In the new body of work, titled Wet Geometry, Adam Lister expands on his Star Wars series as well as reinterpreting Old Masters. He aims to breakdown, rearrange and reference iconic images from art history and pop culture.
Pace Prints will exhibit new three-dimensional works in paper by the renowned pop artist Kenny Scharf. Titled plain and simple “Kenny Scharf”, the show will open on October 10, showcasing a series of energetic relief works in a more “hands-on” method.
Rook & Raven will exhibit the work of acclaimed Colombia artist, Olga de Amaral, alongside four young, female artists Emilie Pugh, Camilla Emson, Yun-Kyung Jeong and Adeline de Monseignat who explore the changing cultural landscape of identity.
Philippe Hérard returns to Le Cabinet d’Amateur in November with the latest works that will force you to think twice about the reality. Hérard paints characters who feel alienated from the world desperately seeking for their place in the same.
For his first solo exhibition No Aloha at Rachel Uffner Gallery, Bourque-LaFrance presents a series of paintings and sculptures that fuse his interest in the fabricated, minimal object with synthetic readymade materials.
The largest and most comprehensive solo exhibition of Yoshitomo Nara in the UK to date is currently on display at Dairy Art Centre. "Greeting from a Place in My Heart" includes paintings, sculptures and a unique retrospective of Nara’s drawings.
Given that Paris holds special place in the field of street art, this year’s Nuit Blanche especially highlighted this form of contemporary art. The thirteenth arrondissement of Paris became an open-air museum of contemporary street art.
Paddle8 has partnered with artist Damien Hirst and Deyrolle, to present Damien Hirst avec Deyrolle: Le Cabinet de Curiosités, “Signification (Hope, Immortality and Death in Paris, Now and Then)”, a special auction that will take place this October.
Le M.U.R. (Association Modular, Urban, Reagent), or The Wall, was founded in March 2003 on the initiative of the artist Jean Reaper. The association is engaged in the promotion of contemporary art and more particularly of urban art.
The Crypt of St John the Baptist in Bristol is currently housing Beau Stanton’s first solo European exhibition. In love with all things ancient, Stanton chose this old, mystical venue to showcase his new body of work inspired by sacred spaces.
In her profoundly personal and moving “The Bride Series”, Cake touches on themes of vulnerability and femininity but also strength. Her muses are not idealized but they were, however, given the symbolic value.