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Installation & Multimedia

Victoriana: The Art of Revival - Guildhall Art Gallery

From the macabre to the quaint, the sensational to the surreal, ‘Victoriana: The Art of Revival’ is the first ever exhibition in the UK to offer a major examination of Victorian revivalism in all its forms. Featuring graphic design, film, photograp

Sarah Lucas on being as provocative as ever

Sarah Lucas may have mellowed since her hard-partying days as a leading Young British Artist, but her work still combines a feminist agenda with a bawdy physicality and a joyous wit.

Dig, The Odeon Site, review

Daniel Silver's ambitious installation is tour de force, says Richard Dormett.

A riveting return to Victorian values

One's first thought on visiting the Guildhall Art Gallery's new exhibition of contemporary takes on Victoriana is “why hasn't this been done before?” Our artistic view of the Victorian era is so stuck in the sentimentality of its narrative pictures an

Moniker Art Fair 2013

Moniker Art Fair returns for its fourth year, having firmly established itself as London’s premiere event for contemporary art with its roots embedded in urban culture. Building on the foundations of three years’ experience and innovation, 2013 see

Holy infographics: the bible visualised

'God is in the detail' - the expression may have been overshadowed by the newer 'the devil is in the detail' but for some people the original idiom still holds true. Scholars have been visualising the holy texts for years but recently, they've taken a tur

Open Cube

You can pretty much ignore the curatorial premise here, which is all about opening up the gallery to new artistic networks.

Open Cube - White Cube Gallery, Mason's Yard

Curated by Adriano Pedrosa, this exhibition showcases the work of 17 artists, who applied through Art Agenda in January this year. The work on display challenges the White Cube's identity and its use of space.

Exhibition of the week: Mostly West: Franz West and Artistic Collaborations, Inverleith House, Edinburgh

Franz West, who died a year ago, was the most lovable of Austrian artists. Described as a prankster, he was engaging in the way that he worked to attract the viewer to interact with his sculptures and installations.

Transmitted Live: Nam June Paik Resounds, Talbot Rice Gallery, review

Though jarring and difficult to watch, this is an exhibition fizzing with energy and ideas, says Alastair Sooke.