Only Human: Martin Parr At The National Portrait Gallery

Martin Parr has established himself as a household name in the field of documentary photography, and is currently exhibiting an extensive overview of his work at London’s National Portrait Gallery. The major show, entitled Only Human and open until 27 May 2019, examines national identity today, both in the UK and abroad with a special…

Ghislaine Leung In Conversation With Fatima Hellberg At Chisenhale Gallery

Open until 24 March 2019, Ghislaine Leung’s solo exhibition, Constitution, at Chisenhale Gallery brings together sound, light, scale and temperature, building on the artist’s ongoing enquiry into withdrawal and dependency. Originally from Stockholm, the London-based artist and writer’s practice is situated within the discourses of moving image and institutional critique, foregrounded by questions of agency,…

Chef Mina Stone Takes Over MoMA PS1’s Restaurant

For over a decade, New York chef Mina Stone has been an integral figure in the art world’s dining scene. She originally began cooking for artists to sustain her career in fashion, eventually going onto cook fulltime as her love for making food grew. A staple fixture, Stone regularly creates beautiful meals for artists’ openings…

Ippolito Pestellini & Marina Otero: Architecture For Non-Humans

Since the 1970s, when the first virtual-reality technologies started being used for medical, military, industry and entertainment purposes, architects have speculated about the possibilities that working with these technologies could bring to architecture. Today, virtual, augmented and mixed reality are blurring the boundaries between the physical and the virtual, and questioning what is real and…

‘Do You Keep Thinking There Must Be Another Way’ At Mimosa House

Curated by Cicely Farrer, Daria Khan and Jessica Vaughan, Do you keep thinking there must be another way, opening today, 14 February 2019, at Mimosa House, is a group exhibition that addresses strategies of representation, resistance and withdrawal. Including sculpture, painting, performance and video the exhibition considers behaviours towards, and resistance of, presiding power structures…

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