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Installation & Multimedia

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

Artes Mundi 6 Prize

Artes Mundi 6 is a cintemporary art prize and an important exchange between the UK and the international community which takes place bi-annually. It is a great opportunity to see ground-breaking international contemporary art in the UK. This year's no

Ai Weiwei to get Royal Academy exhibition at Burlington House

Show will be first major exhibition at UK institution for artist who has been unable to leave China since being detained in 2011.

Ai Weiwei - Royal Academy of Arts

This major exhibition of the work by the honoray RA Ai Weiwei will feature many of his major works from across his career. The creative freedom such as the increasingly political aspect of his work will be a prominent feature of the exhibition.

Tracy Emin, The Last Great Adventure Is You, review: 'Emin goes back to school and lays bare her homework'

Alastair Sooke reviews Emin's new life drawing exhibition, but finds the woman more personable than the work.

A look at the Turner Prize 2014 Exhibition

When he was a photography student at Glasgow School of Art, Tris Vonna-Michell staged his own disappearance.