Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty is the first major UK exhibition of the work of French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985) in over 50 years
Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer is a multi-faceted portrait of the groundbreaking dancer and choreographer told by and through the eyes of the creative voices and faces the artist has collaborated with since he launched Michael Clark & Company, aged only 22, in 1984.
This October, Barbican Art Gallery stages the first ever major exhibition on the groundbreaking dancer and choreographer Michael Clark. Exploring his unique combination of classical and contemporary culture
Barbican Art Gallery has announced that it will reopen its doors to the public on Monday 13 July 2020, in line with government guidelines and with new safety measures in place.
This November Barbican Art Gallery presents Heavy handed, we crush the moment, a new commission by Last Yearz Interesting Negro, the performance project of London-based artist and dancer Jamila Johnson-Small.
Barbican Art Gallery will present Yto Barrada’s first solo exhibition in a public gallery in London. She will transform the Curve with a dramatic site-specific installation.
Basquiat: Boom for Real is the first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988). One of the most significant painters of the 20th century
It’s not news that 2016 was a turbulent year, but it was also a very creative year, so we asked the… Read More
Kissing, war, oil, flight and folk art
This week’s top 7 contains witches, Victorian opulence, tomatoes, plasticine, drawing, kitsch and Russian battles.
Rubens | Goya | Barbara Hepworth | Joseph Cornell | Ai Weiwei | Charles And Ray Eames | Eddie Peake | Alexander Calder
Jean Paul Gaultier is one of a handful of fashion designers whose charisma and achievements command pop star style adoration, so it’s unsurprising that he’s now on tour.
Exploring the world’s most famous modern art and design school, Bauhaus: Art as Life at the Barbican is the biggest Bauhaus exhibition in the UK for over 40 years.
Comprising over 10,000 household possessions, Waste Not is a tribute to Song Dong’s mother.
A quick walk through the Barbican Art Gallery’s Watch Me Move: The Animation Show. By Laura Bushell 15 June 2011… Read More
15th Jun and runs until 11th Sep 2011. Watch Me Move: The Animation Show is the most extensive exhibition ever… Read More
3 March 2011 – 22 May 2011 Performance artist and musician Laurie Anderson, choreographer Trisha Brown and artist Gordon Matta-Clark… Read More
Brooklyn-based Cory Arcangel is one of the leading media artists of his generation. He often appropriates, manipulates and subverts new… Read More
Open daily 2 ?10pm, 15 July – 6 August 2009, Admission Free Dalston Junction, entrance by the Peace Mural on… Read More
Clemens von Wedemeyer Production shot: The Fourth Wall © The artistn Photocredit: Sheila Burnett The Fourth Wall, German artist Clemens… Read More