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Installation & Multimedia

Turner Prize 2014, Tate Britain, review: Frustratingly timid

The single moment of wonder in this year’s Turner Prize exhibition comes in James Richards’ film installation, Rosebud (2013). A flickering black and white series of images on a large monitor show what appears to be a budgerigar perched on a hand, res

Tracey Emin: Where does that girl go? Where does that youth go?

At 51, and on the eve of a major new exhibition, Tracey Emin talks to Rachel Cooke about mortality, motherhood and why she is so driven.

Ai Weiwei takes his place among the greats amid the opulence of Blenheim

Modern chinoiserie and myths of east and west meet in a chaotic, hilarious, liberating vision of history gone mad.

Cerith Wyn Evans interview: 'If people go away mystified, maybe it’s good'

He's known for beaming Morse code messages via chandeliers and writing poetic texts in fireworks. Yet, as he installs a new show at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Cerith Wyn Evans tells Time Out that he is no romantic.

Cerith Wyn Evans, Serpentine Sackler Gallery - exhibition review

You needn’t decipher Cerith Wyn Evans's complex references, it's more important is to become immersed in the show’s reflections and echoes.

Cerith Wyn Evans - Serpentine Gallery

This major solo show presents a varied body of work brought together ‘in concert’, and Wyn Evans has described the exhibition as “responding to the spaces which examine the transformative ‘Site/Sight/Cite’ effects that light, sound and duration

Trisha Donnelly: Exhibition - Serpentine Gallery

American artist Trisha Donnelly stages an exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery. The exhibition has many states, shifting with the time, light and nature of each day. “I like late in the day. I like the day to night transfer, I like the desaturatio

Trisha Donnelly, Serpentine Gallery, review: 'a calculated non-event'

Trisha Donnelly's uninspiring exhibition left Mark Hudson staring at the lighting vents.

Against Captain's Orders: A Journey into the Uncharted - Punchdrunk - National Maritime Museum

Cast yourself off into an exciting world of maritime history, derring-do and adventure in this new family exhibition. With so much history secured in one museum – so many objects, so many stories, so many doorways to other times and other worlds –