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Installation & Multimedia

Turner prize 2014: the shortlisted artists' work - in pictures

From dancers performing maths equations and censored raunch in a Japanese library to mighty memory quests, the Turner prize 2014 shortlist is a fascinating, if demanding, mix.

Turner prize 2014 shortlist unveiled

The 30th Turner prize will be contested by four artists who are almost impossible to pigeonhole, using techniques that include film, storytelling, installation and screenprinting.

Giulio Paolini: To Be Or Not To Be - Whitechapel Gallery

This is the first major exhibition of the Italian artist's work since 1980, featuring key works from the 1960's right up until the present day. There is also a brand new installation that has been especially created for this show. Referencing William

Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America, Saatchi Gallery - exhibition review

A globetrotting new show offers astonishing enchantment and terrible beauty — if you ignore the curatorial gobbledegook crawling over it, says Brian Sewell.

Penumbra - VERB - APT Gallery

Penumbra is VERB’s debut art exhibition. This show will present a selection of 11 artistsʼ work that demonstrates the beauty, vitality and contradictions inherent within transitional states. The exhibition will run from 1 May until 18 May 2014 at A.P.T

Made in Spring - Plasnewydd Road, Roath, Cardiff

‘Made in Spring’ is already established as a firm favourite in the Roath calendar. Running since 2010, it gives artists, musicians, makers and performers an opportunity to be experimental in response to the season, May Day ritual and the political ann

Anselm Kiefer - Royal Academy of Arts

This is the most significant exhibition of the German artist's work. Spanning 40 years, the display focuses on his works in sculpture, painting and installation. In his work he draws on history, folklore and literature.

Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America - Saatchi Gallery

This latest exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery focuses on the work from Latin America and Africa. Includes work by Boris Nzebo and Fredy Alzate.

BMW Tate Live: Joëlle Tuerlinckx - Tate Modern

Joëlle Tuerlinckx presents a new ‘lecture opera’ entitled «THAT’S IT!» (+ 3 free minutes) that brings together live music, projected images, spoken word and timed movement of the projectors, blinds and screens in Tate Modern’s Starr Auditorium.

Welcome to Iraq - South London Gallery

The South London Gallery presents a restaging of the group exhibition, Welcome to Iraq, originally shown as part of the National Pavilion of Iraq in the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013. Works in a variety of media by eleven contemporary artists, most of whom