Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Verses After Dusk

Words by Carlotta Annunziata

London, Serpentine Gallery

The Serpentine Gallery is currently showcasing the work of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. The ‘Verses After Dusk’ exhibition reveals the artist relationship with the figures that exist in her imagination, which come to life on large canvases throughout delicate strokes of paint. Read more.

Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World

Words by Carlotta Annunziata

London, Tate Britain

Barbara Hepworth, born in Yorkshire in 1903, emerged in the late 1920s as a leading member of a new generation of sculptors carving in stone and wood. Her work became increasingly abstract and, in the 1930s, she started to make sculpture in terms of her experience of landscape. Read more.

We Want More

Words by Patrice Winn

London, The Photographers' Gallery

Across two floors in The Photographers Gallery, go and immerse yourself in asking what is contemporary music photography? Curated by Diane Smyth, this summer exhibition examines the importance of photography and image making in 21st century music culture across advancing digital technologies, and the relationship between the photographer, the musicians and the fans. Read more.

Play: Toys, Sets, Rules

Photos by Alin Kovacs

London, Walter Knoll

Play is part of a programme of exhibitions and events commissioned by Walter Knoll and produced and curated by systems. Walter Knoll are funding the production of Play and hosting the exhibition in their London showroom. Read more.

Issue 09: Visually, Precisely

DIANE ROUXEL

PHOTOGRAPHY VALERIO SPADA

WORDS MICHELA BIASIBETTI

I met Diane a couple of months ago while I was in Paris during the way-too-crowded fashion week and yes, she was a breath of fresh air in a surrounding where at times you just need someone real to know. Read More.

Issue 09: Visually, Precisely

XAVIER VEILHAN

PHOTOGRAPHY SIMON SCHWYZER

WORDS MARINA ROMITI

Born in France (1963) Xavier Veilhan has chosen Paris as his home base for his work, which is now exhibited in galleries and private and public collections worldwide. His works, which arise from a conceptual idea, are exemplified in a deep knowledge and ability of manufactural and technological artistic techniques: cinema, video, monumental painting, photography, site specific installations, sculpture, design, music, architecture. Many are his collaborations with artists, architects or musicians: from Daniel Buren to Renzo Piano to the Air group. From the exhibition Veilhan Versaillles (2009) he is one of the most acclaimed French artists of today. Read More.