This exhibition presents a body of artworks, documents and films which address the relationship between the visual arts and psychotropics.
Cranford Collection presents its first public exhibition at the Sala de Arte, Fundación Banco Santander, Madrid which includes a major instrument cabinet and a diptych of a fly painting and ‘Kaleidoscope’ work.
A group exhibition of lenticular prints dating from 1967 to the present which includes Damien Hirst’s print rendition of the diamond skull: ‘For the Love of God’.
Showcasing major works from the 1960s to the 1990s, the exhibition celebrates the 15th anniversary of a gift of contemporary art to SFMOMA from renowned collectors Vicki and Kent Logan.
Two Damien Hirst works are included in this group exhibition which examines what defines paintings.
Modern and Contemporary Works from the David Roberts Collection
The exhibition presents paintings from twelve of the most prolific artists currently practising in Britain.
The exhibition places key Warhol paintings, sculpture, and films, against the work of 60 major artists who reinterpret or react to his groundbreaking work.
The exhibition presents around 50 artistic approaches, illustrating the network of links between journalism and art, and the ways in which artists draw on media for their creative production.