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Installation & Multimedia

Anselm Kiefer - Royal Academy of Arts

This is the most significant exhibition of the German artist's work. Spanning 40 years, the display focuses on his works in sculpture, painting and installation. In his work he draws on history, folklore and literature.

Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America - Saatchi Gallery

This latest exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery focuses on the work from Latin America and Africa. Includes work by Boris Nzebo and Fredy Alzate.

Welcome to Iraq

Originally displayed in the Iraqi pavilion during least year’s Venice Biennale (only the second time the country has participated in the global art megalith), this fascinating exhibition is a primer on artists working in Iraq – as opposed to the sizea

Huge ants are the stars of the show at the Saatchi Gallery

The visitor to Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America at the Saatchi Gallery is confronted by sculptures of huge ants, crawling all over the walls of the first room.

BMW Tate Live: Joëlle Tuerlinckx - Tate Modern

Joëlle Tuerlinckx presents a new ‘lecture opera’ entitled «THAT’S IT!» (+ 3 free minutes) that brings together live music, projected images, spoken word and timed movement of the projectors, blinds and screens in Tate Modern’s Starr Auditorium.

Welcome To Iraq At South London Gallery

One of the many highlights of last year’s Venice Biennale was the Iraqi pavilion.

Welcome to Iraq - South London Gallery

The South London Gallery presents a restaging of the group exhibition, Welcome to Iraq, originally shown as part of the National Pavilion of Iraq in the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013. Works in a variety of media by eleven contemporary artists, most of whom

Welcome to Iraq, art review: New exhibition shows country in whole new light

I assumed that the title of this exhibition - Welcome to Iraq – was a sardonic nod to the violence and desperation that has been inflicted on that country over the decade since the US-led invasion in 2003.

Haim Steinbach interview: 'The house is a shelf, the road is a shelf'

New Yorker Haim Steinbach has been lining up shop-bought and second-hand items (examples: Nike trainers, dog chews and boxes of soap powder) along with the occasional highbrow artefact on shelves since the 1970s.

Haim Steinbach: Once Again the World is Flat - Serpentine Gallery

The show includes key works from his forty year career, during which he has re-defined the status of the object in art. On display will be major new works, reconfigured historical installations and a number of grid-based paintings from the early 1970s.