The National Windrush Monument, London, UK

One of the key advantages of living in London, that far outweigh its well-documented costliness and environmental downsides, is the opportunity to view internationally outward-facing public works of art that have the power to generate significant cultural ripple effects and transcend their physical display settings. The most recent major art commission to trigger this type... Continue Reading →

Theaster Gates will design the 2022 Serpentine Pavilion in London

Chicago-born contemporary visual artist and arts scholar Theaster Gates has been commissioned to design the 2022 Serpentine Pavilion in Kensington Gardens, London. Since its inception in 2000, the majority of prior pavilion commissions have been awarded to architects. So, Gates makes history as the first artist to receive a solo commission, following only two other... Continue Reading →

Lina Iris Viktor: Some Are Born to Endless Night – Dark Matter

British-Liberian conceptual artist Lina Iris Viktor's exhibition - 'Some Are Born to Endless Night - Dark Matter' (Autograph, Rivington Place, London, 13 September 2019 - 25 January 2020) - featured more than 60 works on paper and canvas (including several new commissions) from a recent portfolio of photographic self-portraiture and performance-based installations that she has... Continue Reading →

Frank Bowling: The Possibilities of Paint are Never-Ending

How fitting that Tate Britain's first solo retrospective about the 60-year career of Guyanese-British painter Frank Bowling, OBE, RA (b. Bartica, 1934) should be titled and themed around his own words: "The possibilities of paint are never-ending"- Frank Bowling, 2017 Detail from one of Frank Bowling's map paintings from the late-1960s featured in Room 3... Continue Reading →

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