Installation & Multimedia

Grayson Perry: Who Are You?, National Portrait Gallery - exhibition review

Grayson Perry’s new show is rollickingly entertaining and funny. But visually, it’s a bit hideous.

Risk - Turner Contemporary

This will be the first UK exhibition to explore the relationship between risk and art. It will feature works by artists such as Marcel Duchamp, Marina Abramovic and JMW Turner. Art has always involved risk and exploring the unknown and this exhibition

Grayson Perry: Who Are You, National Portrait Gallery, review: Sublimely beautiful

Entering the National Portrait Gallery it becomes clear that Grayson Perry CBE has become a national phenomenon.

Grayson Perry’s Tapestries And Pottery: Snapshots Of Modern Life

Grayson Perry won the Turner prize in 2003 but it’s only recently that he has transitioned into a household name.

Grayson Perry: the polarising potter who sashayed from Essex to ubiquity

From a tough childhood to the Turner Prize, the potter is still not sure who he or she is, says William Langley.

Jake & Dinos Chapman: In the Realm of the Unmentionable, Jerwood Gallery, review: 'horrifying'

This is exactly what you would expect from Jake & Dinos Chapman, says Mark Hudson.

Jake & Dinos Chapman: In the Realm of the Unmentionable - Jerwood Gallery

This major new show from the duo will feature previously unseen works as well as pieces that have been made specially for the exhibition. It will continue the brothers' exploration of issues such as consumer culture, Western identity and human mortality.

Richard Tuttle, Whitechapel Gallery, review: 'an acquired taste'

Tuttle's art is not for everyone, but Richard Dorment can't get enough of the minimalist's retrospective.

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.