Atom Gallery has invited over 40 artists to produce an original artwork on empty pizza boxes for an exhibition to raise much needed funds for Hackney Foodbank. A wide variety of artists from London's urban and street art scenes (and some from further afield...) will be spraying, painting, printing and drawing on pizza boxes supplied by local pizza companies.
The Science museum is collaborating with Tate, National Gallery, V&A, National Muiseums Scotland, the Estorick Collection and more to create a new exhibition examining the Art of Innovation.
The SXSW Art Programme – part of SXSW 2020 in Austin, Texas taking place on 13-21 March – brings the opportunity for visual artists at the intersection of art and technology or working on an experience through immersion or social engagement, to display their work and enhance the festival landscape for delegates.
The final deadline to apply and submit your concept or work is 11 October 2019.
Frieze London this year marks the 17th edition of the annual art fair and will truly bring the world of visual arts together in one place on 3-6 October. It welcomes more than 160 galleries from 35 countries, a record in international participation since its inception in 2003.
A kickstarter campaign is underway to fund building the UK’s first Museum of Youth Culture and it's reached it's initial fundraising milestone of raising the money to make it happen.
Having collected photographs, clothing and rave ephemera over the years, the online archive called Youth Club, has been looking for funding for a permanent Museum of Youth Culture in London – designed to be a free education space including a darkroom and gallery. The plan is to launch the museum next year, in 2020.
On Saturday 7 September Waddesdon opened a new permanent gallery, 'A Rothschild Treasury'.
The gallery houses more than 300 objects made from rare and precious materials, many on display for the first time.
From a 1st-century cameo of Augustus Caesar’s grandson, to a microscope used by entomologist and flea expert Charles Rothschild, via jewellery given as presents from Queen Victoria, to objects bearing Nazi inventory numbers, gold boxes, silver and jewellery – this new gallery displays items that celebrate the Rothschild family as collectors of extraordinary objects.
The annual London Design Festival sees a huge programme of design-focused exhibitions taking place at the V&A and across the capital in a variety of spaces.
Highlights in 2019 include:
Artist Vincent Kamp has turned film maker with ‘Queen of Diamonds’, a short film he has written and co-directed with Naeem Mahmood (Brash Young Turks).
Siobhan Davies Dance (London) and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art (Gateshead) are pleased to announce the expansion of their four-year partnership, CONTINUOUS, to form the CONTINUOUS Network which will incorporate institutions around the country. This major collaboration has been awarded an Arts Council England National Lottery Project Grant for £341,144 and £90,000 in support from the John Ellerman Foundation.