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Franz West: Where is My Eight, Hepworth Wakefield

The windows of Hepworth Wakefield command some attractive views, and for the present show looking out the window might even be a valid alternative to looking at the work.

Franz West: Where is My Eight? - Hepworth Wakefield

This summer The Hepworth Wakefield is dedicating its gallery spaces to a large-scale exhibition of one of the most prominent artists of our time. Franz West, who died in July 2012, achieved worldwide fame with his Passstücke [Adaptives], as well as his s

The Human Factor, Hayward Gallery

When a large and ambitious group exhibition is mounted on a particular theme or subject, in this case the human figure in contemporary sculpture, it’s...

The Human Factor at the Hayward Gallery

What links Jesus, Hitler and a man with a beehive for a head? They all feature in the Hayward Gallery’s new sculpture show, that’s what. Time Out gets under the skin of ‘The Human Factor’.

The Human Factor, Hayward Gallery - exhibition review

A survey of the past 25 years in sculpture is as weird, realistic, creepy and fantastic as you’d want it to be, says Ben Luke.

Helena Bonham-Carter; The Human Factor

Tonight, Helena Bonham-Carter talks to Kirsty Lang about her role in The Young And Prodigious T.S.Spivet - and on the unusual part her own brother played in her upcoming film, Suffragette.

Helena Bonham-Carter; The Human Factor

Tonight, Helena Bonham-Carter talks to Kirsty Lang about her role in The Young And Prodigious T.S.Spivet - and on the unusual part her own brother played in her upcoming film, Suffragette.

The Human Factor - Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre

The Human Factor: The Figure in Contemporary Sculpture brings together major works by 25 leading international artists who have fashioned new ways of using the human form.

Phyllida Barlow: The sculptor on splodges, what she learnt from her mother - and not teaching the YBAs

I've been called 'the mistress of the splodge' [in recognition of her preference for sculpting rounded works], which I rather like.

‘Body & Void: Echoes of Moore in Contemporary Art’ at Perry Green

The temptation to regard Henry Moore as the father of 20th-century British sculpture is strong.