1. Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair 2015

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    Art Car Boot Fair 2015 Teaser from Minky Productions on Vimeo.Located at the Brick Lane Yard,the Art Car Boot Fair welcomes established and up-and-coming artists, including Rachel Howard, Mischa Milovanovich, Polly Morgan, Boo Saville, Sir Peter Blake, and Tracey Emin. The artists personally sell their original and limited edition artworks out of the back of new and vintage Vauxhall cars. Artists are also set to sell limited edition...
  2. Sculpture in the City 2015

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    In its 5th year running ‘Sculpture in the City’ is well underway and ready to open this summer. The popular public art exhibition will display contemporary sculpture in and around the Square Mile showing 15 contemporary sculptures in the City of London.‘Charity’ by Damien Hirst (2002-2003)Photo: Mike Parsons © Damien Hirst and Science Ltd. Courtesy DACS 2015In previous years the annual...
  3. ‘Brilliant Ideas’: Artist Michael Joo on Bloomberg TV

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    Hyundai Motor and global media group Bloomberg launch a collaborative project ‘Brilliant Ideas’. With a passion for art, Hyundai and Bloomberg have been a strong supporter for arts. ‘Brilliant Ideas’ will realise a new vision to profile major art personalities to deliver exciting insight. Through Bloomberg TV and digital, you can experience artists' spirit, perspectives on art, and processes of...
  4. Michael Joo and Chris Burden at the Whitney Museum of American Art

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    Michael Joo and Chris Burden are both showing in ‘America is Hard to See’, the inaugural exhibition at the new Whitney Museum of American Art. This exhibition re-examines the history of art in the United States from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present. Comprising more than six hundred works, the exhibition elaborates the themes, ideas, beliefs, and...
  5. Adam Dix Studio Visit

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    Artist Adam Dix currently lives and works in London. After completing an MA in Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Art in 2009, the artist has exhibited extensively internationally since working with UK galleries and institutions such as Christies, Haunch of Venison, Sumaria Lunn, Charlie Smith Gallery and internationally in Munich, Dubai, Anthens and Paris. Dix was recently featured in...
  6. Gonzalo Lebrija, Unfolded

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    View of the exhibition, courtesy of Galerie Laurent Godin Gonzalo Lebrija was born in Mexico City in 1972 and obtained a BFA in Science of Communication at the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (ITESO) in 1998. He lives and works in Guadalajara, Mexico. He co-founded and is the director of OPA – Oficina para Proyectos de Arte, an artist run...
  7. Britain's foremost contemporary artist Sarah Lucas takes on Venice

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    Sarah Lucas has been selected by the British Council to represent Britain at the 56th Venice International Art Biennale. Lucas will present a major solo show in the British Pavilion running from 9 May to 22 November 2015. Sarah Lucas will be following artists such as Jeremy Deller, Steve McQueen, Tracey Emin, Gilbert & George and Anish Kapoor, who have all...
  8. NGORONGORO - Artist Weekend Berlin

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    For the period of Berlin gallery weekend and the first time in it's history, the 5000 square meter studio spaces of Lehderstrasse 34 hosts an incredibly diverse exhibition of paintings, sculpture, multi media, installation, film and photography, in which artists invite other artists to exhibit in the context of this studio environment, thus returning the viewer to the very place of art's genesis...
  9. Black Bandits

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    The ‘Black Bandits’ exhibition opens today in Berlin at ‘The House on Lützowplatz’ to celebrates Adolph Freiherr von Lützow and the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo (June 18, 1815) as the end of the Napoleonic Wars. This exhibition features two works by Johannes Albers. ‘Saccharibacter floricola’ by Johannes Albers, 190cm X 180cm, oil on canvas, 2014The House on Lützowplatz (‘Haus...
  10. New print by Damien Hirst: 'Canon'

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    Other Criteria are pleased to unveil ‘Canon‘, Damien Hirst's new butterfly print. Having been depicted in art, embedded in resin and characterised in literature for many centuries, the butterfly has wide significance as a symbol of love, regeneration, fortune, freedom, spirituality and death. The butterfly has fascinated Damien Hirst since his early days as an artist and is arguably one of the most...
  11. History is now: 7 Artists Take On Britain

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    ‘History is now: 7 Artists Take On Britain’, housed at The Hayward Gallery, is an exhibition offering a radical new way of thinking about how we got to where we are today.Eduardo Paolozzi, Take-off, 1972 (from original Bunkcollages 1947-52) © Trustees of the Paolozzi Foundation. Licensed by DACS 2015The Hayward Gallery let seven artists take on the cultural history of the...
  12. MTV:REDEFINE honours Michael Craig-Martin

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    MTV RE:DEFINE is an exhibition and auction that brings together music and iconic commissioned artworks by established and emerging artists.‘Fake’ by Michael Craig-MartinThe event will be held at The Goss-Michael Foundation in Dallas on Friday the 10th of April 2015 where iconic artist Michael Craig-Martin will be honoured. Together the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, The Goss-Michael Foundation, and Future Tense, has raised...
  13. New limited edition collection of Damien Hirst jewellery

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    Other Criteria are pleased to present the exclusive sale of a limited edition collection of Damien Hirst jewellery. These exquisite pieces incorporate the individually cast forms of perfectly replicated pills, embossed with the logos and compound numbers of the drugs.The two ‘5 Pill’ and ‘7 Pill’ necklaces are available in rose, white and yellow 18-carat gold, as well as silver.The charm bracelet...
  14. Damien Hirst's 'New Religion' at The Lightbox

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    'Science seems to be the one right now. Like religion, it provides the glimmer of hope that maybe it will be all right in the end'. Damien Hirst, New Religion 2005.            The Lightbox gallery and museum in Woking, Surrrey is one of the most exciting cultural spaces in the South East and will be hosting...
  15. Rack’em Up: a unique exhibition about the Young British Artists

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    Shapero Modern, the Mayfair based gallery, is currently showing Rack’em Up: British Contemporary Editions, 1990 – 2000. Focusing on editions produced by the artists known as the YBA's (Young British Artists), this unique exhibition captures their determination as they made their mark on the international art market. Sarah Lucas and Damien Hirst at the Colony Room Club | © Johnnie...
  16. Drawing Biennial 2015

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    The Drawing Biennial 2015 will feature 200 recent works of art on paper by emerging and renowned artists such as, Rachel Howard, Tracey Emin, and Gary Hume. They are among a vast selection of incredible artists to feature at this year’s Drawing Biennial, held at the Drawing Rooms gallery in London on the 5th of March until the 30th of...
  17. Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector

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    Barbican Centre12 February 2015 - 25 May 2015The Barbican Gallery presents the first major exhibition in the UK to display the personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists. In this captivating show 'Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as collector', we are able to see artists collectables, curiosities, one of-a-kind curiosities, rare artifacts and specimens, the exhibition enables the viewer to understand...
  18. Paul Stolper presents: 'LOVE' by Damien Hirst

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    DAMIEN HIRST 'LOVE'9 February - 21 February 2015 Paul Stolper is proud to present LOVE, a pop-up exhibition of prints and sculptural editions by Damien Hirst. The exhibition that runs over Valentines Day will focus exclusively on the theme of love. As Hirst says:'Love is a beautiful thing and I see it as a small antidote to all the horror...
  19. The Painted World - Sue Hubbard

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    Part One of a Six Session Short CourseTuesday 14 April 2015 Classes and Courses 10.30am — 3.30pmSue Hubbard, the writer of 'Adventures in Art' published by Other Criteria in 2010 will be leading a series of creative writing courses and classes at the Royal Academy, London this April 2015. Adventures in Art draws together 70 of Sue Hubbard’s essays on contemporary...
  20. Sleepless

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    Museum of Contemporary Art, Vienna, AustriaThe Bed in History and Contemporary ArtJan 30, 2015 May 25, 2015 As the territory of birth, love, illness, death and as the most anthropomorphic shape in the history of all civilizations, beds are possibly one of the most reproduced objects in art and one of the most common metaphors for the human condition.The exhibition focuses...

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