Benson fuses art and science to conjure spectacular images from raw data collected by Nasa and ESA. Here he talks about science fiction, climate change and his exhibition at London’s Natural History Museum.
For this citywide event, curator Martin Clark aims to inspire a connection between different parts of Sheffield in an event that revolves entirely around sound and video art. Studio International spoke to him and some of the artists involved.
The biennial festival returns for its seventh edition with more than 220 contemporary artists from all over the world. This ambitious collection includes new works, site-specific commissions and new venues throughout the city.
This exhibition tells the story of the birth of photography, exploring the vision of the Victorian inventor William Henry Fox Talbot, alongside those of his contemporaries in France, such as painter and set designer Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre.
Two exhibitions, at London’s Mayor Gallery and Annely Juda Fine Art, mark the 90th birthday of one of the leading figures of postwar European art, who once described himself as the ‘monstrous son of Mondrian and Picabia’.
For his second exhibition at Sadie Coles, the young American artist eschews canvas and paper, drawing attention instead to the material properties of paint, and producing a dazzling feast of vibrant colour and captured movement.
From a shiny Jaguar E-Type, explosions of colour and a trip through a more muted palette, MoMA has served up the 60s as a tasty new dish, charting the era’s subversive investigations into traditional form, media and design.
The Russian immigrant artists talk about the difference between art education in the former Soviet Union and in the United States and the importance of using materials as expressive means in their work.
Controlled but creative, formulaic but somehow free, hypnotic in their undulation and unique in their variation, the graph-paper paintings of the late Californian artist demonstrate the infinite possibilities of line and colour.
In his third solo exhibition at the Lisson Gallery, Finch attempts to take visitors beyond the limits of natural vision and into a parallel reality occupied by insects, GPS equipment and Martian light.