Search Results for "Richard Wilson"

11 November 2015

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Sculpture Shock Historic Hanna Haaslahti

For the final Sculpture Shock HISTORIC installation Finnish artist HANNA HAASLAHTI merges past and present in an interactive intervention in Lord Burlington’s neo-Palladian Ionic...

24 July 2015

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Bryan Lavelle ‘Tipping Point’

Bryan’s work is an investigation into the properties of his chosen materials and the process of painting. Artists who influence and inform his practice...

12 June 2015

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Burlington Gardens Festival

The Royal Academy of Arts announced that it will host a street party, the Burlington Gardens Festival on 4 July 2015 (during Brown’s London Art Weekend 3 – 5...

8 June 2015

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RA Schools Announces Annual Exhibition Of Works By Graduating Artists

The RA Schools Show, the annual exhibition of works by artists graduating from the UK’s longest established art school, the historic RA Schools. This year marks the 140th anniversary of the...

14 May 2015

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John Byrne: A Matter of Life & Death

The Fine Art Society presents the fourth solo exhibition of paintings by acclaimed painter John Byrne. A Matter of Life & Death comprises a...

17 April 2015

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Why Art Offends: A Perfect Storm In A Teacup

Artlyst recently created a list of the most offensive works of art; so what is the difference between this and its idea of hated...

31 January 2015

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RA School’s Premiums Interim Projects Presents 17 Emerging Artists

Premiums Interim Projects provides an opportunity to view new work by 17 emerging artists at the interim point of their postgraduate study at the...

14 January 2015

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‘Wait Until It Dries’ Shih Hsiung Chou Presented by Encounter Contemporary

Wait Until It Dries, a major exhibition of new works by acclaimed Taiwanese artist Shih Hsiung Chou, will be revealed by Encounter Contemporary on...

19 December 2014

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Sculpture Shock 2015 | Announcement of the Winners

‘Art is far too important to be confined within galleries alone, and our environment desperately lacks the humanising force of the artist’s imagination’ Richard...

19 December 2014

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Sculpture Shock 2015 | Finalists Slam Talks

The Royal British Society of Sculptors is delighted to announce the SCULPTURE SHOCK 2015 finalists: SUBTERRANEAN –  LYNN DENNISON, SEBASTIAN KITE, JESSICA LLOYD-JONES, AMBULATORY...

13 May 2014

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CONCEPTION EXECUTION RECEPTION: Public art Behind the Scenes

For the first time in one place, The Royal British Society of Sculptors unites three of the most eminent British sculptors: Richard Deacon RA,...

2 April 2014

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Top International Artists Feature In Stockholm’s Art Of Not Making Exhibition

The Art of Not Making is the title of an acclaimed book published last year by artist/author Michael Petry, who asks; “What does a...

11 March 2014

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Folkestone Triennial 2014

The Folkestone Triennial is one of the most ambitious public art projects presented in the UK. Located in the seaside town of Folkestone on...

10 March 2014

Ruin And Decay Explored In New Tate Britain Exhibition

Ruin Lust is the snappy but problematic title to this Tate Britain show which draws from its own collections to explore – in wildly...

12 January 2014

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Hampstead’s Village People: Portraits of Cultural Icons

Hampstead’s unique qualities have always attracted some of London’s most notable intellectual and artistic residents stretching back to Keats and Constable and continuing today...

2 November 2013

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Royal Academy Gift To The Queen Goes On Display At Buck-House

The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace is holding a special exhibition of works titled Gifted: From the Royal Academy to The Queen. More than 100...

23 October 2013

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Exploding Utopia

On the use of explosives in making art. Curated by Rozemin Keshvani. With Michelangelo Antonioni, Fiona Banner, Tim Burns, Paul Burwell, Ivor Davies, Fischli/Weiss, Enrico...

20 September 2013

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Rubedo | 1st ever commercial real-time virtual gallery

Curators Futurecity launch Paynes & Borthwick Gallery – a real-time virtual replica of an actual gallery space, due for completion in autumn this year,...

8 August 2013

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The Mayor’s Thames Festival Full Schedule Listings

The Mayor’s Thames Festival undergoes an exciting transformation this year, taking place over 10 days instead of the usual weekend of activities. From 6...

9 July 2013

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There’s No Such Thing As Sculpture: True Or False – A Curated Conversation

London: UK Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre has announced its second ambitious event. This consists of a salon, hosted in a Shoreditch loft, which will feature...

22 May 2013

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Royal Academy Schools Final Year: Exhibitions Dates Announced

The dates for the annual exhibition of works by final year students at the Royal Academy Schools, the oldest art school in Britain have...

22 May 2013

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Ron Arad’s Last Train

    The Last Train by Ron Arad is piece about the strength of the raw material rather than as a symbol of value...

5 May 2013

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Call For Entries – neo:artprize2013

neo:artprize2013 submission deadline midday monday 13th May13 June 2013 to 28 July 2013 neo:gallery is pleased to announce the launch of the neo:artprize2013. Having achieved critical...

10 February 2013

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Director Mike Leigh to Create Film On JMW Turner’s Life

The British director Mike Leigh is to create a film based on the life of the English painter JMW (Joseph Mallord William) Turner. Leigh...

5 November 2012

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The Fabricated Object

Per Barclay / Angela de la Cruz / Mark HampsonMona Hatoum / Joseph Havel / Mike KelleyLiliane Lijn / Michael Petry / Meekyoung ShinGavin...

7 July 2012

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Outside In: London

An exhibition of work by eight non-traditional artists selected from over 790 submissions to the Outside In: London competition over the past months. Albert...

5 March 2012

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Sculptor Puts Italian Job Bus On Gallery Roof for Olympics

Richard Wilson’s “Hang On A Minute Lads, I’ve Got A Great Idea” gets green light Turner Prize nomininated sculptor Richard Wilson, best known for...

20 October 2011

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Top Ten Public Contemporary Art Works In London

Need an art fix out of gallery hours? To celebrate the recent appearance of striking new works by James Hopkins and (for three months)...

13 September 2010

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SUNDAY art fair

For the first time this October SUNDAY art fair will be held in London at the P3 Ambika space on Marylebone Road. Taking place...

2 July 2010

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Charles Saatchi Donates Gallery and 200 Works To The Nation “What’s The Catch”?

Charles Saatchi, The British Art Collector who discovered the likes of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin, will donate his London gallery and more than...

28 February 2010

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Liverpool Biennial 2010

  Liverpool Biennial is the UK’s largest as well as one of the most exciting contemporary visual arts events, and with 960,000 visits in...

8 July 2021

New Contemporaries 2021 Announce Artist Line Up 

Seventy-Five artists selected for New Contemporaries 2021 demonstrating the resilience of the creative process in a challenging year have been revealed by Bloomberg New...