This Saturday, Kilimanjaro Editor Olu Michael Odukoya will be in discussion with the artist Sarah Lucas at SITUATION, Sadie Coles Gallery; they will be launching the book produced by Kilimanjaro/OMO Creates for Lucas, titled After 2005, Before 2012.
If drawing influence from your surroundings is anything to go by, then the visual skyline of Isa Genzken’s latest exhibition is drenched with this sentiment. The Berlin artist echoes dimensions of her favourite city, New York, with an array of objects galvanizing raised (more...)
A distinctive collaboration between French artists Estelle Hanania and Christophe Brunnquell, two years in the making, will be unveiled next month at the 12 Mail / Red Bull Space in Paris. Chrisophe Brunnquell, artistic director for Purple Fashion, allows access into (more...)
As is with the breed of fine American writers, the capacity to dream and hope is as much apart of the writer’s genetic makeup as it is of the literary tradition itself. The desire to reach the unfathomable has always been (more...)
Phillip Lai at ModernArt: 13 January -11 February
Phillip Lai’s work emerges from within different guises, but never strays from the central overriding theme. Lai’s return to Modern Art for the fourth time, much like (more...)
Samsung’s Art+ Prize is the first media art competition in the UK. It aims to highlight artists whose work engages with the ways that modern technologies can touch our lives, as well as expanding and challenging our understanding of the role of new media. (more…)
Our friend Matthew Collings, featured in the first issue of our brother publication Matter, and his collaborative partner Emma Biggs will showcase a selection of innovative large-scale paintings at Vigo Gallery from January 13th. (more…)