Image Duplicator is an exhibition featuring artists who have re-appropriated the works of Roy Lichtenstein, the pioneering appropriator of comic book art: According to the Tate Modern – home to an exhibition of his work until May 27 – he is one of the true greats of the twentieth century. His paintings are worth millions, […]
Not all retrospectives at Tate Modern can be blockbusters like Lichtenstein. But this is no bad thing as we discovered in the subtle and intricate sculptures in the Saloua Chouchair exhibition. The latest artist to be afforded a look...Show More Summary
Ellen Gallagher is one of the most acclaimed contemporary artists to have emerged from North America since the mid-1990s. She brings together imagery from myth, nature, art and social history to create complex works in a wide variety of media, including painting, drawing, relief, collage, print, sculpture, film and animation. Show More Summary
The Tate Britain announced its four finalists Thursday for the 2013 Turner Prize.
Today is the last day to witness the week-long performance from Liberate Tate at the Tate Modern gallery. Filming devices strapped on to their bodies, performers are reading aloud sections of the transcripts of the trial which started...Show More Summary
Eija-Liisa Ahtila (b. 1959 in Hämeenlinna, Finland) is an international contemporary artist. She has exhibited her work in major museums across the world, including Tate Modern in London, Jeu de Paume in Paris, Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin, National Museum of Art in Osaka, and National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne. Show More Summary
Retrospectives at Tate Modern are synonymous with blockbuster shows featuring household names like Hirst, Kusama and Munch. So it’s surprising that its most recent exhibition looks at a Lebanese artist that most people will have never heard of, and who remains relatively unknown in the Western world. Saloua Chouchair’s achievements are substantial. Show More Summary
Christopher Goh (2nd Soldier), Benedict Wong (Ai Weiwei) and Andrew Koji (1st Soldier). Photo by Stephen Cummiskey. Clay sunflower seeds filling Tate Modern’s turbine hall, the brilliant documentary “Never Sorry”, Hanging Man by Barnaby...Show More Summary
Tate Modern presents the world?s first major museum exhibition of Lebanese artist Saloua Raouda Choucair (born 1916). Comprising over 120 works, many of which have never been seen before and are being exhibited for the first time, this...Show More Summary
London has some fantastic art galleries. While the National Gallery and the Tates (Britain and Modern) generally take the plaudits, as well as the Saatchi Collection and White Cube for the modern art fancier, there are plenty of less well-known art galleries in London. UCL Art Museum different take on what a gallery is all [...]Show More Summary
The new development of Tate Modern has been awarded £5 million from the Wolfson Foundation, a charity which gives grants to excellence in the fields of the arts and the humanities, science, medicine and disability, it was announced today (12 April 2013). Show More Summary
Tate Shots presents a walk through of the current major exhibition at Tate Modern London. Roy Lichtenstein receives his first full-scale retrospective in over twenty years. Curator Iria Candela discusses some of the highlights of this legendary Pop artist’s career. 125… Watch | Roy Lichtenstein – A Retrospective – Tate Modern London is a post by Lena Dystant on Selectism.
Obviously it's brilliant. Really good. New and old stuff, but all the blockbusters you'd want to see. Lots of paintings, value for money. Not too cramped. Some sketches. Go. But make sure you book.
The Art Newspaper's annual museum attendance figures for 2012 were recently released and there were no real surprises, except that the Tate Modern has overtaken the National Gallery in the fourth spot, DC's National Gallery of Art slipped...Show More Summary
Tate Modern Shop - and the Lichenstein Retrospective Memorabilia I had a quick canter around Lichenstein: A Retrospective at Tate Modern yesterday before going to see the Spring Exhibition of the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
It was pretty grey and drizzly this morning as I walked from Travelodge London Bank to the Write on Finance Blog Up (I’m also a personal finance blogger) at Guoman Charing Cross. I took the scenic route along the River Thames Walkway from St Paul’s to Embankment. It’s amazing how much the Shard dominates the [...]Show More Summary
Jessica Morgan of the Tate Modern, who is curating the artist's survey at MOCA, talks about working with him and what's in store for visitors. Urs Fischer likes big gestures, and this year (April 21 to Aug. 19) MOCA is giving him the...Show More Summary
Kraftwerk Tate Modern; London, England [02-13-2013] by Birkut on 02-27-2013 When The Mix was released in 1991, it created an irreversible divide between fans who were willing to accept new material, regardless of the form it took, and those who were disgusted by the very thought of a pseudo best-of. Show More Summary
Tate Modern promises that its forthcoming retrospective will showcase ‘the full scope of Roy Lichtenstein’s artistic explorations’, to which Spectator art critic Andrew Lambirth responded acidly: ‘I look forward to… Continue reading The post Roy Lichtenstein: comic genius? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Roy Lichtenstein?s widow Dorothy sits on the sunlit top floor of Tate Modern remembering the three decades she spent living with the pioneering pop artist. Lichtenstein is in London to inaugurate a retrospective of his dotty canvases -- the cartoon strips, the household items, the tributes to Picasso and Matisse. Show More Summary