Jeremy Deller curates this exhibition which examines the impact of the Industrial Revolution on British culture.
The display will explore the trauma of the Industrial Revolution and the effect it had on British society.
The bawdy euphemisms, repressed truths, erotic delights and sculptural possibilities of the sexual body lie at the heart of Sarah Lucas’s work (b. 1962). First coming to prominence in the 1990s with a show at London’s City Racing memorably titled, Pen
The V&A has commissioned leading contemporary artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset to create a major site-specific installation in the former Textile Galleries.
'Tomorrow' will transform these galleries into an apartment belonging to a fictional,
From the macabre to the quaint, the sensational to the surreal, ‘Victoriana: The Art of Revival’ is the first ever exhibition in the UK to offer a major examination of Victorian revivalism in all its forms.
Featuring graphic design, film, photograp
Moniker Art Fair returns for its fourth year, having firmly established itself as London’s premiere event for contemporary art with its roots embedded in urban culture.
Building on the foundations of three years’ experience and innovation, 2013 see
Curated by Adriano Pedrosa, this exhibition showcases the work of 17 artists, who applied through Art Agenda in January this year.
The work on display challenges the White Cube's identity and its use of space.
In his most ambitious solo exhibition yet, Brian Griffiths has created an installation which contains deadpan humour. He also showcases a number of sculptures which become space fillers, objects to be skirted around or get lost in.
(Image: Brian Griff
The directors of Blain|Southern are delighted to present the gallery’s first solo exhibition by Gilberto Zorio. Bringing together seminal sculptures from the 1960s, a number of recent works and new site-specific installations, this is the artist’s fir
This is the first solo exhibition of Sturtevant's work in the UK. Known for the repetition of works by other artists, her influence has grown over the past twenty years.
Since 2000, her work has embraced film and video - examining the nature of our im
The Benin artist Meschac Gaba first conceived the Museum of Contemporary African Art during his 1996–7 residency at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam. He describes finding ‘another reality’ when visiting museums in Europe, a reali