Articles tagged with galleries
Sackler is a name you will see on the walls of museums and cultural institutions around the world. Tate Galleries, the Louvre in Paris and the Metropolitan Museum of Art have all previously accepted substantial financial gifts from the Sackler Trust. However, protests from visitors and activists have put pressure on cultural organisations to reject philanthropy from the Sacklers.
Committing to ‘Dry January’ is all very well and good, but what if we said you could detox with art instead? Scholars have suggested that the act of visiting an art museum or gallery can be a ritualistic experience that can prompt catharsis, and even revelation.
Oh yes, Frieze week is back! A week when anyone who is anyone in the international contemporary art scene is sure to be in London. With the fair at Regent's Park and all the galleries and museums of the city in full swing, Jo Chard breaks it down...
The second in our series sees us unveiling the contemporary art jewels of the City of Lights. Paris, a traditionally romantic destination, is now also buzzing with exciting young galleries and fantastic museum shows. Want to know more?
The Lisson gallery opens in Milan with a group show curated by Ryan Gander as the Thomas Struth show at the Whitechapel comes to an end with special 'Dusk till Dawn' opening hours. Heres our selection of the weeks events.
The exceptional 'London Street Photography' show closes in a few days, Claude Cahun mesmerizes Paris and Jack Addis takes part in an exciting group show. Check out Rise Art's pick of the events you shouldn't miss.
Tracey Emin's Hayward Show comes to an end and the art world wakes up from its summer slumber. Check out Rise Art's pick of the events you shouldn't miss.