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Installation & Multimedia

Turner Prize 2013: 'Nothing that shocks'

A posse of random people accosting visitors in a gallery foyer. A collection of whimsical doodles. A filmmaker who falsifies her biographical details. Paintings that look like portraits but aren’t.

Turner Prize 2013: nominees in pictures

Artworks by the four contenders for the Turner Prize, whose winner is announced on December 2: from David Shrigley's comic drawings and installations to Laure Prouvost's unpredictable films.

The shocking truth: Why Jake and Dinos Chapman's tactics are wearing thin

If you are going to hold a show of the brothers Jake and Dinos Chapman, the Serpentine’s new Sackler Gallery is as good a place as any.

Interview: Egyptian artist Wael Shawky on faith, oil, politics – and puppetry

I am less than gracious when a dawn alarm tugs me from my bed on a Saturday morning to watch the first part of Al Araba Al Madfuna, the artist Wael Shawky’s latest film.

Wael Shawky: Myths and Legends - Serpentine Gallery

This is the first major exhibition for the Egyptian artist in London and it examines the territory between truth and legend. As one of the most exciting artists from the Middle East, this display will feature his works in film, installations and perfo

Jake and Dinos Chapman: Come and See, Serpentine Sackler Gallery

The Chapman brothers hijack our affections by being brilliant and funny.

Jameel Prize - Victoria & Albert Museum

The Jameel Prize is an international award for contemporary art and design inspired by Islamic tradition. Its aim is to explore the relationship between Islamic traditions of art, craft and design and contemporary work as part of a wider debate about Isla

Jake and Dinos Chapman: Come and See, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, review

The Chapman Brothers are up to their old tricks in a new show at the Serpentine Gallery, says Alastair Sooke.

Jake and Dinos Chapman: Come and See - Serpentine Gallery

This new exhibition from the duo shows the range of their output from drawings to sculpture and films. The display examines their confrontational work, which approaches controversial subjects with dark humour.