The French/British artist Laure Prouvost has been commissioned by Art on the Underground to create a major new artwork. This ambitious city-wide series of posters will take-over advertising sites across all 270 London Underground stations will be her first UK public commission.
22 May 2018
Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost has been chosen to represent France at the 58th International Art Biennial Venice which will take place from May 11 to November 24, 2019.
Burrow Me is Laure Prouvost’s first solo presentation in the Nordic-Baltic region. In her work, Prouvost constructs immersive environments in which sculptures, videos and installations become central ploys in the re-enactment of unlikely scenarios, of spatial and temporal impossibility and absurdity. In her videos, Prouvost employs tropes both derived from and challenging the distinct filmic languages of […]
Laure Prouvost who won the distinguished Turner Prize this year is set to showcase her award winning work ‘Wantee’ in the Cumbrian village, where it was devised and executed. Prouvost spent a period of months in Coniston, involving local artists and the Coniston Youth Club who helped to build the set for the film. The […]
The first US solo museum presentation of the work of the Turner Prize nominated British artist Laure Prouvost (b. 1978) will. Prouvost will present a new, immersive multi-channel video installation for the Lobby Gallery. In her films and installations, Prouvost unhinges commonplace and expected connections between language, image, and perception. In works such as Wantee […]
Laure Prouvost’s short films and installations unhinge the connection between language and understanding, opening out new horizons of meaning. From 20 March – 7 April 2013 the Gallery presents new work created by the artist following a six-month artist-residency in Italy awarded as part of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women. Prouvost’s new work […]
Laure Prouvost secures the 10k Prize and residency in Italy Laure Prouvost has won the Max Mara Art Prize for Women, organised in conjunction with the Whitechapel Gallery and the fashion brand Max Mara. The French artist who lives in London was chosen for the fourth iternation of this prestigious award, by a juding panel […]