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Installation & Multimedia

Participatory Performance Art With Marina Abramovic

Marina Abramovic is known for radical pieces of performance art.

The Human Factor exhibition review: Investigating the body politic at the Hayward Gallery

A young ballerina stands primly with her hands behind her back, pointing her toes. She is a headless mannequin, a sculpture by the artist Yinka Shonibare. She seems docile, but she is not. When you walk around her, you find that she is hiding a huge gun b

Marina Abramović: 512 Hours review an elaborate exercise in mindfulness

For six days a week all summer, Marina Abramović will be performing at the Serpentine Gallery with you, her audience. Our critic went along, and left feeling mainly hot and bothered.

Ed Atkins - Serpentine Gallery

Centred around an augmented and appended version of the new multi-screen video work Ribbons, Atkins’s exhibition transforms the Serpentine Sackler Gallery into a submersive environment of syncopated sounds, bodies and spaces. This is his largest solo ex

Marina Abramoviç, 512 Hours, Serpentine Gallery

I’ll admit, there's a scene that made me well up during the excellent Marina Abramovic biopic The Artist is Present.

Marina Abramović interview: 'I see the artist as a servant'

She trained Gaga, danced with Jay Z and had a loaded gun pointed at her in the name of art.

Marina Abramovi review 'Who knows what might happen?'

"Close your eyes and think of the void," Marina Abramović announces. "The void is also a cinema screen."

Marina Abramovic; Hotel; Emma Healey; Crowd Out

Performance artist Marina Abramovic discusses her new project 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery in London in which there is no art on display, simply Abramovic herself welcoming 300 visitors a day to an empty gallery space.

Marina Abramovic; Hotel; Emma Healey; Crowd Out

Performance artist Marina Abramovic discusses her new project 512 Hours at the Serpentine Gallery in London in which there is no art on display, simply Abramovic herself welcoming 300 visitors a day to an empty gallery space.

Museum of Water - Somerset House, London

A melted snowman. Droplets from a baby’s bath. Sacred draughts from an Indian river. Just some of the items donated to London’s newest museum. In the atmospheric underground spaces of Somerset House, Amy Sharrocks invites you to consider our relations