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Installation & Multimedia

Martin Creed: the artist whose gift grabs the audience

One of Martin Creed's works of art is not a sculpture or an installation but a little essay about the tiny Italian island of Alicudi, where he bought a house in 2002.

The New Order II: British Art Today exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery

Artwork from the cream of Britain's emerging artists at Saatchi Gallery.

Martin Creed: What’s the Point of It?, Hayward Gallery - exclusive exhibition preview

When Martin Creed’s vast retrospective opens at the Hayward Gallery next week it will mark the culmination of an amazing journey since the turn of the millennium for this maverick artist.

Hyundai Motor and Tate Modern Announce Partnership

The Tate and Hyundai Motor have announced a major long-term partnership, that will allow a new series of site-specific installations in the Turbine Hall from Autumn 2015 and confirmed to 2025. This ten year partnership is the longest commitment from a

IK Prize 2014

The IK Prize is a new award celebrating creative talent in the digital industry. The winner will receive a prize of £10,000 and a £60,000 production budget to realise a digitally innovative project that will enhance people’s enjoyment of art. The winn

Siobhan Davies: Table of Contents, ICA - dance review

Siobhan Davies was one of the very first British students of contemporary dance in the late Sixties, and more than 40 years on her enquiring mind has lost none of its edge.

Interviews with artists shortlisted for the V&A’s Jameel Prize 2013

When London’s Victoria and Albert Museum opened its doors in 1857, its mission was to inspire artists, craftsmen and manufacturers by showing design excellence in its many forms.

Jake and Dinos Chapman: Come and See

Jake Chapman’s head appears from a giant vagina, like a gurning Jack Nicholson in full-on ‘Here’s Johnny!’ mode.

Jake & Dinos Chapman and Wael Shawky’s exhibitions speak of horror

Perennial enfants terribles Jake and Dinos Chapman have brought their Pandora’s toy box of Nazi models, mutant dolls and lovingly crafted art-historical sacrileges, and fashioned a house of brain-hammering horrors in the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.