This February marks twenty years since one of the most remarkable artworks Artangel has commissioned, Michael Landy’s Break Down, took place in… Read More
Artangel launch Thinking Time a special initiative to support early-career artists to research, reflect and develop their ideas.
Artangel has today announced Thinking Time – a special initiative to support early-career artists to research, reflect and develop their ideas, with the generous support of the Freelands Foundation.
Artangel present the most ambitious installation to date by Turner Prize-winning artist Elizabeth Price
SLOW DANS, the most ambitious installation to date by Turner Prize-winning artist Elizabeth Price, will be presented by Artangel in a 19th century assembly room
Steve McQueen launches massive visual portraits of citizenship project on over 600 billboards across London
One of the most ambitious visual portraits of citizenship ever undertaken in one of the world’s largest cities was launched today on over 600 billboards across all of London’s 33 boroughs.
Artangel today unveils Red Lines by pioneering new media artist Evan Roth, the winning work of its international Open Call. The new work can be experienced for free by anyone with an internet connection anywhere in the world.
Feel good, hoodies, a breathing sculpture, lie down, wobbly London, combs, a bustling market and Italian glamour.
I did however spend an unsurprising amount of time in Mayfair as S2 opened the third and final component of Signals Reimagined, Levy Gorvy was irresistible in presenting two of my favourite artists in dialogue and Artangel took over Cork Street’s construction site for an incredible fund raising auction.
Everything that happened and would happen by German composer and artist Heiner Goebbels will receive its world premiere in Manchester this autumn. The work integrates live music, performance and large-scale multimedia installations and will take place in the vast space of Mayfield, an historic former railway station.
A mirror maze, a deer skull, giant feet, grief, Londoners, top painters and colour.
Suicide vests, robots, eroticism, eggs, hands, Rodin, a shopping centre and surreal landscapes.
Black power, the night, an inter-faith charity shop, Victorian excess, resilience, auras and thread.
Silver thread, a tunnel, massive steel sculptures, virtual reality and guano
There are two ways of getting into the Palace of Westminster: book a guided tour (£18.50) or arrange to visit the latest Artangel project
You can rely on Artangel for unusual large scale projects which are persuasively site-related.
Permission for artwork – the largest ever to be installed in Westminster Hall – took six years to obtain, and will showcase 200 years’ worth of dirt and dust
After filling a London council flat with crystals, the Turner prize-nominee is realising his next grand plan for 2017 – and he’s even bought the aeroplane
PJ Harvey has chosen to make her much-anticipated ninth album in an architectural installation, open to public view at Somerset House in London for four weeks only.
This week’s top 5 features volatile liquids, criminal tattoos, expressive portraiture, melting faces and upside down people.
Tabish Khan brings you five art exhibitions in London that you should visit during the week. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Artangel and Radio 4’s £1 million OPEN call.