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Installation & Multimedia

Chapmans at the Serpentine: Ronald McDonald, Nazis and Daniel Craig as a gorilla

Dressed in Ku Klux Klan pointy-hatted smocks, rainbow-striped socks and hippy sandals, an audience of mannequins stalk Jake and Dinos Chapman's Come and See at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery.

Turner Prize switches the focus from art to personalities: from the archive, 27 November 1986

A reward for outstanding new work or a vague pat on the back for the art world? Not everyone likes the Turner Prize, the question is why.

Project Space: Inverted House - Tate Modern

This exhibition showcases the work of Tina Gverović and Siniša Ilić, curated in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade. It is their first UK museum show.

Jake and Dinos Chapman: the last YBAs standing on their Sackler Gallery show

It is a sunny autumn morning at the Chapman Brothers' studio in Hackney Wick.

Ayşe Erkmen: Intervals

The theatre backdrop is an artistic form often overlooked, but the overlooked is what Turkish artist Ayse Erkmen specialises in.

Faster than Sound Project

A Faster than Sound commissioned installation by Atom Egoyan and John Wynne, inspired by Britten’s Nocturnal after John Dowland, written for guitarist Julian Bream in 1963. Nocturnal uses the theme from John Dowland’s lute song Come Heavy Sleep and wa

Art review: Turner Prize 2013 | Willie Doherty: Unseen

I had forgotten just how much fun life drawing could be. There’s just me, a naked man and as much charcoal as a girl can eat. But something’s not quite right. The proportions are all wonky, the model is unusually tall and every 10 minutes there’s an

Aggressively sexual: Sarah Lucas' SITUATION Absolute Beach Man Rubble at Whitechapel Gallery

It's not often I leave an exhibition feeling nauseated, but something in the combination of fried eggs, toilets and floor-to-ceiling images of disembodied genitals did the trick.

Turner Prize 2013, Ebrington Barracks, Derry-Londonderry

There's a definite feel-good vibe to this year's exhibition of the four shortlisted artists.

TateShots: Turner Prize 2013 Nominee, David Shrigley

A visit with Turner Prize 2013 nominee David Shrigley in his Glasgow studio, and in Derry~Londonderry with the installation of his new work.