Search Results for "Susan Philipsz"

8 January 2016

Paul Black Reviews Abraham Cruzvillegas And Susan Philipsz’ Tate Installations

Artlyst has taken the Tate Boat, braving the Thames on a rainy January day to visit both Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall and Tate Britain’s...

23 December 2015

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Susan Philipsz Explores Composer Banned By Nazis Then Blacklisted By Hollywood

A large-scale multimedia installation by the Turner Prize winning artist Susan Philipsz will be on show at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in...

20 November 2015

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Susan Philipsz: War Damaged Musical Instruments

This 14-part recording by Turner Prize-winner Susan Phillipsz features damaged British and German instruments playing isolated tones from the military bugle call ‘The Last...

20 November 2015

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Susan Philipsz Unveils War Damaged Musical Instruments To Mark WW1 Centenary

Turner Prize wining sound artist Susan Philipsz (b.1965) has unveiled one of her most ambitious works to date, specially commissioned by 14-18 NOW, to...

2 February 2014

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Turner Prize Winner Susan Philipsz Unveils Her Latest Sound Installation In Berlin

The Turner Prize winning Scottish artist Susan Philipsz is exhibiting one of her highly regarded sound works at the historic hall of the Hamburger...

9 August 2012

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Susan Philipsz National Anthem Homage To Olympic Humdrum

Turner prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz has taken to humming the National anthems of Russia, Grenada, Ethiopia, Bahrain, United States, Nigeria and Great Britain. In...

1 March 2011

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Susan Philipsz New Chicago Installation

Susan Philipsz who recently won the 2010 Turner Prize, is installing one of her sublime sound installations in Chicago. “We Shall Be All” has...

6 December 2010

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Susan Philipsz Wins Turner Prize 2010

The 2010 Turner Prize outcome reflects the necessity to select more women candidates for this coveted award. This year, two and a half of...

5 October 2010

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Susan Philipsz: SURROUND ME

“Things… made truly Musicall with Art by my correction, and yet plaine, and capable with ease, by my direction.” Composer Thomas Ravenscroft, from Deutoromelia,...

23 July 2020

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Art Fund Announces £200,000 Museum of the Year Super Prize

On the eve of the re-opening of museums around the UK, from nationals Tate and the V&A to Turner Contemporary and Yorkshire Sculpture Park,...

8 May 2018

Britain’s Leading Artists Protest Against The Decline Of Art In Schools

Over 100 artists, including Tracey Emin, Jeremy Deller, Antony Gormley, Lubaina Himid, Anish Kapoor, Grayson Perry, Sam Taylor Johnson, Mark Wallinger and Rachel Whiteread,...

3 May 2018

A-List Artists Create Fund To Help Artangel Continue Promoting The Extraordinary

A new fund has been created will allow the celebrated arts commissioning agency Artangel to continue to produce extraordinary works by artists in unexpected...

26 April 2018

Tate Announces 2018 Turner Prize Shortlist Online – But Was It An Accident?

London: Tate Britain has announced the 2018 shortlist for the Turner Prize on their website, this evening 25 April. 

Why Visual Artists Make The Best Musicians – Glasgow Report – Clare Henry

On one of the coldest days this year I climbed down many steps into the deep railway cut that is Glasgow's Queens Park Station....

7 December 2015

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Art Basel Miami Sales Report 2015 The Winners And The Losers

It has been another fabulous year for Art Basel Miami Beach with strong sales and a record number of visitors to the Miami Convention Centre...

19 October 2015

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Arnolfini Announces Artangel’s Rob Bowman As New Director of Programme

Arnolfini in Bristol has announced the appointment of Rob Bowman as Director of Programme. Rob is currently Head of Programmes and Production at Artangel, and takes...

2 October 2015

Turner Prize Sacrifices Visual Punch For Conceptual Filler In Glasgow

What do chorale singers, a craftsman’s showroom, a posh cafe with fur coats thrown over chairs and a library reading room have in common?...

29 September 2015

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Turner Prize Launches 2015 Exhibition At Tramway Gallery In Glasgow

The Turner Prize 2015 launches in Glasgow tomorrow and Artlyst will be there to report first hand on the upside and downside of this...

23 July 2015

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Artlyst EXCLUSIVE: LISTEN To Gabriel Yared’s Sound Installation For Paul Cézanne’s Bathers

Artlyst attended the National Gallery to experience its latest exhibition: Soundscapes. The Gallery has commissioned leading contemporary sound artists and musicians Nico Muhly, Susan...

10 July 2015

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Contemporary Sound Artists Respond To Six Paintings From The National Gallery

This summer, the National Gallery offers visitors a unique opportunity to experience some of the highlights of the collection in a very different way,...

1 December 2014

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Turner Prize Winner 2014 Announced Tonight At Tate Britain By Chiwetel Ejiofor

This year’s Turner Prize competition will be announced at Tate Britain following the Channel 4 News from 7:45pm this evening. The nominees this year...

4 October 2014

Turner Prize 2014: Beyond The Valley Of Tabloid Titillation

Clenching anuses, mass-produced rainbows of wallpaper, pretentious postcolonial posturings, and the ramblings of a nervous madman are what fill the tabloid-titillating Turner Prize in...

29 September 2014

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Turner Prize Exhibition Special Preview Highlights The Best Of British Art

The Turner Prize exhibition which was founded in 1984, now in its 30th year, opens on 30th September and Artlyst was there today to...

15 August 2014

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Broken Ensemble: War Damaged Musical Instruments (brass section)

New installation by Susan Philipsz, 2010 Turner Prize winner. The Berlin based artist creates an acoustic environment related to the particularities of Eastside Projects’...

8 August 2014

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Scottish Independence: Anish Kapoor, Tracey Emin and Gavin Turk Vote No

Is Nationalism a cultural black hole? This is a question raised time and time again when arguing that Scotland should sever ties with the...

28 April 2014

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Turner Prize 2014 Shortlist To Be Announced 7 May At Tate Britain

Tate Britain will announce the 2014 Turner Prize shortlist on Wednesday 7 May.  The Turner Prize began in 1984, established by Tate Gallery’s Patrons...

23 March 2014

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Lights On: Martin Creed Unveils New Composition Inspired By J.S. Bach’s Organ works

Martin Creed is a very busy man this spring. With his highly acclaimed, thought-provoking survey of art currently at the Hayward Gallery, the 2001...

31 December 2013

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Antony Gormley Angel Of The North Sculptor Receives Knighthood

Arise Sir Antony Gormley! The Turner Prize winning Angel of the North sculptor has been awarded a Knighthood for services to the Arts, in...

2 December 2013

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Turner Prize Winner Announced In Derry UK City Of Culture

Laure Prouvost has just been announced as the winner of  2013 £25,000 Turner Prize at an awards ceremony in Derry by actress Saoirse Ronan. The...

28 October 2013

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Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead Trilogy To Be Screened In Independent Cinemas

ARTANGEL have announced two weeks of screenings of Mike Kelley’s Mobile Homestead trilogy in independent cinemas across London this November. The screenings coincide with...

21 August 2013

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Daniel Silver’s Artangel Commission Inspired By Freud’s Sculpture collection

An abandoned, overgrown landscape in central London is the site for a new Artangel commission by sculptor Daniel Silver. Evidence from some kind of...

18 April 2013

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Turner Prize Shortlist Announced Thursday 25 April 2013

The Shortlist Nominees for the 2013 Turner Prize have been announced at Tate Britain as at 08:45 25 April. The nominees are: Laure Prouvost,...