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Mark Wallinger

After winning the Turner Prize in 2007, and then being commissioned for The White Horse, Wallinger has become a part of our current discourse.

Mark Wallinger at carlier | gebauer as part of Gallery Weekend Berlin

Mark Wallinger opens tomorrow in Berlin as part of Gallery Weekend with new works. This is the artist’s fourth show at carlier | gebauer. The…

Historical Devices

Mark Wallinger’s recently opened public artwork reflects upon notions of justice and democracy, offering an immersive experience.

Suspended Illuminations

Cerith Wyn Evans’ takeover of the Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain, London, welcomes audiences into a conceptually responsive environment.

Hull UK City of Culture 2017

Hull UK City of Culture 2017 recently launched, kick-starting a 365 day programme of cultural events and creativity inspired by the area.

Helen Marten: Turner Prize 2016

Helen Marten has been awarded the 2016 Turner Prize, as announced at Tate Britain earlier this week, one of the best-known projects for the visual arts in the world.

Interview with Dr. Helen Pheby, Curator of Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Scultpure Park is hosting a new exhibition, At Home. As the first in a series curated from the Arts Council Collection as part of the National Partners programme, it marks the Collection’s 70th anniversary. It displays works which focus on the introspective and domestic aspects of life, all within the Bothy Gallery. We caught up with Dr. Helen Pheby, curator of YSP to discuss the inspiration and domestic resonance of the work.

Art Basel Presents its 2014 Film Programme, Miami Beach, Florida

Since a few Basel gallerists put their passion and determination behind an ambitious vision in 1970, Art Basel has continued to grow in size and is now recognised as a top international art show.

Catlin Art Prize Exhibition, 2-24 May Londonewcastle Project Space

Returning this year for its eighth edition is the Catlin Art Prize exhibition held Londonewcastle Project Space showcasing the new work by seven recent graduates. In Shoreditch from 2-24 May

In The Presence, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011, ICA, London

The Bloomberg New Contemporaries has long presented art lovers with an annual snapshot of emerging talent from the next generation of artists in the UK. The first exhibition was held in 1949.

Untitled (Tube Map) by Barbara Kruger

Internationally renowned, American artist, Barbara Kruger (b.1945) is the latest creative talent to design the new Pocket Tube Map cover. Kruger uses the language of…

Innovation & Collaboration for 21st Century Ballet

Evoking the ethos of the Russian impresario Sergei Diaghilev, Sadler’s Wells contextualises today’s artists, designers and composers, within the sphere of modern performance.

The Turner Prize

In 2007, for the first time ever, the Turner Prize was presented outside London: in Liverpool, to mark the city’s status of European Capital of Culture 2008.