Nowhere People UK explores the impact statelessness has on a handful of these hidden individuals through work by photographer Greg Constantine. Altered States showcases works by eight urban contemporary artists based in the UK. Saatchi Gallery and Huawei have teamed up to present From Selfie to Self-Expression.
This is the world’s first exhibition exploring the history of the selfie from the old masters to the present day, and celebrates the truly creative potential of a form of expression often derided for its inanity.
'Witte de Witte' comprises a group of rare monochrome or near monochrome works made between 19 which illustrate his achievement through relative context without the seduction of colour, allowing his contribution to the story of modernism to be witnessed in starker, more elemental and more overtly physical terms. The first UK solo exhibition of renowned Emirati poet and artist HH Sheikha Khawla Bint Ahmed Khalifa Al Suwaidi which will feature a range of Andalusian - Arab calligraphy inspired by her poetry. This exhibition presents new works by five exciting painters currently working in London.
The show also highlights the emerging role of the mobile phone as an artistic medium for self-expression by commissioning ten exciting young British photographers to create new works using Huawei’s newest breakthrough dual lens smartphones co-engineered with Leica. Fondation Carmignac is pleased to announce the exhibition Libya: A Human Marketplace featuring the work of the 7th Laureate of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award, the Mexican photographer Narciso Contreras. Saatchi Gallery launches SALON 002: BRAM BOGART BRAM BOGART: WITTE DE WITTE The Dutch-born Belgian artist, Bram Bogart, (1921 - 2012) is an artist associated with bold, thickly physical colour and form.
His legacy is the culmination over seven decades of the foundational modernist impulse to stage and progress the stuff of paint.
SALON, in collaboration with Betty Cuningham Gallery, New York, is delighted to announce its fourth exhibition, Paintings 1990 - 2017, a presentation of works by the revered American artist, Philip Pearlstein.
Masterful and powerful, every painting featured in the show goes against the conventions of portraiture - often emotive and introspective.
Aisha is primarily a painter, but Embrace features various media, including two installations, drawings and silk screen prints that aim to bring recent cancer research and contemporary art together, in collaboration with Royal Free Charities Immunity and Transplantation Research Centre in Hampstead. Henri Barande's practice is dedicated to exploring the dialogue between life and death, the found and the fabricated, which led to the creation of a world of miniature forms and figures that he uses as source material in his large-scale paintings. One hundred celebrity-donated 'Jeans for Refugees' painted by Johny Dar, exhibited all together at Saatchi Gallery.
Each pair of jeans are being auctioned online at catawiki.com/jeansforrefugees to raise funds for the International Rescue Committee Read more...Worth £75,000 in prize money, the aim of the competition is to find and support the most imaginative and talented young artists who are living and working in the UK or Ukraine or born in either country.The exhibition which takes up one entire floor of the Gallery features work by a shortlist of 30 artists who were chosen by a panel of renowned international judges. The first major showcase of contemporary Thai art in the UK hosted in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the Thai Princess, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.Centre stage is the musical heritage that took them from a London blues band in the early 1960s to inspirational cultural icons. Curated by Eva Mc Gaw and Tatiana Palinkasev In this the first European exhibition of Korean gold art, artist Kim Il Tae will showcase twenty of his unique canvas works, painted in pure 24 Carat gold... Taking over one entire floor, Azeri and Russian artist Aidan will showcase works in a variety of media which portray the veiled female figure and celebrate female hegemony and self-sufficiency.The exhibition features recent work and reflects on the artist's academy training in Soviet Moscow, her exposure to western art and personal investigations into her Azerbaijani and Uzbekistani heritage. XX is an exhibition of new works by contemporary female street & graffiti artists.The exhibition shines a spotlight on Thailand's contemporary art scene and features the work of 23 renowned and emerging artists. Presenting three brand new bodies of work, renowned artist and designer Jamie Hewlett's first ever art exhibition will showcase a previously unseen side, albeit one that is shot through with the same distinct sense of wit and mischief with which he has made his name.