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Installation & Multimedia

Will David Bowie attend his best-selling show? Curators try to entice the Thin White Duke to the seat with the clearest view

David Bowie has already broken records for the V&A and the major retrospective of his career has not even opened yet. Whether the man himself will attend remains a mystery, and today the curators begged the media to help entice the Thin White Duke to the

V&A curator hopeful David Bowie will attend exhibition

Victoria Broackes says she 'hopes he will come', as pre-sale tickets continue to set new records.

Bernadette Corporation: 2000 Wasted Years - ICA

2000 Wasted Years is the first UK retrospective by the New York based Bernadette Corporation. The exhibition recasts the works authored by the group since their inception in the early '90s. The origins of Bernadette Corporation lie in the organisation

Michael Landy: Four Walls - Whitworth Art Gallery

In 1977 Michael Landy’s father, John Landy, a miner, was seriously injured in a tunnel collapse at the age of 37. Severe spinal injuries rendered him housebound and unable to return to work. In his poignant video Four Walls, Landy explores his father’

Attachment - IMT Gallery

This latest exhibition at the IMT Gallery contains a variety of works that use a wide range of different media. It also brings together artists from across Europe,all with very different artistic backgrounds.

Simon Starling: Phantom Ride - Tate Britain

The Tate Britain Commission invites an artist to develop a new work in response to the Tate Collection, highlighting the continuum of visual and intellectual ideas between historic and contemporary art. In 2013, renowned artist Simon Starling will crea

The Bride and the Bachelors, Barbican Art Gallery

It is often argued that Marcel Duchamp is the single most influential artist of the 20th century, and that Fountain, the porcelain urinal he signed R. Mutt and presented to the world in 1917, the single most influential artwork. But that’s not quite the

Duchamp Barbican exhibition The Bride and Bachelors is full and fascinating

Marcel Duchamp, who put a urinal on a plinth and changed the course of art history, is often said to be the 20th century’s most influential artist.

Walk On: A short stroll inside an artist's imagination

Why not enjoy walking in the confines of an art gallery? A collection of work created and inspired by the act of walking, includes Julian Opie's continuous computer animation, Summer, 2012, presented on a 55" LCD screen, which offers a virtual countryside

Mariko Mori and Professor Brian Cox: Art meets Science

Contemporary Japanese artist Mariko Mori and Professor Brian Cox (University of Manchester) consider how Mori's artistic practice progresses the tradition of imaginative engagement with science. This event is moderated by Heather Mayfield (NMSI).