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For his first London solo exhibition, Craig Barber (born Bromsgrove, Worcestershire 1981) is showing a sequence of paintings which at first glance fit comfortably into the genre of landscape with figures – but on closer viewing seem to suggest something more ambivalent and subversive: landscapes which are somehow dislocated, inhabited by figures at odds with (perhaps even unaware of) each other. A
The world’s largest private collection of Madonna’s film outfits, stage costumes and artefacts.
The North East’s first ever Chinese contemporary art show is set to rival Saatchi when it opens next Thursday 6 February at Opus Gallery in Newcastle upon Tyne.
The Gallery At 94 in association with Whisky Mist present the spray paintings of Maximilian Wiedemann. Join us in an exclusive appreciation of irony through the eyes of artistic vision.
Festival @ Sony World Photography Awards is a week-long celebration of photography that will take place throughout the city of Cannes from 14th – 19th April 2009.
Barbara Steinberg’s paintings have that rare quality of enriching the viewer on may levels.
Unheimlich brings together the work of five artists whose practice reflects an interest in Freud’s notion of the ‘uncanny’.
Postmodernism is dead, at least according to the Tate – and something altogether weirder has taken its place. Adrian Searle wonders if this is the future of contemporary art.
It took more than 100 people to put together Tate Britain's big new show. What did they all do?
Family of Jewish banker sued two museums, alleging that works were forcibly sold under Nazi duress.
Cy Twombly's new work brings to mind the great experience and childlike spontaneity behind Titian's Diana and Actaeon.
Gallery directors campaigning to raise a further £50m to save a second Titian painting for the nation have had significant donations and pledges of money, despite the recession.
It's the first show of Van Dycks in London for ten years, so why has Tate Britain so obviously missed a trick?
Even if Yves Saint Laurent had not run the House of Dior at 21, nor shaped women's fashion for 40 years, nor pioneered mass-market luxury, he would have been famous for his art collection.
Britain's leading art galleries and museums, including Tate Modern and the Victoria & Albert, will have to scale down their exhibition and expansion plans as recession threatens millions of pounds in business sponsorship.
By using the bartering system, these artists hope to set a trend-setting example. In addition, these artists want to establish bartering as a respectable activity that promotes relationships among people from different trades.
The YBAs found their voices in a recession but in the public's eyes they are linked with the age of easy credit.
Just a month after Jeremy Strick resigned under pressure as director of the beleaguered Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, he has landed a new job. Starting March 2 he will be director of the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, the institution confirmed.
The injections of cultural cash in Tuesday's federal budget are being hailed by many in the arts community as a landmark moment showing national politicians' heightened attention to the arts. But complaints about what was left out remain widespread.
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