The Dulwich Picture Gallery has been graced with a showcase of 100 master drawings from the Art Gallery of Ontario. The great masters from Picasso and Matisse, to Rembrandt and Van Gogh are here and movements including Renaissance Italy and German Expressionism. An unmissable opportunity to witness arguably the greatest collection of master drawings in one space, this exhibition will be undoubtedly compelling and astounding. The gallery have already received a record amount of bookings so join the crowds to see one of this year’s must see exhibitions.
Dulwich Picture Gallery
October 21st 2009 – January 27th 2010
Veolia Wildlife Photographer Of The Year
Perhaps a tad too excited about this exhibition, The Veolia Wildlife Photographer Of The Year is at the top of my to-do list this week. Held in the wonderous Natural History Museum, the competition handpicks a selection of the finest wildlife photographs from professional and amateur photographers and have received an astounding 43,000 entries. The candidates aim to produce work that is original, creative and inspired and many of this year’s entries will prove to exceed these expectations. None more so in fact than the winner, Jose Luis Rodriguez’ piece ‘The Storybook Wolf’ alone, makes this exhibition worth going to.
Natural History Museum
October 23 2009 – April 11 2010
Phaidon Pop-Up Shop
The world renowned publisher Phaidon have just opened their first UK pop up book shop in Piccadilly. Famous for superior quality books on visual arts, culture and creativity, you will be able to buy from categories such as design, photography, architecture, fashion, travel and now new editions, cookery and children’s books. Be sure to make a visit soon to get your mits on any of the beautifully crafted publications as it won’t be around forever. The store will be gone again in the January of next year.
Phaidon Store 173 Piccadilly London W1
Pop Life:Art In A Material World
Based on Andy Warhol’s notorious quote ‘good business is the best art’ the exhibition considers the legacy Pop Art left behind and the influence it has had since. ‘Pop Life‘ will focus on how artists have inflitrated and been invloved in the mass media since the 1980′s including Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Tracey Emin, Richard Prince and Keith Haring. We are also asked to be aware that some works in this exhibition are of a challenging and sexual nature and admission to three of the rooms is restricted to over-18s only. You have been warned!
October 1 2009 – January 17 2010
Green Day Presents: ‘The Art of Rock’
A celebration of art and music has come to Brick Lane this week. To coincide with the release of their new album Green Day have commissioned a selection of artists to produce work for a travelling exhibition that will also accompany them on their world tour. The artists, who include curator Logan Hicks, Ron English, Sixten, Will Barras and The London Police were asked to make work in reaction to their latest album, 21st Century Breakdown.
StolenSpace Gallery Brick Lane
October 23 – November 11
Andy Warhol, art gallery of ontario, art in a material world, Art Listings, Damien Hirst, Drawing attention, dulwich picture gallery, green day, Jeff Koons, jose luis rodriguez, keith haring, logan hicks, matisse, natural history museum, phaidon, phaidon pop up store, picasso, pop life, rembrandt, richard prince, ron english, sixten, stolenspace gallery, Tate Modern, the london police, the old truman brewery, Tracey Emin, van gogh, veolia wildlife photographer of the year, will barras
- Art listings November 9-15
- Art Listings
- An interview with Justin Hammond, Curator of the The Catlin Guide and Catlin Art Prize
- Art Listings
- Gavin Bond: Music 21st Century Rock n’ Royalty