Pilar Corrias is a contemporary art gallery in the heart of London’s West End which opened in 2008. The 3,800 square foot gallery space on Eastcastle Street was designed by the architect Rem Koolhaas and is made up of two exhibition spaces.Read More
Since its inception, the gallery has worked with emerging and established artists with the central aim of allowing their work to grow both in terms of production of new projects and the making of new exhibitions. Alongside its internal programming, the gallery places great importance on supporting their artists through fostering relationships with public institutions, private foundations, museums, and commissioning bodies.
The artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery will show in Hong Kong early next year.
Rachel Rose reflects on the ideas and concerns around magic and capitalism that drive her work
The third Daata Fair will show leading video and digital art when it takes place online from 20 April to 9 May.
Christina Quarles discusses shifting perspectives through painting and the importance of drawing in her practice.
Brimming with transgressions and perturbing narratives, Tala Madani's upcoming solo exhibition inaugurates Pilar Corrias's new Savile Row space.
With an abundance of current and upcoming solo exhibitions, Shara Hughes discusses some of the latest directions taken in her work.
Ocula Advisory select their favourite works on view among the 100 gallery presentations at Art Basel OVR: Pioneers.
'Climate change is not an issue of the environment,' writes the Global South collective Wretched of the Earth in the preface to a letter pleading for Extinction Rebellion to reconsider the tactics and politics of their struggle. 'It is an issue of power, violence and greed; it is political and it requires systems change.'
Looking at the work of Cui Jie from a northern European perspective, the first error is probably to think you're seeing some form of lament for a modernist past. That narrative is fairly familiar now, based on a longing for the largest-scale remnants of the material culture of postwar social democracy or state socialism—the buildings they...
Last month, a new sake bar opened at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts: a softly lit tunnel of booze that promises the kind of entrancing conversation one can never quite remember the next morning. A permanent installation designed by the artist Rirkrit Tiravanija, untitled 2019 (the form of the flower is unknown to the seed) is furnished...
If you're just finding out about the artist Tschabalala Self—who, at 29, already has already established both industry cred and a cult following—it's more likely than not a little late for you to acquire some of her work for yourself.
Sophie Von Hellermann's paintings recall the look of fables, legends, and traditional stories that are imbued with the workings of her subconscious, rather than the content of existing images.