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.
Artistic Director Lindsey Butcher on Rites of War, a dance theatre piece which is about to tour in a collaboration with choreographer Darshan Singh Bhuller and David Loyn, the BBC's Afghanistan correspondent.
As she prepares for Museums at Night 2014, Amy Sharrocks talks about her plans for a live art event in Swansea and being "super alive" to the spontaneity of the moment.
Installed in the cathedral which stood over wartime London, Gerry Judah's dramatic sculptures aim to question the wastefulness and destruction of war.
Lynette Wallworth unveils her new video work at the South Bank this Friday with a visual and acoustic appreciation of organ music.
London and Zurich-based design team Gruppe will create a playful pier for visitors to share their thoughts on the museum after beating 70 hopefuls to the commission.
Aligning biblical scenes with Cath Kidston bags, Grayson Perry's tapestries will open at the Walker Art Gallery for LightNight this May. Curator Pauline Rushton tells us more.
Joined by Sussex's De La Warr Pavilion and the Bluecoat in Liverpool, an attempt to improve interpretation in art galleries will create workshops, exhibitions and a handbook.
Resurrecting disused sculptures, co-curator Michelle Emery Barker says exhibition Reclaimed: The Secret Life of Sculpture is an ambitious one at Wasps Studios.
There are 50 exhibitions and 90 events taking place in this year's festival in Glasgow. From forgotten sculptures to absurd animations, here are five highlights.
From pub crawls and cocktail evenings to farms, flour mills, music and knitting, the Late Shows return to the north-east across more than 50 venues. Here's what to expect.
In 1984, French artist Thierry Noir settled in a squat overlooking the Berlin Wall at the border. Thirty years on, his works are about to arrive in London.
Sculptor Lisa Hawker says her bronze of Margaret Thatcher, which will go on display in the former Prime Minister's home town of Grantham, conveys her "humanity and spirit".
Painters of the Apocalyptic Sublime influence Kelly Richardson's large-scale Mariner 9. Its reception in the north-east, says the artist, has been the highlight of her career.
Following in the Twitter footsteps of AskaCurator and MuseumSelfie, a new, seven-day campaign will link museums and their visitors in the UK, Italy, Spain and France.
From stones and films to Russian miners and coal extraction in Newcastle, see some of the works in this year's edition of the AV festival in the north-east's best galleries.