Live & Public Art
From Antony Gormley's Angel of the North to the Fourth Plinth, Live and Public Art has never been more visible. Track this modern phenomenon here with Culture24 news, reviews, event listings, websites and resources drawn from the art and gallery world.
Ben Miller reports from Liverpool where the city's Light Night reveals how a festival can really galvanise a city's imaginative after-hours culture.
The premiere of a new work by light magicians rAndom International hit the headlines at London's Horniman. There was music, dancing and poetry. Gin also materialised.
Artist Gavin Turk's occult new sculptures are among the after-hours attractions in the West country. Mark Sheerin explores the power of pyramids.
Gavin Turk is heading to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery for Museums at Night. Here he tells Mark Sheerin about the power of the pyramids and other wisdom from the east.
The Chapman Brothers' Museums at Night event at the Jerwood Gallery in Hastings may have raised a few eyebrows, but as Jake Chapman explains, "no-one's going to get hurt..."
The Swiss artist's first major commission in the UK uses projected metallic shapes to create an illusion across buildings spanning 542 metres.
An installation art duo are carrying out a reclamation of the "oddly significant" artefacts from a doomed set of labs where leading scientists once worked in London.
In a commission for this month's Brighton Festival, artist James Bridle has created a scale representation of the reaper drones which cast deadly shadows over modern war.
A touring collection of 100 sculptures by Randy Klein visits St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, creating a large-scale piece about spirituality in modern times.
Julia Vogl is planning to fill the Discovery Museum's 19th century home with a kaleidoscope of public messages for Museums at Night. The social sculptor tells us more.
Curators at current exhibition Couriers of Taste, at Danson House in Bexleyheath, have received a ten-pound sack of seeds, collected by an avid Ai Weiwei fan at one of his previous exhibitions in New ......
Cardiff's inaugural photography festival is also notable for international vantage points ranging from industrial Portugal to rural Norway.
Mariele Neudecker's three-storey show at Brighton's Regency Town House could represent the German installation artist's most ambitious work to date, says Mary Stevens.
David Shrigley, Laure Prouvost, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Tino Sehgal are the four artists who will compete for this year's Turner Prize.
Ahead of his Museums at Night public sculpture project at the Ironbridge Gorge industrial heritage site on May 18, sculptor Julian Wild talks to Mark Sheerin about his ambitious plans.