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3 November 2010

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Kengo Kuma To Design V&A Museum Dundee

The Japanese architectural firm Kengo Kuma & Associates have been chosen to design a new museum in Dundee. The project, sponsored by the V&A,...

1 November 2010

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New Serpentine Gallery Building For 2012

The Serpentine Gallery along with the Royal Parks have agreed to a contract for a new venue in Kensington Gardens. This will work along...

1 November 2010

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RCA SECRET 2010

COLLECT A PIECE OF ART HISTORY FOR JUST £45 It’s November again and this means it’s time for the RCA Secret annual contemporary art...

28 October 2010

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Peckham Space OPEN – Call for Artworks

Peckham Space is pleased to announce its first OPEN exhibition and calls for artworks. This will be a unique exhibition that will showcase artworks...

28 October 2010

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Photo Miami Cancelled For 2010

One of the most popular art shows during Art Basel Miami has been cancelled this year, a month shy of their press preview, on...

27 October 2010

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Is A Warhol ‘Soup Can’ Worth 30-50 Million Dollars?

Bid Here….  In the 48 years since it was executed Big Campbell’s Soup Can with Can Opener (Vegetable) has only had three private owners....

27 October 2010

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Sylvia Sleigh Feminist Artist Dies at 94

Sylvia Sleigh, the British-born artist known for her provocative portraits has died of complications from a stroke at her home in Manhattan,she was 94....

24 October 2010

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Arts Cuts Who Cares? A Call For Creative Solidarity

To all creatives and philanthropists across the UK, to all who value quality of life; free thought, choice and expression.  Now we must stand...

21 October 2010

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BROKEN AND BRILLIANT: HOW CLOSURE ONLY MADE WEIWEI’S SUNFLOWER SEEDS PERFECT

The happiest person in London right now might just be the member of Tate Modern night-shift staff who dares wander alone in Ai Weiwei’s...

21 October 2010

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Save The Hotel Chelsea From Donald Trump

First it was CBGB’S now the Hotel Chelsea, an underground landmark in Manhattan where Dylan Thomas, William S. Burroughs, Bob Dylan, Andy Warhol ,Eugene...

20 October 2010

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Arts Cuts In Osborne’s Spending Review Unveiled

Latest News: George Osborne’s statement this lunchtime was only the tip of the iceberg figure for the (DCMS) Department for Culture Media and Sport’s...

20 October 2010

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Frieze Review – 2010

Art Exhibitions • Events • Galleries By Paul Carey-Kent October NINE NEW TWISTS AT FRIEZE There are two kinds of stand at Art Fairs:...

19 October 2010

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A Response To Proposed Arts Cuts

The state of advanced capitalism which we are in has no ethical limitations. Organisations, and more importantly the top-dogs awarding themselves obscene amounts of...

19 October 2010

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Henry Moore Exhibition Moves to The Art Gallery Of Ontario

An exhibition heralded as “the most important exhibition of Henry Moore’s work for a generation” is coming to the A G O this fall....

19 October 2010

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The Affordable Art Fair London October 2010

It’s late October in London and the frantic Frieze Art fair week has finished. All of the multi-million pound international dealers have left to...

18 October 2010

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Ai Weiwei’s Cloud of Dust

Two days after Ai Weiwei’s installation of sunflower seeds opened, in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern staff took the decision to restrict access...

18 October 2010

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Yto Barrada Deutsche Bank Artist 2011

As part of the Frieze Art Fair in London today, Deutsche Bank will names Yto Barrada as its “Artist of the year” for 2011....

17 October 2010

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Ryan Gander @ Ryan’s Bar

  ArtLyst drops into Ryan’s Bar at the Sunday Fair Ambika P3 for a couple of Peroni beers and the chance to watch Bob...

16 October 2010

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Talent spotting NEW ART LONDON Make May the month to head to the capital and discover up-and-coming Artists

A new generation of women is injecting fresh excitement into the capital with galleries that champion emerging talents. Coming up to its first birthday,...

14 October 2010

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The ArtReview Power 100 Published

1. Larry Gagosian2. Hans Ulrich Obrist3. Iwan Wirth4. David Zwirner5. Glenn D. Lowry6. Bice Curiger7. Sir Nicholas Serota8. Eli Broad9. RoseLee Goldberg10. François Pinault11....

14 October 2010

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Arts Cuts For Quangos Announced

A hit list of hundreds of taxpayer-funded bodies were axed in a “bonfire of the quangos” today. Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude announced the...

13 October 2010

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Tracey Emin In wheelchair Frieze 2010

ArtLyst Exclusive Why is Tracey Emin in a wheelchair? Is this part of the Save the Arts Campaign? or is she in some form...

13 October 2010

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Tom Estes Performance ‘Night Cleaning’ at Departures Gallery

On Friday the 8th of October, 2010 Tom Estes staged the Performance ‘Night Cleaning’ at the Departures Gallery as part of the exhibition Rhizomatic....

13 October 2010

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Such stuff as dreams are made on

‘I seek to reclaim the body from the contemporary medical and digital gaze in order to poetically subvert it’.’ Marilène Oliver Scene One. The...

12 October 2010

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New Save The Arts Works Unveiled

Mark Titchner “Cut Us, And Don’t Kill Us” – Bob and Roberta Smith “ART GALLERY CLOSED” Artist Patrick Brill better known as Bob and...

12 October 2010

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Banksy Does The Simpsons Doh!

  Graffiti Artist Banksy (aka Robert Banks) has created an opening sequence for the American cartoon The Simpsons. The episode, called ‘MoneyBart’, was aired...

11 October 2010

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Frieze Art Fair 2010: Sculpture Park Preview

I visited the Frieze Art Fair today and saw some of the the works  being installed in its Sculpture Park. The Sculpture Park offers...

10 October 2010

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Top 10 Frieze Week Art Events

This is the ArtLyst top 10 list of events and exhibitions in and around London during Frieze Week. The corridor is jam packed with...

8 October 2010

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Ai Weiwei Unilever Sculpture Tate Modern

Chinese Artist, Ai Weiwei reveals his latest work “Sunflower Seeds,” a project which has taken two years to complete and contains over one hundred...

8 October 2010

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Jerry Hall Portrait By Lucien Freud Goes Under The Hammer

The Former partner of Mick Jagger, Model Jerry Hall will auction part of her art collection at Sotheby’s next week. included is a portrait...

7 October 2010

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Was Le Corbusier A Fascist?

Letters published in a 2008 biography of the seminal 20th century modern master, Architect and Painter suggest that the radical urban planner was a Nazi...

6 October 2010

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Visitors To UK Museums Break All Records

A record number of visitors crossed the threshold of the UK’s national museums this summer, once again reinforcing the need to keep admissions to...