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Installation & Multimedia

Gilbert & George: Scapegoating Pictures for London

Never have kisses seemed more self-consciously sardonic than in Gilbert & George’s ‘Scapegoating Pictures for London’.

Giulio Paolini: To Be Or Not To Be

Right at the start of this excellent retrospective is a lifesize image of Giulio Paolini, arms folded, wearing some cool shades (pictured).

Gilbert & George: Scapegoating Pictures for London, White Cube - exhibition review

Gilbert and George's latest images at the White Cube explore themes of paranoia, religion and atheism.

Gilbert And George Create A Scary Picture Of London

Gilbert & George are an artistic duo whose large scale works are about fear, and their signature is to always include themselves in their own artworks.

Gilbert & George exhibition: Offensive, progressive, or just anarchic?

Gilbert & George have always delighted in causing offence. In their new exhibition, the immaculately tailored pair attack religious fundamentalism, drug abuse and youth culture and have produced their most outrageous – and brilliant – works yet, says

Glasgow 2014: Scots artists take on Commonwealth

WITH Glasgow 2014’s opening just days away, a year of art celebrating and questioning Scotland and its Commonwealth past reaches a crescendo.

Halfway through 512 hours of Marina Abramovi: no one to hear you scream

Our critic revisits Abramović's residency at the Serpentine and finds its stifling silence and exam-style tasks evoke more production-line misery than mindfulness.

Shelagh Wakely, A View from a Window, Camden Arts Centre

I’ve curated nearly 70 exhibitions in my time. The most challenging was Elizabeth Frink’s  retrospective at the Royal Academy.

Gilbert & George: Scapegoating Pictures - White Cube, Bermondsey

For nearly five decades the art of Gilbert & George has created a visceral and epic depiction of modern urban existence. At its centre are always the artists themselves, who have dedicated their adult lives to their calling as ‘Living Sculptures’ –

Gilbert & George review a dirty-mouthed atheist onslaught

This new exhibition of relentless photomontages restates the double act's desire to offend on a colossal scale.