This group exhibition curated by Mario Codognato explores the use of glass as a found object, with specific metaphorical and linguistic features.
Set within the iconic location of Bath Abbey, this exhibition brings together seven art works, each of which meditate upon the fragility, as well as the infinite possibility, of human existence.
The exhibition features recent works by a range of international artists that take their cue from pictorial aspects of lyrical abstraction.
A group exhibition to celebrate 60 years of Bexley Hall's historic Queen’s Beasts topiaries, presents a world of fantastical creatures.
After its initial exhibition the Triennale Design Museum, Milan, CAFA Art Museum present an extended version of the group exhibition in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute in Beijing.
A major solo exhibition of new works from Hirst's latest series of 'Entomology' pieces, 'Scalpel Blade Paintings' and 'Colour Charts'.
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.