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Time and Space in video art and installation: James Alec Hardy

Space, construction, dying technologies and the rich rituals at the end of all things - James Alec Hardy...

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Lost Souls of Saturn’s Art Installation Comes to Saatchi Gallery

Sweet Harmony, the first exhibition celebrating rave culture to take place in a major art institution, will recapture the new world that emerged from the acid house scene....

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Spectral Illuminations

Light and perception experiments in the work of Barbara Kasten...

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The Edge of Perception: An Interview with Kenturah Davis

LA-based artist Kenturah Davis speaks to Millie Walton about her layered approach to image making and challenging conventional ways of seeing...

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Richard Saltoun Gallery Launches Hannah Arendt Programme

Mayfair gallery Richard Saltoun launches its year-long programme of exhibitions exploring the themes of Hannah Arendt's seminal book 'Between Past and Future'...

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Tate Modern screens Shirin Neshat’s 1999 film ‘Soliloquy’

A rarely seen video work by Iranian artist Shirin Neshat is revived from the Tate's collection, and will be free to view (when the museum reopens) until the beginning of February...

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MACRO Radically Rethinks the Role of the Museum

The Museum for Preventive Imagination project at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome explores dynamic and evolving exhibition formats...

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Faye Toogood’s Assembled Artworks at NGV Triennial

As the NGV Triennial opens in Melbourne, participating artist Faye Toogood discusses light, materiality and how the Dutch Masters inspired her installations...

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The Art Vault: An Online Marketplace for Emerging Artists

Kovet.Art launches a digital space for emerging artists to exhibit and sell their works to global audiences...

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Painting the Collective: An Interview with Nengi Omuku

As Nengi Omuku’s solo exhibition 'Gathering' reopens in London, the artist discusses how her interest in crowds was inspired by protests in Nigeria and her own isolation ...

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Largest Digital Canvas in the World to Launch in London

Artist Marco Brambilla will curate a programme of public art as part of a £1bn commercial redevelopment of Tin Pan Alley that is set to complete in autumn 2021. ...

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Cathrin Hoffmann Debut Solo Exhibition

IT STILL SMELLS OF NOTHING features installation and sculpture by Hoffmann for the first time, alongside some of the artist’s largest and most ambitious paintings to date. ...

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Damien Hirst to Open Huge Exhibition of More Than 50 Early Works

End of a Century will include more than 50 installations, sculptures and paintings from the 80s and 90s, when Hirst came to fame as one of the YBAs....

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Gasworks Present First UK Solo Exhibition by Eduardo Navarro

(breathspace), the result of hundreds of sketches produced by Navarro during self-isolation in Buenos Aires, replaces his original immersive installation plans....

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No Transformation – Tony Oursler & Hennessey Video Exclusive

The raw quality of the video matches the stripped emotional tone of Leah's voice which in turn laser-points the lyrics directly at the desperate ennui of 2020. ...

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Material Bodies Moving in Space

The fabric of being in the work of Daisy Collingridge. An interview with a unique artists whose multimedia work combines, psychology, theatre, performance, and installation....

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Ian Cumberland: Presence in Absence

Best known for his hyperrealist portraits of isolated subjects in detailed interiors, Cumberland explores themes of mass media culture, surveillance and the notion of the human self....

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Barbican Announce First Ever Major Michael Clark Exhibition

Contributions from cult icons of London’s art scene in Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer establish his radical presence in Britain’s cultural history....

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Superblue Experiential Art Centre to Launch This December

The venue is the first of several experiential art centres planned as part of the newly formed company, reflecting an ongoing consumer trend toward experiences....

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Screen Grabs and Future Constructs in the Work of Ian Francis

Prismatic Reality Distortions: An intervirew with Painter Ian Francis. ...

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Arebyte Gallery Announce Collaboration With the National Gallery in Zimbabwe

POWERPLAY foregrounds the digital arts scene in Africa, presenting work by artists who are from or based in Nigeria, South Africa, Zimbabwe, and the UK. ...

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Soho House Announce Inaugural Art Prize

The prize winner will receive the funds to realise and present a major solo showcase at Soho Beach House Miami during Art Basel Miami Beach 2020. ...

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Radical Black Resistance

In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, a new show explores the impact of Angela Davis' visit to East Germany in 1972. ...

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Sadiq Khan to Review “The Diversity of London’s Public Landmarks”

Statues of slavers could be pulled down under the mayor’s new diversity plan, which will include historians as well as arts, council and community leaders. ...

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Ai Weiwei Creates 10,000 Masks in Aid of Coronavirus Charities

Humanitarian groups will receive income from the artist-activist's artful masks, some of which bear a defiant middle finger....

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Acclaimed American Artist Dale Chihuly Returns to London

Sims Reed Gallery present an exhibition of fine art prints and original works on paper by the internationally renowned American artist Dale Chihuly....

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Climate Activists Bring Trojan Horse to British Museum in BP Protest

Activists from the theatrical protest group BP or not BP? dressed as warriors to protest against corporate sponsorship deal with oil firm....

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Keys and Red Herrings

Nigel Grimmer: this is not what you're looking for. An interview with the mercurial. ...

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When It Disappears, the Energy Is Left

This meticulous first monograph on Adrián Villar Rojas notes an artist who has created some of the most memorable, unusual pieces in the past two decades....

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Making Light Work

Testifying the night through vision, relief and recognition. Exhibition review of "Luce: Jemma Appleby and Liz West" ...

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