Search Results for "BRUCE MCLEAN"

2 May 2019

Bruce McLean Plus Three Other London Shows – Edward Lucie Smith

In a trough after its immediately pre-Easter excitements – Rembrandt at Gagosian, Sean Scully at the NG – the London art world looks faintly...

20 October 2018

Bruce McLean Exhibition Announced For School Gallery Wandsworth

A new exhibition by Bruce McLean 'MINIMAL INVISIBLE MISSING' is opening at School Gallery.

14 November 2016

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Bruce McLean: The Turner Prize Nominated British Artist Exhibits New Work

New work by the Turner Prize nominated British action sculptor, painter and ceramicist, Bruce McLean has been announced by London's Bernard Jacobson Gallery.

1 August 2016

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Bruce McLean’s Powerful, Fluid and Painterly Ceramics Exhibition

The New Art Centre is presenting an exhibition of ceramics by the Scottish artist Bruce McLean. The show is comprised of one hundred plates,...

22 October 2015

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Artlyst Podcast: Bruce McLean In Conversation At The ICA Studio

In the 42nd week of Fig-2 at the ICA Studio, Artlyst visited the latest exhibition by Scottish artist Bruce McLean, currently inhabiting the premises,...

24 April 2015

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Scottish Artist Bruce McLean’s New Stage Designs Unveiled

The Print Room at the Coronet in London will present the world premiere of As Good A Time As Any, a new play written and...

15 February 2014

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Bruce McLean A Major New Exhibition Opens At The Leeds Art Gallery

A significant new exhibition featuring the work of sculptor Bruce McLean has opened at the Leeds Art Gallery. The show draws on work made...

7 February 2020

Margate – Art In Ex Toilets And Family Homes – James Payne

With smaller Galleries being squeezed out of the market more and more, it makes sense to look towards ad hoc spaces. Inventive curators are...

18 March 2019

Cross Lane Projects Kendal Launches Two International Exhibitions

Cross Lane Projects in Kendal opens two exhibitions this week with a consciously international list of artists in the run-up to Brexit*.

14 July 2018

John Moores Painting Prize 2018 Jacqui Hallum Wins Top Prize

The winner of the John Moores Painting Prize 2018 was announced on Thursday 12 July in Liverpool. The artist, Jacqui Hallum with her painting...

25 April 2018

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Long-list Announced: John Moores 60th Anniversary Painting Prize 2018

The Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool has announced the 60 artists whose paintings will feature in the John Moores Painting Prize 2018 exhibition, marking...

10 September 2017

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John Moores Painting Prize Jury Announced For 2018 Competition

The Walker Art Gallery has announced the names of the jury members who will judge the John Moores Art Prize competition in 2018, ahead...

10 July 2017

Art Car Boot Fair Moves To Vauxhall For Most Successful Event Ever

The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair is something to celebrate. Each year a number of A-list artists join emerging unknowns to offer their work...

27 June 2017

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Original Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair Announces 2017 Stellar Line-Up

The Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair has moved to Vauxhall for the latest edition of this annual London art extravaganza.

17 June 2016

The Slade School Of Art Postgraduate Degree Show 2016: The Highlights

Artlyst has attended The Slade School Of Art MA MFA PhD Degree Show 2016 to investigate the fresh and exciting new talent that the...

4 May 2016

Barry Flanagan: The Absurdist Subversion Of Form At Waddington Custot Galleries

Waddington Custot Galleries is currently presenting the maverick Clement Greenberg-chewing Barry Flanagan in ‘Animal, Vegetable, Mineral’. The show is a survey of Flanagan’s works...

19 December 2015

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Tate Explores Conceptual Art in 1960s and 1970s Britain

Conceptual Art in Britain 1964 -1979 will show how artists working in Britain transformed the nature of art. This exhibition will trace the course of...

14 December 2015

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Fiona Banner: Every Word Unmade To Feature At DRAF London

Study #13 looks in depth at the work Every Word Unmade: a series of 26 metre-high neon letters, together comprising an upper-case alphabet, hand...

20 November 2015

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Fig-2 The Ground-breaking Exhibition Programme Goes Crowdfunding

fig-2, the ambitious exhibition programme curated by Fatos Ustek, which is presenting 50 exhibitions in 50 weeks at the ICA Studio in London, is launching a...

2 November 2014

Art Exhibitions Not To Miss In November 2014 By Paul Carey Kent

London UK – So many new international galleries seem to be opening in Mayfair that one might get blasé…   but Marian Goodman’s is heroically...

10 March 2014

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Sam Belinfante Wins Hayward Touring Curatorial Open 2014

The artist Sam Belinfante has been selected for the Hayward Touring curatorial open 2014.  The Open winner was chosen from a submission of more...

27 January 2014

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Frank Auerbach and Leon Kossoff Feature In New De la Warr Pavilion Exhibition

I Cheer a Dead Man’s Sweetheart is both a celebration and an exploration of painting in Britain today, presenting the recent work of twenty-one...

21 January 2014

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Art14 London Presents An Innovative Programme Of International Artists’ Performances

Art14 London, has announced thier Art14 Performances line-up for this year’s fair. It is a continuing platform for performance, curated by Amanprit Sandhu. This...

21 October 2013

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Art Basel Miami Announces 2013 Film Program

From December 4 to December 8, 2013, Art Basel presents a premier program of films by and about artists, selected by David Gryn, Director...

10 October 2012

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Central Saint Martins Auction To Support New Sculpture Fund

A live auction to benefit the Frank Martin Sculpture Fellowship Fund is to be held at Central Saint Martins. The sale will give the...

18 September 2012

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David Roberts Art Foundation Set To Open In Camden

The David Roberts Art Foundation an independent, non-profit foundation and a registered charity founded in 2007 is about to open a new gallery in...

24 December 2011

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Scottish National Gallery Presents Major Sculpture Survey

including works from Auguste Rodin and Edgar Degas through to Ron Mueck and 2011 Turner Prize winner, Martin Boyce A major new exhibition, which...

1 December 2011

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The London Galleries In December With Paul Carey-Kent

HOW LONG IS YOUR PROJECT? London is painting central at the moment (Leonardo, Degas, Richter, Sasnal, Condo, Saatchi’s Germans, Dulwich’s Canadians…) but that’s not my...

6 October 2011

Barry Flanagan Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man

Review – This autumn, the Tate pays tribute to one of Britain’s art pioneers – Barry Flanagan (1941-2009). Achieving international renown for his bonze...

27 April 2011

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Anthony Caro’s Rooftop Occupation Of NYC’s Met

London Artist, Anthony Caro who was born in 1924 and is considered one of the most influential British sculptors of his generation, will be...