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ANYthing goes and whatEVER is possible in this fast-paced 21st century, high-pitched, super-energised, electrifying series of video installations that is ANY-EVER, the latest show by Ryan Trecartin in collaboration with Lizzie Fitch.
The Crafts Council launches the national tour of Block Party: Contemporary craft inspired by the art of the tailor, a new exhibition exploring the creative possibilities of pattern cutting. The exhibition begins its tour at Smiths Row in Bury St Edmunds from 14 January to 10 March 2012.
Tomas Saraceno's installations shatter traditional concepts relating to place, time, gravity and traditional ideas as to what constitutes architecture. His works are utopian and invite the viewer to play a part in their impact on a particular space, as they reach up to the sky and down to the ground.
Do Ho Suh’s polyester and stainless steel installation replicates a stairway in the artist’s apartment in Chelsea, New York. This installation is one of a number of works Suh has made based on his personal memories of architectural spaces. Since the mid-1990's ...
A few months shy of his 80th birthday and today Gerhard Richter is being celebrated as the greatest painter of our time with an impressive retrospective at the Tate Modern in London. Curated by Nicholas Serota with Mark Godfrey and Amy Dickson ...
Hailed simultaneously as a provocateur, prankster, and tragic poet of our times, Maurizio Cattelan has created some of the most unforgettable images in recent contemporary art.
Tate Modern has unveiled the 12th commission in The Unilever Series by the artist Tacita Dean. Entitled FILM, the work is an 11 minute silent 35mm looped film projected onto a monolith standing 13 metres tall at the end of a darkened Turbine Hall.
Cate Parr is a fashion illustrator born and educated in England. Currently living in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. For Cate, inspiration comes from many places such as Ealing Studios, French and Italian Cinema, couture design, along with music, photography, theatre and dance.
As part of Intervals, an ongoing series, the Guggenheim Museum presented Brooklyn-based artist Nicola Lopez with a site-specific sculptural collage environment in the rotunda, titled Landscape X: Under Construction.
Together with festivals, street actions, and musical events, artists’ editions played an essential role in Fluxus, an network of artists that emerged in the early 1960s in the United States, Europe, and Japan.