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LONDON. Inadequate insurance taken out by Lancaster city council has left a public art project by US artist Mark Dion in ruin after thieves stole 21 bronze sculptures in February 2008.
Nearly seven years after her death, the Queen Mother yesterday received a permanent commemoration in the middle of royal London. The one-and-a half-times-lifesize bronze statue stands next to that of her husband, George VI, overlooking the Mall.
New Yorker Roni Horn has photographed the same woman 110 times at hot springs. She has also put an ant colony and sheets of gold in Tate Modern.
One of the world’s leading art dealers this week launched an astonishing attack on the contemporary art market, condemning the millions charged for some works as “almost fraud”.
Portrait photographer forced to mortgage rights to her art as financial turmoil takes its toll.
Art exhibitions without exhibits are nothing new. Nothing has been a recognised art form for half a century. But the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris can claim a cultural first this week: a retrospective exhibition of 51 years of exhibitions without exhibits by nine different artists.
His Fourth Plinth commission will be installed from 6 July and Gormley said yesterday that he would be disappointed if everyone who was chosen to be winched atop the plinth as part of One and Other behaved sensibly.
The biggest auction ever held in Europe ended last night with Yves Saint Laurent’s two Qing bronzes as the star lots, after objections from the Chinese government and a legal challenge failed to halt their sale.
Bacon's rug oeuvre has suddenly increased after an Iranian carpet dealer cleaned out one of her storerooms and took a pile of rugs to an auction house in Wiltshire.
Murals feature on many a bus or taxi-tour of Belfast, but the powers that be say that any overtly sectarian symbol is retrograde, and a project is underway to “re-image” communities.
It’s not just that Barcelona’s avant-garde doesn’t want to grow up. Nostalgia is a creeping phenomenon.
Leading British artist, Antony Gormley, today launched his nationwide work, 'One & Other', by inviting people, aged 16 and over, from across the UK to participate in the creation of a unique living monument on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square.
The Berlin based gallery [DAM]Berlin is presenting an international selection of artists working with digital media at the new Kinetica Art Fair, London.
Malaysian artist Amir Zainoren's first solo exhibition in London.
Spacex is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in the UK of Canadian artist Laura Kikauka.
The River Thames played an important part in spencer's love affair with his native village of Cookham in Berkshire and this exhibition will feature one of his most famous paintings, 'Swan Upping at Cookham' on loan from Tate Britain.
To our surprise - or perhaps more to his - a fully grown male chimpanzee is perched ominously upon the southern railing of the space.
An unveiling of brand new and extraordinary monster illustrations will explore the inner workings of an artist’s psyche as the Idea Generation Gallery strips bare the art of monsters. Move over Charles Darwin, this exhibition is leading a unique anthropological monster study – one step beyond for evolution.
Current exhibitions at Glynn Vivian Gallery, Swansea.
In response to the global economic crisis, James R. Houghton, chairman of the board of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, posted a letter on the institution’s Web site on Friday announcing that the Met had decided to close 15 of its satellite shops around the country.
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