London Craft Week 2024 Highlights

London Craft Week 2024 Highlights

Celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, London Craft Week (13–19 May 2024) will shine a light on the capital’s unique melting pot of creative talent. Read on for what to see
At Home with Art

At Home with Art

One of Shoreditch's most atmospheric buildings hosts a weekend-long contemporary art show exploring what it means to be an artist in the capital
Collect 2024 Preview

Collect 2024 Preview

The Crafts Council's prestigious show of contemporary makers at Somerset House is 20 years old. If you're heading to the fair, here are some of DA/UK's highlights
Radical Abstraction

Radical Abstraction

Turner Contemporary’s first historical retrospective is an energetic survey of postwar abstract art made by women, full of provocation, experimentation and possibility – as well as tales of underlying discrimination
London Craft Week 2023 Highlights

London Craft Week 2023 Highlights

Spotlighting creativity from the capital and beyond, London Craft Week (8–14 May 2023) is the city’s chance to show its mettle as a vital hub for making and collecting
Venice Art Biennale

Venice Art Biennale

In Venice, art and architecture have a long tradition of intermingling. The city’s renowned institution, the Biennale, hosts a major exhibition dedicated to each. The current edition of the Art Biennale offers occasions to reflect on the relationship between the two
Radical Acts

Radical Acts

At the Harewood Biennial 2022, a country house with a controversial history provides fertile ground for craft makers to address today’s challenges
The Liberty of Doubt

The Liberty of Doubt

Chinese artist Ai Weiwei explores ideas of authenticity and truth in his current exhibition at Kettle's Yard in Cambridge
Belgravia London Craft Week 2021 Preview

Belgravia London Craft Week 2021 Preview

For London Craft Week (4-10 October) Belgravia will be hosting The Pimlico Road Series – a programme of talks, workshops and demonstrations that bring to life the skill and talent that goes into making exceptional interiors
Portable Sculpture

Portable Sculpture

A new show at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds is challenging the monolithic, immovable preconceptions associated with sculpture by presenting works that, by design, can be packed up, taken down and moved on
Seize the Day

Seize the Day

Faye Toogood uses light – or the lack of – as a springboard for new work at the NGV Triennial
Culture Stop

Culture Stop

An abandoned townhouse in Athens has been restored to be one part b&b, one part art gallery – depending on what month of the year you go
Delicate Detail

Delicate Detail

The recycled glass sculptures created by Costa Rican artist Juli Bolaños-Durman exude a genuine sense of joy
Free Form

Free Form

Italian artist Roberto Ruspoli follows in the footsteps of Picasso, Matisse and Cocteau by reimagining the ancient art of the fresco
The Good Fight

The Good Fight

A survey of how art and protest intersect, from the 16th century up to the present day
Crisp and Dry

Crisp and Dry

British satirist David Shrigley applies his keen observations as champagne house Ruinart’s artist of the year
Collect 2020

Collect 2020

Highlights from the Crafts Council's annual show of the very best contemporary makers
Frieze Week 2019

Frieze Week 2019

From fairs, pop-up shops, and exhibitions taking place across the capital, here are a selection of our highlights
Well Composed

Well Composed

Artist Haris Epaminonda plays with form and composition in her installation at the 58th Venice Biennale
Graphic Pop

Graphic Pop

The unsung pioneers of Pop Art, DANAD Design, are having a moment in a new exhibition at Paul Smith