Studio Voltaire

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How one London non-profit is cornering the crowded market in presents for the art-lover; plus, a gift guide for the creatively curious worldwide

BY Matthew McLean |

Mapping the trajectory of Hamilton’s work, the roots of her identity as a ‘Londoner’ and how what she terms the ‘fourth dimension’ shapes her practice. Presented in partnership with Studio Voltaire

The New York-based Israeli artist speaks to the Director of London's National Portrait Gallery about figurative painting now

At Studio Voltaire, London, a new film narrated by Ben Whishaw asks why the intelligence services proved such an ideal calling for gay men in the early 20th century

BY Alastair Curtis |

The gallery enters its sixth decade as one of its founding member, Judith Bernstein, turns 80 

BY Valeria Napoleone |

As collective reopens its renovated exhibition space we look back at its impressive record of rearing talent, dating back to its tram-shed Clapham days.

BY Matthew McLean |

The best exhibitions on view during the fair – from Doron Langberg’s splashy gay paintings at Victoria Miro to Theaster Gates’s homage to clay at Whitechapel Gallery

BY Sean Burns |

In an exhibition organized by Studio Voltaire, the artist’s work grows at a pace with which galleries today are often unfamiliar

BY Ella Fleck |

At Studio Voltaire, London, Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley take aim at #mefirst capitalism and the gospel of self-care

BY Rosanna McLaughlin |

Printed Matter, SculptureCenter and Skowhegan join Camden Arts Centre, Studio Voltaire, Whitechapel Gallery and Serpentine Galleries

At Studio Voltaire, London, the artists have transformed the former chapel into a wild Wilde Gesamtkunstwerk

BY Hettie Judah |

In a year marked by anger and powerlessness, artists set their sights on empowering counter-narratives

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter |

In further news: German pavilion announces artist for Venice; Emmanuel Macron urges art world to fight extremism

When confronted with a deeply damaging past, it becomes necessary to take action to return us to the present

BY ACT UP London |

Why ACT UP activists spray-painting over artist David McDiarmid’s ‘Rainbow Aphorisms’ posters scored an own goal

BY Paul Clinton |

The collaborative practice, led by Helen Walker and Harun Morrison, uses community networks and humour to tackle serious social issues

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter |

Scarpati’s last and only work to survive him, ‘Putti’s Pudding’ (1989) was shown at Studio Voltaire, London, UK

BY Hettie Judah |

Studio Voltaire, London, UK

BY Izabella Scott |

Studio Voltaire, London, UK

BY Nina Power |

Pressed by the increasing need to generate diverse streams of income, UK art organizations turn to crowdfunding

BY Ellen Mara De Wachter |