Visual Arts

Love is Enough: William Morris & Andy Warhol - Modern Art Oxford

Love is Enough draws together iconic and rarely seen works by two giants of the 19th and 20th centuries. This unconventional combination of artists’ work is curated by Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller who cites Morris and Warhol as his two grea

Audrey Hepburn got big break here, says National Portrait Gallery ahead of new exhibition

In the heady trajectory of Audrey Hepburn’s career, it’s easy to forget her humble beginnings on the London West End stage.

Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Icon - National Portrait Gallery

Illustrating the life and career of one of the world's most photographed women, this exhibition will feature over 60 images from throughout her life. From her humble beginnings as chorus girl to one of the most famous women in the world, this display feat

William Gibson; Marco Polo; Chimera; Conflict Time Photography; Concerning Violence

William Gibson's novel The Peripheral is set in 2 dystopian futures filled with drugs, 3D printers, high-tech surveillance and various legally dubious practices. When readers are immersed in a complete universe of newness, how do they orientate themselves

William Gibson; Marco Polo; Chimera; Conflict Time Photography; Concerning Violence

William Gibson's novel The Peripheral is set in 2 dystopian futures filled with drugs, 3D printers, high-tech surveillance and various legally dubious practices. When readers are immersed in a complete universe of newness, how do they orientate themselves

William Gibson; Marco Polo; Chimera; Conflict Time Photography; Concerning Violence

William Gibson's novel The Peripheral is set in 2 dystopian futures filled with drugs, 3D printers, high-tech surveillance and various legally dubious practices. When readers are immersed in a complete universe of newness, how do they orientate themselves

William Blake: Apprentice and Master - Ashmolean Museum

This exhibition of work by the poet, painter and printmaker explores the various strands of his career and how he influenced younger printmakers such as Samuel Palmer. "This exhibition does not quite do justice to his vision" - The Independent

Duncan Campbell Announced as Winner of the 2014 Turner Prize

The Turner Prize has been awarded to Duncan Campbell for his 2013 film It For Others it has been announced. In a ceremony last night at Tate Britain, the £25,000 prize was presented to the artist by British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor. This year is th

Tomorrow: London - South London Gallery

Profiling the work of 11 London-based artists, this exhibition is the first in a series of Paddle8 auctions to raise funds for public institutions. The display celebrates the diversity of creative practice in London by presenting a mix of sculpture,pa

William Blake's printing and engraving: New show does not do his vision justice

“I must create a system or be enslaved by another man’s,” wrote William Blake (1757-1827), poet, artist, and visionary in the true sense: he had visions of angels in the trees of Peckham Rye when he was a boy.