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Review of Gary Hume at Tate

The man who made a name for himself by painting hospital doors has come a long way with a very simple formula: gloss paint in bold, treading a line between abstraction and figuration.

Gary Hume

Beginning his career with the unconventional decision to redesign hospital doors, Gary Hume’s signature style was established early.

Gary Hume: 2 at Sprüth Magers, Berlin

Gary Hume’s 2 at Sprüth Magers presents new works by the artist this September. For the artist’s second solo show in Berlin, the gallery will showcase an intimate series of works on paper.

Gary Hume: Flashback

This book accompanies the third exhibition in the Flashback series, in which early acquisitions from key international artists are juxtaposed with newer works from British collections.

Gary Hume’s ‘Bird in a Fish Tank’ opens in Berlin

Gary Hume (b.1962)is back this summer in Berlin. It’s been 15 years since his last solo show in the city, so there’s a lot of…

Innovative Practices

Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is a celebration of contemporary printmaking, offering over 500 artworks from across the globe.

Sustainable Recreation

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden reopens on 3 June with a total of 18 new artworks installed across 19-acres of the garden and Walker Campus.

Frieze Sculpture: Exterior Forms

Ahead of Frieze New York, 5-7 May, the fair announces its plans for London’s largest outdoor exhibition, on view from 5 July.

Dual Masquerade

The work of British artist Gillian Wearing and French photographer Claude Cahun are displayed together for the first time at the National Portrait Gallery.

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.


Speakers at the Future Now Symposium 2016

Sarah Lucas, British Pavilion at the 56th Venice Biennale

Sarah Lucas will present her much anticipated solo exhibition in the British Pavilion as part of the 2015 Venice Biennale. Most recently, a survey of her work featured at Tramway in Glasgow.

Michael Craig-Martin: NOW, Himalayas Museum

NOW at Himalayas Museum, Shanghai, is Michael Craig-Martin’s first major show in Asia. Working as an artist for over 40 years, Craig-Martin was a key figure in the development of London’s YBAs.

Multiplied Contemporary Editions, Christie’s South Kensington, London

The UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions opens today at Christie’s South Kensington. Multiplied returns for the fifth year and takes place during Frieze Week, one of the most important periods in the contemporary art calendar.

10 Degree Shows To See

Degree Show season is upon us once more and art students across the UK are in the process of preparing their final projects for examination. The concluding shows offer audiences an insight into new talents at work in the art industry.

Interview with Fashion Designer Karen Mabon

Karen Mabon’s designs are beautiful, bold and brash. All hand-illustrated, her scarves combine drawing with playful aesthetics. With designs that cover everything from a British garden to a stationary cupboard, Mabon transforms everyday clothing into works of art.

Michael Craig-Martin

Transforming everyday objects into vibrant constructs, Michael Craig-Martin has shaped the artistic landscape of Britain, both through his own work and his influence on other practitioners.

What Happens When the YBAs Grow up?

A new book surveys the 25 year success and phenomenon that was, and in many ways still is, the Young British Artists.

Jerwood Gallery in Hastings to Open, Q&A with Liz Gilmore, Director

There are a lot of projects that get the go-ahead in the name of regeneration, and the savagely debated Jerwood Gallery in Hastings is no exception.