Weaving Identity: The Exhibition Exploring Palestinian Embroidery
This month, Manchester's Whitworth Art Gallery will fall home to a new travelling exhibition 'Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery', unfolding an intimate, human history of Palestine through clothing.
Robert Mapplethorpe's Many Subjects Take Centre Stage In New Exhibition
Beyond his more controversial compositions, curator Alison Jacques finds the common thread linking Robert Mapplethorpe's varied works.
Gray M.C.A To Celebrate the Legacy of Schiaparelli and Chanel In New Exhibition
40 bronze sculptures by award-winning artist Robyn Neild will play tribute to two of the 20th century's most prolific designers to form Gray M.C.A's latest exhibition, 'The Italian and the Milliner: the Couture of Schiaparelli and Chanel in Bronze'.
Enter Iris van Herpen’s World In This Paris Retrospective
The work of the pioneering couturier will be on full display in an immersive exhibition at Musée des Arts décoratifs dubbed Iris van Herpen: Sculpting the Senses.
Have A Butchers Organise Charity Print Sale In Support of Gaza
Featuring prints from a network of over 100 photographers, East London-based gallery HAVE A BUTCHERS have teamed up with HEMPSTEADMAY to organise a print sale raising money for all the children injured in the Gaza-Israeli conflict.
Gucci Inspires Digital Artists for New Christie's Auction
Gucci and Christie's second collaborative auction brings together nine artists working with generative technologies.
Plants exist beyond the green spaces we associate them with. Let Plant Power introduce you to the power of plants and their fundamentality to human existence.
Black Female Identity Spotlighted In Chinaza Agbor's UK Debut Solo Exhibition
Titled 'Kindness and Hospitality from a Foreigner', Agbor's exhibition at Cob Gallery reflects on the 'ever-repeated process of learning to love oneself anew as a Black woman'; we spoke to Agbor to find out more.
The Never-Before-Seen Punk Photography of Caroline Coon
You can now buy rescued photographs by Caroline Coon of The Clash, Sex Pistols, The Slits and other punk bands, ready to be released as box sets in tandem with an exhibition at the Centre For British Photography.
The Film Which Rewrote Cinema Lands at BFI with Exhibition
As part of a new season at BFI Southbank, The Red Shoes: Behind The Mirror turns Powell and Pressburger's 1948 production inside out.
Art and AI: Three Artists on Their Work At Paris Photo
Is it an artist's role to experiment with new technologies? Perhaps not. Nevertheless, artists Laurie Simmons and Alkan Avcıoğlu along with computer scientist Elman Mansimov are doing it anyway, as seen in their work at Paris Photo this year.
SHOWstudio Presents FLOWERS: The Exhibition
Flowers have long provided such rich and wondrous inspiration throughout the history of art and fashion, but what happens when you task some of the world's leading fashion illustrators and artists to depict nature's creations?
Tate Britain's 'Women In Revolt!' Isn't Tone Deaf, But It Is Hard of Hearing
For as long as sexism prevails, women will always be in revolt. It's a shame Britain's leading art institution, Tate Britain, is stuck in a 70s time warp of second-wave feminism that includes black and gay women as an afterthought.
Deborah Turbeville and Collage: A Love Story Revealed
As part of a new retrospective looking at Deborah Turbeville's photo collages, the Muus Collection and Photo Elysée partner for a deep dive into the artist's hauntingly beautiful photography, from her fashion portfolio to her early personal work.
Saatchi Yates' Latest Exhibition Introduces the Work of Elena Garrigolas
Artist Elena Garrigolas puts her wittiest foot forward with solo show at Saatchi Yates.
Bodies of Knowledge Goes on Show at SOMETHING Art Space
Art and culture editor Christina Donoghue interviews Anna-Alix Koffi ahead of her move to showcase our seminal Bodies of Knowledge project in her Ivory Coast-based physical gallery, Something Art Space.
Bodies of Knowledge Goes on Show at SOMETHING Art Space
Art and culture editor Christina Donoghue interviews Anna-Alix Koffi ahead of her move to showcase our seminal Bodies of Knowledge project in her her physical gallery, SOMETHING Art Space, based in Côte d'Ivoire.
Why Sin Wai Kin's Moving Portraits Are Poetic Masterpieces
Opening to the public on 27 October at Soft Opening, artist Sin Wai Kin's 'Portraits' series encourages us to expand our own artistic universe by diving into historical references recreated for modern times.
The British Fashion Exhibition is Trending
Fashion exhibitions, like runway collections, are trend-driven. As British fashion continues to spring up in major exhibitions, dress historian and curator Amy de la Haye details the shows to see.
Fashion, Art and Commerce: A Deep Dive Into Artist Sylvie Fleury's Consumerist World
Titled 'SF', the new exhibition in Sprueth Magers Gallery puts three-decades worth of Sylvie Fleury works on show.
Gucci Cosmos Blurs The Lines Between Exhibition and Sideshow Attraction
Taking over 180 The Strand, Gucci Cosmos displays designs from the Italian heritage brand’s 102-year history.
Making Sense of the Madness: A Curated Selection of Frieze Highlights
As the celebrated art fair toasts to its 20th anniversary this week, art and culture editor Christina Donoghue has compiled all of London's must-see shows for an unforgettable Frieze London experience.
Artist Daisy Collingridge's Exhibition 'Splanchnic' Explores the Invisible Nature of the Body
Artist Daisy Collingridge reveals the visceral beauty of the human form in her first solo show with TJ Boulting Gallery.