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My Bed

This work of art represents the state of a women who has not left her bed for several days due to suicidal depression brought on by relationship difficulties. 59 more words


Turner (Prize) and hooch

Forget Islamic State, forget Scottish independence, forget Ukraine, only one news story should be on Radio 4 right now: Turner Prize nominations. That this annually unmomentous occasion is upon us once again reflects chiefly the fact that Tate Britain has decided not to axe it, despite assiduously chopping away at the rest of its contemporary programme (remember Art Now? 478 more words

Art In And Around Hackney

Artists create abstract idents for BBC Four

A group of Turner Prize artists has created idents for BBC Four’s new abstract season.

‘BBC Four Goes Abstract: When Art Broke Free’ sees original idents by… 77 more words


TateShots: Dexter Dalwood

In this film British artist Dexter Dalwood talks to us at Tate St Ives, where an exhibition of his work spanning the last 12 years is on show.

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Telus Garden: public art to feature sculptural lanterns by Martin Boyce

New public art at Telus Garden will include sculptural lanterns designed to create a soft, evocative light by Turner Prize-winning artist Martin Boyce.

Called Lantern Chains, the lanterns will run along interior alleys on the site. 412 more words

Breaking News

Playing to the Gallery: Grayson Perry's self-help guide to art.

Seeing [...] establishes our place in the surrounding world; we explain that world with words, but word can never undo the fact that we are surrounded by it. 321 more words


The Glasgow Miracle

‘The Glasgow Miracle’ is a term that has been on the lips of critics and artists since at least 1996, when Swiss curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist first used it to describe Glasgow’s contemporary art scene. 727 more words