Derry-Londonderry has played host to numerous lively events over the course of the last year as UK City of Culture, but perhaps none so prestigious, or sparking as much debate as the Turner Prize. The stage - a refurbished old military barracks - is set, but are the actors ready?Read more
Deafened by a choir of incessant metronomes, almost decapitated by a huge swinging sign shouting ‘Mothers’, nearly floored by a leather sofa blocking the entrance – the first three seconds of the Hayward Gallery’s latest show threatens to overwhelm (and injure).Read more
This week: Joana Vasconcelos' site-specific textile installations at Manchester Art Gallery, Stanley Spencer's master-work goes on display at Pallant House, Hamilton hype at the ICA and the Alan Cristea Gallery, the bright lights of James Turrell grace PACE London and experimental portraiture by George Condo comes to Simon Lee Gallery.Read more
The Hayward Gallery’s new retrospective of the often overlooked Ana Mendieta is imbued with an overwhelming morosity, telling the story, chronologically, of a unique body of work from this inspiring, but frequently dark artist.Read more
Anish Kapoor RA's new exhibition at the Sakip Sabanci Muzesi in Istanbul showcases the never-before-seen stone sculptures of this world-renowned artist.Read more
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