23 June 2016

FOUND: Cornelia Parker Curates Royal Academicians At The Foundling Museum

Artlyst has attended the Foundling Museum, London, currently presenting the exhibition ‘FOUND’ curated by Foundling Fellow and Royal Academician Cornelia Parker. The artist was invited to curate an exhibition of over sixty outstanding artists with a varying range of practices to respond to the theme of ‘found’, reflecting on the Museum’s heritage and collection. The […]

25 April 2016

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Brian Eno Lightbox Works Explore Light And Time Manipulation

The British artist, musician and composer Brian Eno has annnounced a new exhibition of lightbox works (Brian Eno: Light Music, Paul Stolper, London, 29 April – 28 May) The exhibition explores the themes that inform and inspire Eno’s particular vision of light and time manipulation. The new exhibition comprises an installation of six light pieces which seamlessly phase through an […]

23 December 2011

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Prince Charles Gets Support From Top British Artists

Tracey Emin, Brian Eno, Gavin Turk, and Brian Ferry Get Behind Face Britain One of the  largest online collaborative art project ever conceived, is underway in the UK with over a thousand self portraits uploaded in the past week. It is part of The Prince’s Foundation for Children & The Arts sponsored by His Royal […]

10 January 2011

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Brian Eno Exhibits 77 Million Paintings in Canada

Brian Eno,the musician/producer, who developed the genre known as ambient music, presents his work 77 Million Paintings, in Calgary Canada. The  installation consists of a very slowly evolving, self-generative, sound- and image-scape. The work premiered in Tokyo in 2006, and debuted in Brighton at the 2010 festival in Britain. Eno calls the piece “visual music”. […]