Where New York’s Artists Are Going Skating This December

99 Scott, the cultural events venue in Brooklyn, has launched StudioSkate, a 2500 square foot ice skating rink fusing community, music, food and the arts. The project is an imaginatively designed alternative to traditional holiday skating rinks, replete with conceptual lighting installations and a pizzeria, already attracting the city’s art and fashion crowds. New York…

Strange Clay: Ceramics In Contemporary Art

Open now and running until 8 January 2023, London’s Hayward Gallery presents Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art, an ambitious group exhibition exploring how contemporary artists have used the medium of clay in inventive and unexpected ways. Given the recent surge of interest in ceramics by artists around the world, as well as countless people…

Leighton House Reopens Its Doors Following A Major Transformation

Leighton House, the spectacular studio-home of Victorian artist and former President of the Royal Academy, Frederic Leighton (1830-96), has reopened to the public following a major transformation. Situated on the edge of Holland Park, Kensington, Leighton House is famed for its opulent interiors, including the extraordinary Arab Hall featuring exquisite mosaic floors and tiles acquired…

Olafur Eliasson Takes Over Florence’s Palazzo Strozzi

For his largest exhibition to date in Italy, Olafur Eliasson leads visitors to Palazzo Strozzi on a meandering journey that reimagines and subverts the experience of the building’s Renaissance architecture. Open now and running until 23 January 2023, the exhibition brings together site-specific installations alongside historic pieces, as well as new works created using VR…

Ottolinger, Ignota Books, Oliver Laric, Sevdaliza & More Come Together For SUPERFUTURES At Selfridges

Opening tomorrow, 14 July 2022, and running through the summer, Selfridges have partnered with Berlin’s Reference Festival to present SUPERFUTURES, an immersive exhibition bringing together 13 experiential spectacles and surreal interventions by leading artists, brands and thinkers. Conceived by the communications agency Reference Studios, alongside founder and director Mumi Haiati, Reference Festival started out in…

The Melt Goes On Forever: The Art & Times Of David Hammons

The newly released documentary, The Melt Goes On Forever: The Art & Times of David Hammons, chronicles the singular career of the elusive African-American art star David Hammons from Watts rebellion era 60s Los Angeles to global art world prominence today. Hammons’ category-defying practice, rooted in a deep critique of American society and the elite…

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