Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom has created a beautiful new limited edition, Montego Bay (2022) for Southwark Park Galleries, in celebration of his current exhibition Before: Socialized, Circularized, Linearized, Artificialized, Corrupt Time at Dilston Gallery (open Wed-Sun 11-5pm until 4 September). The hand-finished, print
A memorial is an object that provides a focus for the memory or commemoration of something, usually a deceased person or a historical tragic event. Patrick Cole’s new work Memorial functions as a monument to a fictional tragic event that uses the traditions of
Marcia Farquhar, Diffiκυλτ, will culminate in the burning of the artist’s outsized rocking horse at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, streamed at CGP London on Saturday 27th October from 4-7pm. The Horse is a Noble Animal, originally commissioned for the 2010 Tatton Park Biennial, will be de-commissioned
AS SCULPTURE is Peter Liversidge’s largest solo show to date in London. The exhibition spans both galleries, with a proposal-led installation of new site-specific work, and works previously unseen in London at The Gallery, punctuated with a live programme at Dilston Grove.
For Paul Carter’s largest solo show to date, MUNICIPAL is a commissioned installation developing Carter’s ongoing interest in the unifying concept that every building designed for public use is a kind of hotel; the artist’s studio, civic centres, government buildings, our homes,
Graham Dolphin // Jean-Paul Kelly // Gil Leung // Priit Pärn // Eric Pauwels // Chris Saunders // Lucy Skaer BRINK explores limits, extremes and the unease caused at the point of shifting perception. Exhaustion, perpetuity and frustration feature prominently, resonating