Ashitha Nagesh

Syd Shelton

Syd Shelton discusses his exhibition of antiracist protest photographs in London

October 2015

Syd Shelton is a photographer who first started working with the Rock Against Racism activist group in 1977, when racial tensions were at a peak in the UK. At a time when right-wing media attacks on the black community in southeast London … READ ON


Viviane Sassen

The Photographers' Gallery

December 2014

Viviane Sassen is known for challenging the conventions of fashion photography, but “Analemma: Fashion Photography 1992–2012”—her first solo exhibition in London—takes this element of her work to new, even more surreal levels. Over 350 images… READ ON


Mary Kelly

Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

September 2014

The works in “On the Passage of a Few People Through a Rather Brief Period of Time,” American artist Mary Kelly’s first London solo exhibition in more than a decade, consider how an era is shaped by political events and their media representations.… READ ON


Zhang Enli

Zhang Enli talks about his latest “Space Painting”

November 2013

Currently based in Shanghai, Zhang Enli grew up in the provincial town of Jilin, Manchuria, and is well known for his interest in the materiality of painting. His ongoing “Space Paintings” series, begun in 2010, consists of full-scale frescoes… READ ON


“All That Is Solid Melts into Air”

Manchester Art Gallery

October 2013

Curated by artist Jeremy Deller, this Hayward Gallery touring exhibition is simultaneously a love letter to the socially progressive politics that held sway in the UK over the last several centuries and a sharp critique of what Deller views… READ ON


Daniel Silver


October 2013

Artangel’s latest commission, Daniel Silver’s Dig, 2013, imbues new life into an otherwise abandoned, desolate corner of central London. Silver’s bilevel installation recalls Freud’s collection of statues (on display in his old house in … READ ON


“The Instability of the Image”

Paradise Row

August 2013

This group exhibition purports to demonstrate how technological progress has affected images through the deconstruction of its materiality. Hannah Perry’s Untitled #1, 2013, is one of the most striking pieces in the show—it seems to be a … READ ON


“Points of Departure”

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA)

July 2013

This moving exhibition is an exploration of living in liminality—of Palestine and its people, as well as of war and occupation. Each artist here addresses a sense of homelessness, and mobilizes narratives concerning identity, history, and … READ ON


Subodh Gupta

Hauser & Wirth London | Savile Row

July 2013

Subodh Gupta’s life-size Keralan fishing boat, What Does the Vessel Contain, That the River Does Not, 2012, has made its first sojourn out of India. Originally created for the first Kochi-Muziris Biennale in Kerala, India, the work represents… READ ON


Falke Pisano

The Showroom

May 2013

Falke Pisano’s solo debut in the United Kingdom takes up the mercurial nature of the mental condition, providing an unsettling representation of the mind. Consider 5 Black Boards, 2011-2013, an ongoing project that consists of six chalkboards… READ ON