Sculpture & Installation
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resources drawn from UK galleries.
The 2013 winner of the Great British Bake off, Frances Quinn, is at the Hepworth in Wakefield today to celebrate the gallery's millionth visitor with a Barbara Hepworth inspired cake.
Laure Prouvost said she would celebrate by dancing after becoming only the third non-British winner of the Turner Prize in a ceremony broadcast live from Londonderry.
Miniature creepy crawlies, tiny Star Wars figures, pea shooters and water pistols in a new exhibition revealing some of the items confiscated from London classrooms.
The London gallery stages the first survey of the controversial artists' work since 1996. Outrage and comedy abound, as Mark Sheerin discovers.
Two new exhibitions at The Hepworth Wakefield will allow visitors to compare and contrast the work of Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
The National Library of Scotland's latest Treasures display is a rare opportunity to view pop-up books from its collections, from Rupert Bear to Harry Potter.
Fifty years after starting out in the city's Bullring, organisers at Ikon have invited some of their former gallery-fillers back as part of their 2014 exhibition programme.
Online artist's directory Axis has selected its top ten emerging artists to check out and perhaps even invest in. Explore them all here...
The former headquarters of the Tetley Brewery will reopen as a new contemporary arts space for Leeds at the end of November.
Christine Borland, Jim Lambie and Iain Hetherington are among dozens of artists taking to galleries across Scotland, including Edinburgh's Fruitmarket and Glasgow's Tramway.
Burlington Gardens hosts retrospective for Royal Academician with serial work spanning some 50 years. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
Landscape architect and historian Todd Longstaffe-Gowan says his pop-up piazza at the British Library honours the Georgian “passion for extravagant temporary caprice”.
Refugee artists offer a journey into the world of the displaced with an innovative multimedia show celebrating 150 years of humanitarian aid.
CINECITY and the University of Brighton Gallery present a celebration of the legendary Czech surrealist Jan Švankmajer, filmaker and artist.
Provocative will be the word next month at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, which will host the most comprehensive exhibition for 17 years of the infamous brothers' work.