Julian Opie was born in 1958 in London. He graduated from Goldsmith's School of Art, London in 1982. While at Goldsmith's, he studied with prominent artists Richard Wentworth and Michael Craig-Martin both of whom influenced his ideas about the nature of visual art. Shortly after graduating, Opie began exhibiting in galleries and museums across Europe and his works are now in the collections of major institutions around the world including the Arts Council, England; British Museum, London; Carnegie Museum, Pittsburgh; IVAM Museum of Modern Art, Valencia, Spain; National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne; National Portrait Gallery, London; Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; Tate Collection, London and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
Coinciding with Kiaf Seoul, galleries and institutions across the city present the best of contemporary art in Korea and beyond.
With Art021 and West Bund Art & Design taking place in November, we recommend 17 shows to see in Shanghai this winter.
Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Guarene and Turin, together with the Madrid Fundación, are creating a new constellation; mapping out a new geography that concretely embodies an idea of Europe based on reciprocity—between places, communities, fields of knowledge and cultures.
Located a stones throw from the famed Haeundae Beach, popularised in Korean cinema and countless K-dramas, Art Busan 2016
Portraiture is an enduring art form, thanks to the narcissistic tendencies of the human race.
I sent two of my assistants out to the park to film people walking and, on reviewing the films, I found that many joggers had run past the camera. Humans are built for running. I have read they can o
This October, Store Studios will host Everything At Once, an extensive off-site exhibition featuring 24 artists currently shown at Lisson Gallery in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
As far as you look back in history, the arts have always interacted with the power structures of their time. Artists, writers, poets, filmmakers and musicians have been indispensible critical voices,