Search Results for "Martin Creed"

26 May 2015

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Doug Aitken Station to Station Project Artists Announced Barbican Centre

The Barbican has announced further programming details for Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening  — American multi-media artist Doug Aitken’s experiment in spontaneous artistic creation taking over the Centre’s...

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....

14 May 2015

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Curator Kelly Large Discusses The Zabludowicz Collection, YBAs And The Establishment

The Zabludowicz Collection is presenting a major exhibition featuring over 30 leading international artists, including eight Turner Prize winners, to celebrate 20 years of...

9 May 2015

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Curator Kelly Large Talks To Artlyst About The Zabludowicz Collection, Appropriation, And The Body

The Zabludowicz Collection presents a major exhibition featuring over 30 leading international artists, including eight Turner Prize winners, to celebrate 20 years of the...

21 April 2015

Paul_Cary-Kent: London Art Exhibition Choices For April 2015

CHOICES UP NOW The latest in my rolling top ten, together with previous choices which you can still see… Taus Makhacheva: Vababai Vadadai! @ Narrative...

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...

29 March 2015

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Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, A project by Doug Aitken

This summer Doug Aitken’s project Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, takes over the Barbican from Saturday 27 June with more than 100 free events over 30...

27 March 2015

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Doug Aitken Station to Station Project To Take Over The Barbican In June

This summer Doug Aitken’s project Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, takes over the Barbican from Saturday 27 June with more than 100 free events over...

23 March 2015

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Christina Mackie Unveils The Latest Tate Britain Commission Supported By Sotheby’s

Tate Britain today unveils the filters, a three-part installation by artist Christina Mackie (b. 1956). The work has been created for the annual Tate Britain Commission...

13 March 2015

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Fig-2 Week 8 – Edmund Cook – 23 February-1 March – ‘Enumerators’ (by AJ Dehany)

Week 8 – Edmund Cook – 23 February-1 March – ‘Enumerators’ “The Lumière Brothers were a hundred and twenty years ago! Come on lads, step up..”...

19 February 2015

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Thirty Leading International Artists Presented In New Zabludowicz Collection Exhibition

Zabludowicz Collection is to present a new major exhibition featuring over 30 leading international artists, including eight Turner Prize winners, to celebrate 20 years...

3 January 2015

Paul Carey- Kent Suggests 25 London Exhibitions For January 2015

2014 was certainly a good year for public blockbusters: late Matisse, Turner and Rembrandt, all of Veronese, Constable, Malevich, Polke and Kiefer, plus such...

8 December 2014

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Artists for Ikon

Ikon’s 50th anniversary celebrations will culminate in Artists for Ikon, an exhibition at the gallery (24 April – 4 May 2015) followed by a...

8 December 2014

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Art Basel Miami Beach Reports Strong 2014 Results: What The Galleries Said

The 13th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach closed yesterday, Sunday, December 7, 2014, with gallerists, private collectors, museum groups and the media praising...

11 November 2014

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Art Basel Film Sector Announces 2014 Programme Selected By David Gryn

Art Basel’s Film sector has announced that this year’s programme will include over 80 films and videos selected by David Gryn, director of London’s...

10 November 2014

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Leading Artists In Sotheby’s Charity Auction For Elton John AIDS Foundation

A large number of leading contemporary artists have very generously donated no less than 12 artworks, all of which will be auctioned off at...

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...

4 October 2014

Turner Prize 2014: Beyond The Valley Of Tabloid Titillation

Clenching anuses, mass-produced rainbows of wallpaper, pretentious postcolonial posturings, and the ramblings of a nervous madman are what fill the tabloid-titillating Turner Prize in...

26 September 2014

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Frieze Sculpture Park Announced For 2014 London Fair

The Frieze Sculpture Park which was announced on 17 September will again include works from both Frieze London and Frieze Masters. Selected for the...

18 September 2014

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The London Art Book Fair At Whitechapel Gallery

Whitechapel Galley is presenting a book fair that reportedly presents the best in international contemporary art publishing. The viewer can browse beautiful artists’ books,...

8 August 2014

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Scottish Independence: Anish Kapoor, Tracey Emin and Gavin Turk Vote No

Is Nationalism a cultural black hole? This is a question raised time and time again when arguing that Scotland should sever ties with the...

13 July 2014

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The Line Announces Sculptors Participating In 2014 Inaugural Exhibition

The Line has announced a world-class sculpture walk in London. Artists, galleries and collections have been invited to propose work for consideration by an...

27 June 2014

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Old Rope: Group Exhibition

OLD ROPE : CURATED BY POLLY MORGANJul 11 – Aug 30, 2014Private view Thu Jul 10 6pm – 8pmSusan Collis, Martin Creed, Tracey Emin,...

19 June 2014

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Impressionism To Street Art Leads Summer Sales At Christies, Sotheby’s And Bonham’s

The Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale at Sotheby’s 23rd June 2014 combines an outstanding level of quality across the board. Included in the...

8 June 2014

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Frieze London Announce Details of 12th edition Contemporary Art Fair

Frieze London has announced the details of the 12th edition of their contemporary art fair to be held in Regents Park.  The fair unites...

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...

11 May 2014

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Crisis Commission 2014

Major new works by leading contemporary artists including Martin Creed, Mark Wallinger, Gavin Turk, George Shaw, Bill Woodrow and Richard Long are to be...

7 May 2014

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Home For Crisis Commission 2014

Taking part in the Crisis Commission are: Alastair Mackie, Ann Christopher, Ben Hendy, Bill Woodrow, Billy Childish, Chloe Le Tissier, Elaine Brown, Gavin Turk,...

7 May 2014

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Home For Crisis Commission

Taking part in the Crisis Commission are: Alastair Mackie, Ann Christopher, Ben Hendy, Bill Woodrow, Billy Childish, Chloe Le Tissier, Elaine Brown, Gavin Turk,...

28 April 2014

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Turner Prize 2014 Shortlist To Be Announced 7 May At Tate Britain

Tate Britain will announce the 2014 Turner Prize shortlist on Wednesday 7 May.  The Turner Prize began in 1984, established by Tate Gallery’s Patrons...

4 April 2014

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The Crisis Commission 2014

Major new works by leading contemporary artists including Martin Creed, Mark Wallinger, Gavin Turk, George Shaw, Bill Woodrow and Richard Long are to be...

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...