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The Russian artist installs Catholic Blood, complete with a refrigerator, medical pumps and a model of the Rose Window from the Houses of Parliament.
The winners of the 2013 Museums and Heritage Excellence Awards were announced last night, May 15, in London at a gala dinner hosted by comedian Sue Perkins.
Our monthly round-up of shows includes photography in Wales, painting in Northern Ireland and Uncommon Ground in Southampton.
We take a look at the critical and public reaction to this year's Turner Prize shortlist.
David Shrigley, Laure Prouvost, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Tino Sehgal are the four artists who will compete for this year's Turner Prize.
Nineteen artists from Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Finland, Japan and the USA offer fresh perspectives on contemporary collage.
Northern Ireland's famous World Heritage Site has never disappointed, but an £18.5 million visitor centre makes it all the better. Mark Sheerin takes a look.
The Goldsmiths graduate and emerging artist explores her monumental plasticine relief which is part of a joint show at Derry-Londonderry's Void gallery.
Two recent graduates from the MFA course at Goldsmiths translate well to Northern Ireland with equal servings of catastprophe and mystery.
The taxi driver and guide at the Free Derry Museum in Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland, explains why one of the resident exhibits is of great personal importance to him.
Three galleries, off site projects, a major show by Willie Doherty and the 2013 Turner Prize are just a few of the draws in Northern Ireland's second city.
Twenty-eight talking Meryl Streep heads and 23 Jack Nicholsons take part in installation artist Candice Breitz's show - one of the first in the UK City of Culture programme.
Exeter Cathedral, Northern Ireland's Donegal Square West and venues in Scotland and Wales are among the buildings to act as canvasses for rarely-seen artworks.
London 2012 was not the only game in town as great exhibitions proliferated across the UK and performance came to the fore. Mark Sheerin reflects on 2012 in contemporary art.
Give the art or heritage lover in your life something they'll be able to really enjoy this year with this guide to museum, gallery and heritage membership schemes.