Keith Tyson explains the ideas and inspirations behind his exhibition PANTA RHEI, on view at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens through 28 March. Click here to watch the video.
Keith Tyson: Turn Back Now opens Saturday, January 28 at the Jerwood Gallery. The exhibition puts on view a selection of Tyson's Studio Wall Drawings. These drawings began as a way for Tyson to explore his artistic impulses in a limited studio space, and convey some of the larger themes of his work such as daily existence and the fascination with infinity. The exhibition will be on view from January 28 through June 4, 2017 at the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings, England. For more information, visi
As part of his participation in the 15th Istanbul Biennal, a good neighbour, artist Fred Wilson spoke at the biennal's Public Programme. Wilson discussed his work, Afro Kismet, which is on view now at the Pera Museum. Relating this work to his artistic practice and to a piece he had exhibited representing the United States at the 50th Venice Biennale, the artist said, "My work is about an issue which is both personal and universal. I dealt with something like this in Venice, as well; I researche
"Nowadays, in an age when the choice between abstraction and figuration is dismissed as a false dichotomy, and when younger artists imbue their work with once-taboo narrative and autobiography, Mr. Hockney is an artist of unassailable relevance. [...] An agile, inquisitive draftsman inclined to careful observation, he has always culled his subjects from his immediate surroundings." The New York Times' Deborah Solomon visited David Hockney at his home and studio in Los Angeles ahead of his majo