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Sculpture

Tate Britain Commission 2014: Phyllida Barlow - Tate Britain

Sculptor Phyllida Barlow will unveil her largest and most ambitious work in London to date for the Tate Britain Commission 2014, supported by Sotheby’s, on 31 March 2014. The annual commission invites artists to make work in response to Tate’s collect

Renaissance Impressions - Royal Academy of Art

Discover the beautiful art of chiaroscuro woodcuts as we present works from two of the finest collections in the world. Conceived as independent works or based on the designs of the greatest Renaissance artists such as Parmigianino, Raphael and Titian,

Nina Canell: Near Here - Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

Swedish artist Nina Canell (born Växjö, Sweden, 1979) makes sculptures that give substance to the intangible and lightness to the physical. Drawn to the subtlety of fluctuating forces and the minutiae of perception, she traces the innate bond we have wi

Shakespeare: Greatest Living Playwright - Victoria and Albert Museum

This display celebrates the 450th birthday of William Shakespeare. Bringing together key objects from the V&A collection as well as interviews with key contemporary practitioners, the display will reveal how his plays have travelled across centuries.

Neil Ayling: Composite Order - Berloni Gallery

Composite Order presents a series of new sculptures by British artist Neil Ayling (b.1983), exploring the interiors of Venetian churches and basilica, specifically St. Giorgio Maggiore on the Palladio Island. Ayling encountered a number of these classi

Giorgio de Chirico: Myth and Mystery - Estorick Collection

Highlighting an aspect of the artist's career that many will not have seen before, this display reveals why he was one of the most important and imaginative figures of modern Italian art.

Chance – Form – Language (and a FRANZWESTigation) - Hauser & Wirth

Curated by Julian Heynen, this exhibition examines the relationship between form and chance in a selection of Hans Arp’s important but rarely seen sculptures from 1947 to 1965. In an unusual approach, Heynen positions Arp’s work alongside Passstücke

Dale Chihuly: Beyond the Object - Halcyon Gallery

A new exhibition by Dale Chihuly will open at Halcyon Gallery on 8th February. Dale Chihuly: Beyond the Object sees the American artist respond to the interior architecture of the building – transforming the New Bond Street gallery space with his distin

Ming: 50 Years That Changed China - British Museum

Between AD 1400 and 1450, China was a global superpower run by one family – the Ming dynasty – who established Beijing as the capital and built the Forbidden City. During this period, Ming China was thoroughly connected with the outside world. Chinese

Julian Stair: Quietus The Vessel, Death and the Human Body - Somerset House

Exploring the theme of death, Julian Stair presents a number of ceramic works in this new solo exhibition. It has been designed to make visitors think about the concepts of 'body' 'vessel' and 'death'.