Sculpture & Installation
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resources drawn from UK galleries.
British-Nigerian artist Shonibare tells us about a stunning and thought-provoking new commission, called The British Library, for Brighton Festival and the HOUSE Festival
The most expansive exhibition of Henri Matisse's works in decades concentrates on the prolific final 17 years of his life in an exhibition recreating the excitement of the artist's studio.
Artist Susan Stockwell has unveiled a new textile based artwork at the National Army Museum developed with rehabilitating soldiers.
Installed in the cathedral which stood over wartime London, Gerry Judah's dramatic sculptures aim to question the wastefulness and destruction of war.
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.
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.
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".
Coinciding with the Academy's Sensing Spaces exhibition, the online Great Architecture Fair is open now. Enjoy an exclusive discount code and enter our competition.
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.
Pictures of the 14th Serpentine Pavilion, which will appear to rest on quarry stones this summer in a semi-translucent white shell made of fibreglass.
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.