The Chinese artist, Ai Weiwei’s iconic face stares out of the Hampstead theatre programme. One of the most famous profiles in western Art, he has become a symbol for the struggle for human rights and freedom of expression the world over.
Thomas Ovans considers new collections by Maggie Butt and Fiona Sinclair
Turner Contemporary has a knack for intelligently organising its exhibitions. The Alex Katz retrospective is prefixed by works chosen by the artist that have either influenced or affected him in some way.
Metamorphosis – Poems Inspired by Titian – a collection published by The National Gallery
Don McCullin’s ‘Shaped by War’ Both the persona and work of Don McCullin, conflict photographer and self confessed “war junkie”, have always held a mesmeric allure over me.
What Makes a Winning Photographic Portrait? : The Taylor Wessing Prize at The National Portrait Gallery, London.
Chris Beckett reviews The City with Horns by Tamar Yoseloff – and enjoys the Jackson Pollock poem sequence ,,,
20 October – 13 November 2011 BIG & SMALL: from Billboards to Downloads Storm Thorgerson’s massive exhibition at Idea Generation, 11 Chance Street, London E2 7JB
Londongrip retrospective art exhibition – Michael Horovitz The paintings on this page are a selection from the work of Michael Horovitz, well-known British poet, performer and artist
LONDON GRIP exhibition Sandra Walker R.I. – Six Watercolours: New York – what painting makes of photography
A London Grip online exhibition of Girlie Paintings by Daphne Plessner
Ilinca Cantacuzino reviews an exhibtion by Miranda Argyle “From where I’m looking, Mr Lekeux”