13 March 2015

Leon Golub: Bite Your Tongue – Serpentine Gallery – Live The American Nightmare

Serpentine Galleries presents Leon Golub: ‘Bite Your Tongue’, a survey exhibition of the American figurative painter, his first in London since 2000, highlights key aspects of the artist’s oeuvre from the 1950s until his death in 2004. This exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery is part of the Serpentine’s Spring Programme, which includes an exhibition by […]

4 March 2015

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Leon Golub Opens At The Serpentine Gallery

Serpentine Galleries present the exhibition Leon Golub: ‘Bite Your Tongue’. This survey exhibition of the American figurative painter, his first in a London public institution since 2000, highlights key aspects of the artist’s oeuvre from the 1950s until his death in 2004. Throughout his career Golub was guided by his belief that art should have […]

12 December 2014

Julio Le Parc, Serpentine Sackler Gallery – Fun Of The Fair

The Serpentine Galleries present two exhibitions this winter, with Reiner Ruthenbeck at the Serpentine Gallery, and Julio Le Parc at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery – Argentinian-born artist Julio Le Parc is known for creating works that transform space through light. The artist’s work often involves installations and interactive works featuring the Le Parc trademark of […]

12 December 2014

Reiner Ruthenbeck, The Serpentine Gallery – Sculpture Trimmed Of Beuysian Fat

The Serpentine Galleries present two exhibitions this winter, with Julio Le Parc at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery – and an exhibition of the sculpture and installation of Reiner Ruthenbeck. This is the first major survey in the UK of German sculptor and conceptual artist Ruthenbeck at the older Serpentine Gallery; the artist manipulates the geometry […]

30 December 2013

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Serpentine Directors Julia Peyton-Jones And Hans-Ulrich Obrist Awarded Massive Salary Increase

The Serpentine Gallery has come under fire from the Independent newspaper as well as the satirical Jackdaw blog for allegedly authorising a 45% salary increase for its gallery co-directors, Julia Peyton-Jones and Hans-Ulrich Obrist. Sources have claimed, over the holiday period, that £140,000 is now being paid to Peyton- Jones, a figure that exceeds Nicholas […]

9 April 2012

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Ai Weiwei Big Brother Webcam Closed By Chinese Government

Ai Weiwei project censored by authorities in crackdown Less than 48 hours after Ai Weiwei announced the launch of a ‘Big Brother’ live feed from his home,the cameras have been shut down. Mr Ai placed four cameras in key rooms, replicating the surveillance he endoured while in detention, by the Chinese authorities. The ordeal lasted […]