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Installation & Multimedia

Pop-up art exhibition to mark 40th anniversary of Virgin Records

Exhibition includes recreation of original Virgin Records shop on Oxford Street as well as video installations and photography It is a smallish, dingy, even squalid room with bean bags and albums and litter but it is clearly not yet unpleasant enough. "P

State of the Arts: the 2013 Turner Prize show

Speaking to Glasgow-based artist David Shrigley here at the former barracks of Ebrington in Derry/Londonderry, which hosts the Turner short list, he expressed discomfort at the "competition" element of the prize, with four artist's work shown together for

Contemporary Ukrainian Artists - Saatchi Gallery

'Contemporary Ukrainian Artists' is the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to Ukrainian contemporary art in the UK. For the first time on British soil, it brings together the works of 25 of Ukraine's most influential artists including Oleksandr Ro

Art review: Contemporary Ukrainian Artists, Saatchi Gallery, London

What does Ukrainian art bring to mind? Walking around this exhibition of miscellaneous contemporary artists, two themes are noticeable: first, the image of people watching disaster unfold, impassive. Second, the image of muscular bodies falling gracefully

Ten things you need to know about the Turner prize

Learn whose prices rose most after winning the Turner prize, who are the biggest protesters against it – and the one rule almost all juries break

Turner prize 2013: Adrian Searle's verdict on the shortlist - video review

Guardian art critic Adrian Searle visits the Turner prize exhibition in Derry.

Explicit Art By Sarah Lucas At Whitechapel Gallery

The Young British Artists (YBAs) made their name with shocking artworks.

Frieze Art Fair 2013 - review

Kittens and paint-gunning robots make child's play of this year's Frieze.

Why Frieze art fair reflects London all too well | Nick Cohen

If you doubt that London is the capital city of the global oligarchy, look around.

David Shrigley: 'I gave my book out at the pub'

Ahead of this month's Turner prize exhibition, nominee David Shrigley tells Will Self about the rewards of drawing, Warhol, and why he is giving Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth the thumbs-up.