethorpe's varied works.
Gray M.C.A To Celebrate the Legacy of Schiaparelli and Chanel In New Exhibition
40 bronze sculptures by award-winning artist Robyn Neild will play tribute to two of the 20th century's most prolific designers to form Gray M.C.A's latest exhibition, 'The Italian and the Milliner: the Couture of Schiaparelli and Chanel in Bronze'.
Enter Iris van Herpen’s World In This Paris Retrospective
The work of the pioneering couturier will be on full display in an immersive exhibition at Musée des Arts décoratifs dubbed Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses.
Have A Butchers Organise Charity Print Sale In Support of Gaza
Featuring prints from a network of over 100 photographers, East London-based gallery HAVE A BUTCHERS have teamed up with HEMPSTEADMAY to organise a print sale raising money for all the children injured in the Gaza-Israeli conflict.
Gucci Inspires Digital Artists for New Christie's Auction
Gucci and Christie's second collaborative auction brings together nine artists working with generative technologies.
Plants exist beyond the green spaces we associate them with. Let Plant Power introduce you to the power of plants and their fundamentality to human existence.
Black Female Identity Spotlighted In Chinaza Agbor's UK Debut Solo Exhibition
Titled 'Kindness and Hospitality from a Foreigner', Agbor's exhibition at Cob Gallery reflects on the 'ever-repeated process of learning to love oneself anew as a Black woman'; we spoke to Agbor to find out more.
The Never-Before-Seen Punk Photography of Caroline Coon
You can now buy rescued photographs by Caroline Coon of The Clash, Sex Pistols, The Slits and other punk bands, ready to be released as box sets in tandem with an exhibition at the Centre For British Photography.