Search Results for "Martin Creed"

31 July 2012

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London Art Events Not To Miss During The Cultural Olympiad

ArtLyst has composed a guide to the very best art exhibitions and events designed as part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad. All are open...

7 July 2012

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A House of Leaves

In September 2012, four years after opening a public space in London, David Roberts Art Foundation is moving to new and larger premises in...

28 June 2012

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Olympic And Para-Olympic Posters

Twelve major artists including Tracey Emin, Martin Creed, Gary Hume, Bridget Riley and Fiona Banner will be flying the Brit-art flag with their designs...

19 June 2012

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Cultural Olympiad Launches With First Rate Visual Art Lineup

The London 2012 Festival opens with a bang and a bounce as Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller exhibits his life-size inflatable replica of...

4 June 2012

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Royal Academy Champions The Work Of Young Artists

‘It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child’. Pablo Picasso Three children aged nine and...

22 May 2012

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Hayward Gallery Makes Way For Wide Open School

Artists Include three Turner Prize winners, Antony Gormley, Martin Creed and Susan PhilipszThe Hayward Gallery is being transformed into Wide Open School, for one...

10 May 2012

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Why Modern Art Is Not Shocking Enough

Our newest columnist Rosy Wiseman asks what Contemporary Art could learn from Maurice Sendak… A crop of careful art has emerged by artists who...

9 May 2012

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Frieze New York Inaugural Edition A Triumph

In this round up of the greatest art show on Earth or at least NY, Frieze New York which ended Monday 7 May had...

2 May 2012

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US Artists Line Up For Britain’s Cultural Olympiad

Highlights were announced today for the American artists participating in the London 2012 Festival, the summer climax of the Cultural Olympiad and perhaps ‘the...

26 April 2012

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Visual Art Rivals Music For Supremacy In London 2012 Festival Programme

Thomas Keane takes a look at the visual art highlights announced today for the London 2012 Festival – the summer climax of the Cultural...

20 April 2012

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Frieze New York Sculpture Park Reveals Top Names

Louise Bourgeois Ernesto Neto and Turner Prize winner Susan Philipsz top the bill Frieze Art Fair New York has announced the artists participating in...

15 April 2012

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West Midlands Dark Horse Bid To Host Turner Prize

A dark horse candidate emerges in the race to host the Turner Prize 2015 A West Midlands art gallery is set to launch an...

4 April 2012

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HAYWARD GALLERY LAUNCHES DAVID SHRIGLEY APP

Southbank Centre has launched a free smart phone app to coincide with the David Shrigley: Brain Activity exhibition at the Hayward Gallery (until 13...

7 March 2012

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Whitechapel Gallery Enlists Howard Hodgkin For Opera

Opera posters by leading artists including Sir Howard Hodgkin and Michael Craig Martin unveiled in support of Swarovski Whitechapel Gallery Art Plus Opera The...

30 January 2012

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IN HOUSE

For over a year now, we at FORT have been running a series of contemporary art exhibitions featuring artists including James Howard, Martin Creed,...

24 December 2011

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Scottish National Gallery Presents Major Sculpture Survey

including works from Auguste Rodin and Edgar Degas through to Ron Mueck and 2011 Turner Prize winner, Martin Boyce A major new exhibition, which...

9 December 2011

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Olympic Posters Challenged By Art Students

Kingston University students have designed an alternative set of Olympic posters to compete with Official offerings from the likes of Tracey Emin and Howard...

7 December 2011

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Turner Prize Jury Swung By Sense Of Poetry

Jury awarded Martin Boyce with prize due to his ‘consistency’, ‘sense of poetry’, and ‘pioneering contribution to the current interest in historic modernism’ The...

5 November 2011

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Top British Artists Produce Olympic Gold Graphics

Big Names Equal Big Impact For Official 2012 Olympic Posters Twelve Olympic posters were unveiled at Tate Britain yesterday in the run up to...

16 September 2011

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Cornelia Parker Chooses Warhol Portrait For Exhibition

  Masterworks from the Government Art Collection Opens at Whitechapel The second exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery of the Government Art Collection goes on...

10 September 2011

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Government Art Collection: Selected by Cornelia Parker: Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain

This display of over 70 works, hung from floor to ceiling in a kaleidoscope of colours, offers an original and personal selection by artist...

28 July 2011

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Patrick Keiller To Create Tate Britain Commission For 2012

Artist and film-maker Patrick Keiller, will create an ambitious new project for the Tate Britain Commission 2012, supported by Sotheby’s. His unique installation, developed...

21 June 2011

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2012 Olympic Poster Artists Unveiled

Twelve Artists have been selected by the organizers of the 2012 Olympics to design the official posters. The list reads like a who’s who...

7 June 2011

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Raw Power! Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition opens to the public today, following a week of previews, parties and press mosh-pits. A spectacular array of painting,...

1 June 2011

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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Opens

Summer Exhibition 2011:  7 June – 15 August 2011 The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011 opened today to the press and tonight will see...

8 May 2011

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THE ONE SHOW

Adam Burton Martin Creed Philip Newcombe Robert Pratt Jesse Wine As the third in the series of FORT’s recently established exhibition program, THE ONE...

9 February 2011

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Latest Art Market News

    The art market is thriving. Fine art is confidently viewed by financial experts as one of the best performing asset categories of...

18 January 2011

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Nine Owls in a Baguett – An evening of performance at Made in Goldsmiths Gallery

Martin Creed – playing solo Nine Owls in a Baguette Rory Buckley Leslie DeereThis event intends to re-examine our default understanding of genre boundaries,...

7 December 2010

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Olympic Artists Announced For 2012

David Hockney, Lucian Freud, Rachel Whiteread and Martin Creed are some of the visual artists the DCMS has announced to officially represent London during...

15 October 2010

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Crunch: the art festival at Hay

From the same team behind HowTheLightGetsIn comes Crunch 2010: the art and music festival at Hay. This year, Crunch: the art festival at Hay...

17 January 2010

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Tate Britain Duveens Commission 2010

In summer 2010, Tate Britain will unveil a new installation by a contemporary artist – the latest in the annual series of the Tate...

10 December 2009

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The Arts Gallery final show: Mark Ballard The All of Everything, Art Will Eat Itself

The Arts Gallery at 65 Davies Street a space run by The University of the Arts London and has over the years featured the...