Installation & Multimedia

The Catlin Guide 2015 - Justin Hammond

This sixth edition of the Catlin Guide showcases the UK's most talented new artists. These guides are considered to be an indispensable reference for followers of contemporary art. The latest edition will be unveiled at the London Art Fair 2015, with

Elvis at The O2: London exhibition shows Presley's legend is still growing, says Priscilla

The exhibition will feature more than 300 artefacts from Elvis Presley's Memphis home, Graceland, which represent the most intimate picture ever seen in public of Elvis’s journey from teen idol to movie star to rock icon.

Is Allen Jones's sculpture the most sexist art ever?

Zoe Williams goes among the women as fetish furniture at the RA's new show to find out.

Cathy Wilkes Exhibition - Tate Liverpool

This is the most comprehensive display of the Turner nominated artist's work to be exhibited. The exhibition brings together a decade of her work, which explores sculptural art history with more personal references. By bringing together multiple works

Elvis at the O2: The Exhibition of His Life - The O2

Chronicling the life and career of the rock 'n' roll icon, this exhibition will be the largest retrospective of Elvis in Europe. Featuring over 300 artefacts, the display will explore how Elvis mania managed to take over the world.

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.