14 April 2017

Mark Wallinger Unveils Ecce Homo On St Paul’s Steps For Easter

Mark Wallinger the Turner Prize winning artist, has loaned ‘Ecce Homo’ the sculpture which first appeared on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square in 1999 to St Paul’s Cathedral. The work of art has been installed at the top of the west steps of the Cathedral.

20 December 2016

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The Best Exhibitions Of 2016 – Chosen By Paul Black

Paul Black chooses his best exhibitions of 2016 and delves deeper than the blockbusters and often further afield from London.

29 July 2016

Mark Wallinger: Recumbent Analysand Reflected In Mirrors Freud Museum London

A new installation by the Turner Prize winning artist Mark Wallinger, curated by Natasha Hoare, opened last night at the Freud Museum in London. It explores self reflection and consists of three key works. The most spectacular is the installation of a mirrored ceiling in the room used by the father of Psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, as his office. ‘Study […]

17 March 2016

Paul Black Reviews: Mark Wallinger’s ID At Hauser & Wirth

Paul Black has visited Hauser & Wirth London, currently presenting Mark Wallinger’s debut solo exhibition with the gallery. The artist’s latest offering is spread across both Savile Row spaces, hosting a presentation of new paintings and multi-media works. Wallinger utilises Sigmund Freud’s terms, id, ego and superego in an interrogation of the psyche, the self, […]

18 December 2015

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Mark Wallinger Pairs With Van Dyck In Dulwich Picture Gallery Display

The Dulwich Picture Gallery starts a new year of discoveries centred around its Dutch and Flemish Collection with I Am Van Dyck (12 January – 24 April 2016) , a special display to coincide with the loan of the National Portrait Gallery’s major recent acquisition of Van Dyck’s last self-portrait. The painting will be juxtaposed with two works by renowned British […]

20 August 2014

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Mark Wallinger And Zandra Rhodes Present Made in Bermondsey Exhibition

A unique arts hub in South East London, Bermondsey Project set up five years ago by the homelessness charity Crisis in partnership with studio and arts education provider Bow Arts is to mark its closing to make way for a housing development a launch party, FIN, will be held on 12 September. FIN will see the […]

13 July 2014

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The Line Announces Sculptors Participating In 2014 Inaugural Exhibition

The Line has announced a world-class sculpture walk in London. Artists, galleries and collections have been invited to propose work for consideration by an independent selection panel. The Line, who earlier this year raised £140,000 in crowd funding, presents existing works of art, many of which are currently hidden from public view. The launch of […]

25 October 2013

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Mark Wallinger To Present £60,000 Contemporary Art Society Annual Award

The Contemporary Art Society has announced artist Mark Wallinger is to present this year’s Contemporary Art Society Annual Award. Now in its fifth year, the prestigious £60,000 prize is one of highest value contemporary art awards in the country, and is awarded to a UK museum to commission an artist of their choice to create […]

6 March 2013

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Mark Wallinger Unveils Maquette For Ebbsfleet Mega Horse Sculpture

Mark Wallinger, the Turner Prize winning artist (2007) has unveiled the Maquette for a mega-sculpture of a horse, on the Mall today. The statue will stand alongside the A2 and be visible from Eurostar trains entering and leaving the country. The project team will now concentrate on finishing the fundraising that will be necessary to […]

7 February 2013

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Mark Wallinger Spearheads London Underground’s Largest Art Commission

Mark Wallinger has been chosen as the artist to spearhead the largest ever commission for London Underground. 270 permanent art works are to be displayed at Tube stations around London. The first ten artworks to go on display from 7 February ,are by the 53 year old artist who was teaching at Goldsmiths when Damien […]

5 August 2012

Titian Given Contemporary Makeover In New National Gallery Exhibition

The most common way of seeing a Titian is as follows: you walk into a prestigious and/or 19th Century building, follow the signs to Venice, take a deep breath, and walk into a huge room full of Venetian oil paintings of various thicknesses. The most common way of seeing Titian is amidst other Titians, which, […]

15 July 2012

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Mark Wallinger A Voyeuristic Invitation Through The Keyhole

The National Gallery is filled with nudes.  Some are covered with drapery strategically blown by the wind, others are fully exposed, but nudity has been a feature of art since the beginning.  What, then, is the difference between viewing as a casual observer and viewing as a voyeur?  As part of the homage to Titian, […]

7 July 2012

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Mark Wallinger and Lindsay Seers Turner Contemporary Film Commissions

New site-specific film commissions by internationally acclaimed artists Mark Wallinger and Lindsay Seers will be on show at Turner Contemporary from 7 July- 5 August 2012. The films respond to Margate and use footage filmed in locations around the town. Wallinger connects Margate’s unique geographical position to literary history, while Seers reflects saucy seaside entertainments […]

22 June 2012

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Major Mark Wallinger Exhibition Opens At Baltic

From today ( 22 June) the  BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art presents a major exhibition by celebrated British artist Mark Wallinger. Nominated twice for the Turner Prize, once in 1995 and again in 2007 when he won, Wallinger is one of the best known figures in the British art world. In 1999 his Ecce Homo […]

23 November 2011

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Turner Prize And Olivier Award Winner Team Up For Super Ballet

Mark Wallinger and Wayne McGregor UNDANCE Sadler’s Wells The world premiere of Olivier Award choreographer Wayne McGregor and the Turner Prize winning artist Mark Wallinger’s new ballet, UNDANCE opens at Sadler’s Wells 1-3 December. McGregor was described by the NY Times as “one of the most celebrated and sought-after choreographers of his generation”. The Ballet […]

19 June 2011

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Turner Prize Inspiration Brian Haw Dies

Mark Wallinger immortalised Haw In His Turner Prize winning Exhibition In 2007 Brian Haw the peace campaigner who help set up the peace camp in Parliament Square has died of cancer age 62. in 2007 Haw won a Channel 4 News award for “The Most Inspiring Political Figure” of the year. His protest became a […]

24 May 2011

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Mark Wallinger Designs New Ballet For Sadler’s Wells

Mark Wallinger The 2007 Turner Prize winner is collaborating with internationally acclaimed composer Mark-Anthony Turnage, Olivier Award-winning choreographer Wayne McGregor (Random Dance), lighting designer Lucy Carter, and costumer Moritz Junge to create a brand new choreographic work. The piece will be performed in a visual world created by Wallinger and marks the first new work in Sadler’s Wells Composer Series. Turnage’s new score […]

21 April 2011

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Turner Prize Artists Team with Royal Ballet For Olympiad Event

Metamorphosis: Titian 2012 is set to pair Turner Prize artists with Royal Ballet choreographers for National Gallery ROH collaboration for the Cultural Olympiad. In a celebration of British creativity, this unique collaboration between The Royal Ballet and the National Gallery is part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad and the London 2012 Festival and opens […]