Visual Arts

Phillip King - Tate Britain

This collection-based display celebrates Phillip King’s 80th birthday. King occupies a significant position in the history of late 20th century sculpture. In the early 1960s he played a vital role in changing the face of British sculpture through his ex

Edward Steichen: In High Fashion, The Conde Nast Years 1923 - 1937

There may be 90 years separating the work of Edward Steichen and Viviane Sassen, but the approaches of each have changed the landscape of fashion photography, so it’s fitting that the Photographers’ Gallery should exhibit these two visionaries at the

Allen Jones interview: 'They are intended to be sexy objects’

The pop artist talks about working with Kate Moss and how everyone’s got an opinion on sex.

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize - National Portrait Gallery

This exhibition provides visitors with an opportunity to see 60 new portraits by some of the best contemporary photographers from across the globe. Many of the images are on display for the first time and explore traditional and original approaches to

The Sensory War: 1914 - 2014 - Manchester Art Gallery

To mark the Centenary of WWI, this group exhibition explores how artists have communicated the impact that military action on the body, mind and environment between 1914 and 2014.

Allen Jones - Royal Academy of Arts

This exhibition of the British pop artist's work from the 1960's to the present day, traces connections between pieces of his work instead of displaying it chronologically. Included in the display, visitors will get a chance to see the furniture works

Peder Balke - National Gallery

Peder Balke was one of Scandinavia's most pioneering painters in the 19th century, but few people will recognise his work today. This exhibition features over 50 paintings from his career and from every facet that represents his work. Many of the work

The Catlin Guide 2015 - Justin Hammond

This sixth edition of the Catlin Guide showcases the UK's most talented new artists. These guides are considered to be an indispensable reference for followers of contemporary art. The latest edition will be unveiled at the London Art Fair 2015, with

Elvis at The O2: London exhibition shows Presley's legend is still growing, says Priscilla

The exhibition will feature more than 300 artefacts from Elvis Presley's Memphis home, Graceland, which represent the most intimate picture ever seen in public of Elvis’s journey from teen idol to movie star to rock icon.