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Installation & Multimedia

Artangel installation at Van Gogh house, Brixton, London – review

The artist’s former home in south London is the site of an atmospheric new work.

It's Turner Prize time again, with Scots to the fore

Scots feature prominently in nominees for this year's Turner Prize, with a shortlist that meets the usual standard of built-in controversy.

Turner Prize 2014 nominations: our verdict

After its 2013 city break in Derry-Londonderry, the Turner Prize is back where it belongs at Tate Britain for its thirtieth anniversary.

Turner Prize 2014 - Tate Britain

The Turner Prize is a contemporary art award that was set up in 1984 to celebrate new developments in contemporary art. It is awarded each year to ‘a British artist under fifty for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the twe

Yes These Eyes are the Windows - Artangel

Why does this house have a blue plaque? One narrative emerges from oral histories and press archives. Another, woven in, exposes the drama inherent in a place rendered extraordinary by its past occupants.

Four relatively-unknown artists shortlisted for Turner prize 2014

Duncan Campbell, Ciara Phillips, James Richards and Tris Vonna-Michell produce serious work, says chair of judges.

Turner Prize 2014 shortlist: Duncan Campbell and Ciara Phillips among nominees

An artist who shows sexual images that have been censored with sandpaper and one who uses spoken word performances are among those nominated for this year's Turner Prize in a list that has ignored established names in favour of "looking to the future".

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