4 July 2017

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Daniel Buren Tottenham Court Road Tube Station Art Officially Unveiled

The first permanent public commission in the UK by the internationally acclaimed French artist, Daniel Buren, was officially inaugurated, this week utilising Tottenham Court Road Tube station as a backdrop to Buren’s signature geometric patterns and stripes. This replaces the controversial removal of the mosaic murals by the Modern British artist Eduardo Paolozzi.

13 June 2016

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Photo Feature: Mystics And Rationalists At Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford is currently marking 50 years as an internationally acclaimed powerhouse of contemporary visual culture. Celebrating the role art plays in shaping our perception of the world, KALEIDOSCOPE offers a shifting prism on an illustrious history founded upon the vision of artists. Iconic works from the past return to the gallery from across […]

7 June 2016

Dorothy Cross: Mystics, Rationalists, And Temporal Ponderings At Modern Art Oxford

Modern Art Oxford is currently presenting works by Cork-born artist Dorothy Cross, as part of KALEIDOSCOPE: Mystics and Rationalists, the Gallery’s year-long programme of unfolding exhibitions to celebrate their 50th anniversary. The show Features Karla Black, Daniel Buren, Ibrahim El-Salahi, Dan Graham, Sol LeWitt, Yoko Ono, Amy Sillman, and Dorothy Cross. Cross works in sculpture, […]

28 November 2014

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Art On The Underground Commissions Tube Map Cover From French Artist Daniel Buren

Art on the Underground has commissioned French artist Daniel Buren to create a new artwork for the 21st edition of the Tube map cover series. Each Tube map cover offers a unique artwork to customers travelling by Tube. This small-scale, yet monumental commission now in its 10th year, places the best international art into the […]

20 March 2013

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SOL LEWITT’S LINES OF THOUGHT

Lines  – A Brief History or Une brève histoire des lignes Lines are evolving at the Centre Pompidou Metz: lines of thought by artists on lines, even climbing walls, or suspended in space. ‘Lines  – A Brief History’ or Une brève histoire des lignes is very well curated by Hélène Guenin, and Christian Briend, as […]

9 May 2012

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Daniel Buren Unveils MONUMENTA At Grand Palais Paris

The unveiling of Daniel Buren’s new site specific work for MONUMENTA 2012. An artistic interaction on an unparalleled scale, MONUMENTA invites an internationally renowned artist each year to transform the Nave of the Grand Palais with a new, site specific work filling the 13,500 m², 35 metre-high space. This year marks the fifth edition of the […]

8 December 2011

Daniel Buren Earns His Stripes At Lisson Gallery

French Conceptual artist Daniel Buren returns to UK to remind us what all the fuss is about Daniel Buren: One Thing To Another brings everything that makes the work so affecting outdoors, indoors; and, in process, transforms the interior rooms of the Lisson gallery into what feels like a series of exterior spaces. His first […]