We are pleased to present New dawn, an exhibition of five large frescos by Brazilian artist Thiago Rocha Pitta (b. 1980), the artist’s first solo exhibition in the UK.
From 12th April to 6th June, 2021, Post-War Italian Art Tales is exhibiting at Mazzoleni, London. Read Artvisor's review of the exhibition.
The trickster artist recalibrates the meaning of IKEA in our latest London exhibition.
From 17th April to 22nd May 2021, Ed Fornieles' 'Association Works' is exhibiting at Carlos Ishikawa, 88 Mile End Road, London.
David Medalla, who pioneered kinetic art, has died at the age of 82. Born in Manila, Philippines, he was admitted to Columbia University at 14 and later moved to the United Kingdom in the 60s.
Curated by Artvisor’s director, Nico Epstein, Polaroids/Composites features a brand new body of work, and a selected highlights drawn from recent years by Cyrus Mahboubian.
Works by recent graduates from the main London art schools shine in Saatchi Gallery's latest large-scale exhibition.
The Portuguese artist offers a totalising incubation and transformation of the Whitechapel’s East Wing comission space.
We take a look at some of the museums, galleries and exhibitions in the capital that we're most looking forward to visiting again.
Opening Wednesday 18 March in London, a display of works by the legendary German artist Joseph Beuys (1921-1986), curated by Piero Tomassoni. Beuys, whose centenary will be celebrated next year in several major institutions around the world, is regarded as one of the most influential cultural figures of the 20th century.