Bob Dylan is currently the subject of a solo show at Gagosian Gallery. Do you think he is the only acclaimed musician who makes art? Well... he is not! Discover other fellow music celebrities who spend their free time creating artworks and putting up exhibitions.
The annual summer spectacle that is 'Bold Tendencies' finishes in 2 days and a radical survey of Californian Art opens up at MOCA in LA. This and more in this weeks pick of upcoming events.
Jo Chard reviews Matt Calderwood's current show at Wilkinson Gallery and reflects on the return of Minimal art, as seen on the work of our Select Artist Alastair T. Willey or the 2010 Turner Prize nominee Angela de la Cruz.
Before her show at the Hayward we take a quick look at Pipilotti Rist's 'I'm a victim of this song' as the first in our series of Video Picks.
Giant red dresses, a visit to the Swedish Ambassador.... Jo Chard tells us her picks for this year's London Design Festival, taking place until Sunday and full of fantastic art and design events all around the city!
In just two years the online art magazine this is tomorrow has become an essential daily read for all those interested in the international contemporary art scene. We meet with his founder and editor in chief to discuss this project, the advantages of internet-based media, exciting artists and... Scrabble.
It's getting busier and busier in the Art World this coming week, with shows by David Askevold, Keren Cytter and Edvard Munch. See these and many more in this weeks pick of upcoming events.
A couple of weeks back we informed you of our Select Artist upcoming show in Bristol. Do you want to know how it looks like? It's highly recommended, and it's here!
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?
A roster of acclaimed artists including Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Charles Avery, Cornelia Parker and Mark Wallinger conquer and revitalise the seaside town of Folkestone with an amazing lot of site-specific art installations. Jo Chard investigates as the Triennial approaches its last week.