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25 June 2020

Lavish Sir Anish Kapoor Exhibition Set To Open At Houghton Hall Norfolk 

Important works by the British sculptor Sir Anish Kapoor will go on show across the grounds and historic interiors of Houghton Hall in Norfolk...

12 February 2020

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Sonia Boyce Chosen To Represent Britain At 59th Venice Biennale

Sonia Boyce OBE RA has been announced as the artist to represent the UK at the 59th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di...

19 September 2019

Antony Gormley Plays With Our Perception of Space at RA

The Antony Gormley solo exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts opens on 21 September. It's a solo show rather than a retrospective but...

Henry Moore At Houghton Hall An Exemplary Pairing

A trip to the magnificent Palladian house Houghton Hall in Norfolk is always a much look forwarded to pleasure. The current exhibition is a...

25 April 2019

Gallery Weekend Berlin 2019 A Quick Guide

Gallery Weekend Berlin is a one-stop city-break for contemporary art in Germany.

8 April 2019

Anthony d’Offay Resumes Tate And NGS Relationship After Me-Too Case Evaporates

The British art dealer, Anthony d’Offay, who was 'me-tooed' last year by three former colleagues, has been reinstated as an adviser to the Artist...

17 December 2018

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London Art Fair Returns For 2019 Bumper Edition

The London Art Fair 2019 (LAF) returns to the capital from 16-20 January to obliterate the winter blues and give us a boost of...

28 August 2018

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The Decline And Fall Of The Turner Prize – Edward Lucie-Smith

There can be no doubt that the Turner Prize is pretty much of a sick puppy right now.

30 July 2018

Christopher Le Brun Tranquil And Elegant – Lisson Gallery – Edward Lucie-Smith

I went to see Christopher Le Brun’s new exhibition, a solo at one of the branches of the Lisson Gallery.

11 June 2018

Art Basel 2018 Everything Guide – All you need To Know

Art Basel 2018 which launches 14-17 June offers a Premier line-up of galleries at Art Basel's 2018 edition in Basel Switzerland.

5 June 2018

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Malcolm Morley Pioneering Photorealist Painter Dies Age 86

The first Turner Prize winner, the painter Malcolm Morley, has died at age 86.

8 May 2018

1968 Political Protest Posters To Be Displayed At Tate Britain

1968 was a turning point for protest history and a flashpoint in modern society.

26 April 2018

Tate Announces 2018 Turner Prize Shortlist Online – But Was It An Accident?

London: Tate Britain has announced the 2018 shortlist for the Turner Prize on their website, this evening 25 April. 

29 March 2018

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Damien Hirst Falling Off The Grid – Houghton Hall – Paul Carter Robinson

Last week I was a guest at the magnificent Houghton Hall, one of the most impressive Palladian houses in Britain.

22 March 2018

Damien Hirst Headlines Houghton Hall 2018 Exhibition

Damien Hirst will be the next artist to take over Houghton Hall for their summer exhibition.

11 March 2018

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Armory Show Highlights and Lowlights 2018 Round-Up

As we reach the end of another New York Armory Show few revelations are on hand.

5 February 2018

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Relaunched Kettle’s Yard Seamlessly Blends Old And New

Kettle's Yard in Cambridge reopens this week after a two-year redevelopment programme by Jamie Fobert Architects which includes major new exhibition galleries, generous education...

31 January 2018

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Mona Hatoum Presented With Prestigious Annual Art Icon Award 2018

Mona Hatoum (b. 1952) was presented with the prestigious annual Art Icon award at the Whitechapel Gallery on Monday 29 January.

14 January 2018

Art Dealer Anthony d’Offay Faces Inappropriate Behaviour Allegations

The art dealer Anthony d’Offay, who gave his £200m art collection to the nation and created Artist Rooms a touring exhibition which has had...

7 January 2018

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Exposed: Institutional Male Bias In Official UK Government Art Collection

Kevin Brennan, the shadow arts minister, has revealed that there is an 'Institutional' male bias in the government's art collection. He pointed out that only a quarter...

Paul Carey-Kent Presents Recommended London Art exhibitions November 2017

Paul Carey-Kent presents his recommended London Art exhibitions for November 2017. It is a varied selection containing a number of different mediums and styles.

29 October 2017

London Art Exhibitions November 2017 Explored By Paul Carey-Kent

London is awash with more must see international exhibitions than perhaps any other city in the world. Paul Carey-Kent is out and about visiting...

24 October 2017

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Mona Hatoum Selected For Whitechapel’s Art Icon Award 2018

Mona Hatoum (b. 1952) is the fifth artist to receive the prestigious annual Art Icon award at the Whitechapel Gallery. The Art Icon 2018...

19 October 2017

Everything at Once: Temporary Compartments Into Which We Plunge – Edward Lucie-Smith

Everything at Once is the hopeful title of the vast exhibition currently being presented by the Lisson Gallery + Vinyl Factory in the Store...

8 September 2017

Vinyl Factory Pays Homage To Lisson Gallery’s 50th Anniversary

The Vinyl Factory who last year partnered with the Hayward Gallery to bring London 'The Infinite Mix’, one the best shows of the year, is...

14 July 2017

Art Beyond London: Unmissable Exhibitions Summer 2017

If you’re planning on leaving the capital this Summer, Artlyst has put together a selection of the best UK shows outside of London.

8 April 2017

SP-Arte International Art Festival Unveils Edition 13 In Sao Paulo

São Paulo International Art Festival, SP-Arte is a biannual exhibition now in its13th edition which closes tomorrow. The event promotes a citywide programme that...

10 February 2017

British Council Announces 2017 Partnerships For 57th Venice Biennale

The British Council has announced their 2017 partnership with England, Scotland, and Wales in presenting three exhibitions at the 57th International Venice Biennale Art...

24 December 2016

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Top 10 – Brian Sewell Art Attacks

Serota should be awarded the Turner prize, “for furthering so many worthless careers”. This is one of the many put-downs by the late...

20 December 2016

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The Best Exhibitions Of 2016 – Chosen By Paul Black

Paul Black chooses his best exhibitions of 2016 and delves deeper than the blockbusters and often further afield from London.

13 August 2016

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KALEIDOSCOPE: It’s Me to the World

It’s Me to the World, the fourth exhibition in KALEIDOSCOPE, features works by Marina Abramović, Mohammed Qasim Ashfaq, Dorothy Cross, Richard Long, Agnes Martin, Otobong...

30 April 2016

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Art Fund’s Museum Of The Year 2016 Shortlist Announced

The five museums shortlisted for the Art Fund’s Museum of the Year 2016 prize has been announced. The  annual prize is awarded to one outstanding museum, which,...