Turner Prize-winning artist Oscar Murillo has brought together over 40,000 canvases by more than 100,000 school children from around the world in a large installation at his former secondary school, Cardinal Pole, in Hackney, east London.
Artangel’s Co-Directors James Lingwood and Michael Morris have announced their decision to step down from the organisation which they have… Read More
I’m standing on a shingle beach looking out to sea with the wind whipping at my face. With just sea birds for company it’s peaceful but the skeletal structures of bunkers and houses around me suggest I’m in some sort of post-apocalyptic wasteland, affirmed by a sign that warns me to stick to the path due to unexploded ordnance.
Up to 40,000 canvases by more than 100,000 school children across the world will be brought together by Turner Prize-winning artist Oscar Murillo in a major installation marking the culmination of his eight-year project Frequencies.
A series of major new commissions by international artists will be presented this summer by Artangel on Orford Ness – a windswept strip of land stretching several miles along the Suffolk coast owned by the National Trust and known locally as the ‘island of secrets’.
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
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 on Borough Road in London
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.
Oscar-winning filmmaker and Turner Prize-winning artist Steve McQueen will be joined by Artangel Co-Director James Lingwood on Monday 4th May for a live online conversation to discuss the artist’s work with Artangel spanning two decades.
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
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.
Installation view of Tamar Harpaz: Crazy Delay This week, as I was not training for nor running in the London… Read More
A mirror maze, a deer skull, giant feet, grief, Londoners, top painters and colour.
Following the critically acclaimed debut of An Occupation of Loss in New York in 2016, Taryn Simon will present a new iteration of her first major performance work in London opening this week.
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.
FAD favourite Evan Roth has been awarded the Artangel Everywhere commission for a ground-breaking new project which will materialise throughout the world in 2018.
Silver thread, a tunnel, massive steel sculptures, virtual reality and guano
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