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Conrad Shawcross: Timepiece - Roundhouse

Time: a familiar framework for all our lives, but a fundamentally peculiar concept. Timepiece is a major new installation that encourages us to take a fresh look at something we all take for granted. Suspended above the Roundhouse’s epic Main Space w

Art Under Attack: Histries of British Iconoclasm - Tate Britain

This is the first exhibition to examine the history of physical attacks on art in Britain, from the 16th century to the present day. The display will also explore the movements and causes which have led to attacks on art. The exhibition will also be d

Eduardo Paolozzi: Collaging Culture - Pallant House Gallery

This is a major retrospective of one of the most imaginative artists to come to the public's attention after the second World War. Displaying over 150 works, the exhibition will show Paolozzi's creative approach to making art and the importance of usi

Michael Lyons Artist's Rocks: Echo & Revelation - Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Michael Lyons played an important role in the founding of YSP and was a member of the management committee for 15 years from its inception in 1977. This display marks the artist’s 70th birthday and runs concurrently with exhibitions at 108 Fine Art, Har

Sculpture in the City

In the eastern part of the City of London, exciting sculptures from some of the world’s leading artists will be unveiled on street corners and in public squares on 20 June. For 12 months, visitors, workers and residents can discover 10 art installati

Serge Alain Nitegeka - Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) and NIROX Foundation, South Africa, are delighted to announce the start of an ongoing collaboration to celebrate and support contemporary art practice and its appreciation in the UK and Africa. The first project, funded by T

Helen Chadwick: Works from the Estate - Richard Saltoun Gallery

To celebrate what would have been Helen Chadwick's 60th Birthday, the Richard Saltoun Gallery presents this exhibition filled with photographs and sculptures by the artist. Helen Chadwick was one of the most important artists to emerge during the 1980

Upfest Festival

Started in 2008, this now annual festival invites visitors to see world class painters and illustrators at work. This year's festival running from the 25th to the 27th of May, focuses on graffiti and many street and illustration artists will take over sev

Josephsohn - Yorkshire Sculpture Park

This exhibition examines the sculptures and drawings of the late Zurich based artist Hans Josephsohn. His 60 year career saw him capturing the intimacy and experience of the human form and this display of work shows how he worked.

Michael Landy: Saints Alive - National Gallery

Saints have been considered as part of sacred art as opposed to contemporary art, but Michael Landy looks to change this with this latest display at the National gallery. The large scale sculptures that Landy has created are fragments of National Gall