Cities carved into blocks of marble and a fake palm tree – these are the awe-inspiring works in Yutaka Sone's latest exhibition. Hosted by David Zwirner London, this is the first time that Sone's three island cities have been displayed together, demonstrating his mastery of stonework.
This display features the work of major contemporary artists and designers, many using glass as a medium for the first time and shows selected works from a project created for the 55th Venice Biennale entitled Glasstress: White Light/White Heat.
The annual Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize returns to the National Portrait Gallery this winter. The diverse ensemble of styles and themes offer a fascinating representation of contemporary photographic practice and celebrates the boundless potential of one of the medium's oldest genres.
In this exhibition, the first major Matisse survey to take place in New York and London for many years, over 80 exceptional works are displayed according to technique and chronology, reflecting the concentration on printmaking at certain significant periods during Matisse's career.