The Benin artist Meschac Gaba first conceived the Museum of Contemporary African Art during his 1996–7 residency at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam. He describes finding ‘another reality’ when visiting museums in Europe, a reali
Tim Head returns to Modern Art Oxford this September to show a new installation – Displacement - a virtual object placed in a physical space.
A circle of coloured light – red on one side and violet on the other – stands at the centre of the galle
Dreamer, jester, melancholic and optimist, Friedrich Kunath is an enigmatic presence in the work he creates. This September, Modern Art Oxford presents his first solo exhibition in a UK public gallery in which four new paintings and a number of new sculpt
Joining forces with the UK’s innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board, the Design Museum reveals the changes to manufacturing that are transforming the world.
Titled ‘The Future is Here’, this latest exhibition examines how new manufactu
This exhibition by Mark Amerika (US) and Shu Lea Cheang (US/FR) at Furtherfield Gallery marks a significant moment for contemporary art. Amerika and Cheang are both 'net native' artists. They share many of the obsessions of the growing multitude of artist
This autumn, Turkish artist Ayşe Erkmen produces an ambitious new work for the Barbican.
From fairy tale landscapes, to realistic interiors and abstract designs, a series of scenic backdrops move up and down, dividing the gallery.
The backdrops be
Ten artists and collectives ask the question 'what if?' in this latest exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery. Each of the artists examine possible futures for the economy, environment and society.
Featuring installations and events, this display engag
This exhibition examines how we use our voice as a tool to assert our prescence in the world. By bringing together audio documentary, performance, text and sound, the display takes a moment to listen to the harmony of voices rising.
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