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9 December 2014

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Richard Prince’s Secret Retreat To Be Opened To The Public

Like Donald Judd, who famously housed his art in store-fronts around rural Marfa, Texas, Richard Prince has been reconfiguring his own surroundings for nearly...

3 November 2014

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Richard Patterson 2014

Timothy Taylor Gallery is proud to announce a new exhibition by Richard Patterson – the first in the UK to focus on the artist’s...

17 October 2014

Richard Tuttle Unveils Whitechapel Retrospective And Tate Turbine Hall Installation

During World War II, when Richard Tuttle was but a young boy, his father had a nervous breakdown, which effectively tore down his hitherto...

16 October 2014

Richard Serra At Gagosian Gallery – An Uncompromising Gravity

The Gagosian Gallery Brittania Street London, presents an exhibition of Richard Serra’s latest works; filling the gallery with all of the artist’s usual magisterial...

16 October 2014

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Richard Serra To Make Huge Sculpture For David Zwirner

The artist is creating the work for Zwirner even though Serra has long been represented by the gallery’s chief competitor the Gagosian Gallery. The...

13 October 2014

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Klaus Biesenbach And James Franco Have Richard Prince Twitter Disagreement

American artist Richard Prince’s exhibition of Instagram photos on display at Gagosian‘s Madison Avenue space have caused a celebrity Twitter spat. The particular works...

28 September 2014

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Richard Stone’s New Work Evokes Literary And Art Historical References

In his new exhibition Gleam, Richard Stone has created shrouded bronze and marble sculptures which explore a history that is collapsing in upon itself. ...

22 June 2014

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Richard Tuttle To Have His Largest UK Survey Exhibition In October

The American sculptor and poet Richard Tuttle will have his UK’s largest ever survey in London this October. It will comprise a major exhibition...

15 June 2014

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Richard Hamilton’s James Joyce Ulysses Illustrations On Display At The British Museum

A major collection of drawings and prints, illustrating James Joyce’s Ulysses by Richard Hamilton, the ‘Godfather’ of Pop Art has gone on display at...

11 June 2014

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Childrens Commission: Francis Uprichard What Will You Do

A two-metre long papier-mâché dinosaur, strange creatures and delicate objects are part of London-based artist Francis Upritchard’s (b. 1976) experiments with materials, forms and textures...

24 May 2014

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The Longest Day

Fenners artists explore the concept of Midsummer. Fellows of the Digswell Arts Trust in Letchworth present an exhibition of sculpture, print making, painting, textiles...

13 May 2014

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TALK: CONCEPTION EXECUTION RECEPTION – Richard Wilson RA and Mark Davy, Futurecity

The second of three talks in the CONCEPTION EXECUTION RECEPTION Public Art Behind the Scenes series, Richard Wilson RA and Mark Davy, founder of...

23 April 2014

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Richard Wilson’s Sculpture Installation Slipstream Unveiled At London’s Heathrow

Slipstream a sculpture installation by the renowned British artist Richard Wilson RA was unveiled today at Heathrow. The work is set to become one...

9 April 2014

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Richard Serra Unveils Major Desert Sculpture In Western Qatar

The Qatar Museums Authority is has announced the unveiling of a major landscape commission, East-West/West-East, by American artist Richard Serra for the Brouq Nature...

28 March 2014

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Richard Young: Photographer And Social Documenter Unveiled At London’s Playboy Club

A new exhibition at London’s Playboy club of the photographer and social documenter Richard Young will be unveiled on 6th April. ‘Icons’ is part...

25 March 2014

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Richard Mosse – The Enclave

The Vinyl Factory and Edel Assanti are pleased to present The Enclave, Richard Mosse’s debut London solo exhibition. The Enclave, a multichannel video installation,...

14 February 2014

Richard Hamilton A Meticulous And Prescient Chronicler – London Retrospective

Richard Hamilton is a truly influential figure in the history of British art; considered to be the founder of the Pop Art movement. This...

28 January 2014

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Tate Modern: Richard Hamilton

One of the most influential British artists of the 20th century, Richard Hamilton(1922–2011) is widely regarded as a founding figure of pop art, who continued...

10 January 2014

Richard Serra Curves and Angles: New Sculpture at Gagosian in Chelsea

I made my way to Chelsea through the piles of snow left from the previous day’s snowstorm, amidst the many other art lovers braving...

30 November 2013

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Damien Hirst Exhibits His Work Alongside Picasso, Bacon and Warhol

Damien Hirst is a Turner Prize winning artist. Despite his critical notoriety (much of it negative)  he has managed to become one of the...

25 November 2013

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Richard Hamilton: Word and Image

Richard Hamilton was one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, for whom printmaking was essential to his practice. In February, the...

22 November 2013

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David Bomberg A London Exhibition of Works Belonging To His Granddaughter

Waterhouse & Dodd London are presenting a collection of works on paper sourced from the estate of David Bomberg’s granddaughter, Natalie Tachuk. Natalie was...

22 September 2013

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Richard Wilson Creates Europe’s Largest Privately Funded Sculpture

The Turner Prize nominated sculptor Richard Wilson (born May 24, 1953) has created Europe’s largest privately funded sculpture, designed in shimmering aluminium to mimic...

16 September 2013

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Richard Hamilton Retrospective Exhibition Unveiled For February 2014 At Tate

Richard Hamilton (1922-2011) was one of the most influential British artists of the 20th century and is widely regarded as a founding figure of...

4 September 2013

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Turner Prize Winner Richard Deacon: Major Tate Britain Exhibition Announced

In February 2014, Tate Britain will present a major exhibition of the work of Turner Prize winner Richard Deacon (b.1949), a leading British sculptor...

27 August 2013

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Richard Serra Drawings Courtauld Gallery Exhibition Showcases New Work

Richard Serra is one of the most important and revered artists working today.  Rising to prominence on the New York art scene more than...

18 July 2013

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Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton Photograph Included In New Exhibition

A behind-the-scenes and previously unexhibited photograph of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton at the beginning of their love affair is to be included in...

9 July 2013

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No One Belongs Here More Than You | Performative Reflections on Eastern Europeans

Join us for an evening of tolerance, friendship and performances containing genuine Eastern Europeans. RCC presents two comedy skits highlighting attitudes some people have...

5 July 2013

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London’s Thames Festival To Feature Artists Richard Wilson And Doug Fishbone

The Mayor’s Thames Festival undergoes an exciting transformation this year, staging a 10-day celebration of the river through inspiring events on the water and...

10 June 2013

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The Long Memory

Painting, sculpture, photography and animation by Benjamin Fox, Richard Kind and James Self.

9 June 2013

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Artist Richard Woods Created Site Specific Installation For The Orangery Wakefield

The Orangery, a unique grade II* building in the heart of Wakefield has been transformed by the artist Richard Woods into a giant simulated...

8 May 2013

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Richard Deacon

Tate Britain presents a major retrospective of the work of Turner Prize winnerRichard Deacon (b.1949), a leading British sculptor who first achieved international recognition in...