Sculpture & Installation
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resources drawn from UK galleries.
Take a look at works by some of the artists taking place in this year's showcase, which is about to open at the Mall Galleries in London.
Stretching from floor to ceiling at Chatsworth in Derbyshire, a set of ochre-coloured panels represent the culmination of nearly four years of work by artist Jacob van der Beugel.
Emily Beeson on a double-bill of shows at London's Serpentine Gallery: Haim Steinbach's Once Again the World is Flat and Martino Gamper's Design is a State of Mind.
LEGO lover Warren Elsmore's set of 70 models, including versions of the Arc de Triomphe and Buckingham Palace, opens at Life Science Centre.
London's Cartoon Museum marks the 30th anniversary of the start of the satirical show which shocked and launched careers during the 1980s and 1990s.
Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos has brought her trademark sculptural interventions to Manchester Art Gallery with some dramatic results.
Founder of Pop Art, inventor of the installation, developer of digital agitprop: the late British artist was many things, discovers Mark Sheerin.
MegaFaces is a 2,000 square metre cube which recreates the face of visitors via photo booths within the Sochi Olympic Park where the Winter Olympics are being held.
Hans Haacke and David Shrigley will create the next two commissions for London's Fourth Plinth, in 2015 and 2016.
Turner Contemporary has revealed details of its latest Sunley Gallery commission, which will see Edmund De Waal tackle the gallery's stunning North Sea vista.
Visitors will be invited to mummify a 1967 Ford Mustang among more than 100 works at the Wellcome Collection's show by minimalist copper wire sculpture Alice Anderson.
Ahead of a major survey of his work, the sculptor's largest ever freestanding ceramic - the 12-tonne, four metre high Fold - has been installed at Tate Britain's Manton Entrance.
Martin Creed's ambiguity plays itself out through a barrage of balloons and a honking Ford Focus on the Southbank, while a spinning neon threatens decapitation.
From Jacob Epstein and Pablo Picasso to Tracey Emin and Paula Rego, the gallery will be taking artworks and a programme of events to the people during its temporary closure.
Questioning the ideologies of office culture, an installation at a Cambridge gallery will pump more than a tonne of clay onto the floor.