Art

Getting ready for Art Basel Miami 2015

From December 3–6, Art Basel Miami takes the spotlight. 267 galleries from all over the world will be displaying the work of  4,000 artists and reminding us that ‘good business is the best art’. Bellow are some of the artists and artworks we are looking forward to seeing, as well as  the full list of exhibitors.

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Ai Weiwei exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art

The Ai Weiwei exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts has created quite the stir. Needless to say being of Chinese origins I was proud so see such a great political activist and artist exhibiting his work. Ai is one of the most recognisable and contentious artists famous for his criticism of the Chinese government.

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Highlights from Frieze London

Here we are, one more year, rounding up the standout spaces and finds at Frieze London: the place to be this week to see the great exponents of the art world. From Lutz Bacher, who welcomes us at the entrance with messages like “It’s no accident you are here” written on the wall, to Gary Webb, Tracey Emin or Damien Hirst. Here are a just a few of our favourites in pictures.

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Book it: Frieze Week 2015

London’s biggest art fair is fast approaching! But it’s not all about Frieze London art fair. Frieze Week’s events surrounding the fair offer an equally tempting experience. Here are some of the must-see exhibitions we don’t plan on missing next week!

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Experience it: Carsten Höller at the Hayward Gallery

Every artist is seriously curious. After all, you cannot produce something interesting unless you re highly interested in something. And in Carsten Höller’s case, it’s creating situations which question familiar forms of perception and allow the public to experiment and participate in his so-called “influential environments”. So lets get messy! Today we visit Carsten Höller: Decision is at the Hayward Gallery Southbank Centre.

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There is something about Abandoned Love

After Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher’s “Learning to Love You More” project and Klaudija Visockyte’s “Please Don’t Leave Me” photography series, comes Peyton Fulford’s “Abandoned Love” project.

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