Search Results for "richard long"

31 January 2016

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Barry Flanagan: Early Works Re-Evaluated In New Exhibition

A new exhibition of early works by the renowned late British sculptor Barry Flanagan is to be presented at Waddington Custot Galleries. Animal, Vegetable,...

21 December 2015

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Drawing Room Curates Group Show Line At Lisson Gallery For 2016

Drawing is both physical entity and intellectual proposition in ‘Line’, Lisson Gallery’s group exhibition, guest-curated by Drawing Room. Fifteen international artists – whose works...

19 December 2015

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Tate Explores Conceptual Art in 1960s and 1970s Britain

Conceptual Art in Britain 1964 -1979 will show how artists working in Britain transformed the nature of art. This exhibition will trace the course of...

9 December 2015

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Photo Feature: Chilean Artist Fernando Casasempere At Parafin London

Artlyst recently attended Parafin London, which is currently presenting an exhibition of new work by the Chilean artist Fernando Casasempere. The show is the...

7 December 2015

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With Space in Mind: Sculptors’ Prints

Featuring work by Eduardo Chillida, Richard Deacon, Richard Long, David Nash, Mimmo Paladino, Richard Serra and Rachel Whiteread.

5 December 2015

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Fernando Casasempere Displays New Works At Parafin London

Parafin is currently presenting an exhibition of new work by the acclaimed Chilean artist Fernando Casasempere. This is Casasempere’s first exhibition in London since...

27 October 2015

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Ulrich Ruckriem To Open At Annely Juda Fine Art

Annely Juda Fine Art is presenting an exhibition of works by Ulrich Rückriem in the third floor galleries. Three large-scale sculptural works will be...

19 October 2015

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Arnolfini Announces Artangel’s Rob Bowman As New Director of Programme

Arnolfini in Bristol has announced the appointment of Rob Bowman as Director of Programme. Rob is currently Head of Programmes and Production at Artangel, and takes...

19 October 2015

Lawrence Weiner Facilitates Large Text-Based Interventions At Blenheim Palace

It all started with a photograph, one taken in 1969 during the run-up to the seminal exhibition ‘Live in Your Head. When Attitudes Become Form:...

16 October 2015

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Artlyst Photo Special: Gallery Stand Highlights At Frieze London 2015

Artlyst is excited as always to be scouring Frieze London 2015 for the very latest and greatest in contemporary art, having previously released our...

15 October 2015

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OPINION: Ai Weiwei And Anish Kapoor Inseparable At Frieze London 2015

Artlyst is again attending Frieze week, the 13th edition of Frieze London taking place in The Regent’s Park, from 14 to 17 October 2015....

29 July 2015

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Alex Farquharson Announced As New Director of Tate Britain

Alex Farquharson, Director of Nottingham Contemporary has been appointed as the new Director of Tate Britain, it was announced today. He replaces Penelope Curtis who will...

12 June 2015

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2015 – Michael Craig-Martin Delivers Pop-Arty Hues

For the past 247 years the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition has brought with it a cultural overview of contemporary art in the capital, and...

5 June 2015

James Turrell Drenches Norfolk’s Majestic Houghton Hall In Colour

 Light is a powerful substance – James Turrell The Magnificent Palladian Houghton Hall in Norfolk, built by Britain’s first Prime Minister Sir Robert Walpole by Colen...

3 May 2015

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Art Interventions In The Natural World: An Outmoded Act Of Vanity?

After the recent arrest of Marco Evaristti in Iceland, when local landowners accused him of vandalism after the Danish-Chilean artist dyed the Strokkur geyser...

9 April 2015

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Thomas Joshua Cooper: Scattered Waters – Sources Streams Rivers

Thomas Joshua Cooper is one of the most celebrated and distinctive landscape photographers working today. He was born in California in 1946, of mixed...

19 March 2015

Kirstie MacLeod: Punctured Perspectives – Rook & Raven – Temporal Systems Of Inquiry

Rook & Raven presents ‘Punctured Perspectives’, the first UK solo show of British artist Kirstie MacLeod. The artist is known for her unique and...

7 March 2015

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RCA Secret Comes Of Age Celebrating 21 Years Of Mystery

RCA Secret turns 21 this year and is celebrating coming of age with a bold new collaboration that sees the project working with some...

25 February 2015

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VAGUEAR, TRANSITAR, CAMINHAR, ERRAR…

CÓDIGO ABERTO MÓDULO IV – IMAGINÁRIO janeiro, fevereiro e março de 2015   CineCaverninha VAGUEAR, TRANSITAR, CAMINHAR, ERRAR… curadoria Cauê Alves (SP)   O...

30 January 2015

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Five Issues of Studio International

As editor of Studio International magazine from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s, Peter Townsend oversaw its transformation from a mainstream Britain-centric publication into a...

4 December 2014

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Second ‘Smile Britannia’ Charity Art Auction To Be Held At Houses Of Parliament

Some of the UK’s best contemporary and urban artists will auction off their work to support projects improving lives across the globe. The auction...

30 October 2014

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Damien Hirst In Orkney Jeff Koons In Norwich: Culture Moves To The Hinterlands

In an unprecedented programme bringing cutting edge art to the masses the National Galleries of Scotland and Tate have announced their schedule for the...

12 October 2014

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Serralves: Portugal’s Premiere Art Foundation Celebrates 25th Anniversary

The Serralves Foundation in Porto, with its wonderful contemporary art museum, designed by Pritzker prize-winning architect Alvaro Siza Vieira (known in the UK for...

7 September 2014

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Turner Prize’s 30th Anniversary Looking back – Malcolm Morley

The Turner Prize will soon come around again on its annual pass of the London artworld; named after the painter J. M. W. Turner,...

5 September 2014

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First Open/ LDN South Kensington

Crisis Comission Auction at First Open/ LDN Christie’s South Kensington 25th September 2014   The Crisis Commission saw 18 leading contemporary artists unite to...

20 August 2014

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Former Haunch Of Venison London Directors Ben Tufnell And Matt Watkins Launch A New Gallery

Parafin, a new gallery in Woodstock Street, Mayfair will launch in September 2014 with an exhibition by the emerging artist Hynek Martinec. Original Haunch...

5 August 2014

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Anthony Caro: The Final Works Exhibited At Annely Juda Gallery

The last works created by the sculptor Sir Anthony Caro in the two years before his death in 2013 will be the focus of...

20 June 2014

Art Basel: Visuals With A Bit Of Drunk Texting

Ben Austin follows the pack to the Art epicentre with a satellite or two thrown in for good measure Isn’t there a rule about...

19 June 2014

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Lisson Gallery Announces The Opening Of Major New York Exhibition Space

London’s Lisson Gallery has just announced the opening of a new 8,500 square foot gallery in the Chelsea area of New York City next...

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,...