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We speak to co-curator Robin Klassnik from Matt's Gallery about reactions on the ground to the Will Doherty's first major show on home soil.
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.
See pictures from the spectacular Lumiere festival, which attracted more than 175,000 visitors to Derry-Londonderry across four days.
Created for Britain's first post-war NHS hospital, the largest single artwork created by William Scott during his lifetime has gone on display to coincide with the Turner Prize exhibition.
Created with 30,000 pegs, 2,000 tonnes of soil and 2,000 tonnes of sand, Cuban-American artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada says Wish is down to "overwhelming" local support.
The fight for worker's rights in 1913, 2013 and 2113 is examined and imagined in Londonderry's Centre for Contemporary Art's latest exhibition.
The ordinary meets the sublime in Mark Wallinger's preconception-challenging first solo show in Derry, as the city comes to the end of its year as UK City of Culture.
A 3,000-year-old Bronze Age gold torc found by a local man in 2009 has been put on display in Ulster Museum's Early Peoples gallery.
Covering the turbulent period between the late 1960s and late 1980s in Derry-Londonderry, a major display of shots by Irish and international photographers in the City of Culture has intense local......
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.