Sculpture

‘Ming: 50 Years that Changed China’ at the British Museum

An autumn blockbuster show will explore a Chinese dynasty that has telling parallels with today’s world.

Joan Fontcuberta: Stranger than Fiction, Science Museum, London

The Catalan artist and curator has created a brilliant show of faked artefacts and photographs, executed with maximum plausibility

Paradise - Tyntesfield & Leigh Woods

Over the Summer months, the mansion of Tyntesfield and Leigh Woods will become the home for six new installations. Visitors will be able to interact with the artwork through touch, smell and taste.

Art in the Park - Jephson Gardens, Leamington Spa

For the first time, Jephson Gardens in Leamington Spa is the setting for a contemporary art festival filled with plenty of events for all the family. The two-day event will be showcasing a selection of painting, photography, sculpture and crafts by lo

The Fault in Our Stars, The Silkworm, Making Stalin Laugh, Making Colour, The Human Factor

The Fault In Our Stars, starring Shailene Woodley, is the screen adaptation of John Green's best selling young adult novel of the same name about a pair of love struck teenagers both of whom are terminally ill with cancer.

The Fault in Our Stars, The Silkworm, Making Stalin Laugh, Making Colour, The Human Factor

The Fault In Our Stars, starring Shailene Woodley, is the screen adaptation of John Green's best selling young adult novel of the same name about a pair of love struck teenagers both of whom are terminally ill with cancer.

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’.