10 February 2016

Paul Black Reviews: KALEIDOSCOPE The Indivisible Present At Modern Art Oxford

Artlyst has attended the latest exhibition at Modern Art Oxford, The Indivisible Present, the first exhibition in KALEIDOSCOPE, a yearlong programme of unfolding exhibitions at the gallery in 2016 to celebrate Modern Art Oxford’s 50th anniversary. All the works on display will explore temporality in art as a celebration of the longevity of the gallery, […]

8 February 2016

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Artlyst Podcast: Director Paul Hobson Introduces Modern Art Oxford’s 50th Anniversary Celebration

Artlyst has attended ‘The Indivisible Present’, the first exhibition in KALEIDOSCOPE, a year long programme of unfolding exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford to celebrate the gallery’s 50th anniversary. This will include prescient iconic works from the past exhibitions at the gallery alongside new commissions by acclaimed contemporary artists. Image: Douglas Gordon, 24 Hour Psycho (1993), […]

17 December 2015

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Modern Art Oxford To Celebrate 50th Birthday With Pierre Huyghe And Yoko Ono

The Indivisible Present is the first exhibition in KALEIDOSCOPE, a year long programme of unfolding exhibitions at Modern Art Oxford in 2016. During the year, iconic works from the past return to the gallery alongside new commissions by acclaimed artists of the current generation. In the opening exhibition, what we see and the things we […]

18 February 2015

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Pierre Huyghe Awarded Kurt Schwitters Prize For 2015

After narrowly missing out on the 2014 Vincent Award at the Gemeentemuseum, in The Hague, the 52-year-old French artist, known for creating “living art” installations, was awarded The Kurt Schwitter’s Prize for his “contemporary reinterpretation of the artist’s principles of collage and the poetry of everyday life, the jury has announced. Huyghe will be granted […]

19 January 2015

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Pierre Huyghe To Go On Swiss Alpine Expedition

It seems that French artist Pierre Huyghe is rather busy at the moment. After creating a beguiling environment at Documenta 13, and a retrospective first at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, narrowly missing out to Albainian/French artist Anri Sala, as runner up, at the 2014 Vincent Award at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague; the next […]

17 January 2015

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Pierre Huyghe For Metropolitan Museum Of Art’s Next Rooftop Installation

After creating a beguiling environment at Documenta 13, and a retrospective first at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, not to mention narrowly missing out to Albainian/French artist Anri Sala, as runner up, in Artlyst’s opinion, at the 2014 Vincent Award at the Gemeentemuseum in The Hague; now the French conceptual artist Pierre Huyghe has been […]

21 November 2014

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Anri Sala Is The Winner Of The Vincent Award 2014

Albainian/French artist Anri Sala has been revealed as the winner of the 2014 Vincent Award by the Gemeentemuseum, at a ceremony in The Hague. The artist accepted his award via video feed in front of a live audience. Sala lives and works in Berlin. He studied art at the national art academy in Tirana and […]

19 November 2014

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The Art World Gears Up For 2014 The Vincent Award

The Gemeentemuseum The Hague presents work by the five artists shortlisted for the Vincent Award in an exhibition entitled The Vincent Award 2014. The purpose of the award is ‘to spur on a mid-career artist whose work is appreciably influencing the development of contemporary art in Europe’. A jury for the award has short-listed five […]