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Millbank, Westminster, London SW1P 4RG
This year is the 34th edition where a prestigious prize is awarded to a British artist for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the preceding year as determined by an expert jury.
The exhibition prides itself on selecting artist that tackle pressing issues in today’s society whittling the final shortlist down to just four finalists
This year’s contenders are, Forensic Architecture with their explorations into human rights violations, Naeem Mohaiemen investigating transnational left politics in the period after the Second World War, Charlotte Prodger exploring issues surrounding queer identity, landscape, language technology and time and Luke Willis Thompson tackling traumatic histories of class, racial and social inequality, institutional violence, colonialism and forced migration.
With the winner being announced live on TV in December 2018, this amazing collection of contemporary and evocative work is on at the Tate Britain until 6th January 2019.
Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, London SE1 8XX
Not many about but this ‘free’ exhibition is well worth a cheeky visit. Featuring the works of 30 artists plus, you will find pieces that explore all angles of gender, identity, politics and class (from the 60s to present day) using drag as an expression and to question life.
Enjoy works from such established artists as Robert Mapplethorpe and Cindy Sherman, the exhibition also includes self-portraits by a younger generation of contemporary artists who have recently embraced drag as an art form, including Adam Christensen and Victoria Sin.
Rather than offering a linear or chronological narrative, this exhibition aims to present a multitude of voices that explore cultural shifts of the past 50 years and touch on topics that include the 1980s AIDS crisis and post-colonial theory.
Focused on photography but spanning a variety of other media, DRAG is accompanied by a programme of tours led by drag performers.
Catch this fantastic ‘free’ exhibition until 14th October 2018.
Stadsgårdshamnen 22, 116 45 Stockholm, Sweden
This ultra-stunning ‘first’ exhibition show cases the work of this super talented German-French art director & fashion photographer.
These beautiful art and fashion photographs feature breath-taking images depicting haute couture from CHANEL, Gautier & Dior to name but a few art of fashion.
Secret Times captures a Polaroids moment caught in fascinating and unique locations.
From top magazines to her own visually beautiful books, Naundorf work is at the top of its game, intelligent, creative, thought provoking and above all visually stunning
This spectacular exhibition was on until 9th September but please follow her work on;
Recommended by www.IFicould
Herserudsvägen 32, 181 50 Lidingö, Sweden
Millesgården is a beautiful little secret gem hidden away on one of in Stockholm’s beautiful inhabited islands
Originally built in 1908 by sculptor Carl Milles and his wife painter Olga Milles, this romantic place is somewhere you will fall in love with the minute you enter.
Apart from the fact it was originally their home it also acts as a beautiful museum hosting an amazing collection of glorious antique with both indoor and outdoor sculpture. The landscaped garden is both peaceful and entertaining containing a full on sculpture park, beautiful terraces and divine water features and fountain, that are just glorious!
There’s paintings and sculptures from various famous worldly artists with this year’s summer collection and all shared by the Didrichsen Museum in Helsinki featuring exquisite works by the likes of Kandinsky, Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Alberto Giacometti and many, many more.
Make a day of it, there’s a shop, café and beautiful garden to hang out & relax in, it’s well worth a visit and highly recommended by www.ificould.co.uk
Newport Street, Lambeth, London SE11 6AJ
See this innovative and in some cases risqué collection of art pieces from three very creative and provocative artists, who have all embraced the beauty of colour throughout their work.
From explicit sexual scenes expressed in vivid primary colours, dreamy pop collages depicting a love of music to oversized canvases using colour to evoke an array of moods, if colour is what you like, then colour is what you will get and all beautifully expressed.
This free exhibition will remain at Newport Street Gallery until 9th September 2018.