Search Results for "George Shaw"

29 March 2016

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George Shaw My Back to Nature

George Shaw unveils the culmination of his two-year studio residency at the National Gallery A former Turner Prize-nominee, Shaw is renowned for his highly detailed...

29 March 2016

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George Shaw National Gallery’s Rootstein Hopkins Associate Artist Unveils Exhibition

For the past two-and-a-half years, George Shaw has been the National Gallery’s Rootstein Hopkins Associate Artist. Armed with a sketchbook, the teenage Shaw made regular day trips from his...

26 May 2015

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George Shaw: The Last Days of Belief

George Shaw began making the paintings of the landscape of his childhood in the mid 1990s. What is often mistaken for a nostalgic or...

9 December 2011

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Graham Sutherland: An Unfinished World (curated by George Shaw)

Curated by George Shaw This winter, Modern Art Oxford presents a collection of works on paper by British artist, Graham Sutherland. Curated by 2011 Turner...

14 November 2011

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Turner Prize Nominee George Shaw Comes Home

Herbert Art Gallery Coventry offers the Chance to win an original Shaw Turner Prize Nominee George Shaw is exhibiting his paintings for the first...

25 October 2011

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George Shaw In Focus

  A closer look at Turner Prize 2011 nominee George Shaw   George Shaw is a painter of nostalgia; his subject matter is drawn...

26 April 2011

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George Shaw – The Sly and Unseen Day

Turner Prize 2011 nominee George Shaw brings together 25 paintings made over the past 15 years charting the urban landscape of his childhood home...

29 June 2021

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Stolen Picasso and Mondrian Paintings Recovered – George Osborne Appointed Chair British Museum – Phyllida Barlow To Unveil New Work At Highgate Cemetery

Stolen Picasso and Mondrian Paintings Recovered - George Osborne Appointed Chair British Museum - Phyllida Barlow Highgate Cemetery Sculpture

29 May 2018

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Collishaw, Rego and Wylie Shortlisted For 2018 Southbank Award

The South Bank Sky Arts Award (originally The South Bank Show Award) has announced the three shortlisted visual artists for the 2018 award. 

23 April 2017

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Alistair Burtenshaw Appointed New Director of The Watts Gallery Trust

The Watts Gallery Trust has announced that Alistair Burtenshaw has been appointed as the new Director of Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village

17 January 2017

Maria Balshaw ‘Tremendously Excited’ To Be Confirmed As New Tate Director

Maria Balshaw has been confirmed as the new Director of Tate. She is currently Director of the Whitworth (University of Manchester) and Manchester City...

4 March 2015

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Peter Pan Sculpture by Sir George Frampton To Be Sold At Bonhams

A reduction bronze statuette of Peter Pan, “The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up”, is to be sold on 11 March at Bonhams New Bond...

24 January 2013

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Raqib Shaw: Major Exhibition To Open At The Manchester Art Gallery

The Manchester Art Gallery will present Raqib Shaw’s largest solo exhibition to date from February. This major exhibition will feature 28 recent (and many...

7 January 2013

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Mat Collishaw Returns To Oil Painting In New London Exhibition

Mat Collishaw makes a return to oil painting, in a new London exhibition, for his second solo exhibition at Blain|Southern. THIS IS NOT AN...

28 May 2020

London’s Hayward Gallery Set To Reopen 1st August

The Southbank Centre including the Hayward Gallery may close until April 2021. This is as a result of the economic impact of COVID-19.

10 March 2019

Curating Spiritual Sensibilities In Changing Times – Revd Jonathan Evens

Back in 1977, in the catalogue for ‘Perceptions of the Spirit in 20th-Century American Art’, theologian John Dillenberger argued that Los Angeles County Museum...

23 November 2017

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Bloomberg New Contemporaries Leaves ICA Home For Block 336 In Brixton

Bloomberg New Contemporaries is to leave its home at the ICA London for Block 336 in Brixton.

2 October 2017

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 launches in Gateshead

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 launches in Gateshead showcasing new and recent fine art graduates

7 September 2017

Out Of London Exhibitions Artlyst Picks 10 Of The Best Autumn 2017

Autumn sees the launch of a number of exciting exhibitions around the country, confirming that you don't have to visit the capital to see...

22 December 2016

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Artbytch 2016: Death, Fake News And A Few Bloody Good Exhibitions

Artbytch looks back on a depressing year with great exhibitions.

13 May 2016

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Turner Prize 2016 The Artbytch Verdict Is Out And WTF

This week Artbytch looks at the announcement of the shortlisted Turner Prize nominees for 2016.

5 September 2015

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Japanese Artist Kohei Nawa To Open At Pace Gallery London

Pace London presents an exhibition of work by the Japanese artist Kohei Nawa. The exhibition will be staged at Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens...

1 September 2015

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Kohei Nawa – FORCE

Pace London is pleased to present an exhibition of work by the Japanese artist Kohei Nawa. The exhibition will be staged at Pace London,...

13 July 2015

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Reality – Modern and contemporary British painting

This vibrant exhibition brings together over 50 works celebrating the strength of British painting, with some of the best and most influential artists of...

13 July 2015

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Bacon, Freud And Hockney New Exhibition Opens At Walker Art Gallery

Reality: Modern and Contemporary British Painting is a new exhibition curated by artist Chris Stevens and organised by the Sainsbury Centre, the exhibition brings...

16 February 2015

@PaintBritain Explores The bold Ideological Mission Representing 21st Century Painting

This exhibition has a bold ideological mission to represent 21st century painting as a distinct, vibrant discourse. Painting – despite its much heralded and...

11 May 2014

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Crisis Commission 2014

Major new works by leading contemporary artists including Martin Creed, Mark Wallinger, Gavin Turk, George Shaw, Bill Woodrow and Richard Long are to be...

7 May 2014

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Home For Crisis Commission 2014

Taking part in the Crisis Commission are: Alastair Mackie, Ann Christopher, Ben Hendy, Bill Woodrow, Billy Childish, Chloe Le Tissier, Elaine Brown, Gavin Turk,...

7 May 2014

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Home For Crisis Commission

Taking part in the Crisis Commission are: Alastair Mackie, Ann Christopher, Ben Hendy, Bill Woodrow, Billy Childish, Chloe Le Tissier, Elaine Brown, Gavin Turk,...

4 April 2014

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The Crisis Commission 2014

Major new works by leading contemporary artists including Martin Creed, Mark Wallinger, Gavin Turk, George Shaw, Bill Woodrow and Richard Long are to be...

31 August 2013

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Flash 500 – readings

Thirty-two artists have been commissioned to write exactly 500 words without any other restriction on content or form. Language and text-as-image is a rich...

15 November 2012

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Royal College of Art Marks 175 Years Of Excellence

The Royal College of Art has been an institution of excellence since 1837. In the beginning the Government School of Design opened in Somerset...