Our selection of the top 10 art events of 2018 includes most notable exhibitions, publications and artists who’ve made a name for themselves in the past year. The following list is divided into two sections…
It’s been fun! But wait, are you sure you haven’t missed anything? Here’s a pithy summary of what happened in the art world this year. From the heavily covered and significant to LOLs and WTFs – catch up on the artsy ups and downs 2018.
‘Shape of Light. 100 Years Of Photography And Abstract Art’ – exhibition
What springs to mind when you hear the term “avant-garde photography”? The most obvious answer would be the visual experiments of the Dadaists, Man Ray’s in particular, and the surrealist…
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Look at the ‘What to read this week: 27 Mar-2 Apr’ – a weekly list of articles worth reading found online by the Lynx Team.
After the great retrospectives of Hamilton (2014) Lichtenstein (2013) and Hirst (2012), this year, we have been granted a presentation of artists who are largely outside the mainstream, at least as far as London’s perspective is concerned.
Paulina Olowska ‘The Mother An Unsavoury Play in Two Acts and an Epilogue’ –
A distance forged between point “a” and point “b”. On one side, there was emptiness, a vacuum; on the other side an electric field, drawing and connecting the two “points” like gravity.
The end of the year is a time for the summaries, making plans and expectations for the coming year. For us it was incredibly intensive year. The fact, that our audience is growing every month gives us tremendous joy and justifies our work.
‘Conflict, Time, Photography’, Tate Modern, Among the artists: Jerzy Lewczynski, Agata Madejska
OPEN FORM: OSKAR HANSEN, ART, ARCHITECTURE AND FILM, 25th May, London, £5
IN MY WORK, I AM TRYING TO DRAW ATTENTION TO CREATIVITY AS A PRODUCT OF COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE AND COMPLEX, NONLINEAR PROCESSES – SAYS AGNIESZKA KURANT
Contemporary Lynx visited an exhibition by Agnieszka Kurant entitled Exformation. It was on at SculptureCentre .