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Sculpture

Adrián Villar Rojas: welcome to planet clay - in pictures

Kurt Cobain, kissing kittens and tray upon tray of apples ... artist Adrián Villar Rojas wants to recreate the whole world in clay – then watch it crumble before his eyes. Ahead of his forthcoming show, the first in the Serpentine's new Sackler Gallery

Adrián Villar Rojas at London's new Serpentine Sackler gallery - video preview

Argentinian artist Adrián Villar Rojas gives Jonathan Jones a sneak preview of his exhibition titled Today We Reboot the Planet, the inaugural show at the new Serpentine Sackler gallery which opens in London's Hyde Park on 28 September. The young artist

Sarah Lucas: Situation - Whitechapel Gallery

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

Antony Gormley: UK business could learn from Japan's support for the arts

British business could learn valuable lessons from Japan, which has a tradition of corporate philanthropy that views spending on creativity and the arts as a duty, according to sculptor Antony Gormley.

Victoriana: The Art of Revival - Guildhall Art Gallery

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

Mira Schendel: the refugee from Nazi Europe who settled in São Paulo

As Tate Modern stages the first international exhibition of works by Mira Schendel, we look at some of the vast body of work made by one of the towering figures of Brazilian modernism The artist Mira Schendel first saw Brazil, the country that would beco

Francis Bacon/Henry Moore, Ashmolean Museum, review

A curious exhibition comparing two titans of British art can have only one winner, says Alastair Smart.

Sarah Lucas on being as provocative as ever

Sarah Lucas may have mellowed since her hard-partying days as a leading Young British Artist, but her work still combines a feminist agenda with a bawdy physicality and a joyous wit.

A riveting return to Victorian values

One's first thought on visiting the Guildhall Art Gallery's new exhibition of contemporary takes on Victoriana is “why hasn't this been done before?” Our artistic view of the Victorian era is so stuck in the sentimentality of its narrative pictures an

Richard Deacon: Exhibition - Tate Britain

Tate Britain presents a retrospective of the work of Richard Deacon, winner of the Turner Prize. Featuring 40 pieces of his work, the display celebrates his use of form and shows his interest in working with a wide range of materials.