Search results for “Martin Creed”

The 12th Frieze London Programme Announced

Frieze Art Fair brings together over 160 of the world’s leading contemporary galleries. This year, for the first time, Frieze introduces Live, a showcase for performance-based installations dispersed throughout the fair.

Inclusive Practice

Martin Creed’s first ever retrospective opens at the Hayward Gallery, London, this spring, exposing the large body of work of the genre-defying artist.

Film at Art Basel Miami Beach

The so-called “Olympics of the art world”, Art Basel, returns to Miami Beach on 5 December, bringing together the international art community for the winter art event of the year.

Unlimited at Art Basel

A unique exhibition platform, Art Basel’s Unlimited sector will this year feature 79 artworks, the largest number of projects to date. Unlimited is curated for the second consecutive year by Gianni Jetzer.

Sculpture Is Everything: Contemporary Works from the Collection at GOMA, Queensland

Showcasing the Gallery’s Collection and featuring a group of new acquisitions, Sculpture Is Everything explores the extraordinarily diverse and surprising field of contemporary sculpture.

Johnny Parry Chamber Orchestra

Johnny Parry is the founder of Lost Toys Records and has played with a number of acclaimed musicians including Beth Orton and Talvin Singh, as well as Turner Prize winning artist Martin Creed.

Turner Prize 2011

One of the World’s most defining art prizes opened in 2011 at Baltic. We explore the shortlist with Godfrey Worsdale, Director of Baltic.

Invocations of the Blank Page @ Spike Island

Review by Regina Papachlimitzou The quietness and stillness you might generally associate with the blank page is challenged and eventually rejected in the artworks showcased…

Review: Fresh Hell at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris

Review by Rosa Rankin-Gee There is something life-affirming about the queues to see art in Paris. Perennially long, and slow, and full of people complaining…

Catching up with Matthew Higgs

Interview by Stephanie Bailey When I was offered the chance to interview Matthew Higgs via The Apartment, Athens, I jumped at the chance. An artist…

Fiona Bradley

Since 2003, Fiona Bradley has been the Director of Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery. She emphasises the importance of new work in the context of a consistent and developing artistic practice.