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Future Now 2020: Cornelia Parker

“We might not have a future unless we do something to mitigate what’s happening.” Cornelia Parker is speaking at Future Now 2020.

Cornelia Parker: FOUND, Foundling Museum

Making reference to Foundling Museum’s heritage, Cornelia Parker invites over 50 artists, writers and musicians to respond to the thematic concept of “found”.

Found, Curated by Cornelia Parker, The Foundling Museum, London

Cornelia Parker has invited 60 artists from a range of disciplines to respond to the theme of ‘found’, reflecting on the Museum’s long-standing history and heritage. Opening on 27 May, this show unites new work with historic objects.

Cornelia Parker, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

During the wait for the Whitworth Gallery’s grand reopening, Parker busied herself in a collaboration with scientist Kostya Novoselov at the University of Manchester to create a new work.

Cornelia Parker

Cornelia Parker is a British sculptor and installation artist who is interested in the potential of materials. In 2013, we spoke to the artist.

Cornelia Parker

Cornelia Parker is a British sculptor and installation artist who is interested in the potential of materials. Her latest involvement is with Glasstress, as one of 65 artists challenged to work with glass.

Cornelia Parker

Cornelia Parker’s work presents lines of enquiry and invites viewers to consider the fragility of the human experience.

Review Cornelia Parker, John Cage and Cage Mix at BALTIC

I was one of the many who wondered if BALTIC could top their breathtaking spring exhibition by Jenny Holzer, and with Cornelia Parker’s Doubtful Sound…

Women Artists in Focus:
5 to See this Season

Aesthetica presents a list of international exhibitions this season that champion powerful works by women artists, shedding light on pressing issues of our times.

Championing Women in the Arts

Washington D.C.’s National Museum of Women in the Arts reopens after two years of renovation – with an expansive fresh installation of the collection.

Mat Collishaw:
Past, Present, Future

Kew Gardens presents an exhibition centred on celebrated multidisciplinary artist Mat Collishaw, exploring art history, nature and technology.

5 to See:
Art Basel

The international art fair brings together 284 leading galleries from the 15-18 June, exhibiting artists such as Barbara Kruger, Cornelia Parker and Nancy Holt.

5 Must-See UK Shows this Season

We have selected five exhibitions that are opening this Spring that we think you should see. Engage with new ideas and a whole world of possibilities.

Future Now Symposium 2023:
Programme Announced

Discover this year’s Future Now line-up, bringing together award-winning artists for talks that engage with themes from our rapidly changing world.

Engaging with the World

Cornelia Parker is best known for transforming everyday objects to address issues of violence, human rights and environmental disaster.

Gifts for Art Lovers

10 gift ideas for culture lovers this season. 2021’s list includes gallery memberships, photobooks, subscriptions and camera accessories.

Breaking the Mould

A major new touring exhibition promises to shed light on the hidden histories of women’s sculpture worldwide. Aesthetica speaks to the curator.

Future Now Symposium Speakers 2021

Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2021    

Visual Inspiration: Art as Fragments

Ruins and traces of the ancient world have fascinated artists for centuries. Discover contemporary names exploring history and decay.

Ethereal Still Life

Throughout the pandemic, Cornelia Parker has been working on a new body of work. Objects, flowers and glassware transform into shadows.