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27 November 2018

Bridget Riley: Comprehensive New Exhibition Announced By Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery is to present a major retrospective exhibition devoted to the work of the celebrated British artist, Bridget Riley.

22 June 2018

Sculpture in the City 2018 Splashes Out On Impressive Free Exhibition

This year's annual Sculpture in the City’ exhibition (launching on 27 June) will include works from international artists including Sarah Lucas, Sean Scully and...

26 April 2018

Tate Announces 2018 Turner Prize Shortlist Online – But Was It An Accident?

London: Tate Britain has announced the 2018 shortlist for the Turner Prize on their website, this evening 25 April. 

Why Visual Artists Make The Best Musicians – Glasgow Report – Clare Henry

On one of the coldest days this year I climbed down many steps into the deep railway cut that is Glasgow's Queens Park Station....

21 March 2018

No Bums Here: Anthea Hamilton Unveils Tate Britain Commission

Tate Britain has unveiled their latest sculpture commission by 2016 Turner Prize nominee Anthea Hamilton. The Squash is an immersive installation combining performance and...

20 January 2018

Jeremy Deller Helps Relaunch 1940s School Prints Programme At Hepworth Wakefield

Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller is helping to relaunch the pioneering school prints project which brought contemporary art to children who would not otherwise...

11 December 2017


Artist Anthea Hamilton To Undertake 2018 Tate Britain Commission

Tate Britain has announced Anthea Hamilton as the next artist to undertake the Tate Britain Commission.

26 September 2017


Turner Prize Evolves To Survive In Hull By Sue Hubbard

We know it’s late September because the Turner Prize is with us again. 

8 September 2017

Vinyl Factory Pays Homage To Lisson Gallery’s 50th Anniversary

The Vinyl Factory who last year partnered with the Hayward Gallery to bring London 'The Infinite Mix’, one the best shows of the year, is...

22 December 2016


Top 10 – Hated Works Of Art

This week's Top 10 takes a look at works of art that have been hated by some but not always by all.

2 November 2016

Art Basel Miami Beach Announces 2016 Film Programme Selected By David Gryn

Art Basel Miami Beach has announced the Film Programme for the 2016 event. This year it will run from November 30 through December 4,...

8 September 2016


The Infinite Mix: Could This Be London’s Best Art Exhibition Of The Year

The Hayward Gallery has teamed up with The Vinyl Factory in what may just be the most exciting exhibition of the year. This is the...

9 August 2016


Important Neon Artworks From Emin To Kosuth Exhibited At Blackpool’s Grundy

A major new exhibition bringing together some of the most important neon artworks from the 1960s to the present day is presented this autumn at...

23 July 2016


The Inexorable Rise Of A Hybrid Creature Called The Curatist

Are there many top dancers who can’t dance? Are there many top actors who can’t act? Are there many top film directors who can’t direct? Are there...

12 July 2016


Art Car Boot Fair Prepares to Invade Hastings At Jerwood Carpark

The Art Car Boot Fair is all revved up and ready to go to the seaside with stacks of art, originals & just for...

1 June 2016


Offsite Hayward Gallery Presents Sound and Image In Contemporary Video

Pioneering new approaches to combining sounds and images, the Hayward Gallery in association with The Vinyl Factory present the gallery’s only major off-site exhibition during its two-year refurbishment at...

1 June 2016


Top Art School And College Dropouts Who Changed Our World

Oh no, not another bloody Listicle! When I first got into writing drivel for advertising, using a numbered list format was frowned upon.

27 May 2016


Rachel Whiteread Unveils Site Specific Installation In New York

The Turner Prize winning artist Rachel Whiteread has opted for a chilly but exhilarating site on New York’s Governors Island for her latest piece of...

8 March 2016


Angela de la Cruz Exhibition To Inaugurate Newly Renovated Peer Gallery

An exhibition by Angela de la Cruz, together with two new public art commissions on Hoxton Street, in the heart of East London, will...

15 January 2016


Phyllida Barlow Becomes 40th Artist In Celebrated Artist Rooms Collection

Phyllida Barlow will be the fortieth artist to join the ARTIST ROOMS collection the collection at The National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) and Tate. Her first ARTIST...

13 July 2015


Shortlisted: Four Museums Compete For £40,000 Contemporary Art Society Award

The four shortlisted museums for the annual Contemporary Art Society Award have been announced. The prize will give the winning museum a chance to commission a brand...

21 June 2015


Galleries Remain Positive About Art Basel 46: Market Round-Up

Art Basel 2015 has closed in Switzerland with exceptional stand presentations, a strong collector attendance and exceptional sales to confirm its position as the premier fair...

20 June 2015


Art Basel On A Budget Ben Austin Navigates The Possibilities

Basel on a budget.  Seemingly impossible, where even the most reasonable hotel is priced out at £250 per night, the town has seen the...

19 June 2015


Victoria Miro: Doug Aitken Opens Multiple Projects Across Europe This Summer

Victoria Miro presents a solo exhibition by Doug Aitken at the Mayfair gallery. This summer marks a significant moment in the American artist’s career...

16 June 2015

The Slade Graduate Shows A Dissection of Contemporary Life

Degree Show season is upon us once again, and a trip to the Slade School of Art is an opportunity not to be missed for...

6 June 2015


Art Basel 2015 Artlyst’s Where To Go What To See Guide

Art Basel, which take place in June every year, stages one of the world’s most important art shows for Modern and contemporary works. They bring...

26 May 2015


Doug Aitken Station to Station Project Artists Announced Barbican Centre

The Barbican has announced further programming details for Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening  — American multi-media artist Doug Aitken’s experiment in spontaneous artistic creation taking over the Centre’s...

15 May 2015


Art Basel Announces Unlimited: Presenting 74 Large-scale Works Spanning Five Decades

Art Basel’s unique platform Unlimited, a section dedicated to artworks that transcend the traditional art-fair stand, will this year present 74 projects from galleries participating in the show....

14 May 2015


Curator Kelly Large Discusses The Zabludowicz Collection, YBAs And The Establishment

The Zabludowicz Collection is presenting a major exhibition featuring over 30 leading international artists, including eight Turner Prize winners, to celebrate 20 years of...

9 May 2015


Curator Kelly Large Talks To Artlyst About The Zabludowicz Collection, Appropriation, And The Body

The Zabludowicz Collection presents a major exhibition featuring over 30 leading international artists, including eight Turner Prize winners, to celebrate 20 years of the...

21 April 2015

Paul_Cary-Kent: London Art Exhibition Choices For April 2015

CHOICES UP NOW The latest in my rolling top ten, together with previous choices which you can still see… Taus Makhacheva: Vababai Vadadai! @ Narrative...

17 April 2015


Why Art Offends: A Perfect Storm In A Teacup

Artlyst recently created a list of the most offensive works of art; so what is the difference between this and its idea of hated...