Installation & Multimedia

Silent Partners; Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure Is You review from mannequins to life models

A riveting show at the Fitzwilliam looks at the use and abuse of mannequins in art, while Tracey Emins words and images find a new harmony.

Silent Partners; Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure Is You review from mannequins to life models

A riveting show at the Fitzwilliam looks at the use and abuse of mannequins in art, while Tracey Emins words and images find a new harmony.

Tracey Emin Is Back With More Of The Same

Tracey Emin, alongside Damien Hirst, is one of a few contemporary artists who can be considered a household name; and just like Hirst, she divides opinions – especially around her more sensationalist works.

Damien Hirst exhibition review: Schizophrenogenesis is a bitter pill to swallow

The Wunderkid of the Brit-Art Nineties is about to reach his half century. Where to go next? What about backwards?

Mirrorcity: London Artists on Fiction and Reality - Hayward Gallery

This latest exhibition at the Hayward gallery shows recent work and new commissions by key emerging and established artists working in London today. The artworks are presented in a variety of media, with the exhibition addressing the effect of digital med

Marcel Duchamp: exhibition to celebrate father of conceptual art

Fifty artists including Peter Blake and Cornelia Parker take part to show how the master of readymades influenced them.

Damien Hirst's moment has passed

Damien HIrst's art has lost its edge, says Mark Hudson.

Inside Damien Hirst's new exhibition with Alastair Sooke

The Telegraph's Art Critic Alastair Sooke gives his verdict from inside Damien Hirst's new exhibition, Schizophrenogenesis.

Upping the dose: Damien Hirst's pill-popping show Schizophrenogenesis

‘Pills are a brilliant little form, better than any minimalist art. They’re all designed to make you buy them’, says Damien Hirst of one of his chief muses: pharmaceuticals.

Gfest - Gaywise Festival

Since being founded in 2007 by arts charity Wise Thoughts, this festival has become a major annual event in the cultural calandar. This year's theme is myths and mythology which seeks to explore commonly held ideas and misconceptions surrounding LGBTQI co