“Walls, sculptures and drawings can talk and tell stories, they can echo.” – David Tremlett “There is something very odd, even unnerving about cutting through a photograph. It sometimes feels like I am cutting through flesh.” – John Stezaker We are pleased to announce a two-person exhibition of leading British artists John Stezaker and David Tremlett curated by...
Artvisor Talks: A Conversation with Liat Brix-Etgar on Art and Social Engagement
A conversation between Prof. Liat Brix-Etgar and Piero Tomassoni on the role of art and art education in today’s changing society, and their impact on political transformation and engagement.
A Conversation with Vanessa Jackson
Vanessa Jackson in conversation about her multi-decade career as painter, educator, and staple of the London art scene.
From the Nineties to the Noughties: Paul Jenkins in London
A collection of works produced in the 1990s and early 2000s by the American artist Paul Jenkins are the subject of a significant solo exhibition at the Ronchini Gallery in London. ‘Paul Jenkins: Works on Canvas from the Nineties and Noughties’ opened on 23 November and highlights the multiformity of acrylic paint as a medium....
Review of William Kentridge at the Royal Academy, London
One of the Royal Academy’s most impressive exhibitions in recent years, William Kentridge is a testament to his standing as one of the most important artists of our time. Throughout the show, the artist’s versatility, breadth and insightful approach to every medium he works with shine through. More than six years in the making, this...
Art Business: Up-to-the-Minute at Christie’s Education, with Piero Tomassoni
Christie’s Education is set to hold a two-day programme on the latest art world developments from 16 November to 17 November. Piero Tomassoni and other speakers will discuss the most recent developments in the art world, and provide insights on a wide range of topics relevant to today’s art professionals and scholars. Tomassoni’s segment will focus...
‘Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art’ at Hayward Gallery, London
Large-scale installations by Shahpour Pouyan (b. 1979) and Salvatore Arancio (b. 1974) are featured in an ongoing major survey exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London. Curated by Dr Cliff Lauson, ‘Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art’ presents large-scale and immersive sculptural works by twenty-three multi-generational and international artists working across recent decades. Contributing to...
Vanessa Jackson. Spin off. Exhibition at Artvisor, London
Geometry, the site of form and function, may resist its innate rules to offer a sense of liberation, allowing elaboration, ornamentation and re-engagement with the curve, without gesture’s touch. The breadth of geometry, crossing all boundaries and civilisations, can embrace illusion with decorative connotations but may equally demand severity. I have no need for invention....
Andy Warhol. Photographs 1970 – 1986: A conversation with Jim Hedges and Piero Tomassoni
A conversation with Jim Hedges and Piero Tomassoni around Artvisor's exhibition featuring some of Warhol's iconic polaroid and silver gelatin prints.
Time makes artists anonymous: Nico Epstein on the “Who’s that?” podcast
In the 'Who is that?' Podcast, created by podcast production studio Storm and creative anonymous social network Anon, Artvisor's Nico Epstein focused on the anonymity of digital artists to shed light on the pros and cons of anonymity and how e-commerce and digital marketing change the art landscape.