Art that had a silver lining in 2020 – a once-in-a-century year of pandemic challenge.
In London an exhibition uncovered an entire lost history – and brilliance – of the sorrowful, shattering art of black power in Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power at the Tate Modern. Music and immediacy dominated EVERYTHING AT ONCE, the ambitious group exhibition presented by Lisson Gallery and The Vinyl Factory… Continue reading The 11 best exhibitions of 2017
From London to Copenhagen, Hanover and the town of Lyssarea in Arcadia, here’s a roundup of the year’s best exhibitions and best young festivals. We’ve brought together two new documentary festivals that merged new forms of documentary and art – one that launched for the very first time this year and the other in its… Continue reading The best exhibitions of 2016
Review | Jonas Mekas: Survey of a cinematic lyricist Serpentine Gallery, London 5 December 2012 – 27 January 2013 The Serpentine Gallery is a remarkably suitable setting to host Jonas Mekas’s work. Its location stretches inside Kensington Gardens where trees and ornamental flowerbeds surround the gallery’s building from the South to its North rooms. All his… Continue reading Jonas Mekas: Serpentine Gallery