In Packer’s canvases, swathes of abstraction express aspects of human experience that lie beyond representation.
Serpentine Galleries’ “Future Art Ecosystems” emerges as an odd but occasionally insightful case study of the impact of the broader institutional shift to the digital realm.
In Blueprints, Cao works primarily as an anthropologist of sorts, creating a space where the past and the future are not so easily demarcated.
BTS, described as the “biggest boy band in the world,” announced an international public art project with 22 contemporary artists across five cities. Its first exhibitions opened at London’s Serpentine Galleries and Berlin’s Gropius Bau.
What is at stake in using Joseph Beuys’s theory of “social sculpture” to recast the mission of the curator and the arts institution to take on the role of the artist?
Christo’s giant floating sculpture, “The London Mastaba,” sits on the Serpentine Lake in Hyde Park as tourists on paddle boats circle around.
LONDON — The first thought that struck me about the Serpentine Gallery’s exhibition of Swedish artist Hilma af Klint, Painting the Unseen, was: Thank goodness — finally a solo show starring a female artist!
LONDON — The conversation of war has dwindled.