Everything gets Gothic tomorrow as the Winter Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair returns to Battersea Park for 2017.
King of Brit Pop Jarvis Cocker is helping to launch the first ever commercial gallery for self-taught artists.
To mark what would have been Robert Mapplethorpe's 70th birthday, German photographer Juergen Teller will curate an exhibition of Mapplethorpe's work to go on display at London's Alison Jacques gallery this November.
Iranian artist Parviz Tanavoli on 3rd July, was prevented from attending a talk at the British Museum after having his passport confiscated by the Iranian authorities.
Tribal Art London, the UK's only non-Western art fair, returns for its third edition at London's Mall Galleries from 1st-4th September.
Earlier this month, Barnebys took part in London's Art Business Conference, where industry professionals met to discuss the hottest topics on the art market. Pontus Silfverstolpe, co-founder of Barnebys, took part in a discussion entitled ''Online Brand: a must for trust and success.''
Next year, an exhibition of 20th century Russian art, featuring the work of Modernist pioneer Kazimir Malevich will open at the Royal Academy of Arts on 11th February.
It's no secret that East London has once again become a hub for the creative minds of the capital and country. The latest gallery addition to the streets of Shoreditch is the London Art Merchants gallery, which opened this January, representing the work of British contemporary artist Lincoln Townley.
'ArcelorMittal Orbit' by Anish Kapoor, a flagship art project from Boris Johnson’s time as London Mayor, is £13 million in debt.
The shirt Julian Assange wore whilst he gave that unforgettable speech on the balcony of the Ecuadorian embassy in London back in 2012 will be going to auction.
Tornabuoni Art London's inaugural exhibition is an outstanding retrospective of Italian-Argentinian artist Lucio Fontana.
At yesterday's preview event, Frieze London announced that the Stuart Shave/Modern Art gallery was awarded for the presentation of their stand.
Gilbert & George's latest exhibition, ''The Banners'' at White Cube, Bermondsey, has left no taste in the mouth of the art world, let alone a bitter one.
London ceramic artist Aaron Angell hopes to encourage young budding artists to develop their ceramic skills with his project Town Gas.
Forum Auctions this month launches in London, with the vision for a fresh perspective on 21st century online auctioneering.
This month two exhibitions are on at Gazelli art house, one features works by virtual reality artists, whilst the other is filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist Ben Tricklebank’s first solo exhibition.
In the first UK solo presentation of Italian artist Ettore Spalletti since his 2005 exhibition at the Henry Moore Institute, his works are presented with the greatest attention to detail, in Marian Goodman's tranquil space.