• Art

    Margaux Williamson

    Margaux Williamson’s paintings can be seen as a re-invigorated form of figuration. In her works, characterised by a sense of interiority and intimacy, Williamson explores how the visual markers of daily life can frame and refract experience. Devoid of protagonists,…

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    Art Basel Paris 2022

    After long speculation and anticipation, the French offspring of Art Basel, officially known as Paris +, par Art Basel, has finally opened its doors. The venue – the Grand Palais Éphémère – just across the Champ de Mars from the…

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    Adam Pendleton

    “How do you make sense, on an emotional, intellectual, and pragmatic level, of the visual residue one leaves behind?”, Pendleton asks. His works capture a microhistory of marks and impressions: drips, splatters, strokes, erasures, shapes, word fragments. These are the accumulated…

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    DEBORAH ROBERTS – A COLLAGE OF BLACK IDENTITY01

    Deborah Roberts presents “I’ve something to tell you” – a suite of recent large scale works in mixed media and collage at Stephen Friedman Gallery London. The show features paintings dominated by black backgrounds and some of the largest works…

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    MERETE RASMUSSEN – CURVE AND FORM

    Known for her signature abstract forms brought to life with colour this online exhibition of Merete Rasmussen’s sculptural ceramics brings together a dazzling selection of new free standing and wall hung ceramics. Many of the artist’s recent sculptures were made…

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    FRANCISCO SUÁREZ – INHERENT GLOW

    Spanish painter Francisco Suárez is currently on show at Galería Victor Lope, Barcelona, presenting his recent series Lumen – a refined and singular conception of geometric abstraction. Without abandoning the characteristic rigour and measure of his work, these pieces appear as a…

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    JAMES TURRELL

    James Turrell’s Constellation works are the culmination of Turrell’s liefelong pursuit. Generating what the artist has called “spaces within space,” these luminous portals are instruments for altering our perception; gazing into them results in the slow dissolution of the boundaries…