The Critic as Artist

Saturday 7 October 2017 1.00pm to 8.00pm The Critic as Artist is an exhibition at Reading Museum about and for the Irish writer and dramatist Oscar Wilde, who had been a visitor to Reading prior to his imprisonment at Reading Gaol, and whose ideas and legend remain startlingly contemporary. Appropriately, the museum in Reading is…

Cash, Clash & Climate

MASLEN & MEHRA in collaboration with street artists, Shuby and Delete  Maslen & Mehra consider their more recent work to be ‘micro’. By that, they mean they are honing in on very specific political and environmental dilemmas. This requires a completely different methodology to previous work in order to explore detailed narratives. The sculptures in…

Peace & Love

From this Saturday 22 July to 18 August 2017, the Saatchi Gallery is delighted to present the first UK exhibition of Her Highness Sheikha Khawla Bint Ahmed Bin Khalifa Al Suwaidi’s poetry, Peace and Love, which will feature glowing examples of Andalusian-Arabic calligraphy inspired by her verse. Her Highness was born into a household that held…

Junk Mail from the Palace

French Riviera is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in London by Detroit-based artist Cary Loren. Junk Mail from the Palace began as a series of collages made over the past year inspired by readings from Sir Richard Burton’s translation of the Arabian Tales of a Thousand and One Nights. After reading the tales, Loren began to…

#SaatchiSelfie

Express yourself, capture your essence as only you can, then let the world see you. The Saatchi Gallery very recently had the pleasure of announcing its partnership with Huawei Mobile for the upcoming exhibition From Selfie to Self-Expression. Opening to the public from 31st March to 30th May 2017 on an entire floor of the Saatchi Gallery,…