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Selected from global entries this exciting new commission encapsulates the vibrancy and diversity of Chinatown and its community.
In 'Story of a London Township', three hand built shelters in contrasting materials address our relationship with these rudimentary architectural forms in relation to the gallery context.
There's a nostalgic charm in a series of intimate portraits of Martin Amis and friends in the 1970s when they were hip and happily puffing away.
It was the bleak early-1990s. But the YBAs couldn't care less. In an extract from his new book, Gregor Muir relives a whirlwind of booze, brawls and gloriously ramshackle shows.
Realist painter whose work was much loved by the US public but divided the critics.
The start of a recession does not seem a particularly propitious time to open up a new art space - unless you happen to be heir to a large grocery fortune.
It is apt that the passing of Wyeth's sentimental and dishonest vision of America coincided with the dying days of George Bush's presidency.
Hepworth's ability to create beautiful, moving and coherent art from the simplest materials was a form of magic.
Working mainly with textiles and ceramics, he meticulously stitches and sews, glazes and throws all his work.
This exhibition, while telling Bible stories in an unusual way, will open yet another window on to the many facets of fans and their uses.
Shona Illingworth creates evocative video and sound installations which explore the experience of memory and the formation of identity in situations of social tension and trauma.
QUAD February exhibitions 2009
The Viewfinder Photography Gallery presents a range of striking and innovative images, many developed especially for this exhibition.
Canary Wharf Group launched its latest Sculpture in the Workplace exhibition, knit one purl one by Lyndall Phelps, in the Lobby of One Canada Square on 12 January.
Lust For Love is the first solo exhibition for Pomme Chan, a Thai-born, London-based illustrator.
We’ve all heard about dumbing down. But there is plenty of evidence that the opposite is also true. Is this, in fact, the age of mass intelligence?
The poster collection in “Off the Wall”, comes from the 20-odd factions of Lebanon’s 1975-90 civil war and shows that the shifting alliance of leftists and other radicals had artistic flair from the outset.
David Cerny vowed yesterday to hand back all the public money he received for his EU sculpture although he was vague about the bulk £350,000 purse he was attempting to raise from private donors.
The president-elect's proposed Artists Corps is one plank in his push to revitalize the arts in education.
The Czech EU presidency has apologised for an art installation it commissioned that lampoons national stereotypes.
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