Search Results for "David Shrigley"

17 May 2016

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Cornelia Parker Curates Fifty+ Contemporary Artists At The Foundling Museum

In order for something to be ‘found’, it has to at some point in its history been ‘lost’ – Cornelia Parker Cornelia Parker has curated ‘Found,’ a...

17 May 2016

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Found

For this major exhibition, Foundling Fellow Cornelia Parker has invited over sixty outstanding artists from a range of creative disciplines to respond to the theme of ‘found’, reflecting...

6 April 2016

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The Best of Art on a Postcard

’20 Best of Art on a Postcard 2015’,  is a show curated and hosted by Jealous. The show offers brand new print editions based...

29 September 2015

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Turner Prize Launches 2015 Exhibition At Tramway Gallery In Glasgow

The Turner Prize 2015 launches in Glasgow tomorrow and Artlyst will be there to report first hand on the upside and downside of this...

20 August 2015

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Banksy Dismaland A Real-life Sculpture Park For The Dispossessed

An ominous artist’s impression of the 21st century is depicted in a theme park created by the prophetic street artist Banksy, in Weston Super Mare....

17 August 2015

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Turner Prize Takes A Road Trip Across Scotland In 2015

The Turner Prize 2015, will take a trip across Scotland, as part of the event this year. The Travelling Gallery will take a special show out on...

20 June 2015

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Art Basel On A Budget Ben Austin Navigates The Possibilities

Basel on a budget.  Seemingly impossible, where even the most reasonable hotel is priced out at £250 per night, the town has seen the...

6 June 2015

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Art Basel 2015 Artlyst’s Where To Go What To See Guide

Art Basel, which take place in June every year, stages one of the world’s most important art shows for Modern and contemporary works. They bring...

15 May 2015

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Art Basel Announces Unlimited: Presenting 74 Large-scale Works Spanning Five Decades

Art Basel’s unique platform Unlimited, a section dedicated to artworks that transcend the traditional art-fair stand, will this year present 74 projects from galleries participating in the show....

19 March 2015

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Why Contemporary Art Should Have More Of A Sense Of Humour

There is a strong case to be made that what we recognise as “high” art and laughter are entirely mutually exclusive: take the famous...

2 November 2014

Art Exhibitions Not To Miss In November 2014 By Paul Carey Kent

London UK – So many new international galleries seem to be opening in Mayfair that one might get blasé…   but Marian Goodman’s is heroically...

15 October 2014

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Artlyst Power 100: 2014 Alternative Art Power List revealed

Each October during Frieze Week, Artlyst releases the Art PowerLyst, the alternative to ArtReview’s Power 100. Many think that AR’s list is erroneous and...

14 October 2014

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Kamba Fine Art at Multiplied Art Fair

Contemporary African gallery Kamba Fine Art will exhibit for the first time at the MULTIPLIED Art Fair at Christie’s this October. MULTIPLIED 2014 is...

30 September 2014

London Art Gallery Round-Up October 2014 By Paul Carey-Kent

The latest in Paul Carey-Kent’s rolling top ten, together with previous choices which you can still see.       TEN CURRENT CHOICES Sigalit Landau: Knafeh...

26 September 2014

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Paradigm Store

HS Projects is transforming an empty office building into a massive exhibition space, spread across five floors and over 80,000 sq ft of Howick...

23 September 2014

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Christie’s Multiplied Launches For Frieze Week

MULTIPLIED is the UK’s only art fair dedicated to contemporary prints and editions. The fair is in its The fifth instalment; returning to Christie’s,...

28 August 2014

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Exeter Contemporary Open

Robert Cervera | Samantha Donnelly | Andrew Ekins | Alex Hardy | John Lawrence | Gorka Mohamed | Hannah Murgatroyd | Lexi Strauss Exeter...

28 July 2014

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Sajid Javid Pledges £5 million For Glasgow School of Art Restoration

Sajid Javid, the Culture Secretary has visited the fire damaged Glasgow School of Art. The building designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh was damaged on...

28 June 2014

A Tale Of Three Cities Paul Carey Kent Goes To Munich, Zurich And Basel

There’s more than enough to see at Art Basel and its satellite events, but travelling via Munich and Zurich made for an entertaining excess....

5 June 2014

Royal Academy Launches Their Great British Salon Of Contemporary Art

With summer well and truly here, the Royal Academy of Arts’ annual Summer Exhibition launches the great British salon, with a host of private...

24 May 2014

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Fire Crews Save C R Mackintosh Glasgow School Of Art Building

Fire crews have saved The Glasgow School Of Art, a masterpiece of 20th century architecture by Charles Rennie Macintosh. The one hundred year old...

11 May 2014

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Frieze New York: Cultural Temple Or Just Another Trade Show

There are no words for the fatigue I felt after five full hours on my feet, traversing the 29 countries represented in 190 galleries...

30 April 2014

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Art Basel Announces Their Film program For The 2014 Fair

Art Basel has announced their film programme for the 2014 fair. This year it will be presenting over 30 film and video works drawn...

29 April 2014

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M U L T I P L I C I T Y

CHART gallery is pleased to be hosting an exhibition of limited edition artworks commissioned by The Multiple Store, and created by leading artists including...

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...

4 February 2014

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‘STUDY FROM THE HUMAN BODY’

Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to announce its forthcoming exhibition, ‘Study from the Human Body’, a group presentation in both gallery spaces. Celebrating the...

18 December 2013

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Imran Qureshi Designs Pocket Tube Map For 150 London Underground Anniversary

The final art commission of London Underground’s 150th anniversary year has been revealed. It is the new edition of the Pocket Tube map released...

5 December 2013

Art Basel Miami Opens To The Public In A Wave Of Optimism – Review

The art world has descended on glamorous Miami Beach for this year’s Art Basel Miami, which opened for a VIP and press preview yesterday...

2 December 2013

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Turner Prize Winner Announced In Derry UK City Of Culture

Laure Prouvost has just been announced as the winner of  2013 £25,000 Turner Prize at an awards ceremony in Derry by actress Saoirse Ronan. The...

23 November 2013

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Bob and Roberta Smith Launch The First Art Party Conference

The Art Party Conference, which will be held today (23 November)  is the first of its kind, initiated by the artist Bob and Roberta...

22 October 2013

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Turner Prize Exhibition Unveiled In Derry For City Of Culture 2013

The first ever presentation outside of England of the Turner Prize – the UK’s most prestigious art prize has been unveiled in Derry~Londonderry, the...

21 October 2013

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Art Basel Miami Announces 2013 Film Program

From December 4 to December 8, 2013, Art Basel presents a premier program of films by and about artists, selected by David Gryn, Director...