CHLOE ATTITUDES: Curator Judith Clark talks through the Chloé exhibition
Not every brand gets to celebrate its diamond jubilee with an retrospective in the hallowed corridors of the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. But then again, Chloé – spiritual home of the French ingénue – isn’t most brands.
TRACES: The secret gallery
Hidden away off Hackney Road in east London is an old Victorian pub, frequented by the cries of a hoary prostitute – and it might also be the site of the most innovative gallery show all year, showcasing art and design pieces in a meticulously restored (but fashionably crumbly) local landmark. But first you need […]
THE MUSEUM OF EVERYTHING: Heading to Mother Russia
The Museum of Everything came to fame by exhibiting a spectacular array of Britain’s unloved, untrained artists. This summer, curator James Brett is producing Russia’s first major show of outsider art – and that means touring the Motherland looking for the next art superstar, combine harvester and all (Pussy Riot balaclava optional)…
DAMIEN HIRST: In Retrospect
The first UK retrospective of controversy-courting conceptual artist Damien Hirst opens tomorrow at London’s TATE Modern. Responsible for the most expensive piece of artwork ever produced (a diamond encrusted skull, said to be worth £50m), and currently the richest living artist in the world, Hirst is the first to admit the line between artist and […]