Art

Tate Britain Queer and Now: Food trucks and picnics a fantastic selection from Café Sovegan, Zoe’s Kitchen and many more Sat 24th June

BBQ 18.00–21.30 Clore Lawn There will be BBQs on the lawn during the day with…

Serpentine Pavilion 2017: Diébédo Francis Keré

“I believe that architecture has the power to surprise, unite and inspire, all while mediating…

Nottingham Contemporary: Let’s Come Together to Share & Celebrate our Cultures.

  Nottingham Refugee Week launched Saturday 17 June 1-4pm at Nottingham Contemporary! Join in with…

Serpentine Galleries: Grayson Perry, Arthur Jafa and Diebedo Francis Kéré’s Pavilion

When: 8 June – 10 September 2017 Where: Serpentine Galleries (Sackler Gallery and Pavilion), Kensington…

New York: Time Light and Ritual Photography Exhibition

Photographs by John Simmons ASC cinematographer/photographer and Frank Stewart photographer. These life-long friends both started…

Interview: 10 Q’s with Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga Artist

Tushauriane- Let’s Talk About It is at the October Gallery until 29th July 2017.  This will be Naomi’s second…

October Gallery presents Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga: Tushauriane– Let’s Talk About It

A new exhibition of works by Naomi Wanjiku Gakunga will be her second solo exhibition in…

JonaQuestArt presents Vibrant Continuum

Marking another milestone on its quest to showcase the works of undiscovered and emerging artist…

57th Venice Biennale Review: Christine Dixie’s To Be King European Cultural Centre’s Personal Structures

Christine Dixie’s To Be King was an intriguing highlight in a sea of culture-shaking art…

Barbican: Film in Focus John Akomfrah

Date: 6 October 2017 – 7 January 2018  Where: Curve Gallery FREE Experimental filmmaker John…