Capturing the mizzled atmosphere of mountains in Wales and Scotland, Garry Pereira’s exhibition, Where are all the poets?, started today at The Osborne Studio Gallery and will run until 7 June. Exploring the relationship between artist and landscape, he captures…
Public art has earned a bad name, either through appalling art or social engineering by cash happy councils. Julia Rea enjoys six current projects that are none of the above, but simply good art for public delectation
Michael Landy opens at The National Gallery this week and is already attracting rave reviews. Art of England’s Alison Black discovered how Landy squared his destructive techniques with the National’s urge to preserve.
In a new series Joanna Gray discovers what financial clout is necessary for galleries to thrive. This week former commodities broker Tim Lyes of Lyes & Jones shares his business plan
His painting, ‘Love Eavesdropping on Past to Inform Indecision While Lives Lived and Lost’ is currently on show in the Mall Galleries
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The Saatchi Gallery is offering a new programme of exhibitions
Rituals Are Tellers Of Us is curated by MA Curatorial Practice students from Falmouth University