Berlin and London based artist Mani Nejad has been developing his Brain Blitz series over a period of several years.
Jim Shaw is widely known for the outlandish narratives and sharp wit with which he brings his dystopian, albeit eerily
„Twisting and Turning“ marks the first European exhibition of Chinese artist Tu Hongtao at Lévy Gorvy, London – following the gallery’s earlier career survey of the artist in Hong Kong.
If you look again at McCullin’s landscapes, you start to sense the figure who made the pictures, invisible behind the lens,
As a prominent member of the ‘Bright Young Things’ in London during the 1920s, Cecil Beaton was uniquely placed to photograph a generation
James Turrell’s recent Constellation works, the focal point of this exhibition, are the culmination of Turrell’s lifelong pursuit.
Integrating both mechanical and analogue processes, Christopher Wool is back at Max Hetzler Gallery presenting new works on paper and
„Figures“ presents a series of new works on paper by Eric Fischl, currently on view at Skarstedt Gallery London. These works stage and reflect
The tropes and aesthetics of Sergio Leone’s film The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) have inspired much of the identity
Over the past three decades, photographer and filmmaker Shirin Neshat has produced some of the most arresting imagery in contemporary