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Installation & Multimedia

Mirrorcity, Hayward Gallery: Review

This is undoubtedly one of the strangest exhibitions that I have ever visited. Filled with a wide range of works in a wide variety of media such as installations, paintings and sculptures, it is an exhibition which examines the line between the real worl

Henry IV, '71 film, Gotham on TV, Lila by Marilynne Robinson, Tracy Emin

Phyllida Lloyd's all-female production of Henry IV at The Donmar Warehouse. '71, a film about a young British army soldier who becomes separated from his unit while on patrol during The Troubles in Belfast.

Henry IV, '71 film, Gotham on TV, Lila by Marilynne Robinson, Tracy Emin

Phyllida Lloyd's all-female production of Henry IV at The Donmar Warehouse. '71, a film about a young British army soldier who becomes separated from his unit while on patrol during The Troubles in Belfast.

Mirrorcity, Hayward Gallery, review: 'mystifying'

Florence Waters on a jumbled exhibition dealing with modern life in the digital age.

Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Never Lived and Who Will Never Die - Museum of London

The Museum of London delves into the mind of one of the world's most famous detectives: Sherlock Holmes for this special exhibition. It will explore how the detective transferred from page to screen and stage and why he continues to fascinate audiences to

Steve McQueen: Ashes - Thomas Dane Gallery

This is the third solo exhibition of work by Steve McQueen to be displayed at the gallery. The focus is on two new works - one is titled Ashes and is installed as an immersive projection with sound, while the other is an entirely sculptural installation t

Damien Hirst: Schizophrenogenesis - Paul Stolper Gallery

This latest exhibition of work by Damien Hirst focuses on one of his main muses: pharmaceuticals.

Sherlock Holmes comes to the Museum of London

Sally Saunders goes deducing at the Museum of London.

Steve McQueen: Ashes, Thomas Dane Gallery

Ashes is a two part exhibition. The darkened gallery at 3, Duke Street St. James’s is filled with the onscreen image of a young black man sitting on the prow of a small boat with his back to us (main picture).

Mirrorcity review reflections on a relentless rush of nonsense

This art show for the digital age is a catastrophic mix of the harebrained and the talentless and it heralds disaster for London's artistic ambitions.