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Installation & Multimedia

Preview: Tania Kovats Oceans exhibition, Edinburgh

WHEN Tania Kovats started making an exhibition about the world’s oceans, she could hardly have guessed that in the winter of 2013-14 the subject would take on a whole new urgency.

Tania Kovats: Oceans - Fruitmarket Gallery

Oceans is an exhibition that includes an artwork that brings together water from all the world’s seas and oceans, collected with the help of a global network of people.

Actually, there is a point to Martin Creed

People tend to like Martin Creed. Although some derisory press comments were made when he won the Turner Prize in 2001 with an installation called The lights going on and off in which the lights did nothing but that in an empty room, there’s always been

United Visual Artists: Momentum - The Barbican

United Visual Artists invites you to experience a carefully choreographed sequence of light, sound and movement, which responds to the unique space of the Curve. Explore the installation at your own pace and discover how your perception of time and space

A New Order Of British Artists At Saatchi Gallery

Charles Saatchi has a reputation for finding the ‘next big thing’ in art, so when the Saatchi Gallery announced its New Order of British artists last year there was a high degree of anticipation.

Martin Creed Asks What Is Art At Hayward Gallery

Entering the opening room of this retrospective suggests that this is not going to be your typical exhibition.

Martin Creed's What's the Point of it? - in pictures

At Creed's Hayward retrospective you can wade through a room full of balloons, see wallpaper made of broccoli - and watch a car magically come to life. Here are all the highlights.

Martin Creed: What's the point of it?, review: 'a deliberate wind-up'

There’s a double-bluffing simplicity to Martin Creed’s work, with its numbered titles and bluntly explanatory tags, that appears designed to wind-up the non-expert viewer.

Martin Creed at the Hayward Gallery - video preview

Martin Creed gives Adrian Searle a glimpse into his retrospective at London's Hayward Gallery. The first major survey of Creed's work, the exhibition spans his entire career, from his balloon-filled room Half the Air in a Given Space to his imposing steel

Martin Creed: the faeces, the phallus and the Ford Focus

I duck as a huge rotating steel beam, bearing the word MOTHERS in neon, sweeps over my head.