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
DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics ?is the first institutional exhibition to expand on the traditional representations of drag, involving drag queens, drag kings and bio drags from different generations and backgrounds.
The Hepworth Wakefield announced today the five shortlisted artists for The Hepworth Prize for Sculpture 2018. The £30,000 biennial award recognises a British or UK-based artist of any age, at any stage in their career, who has made a significant contribution to the development of contemporary sculpture.
NEON / LIGHT is a new exhibition opening next week featuring sculpture by Cerith Wyn Evans, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Peter Saville and Brian Eno. The show explores the use of light, predominantly neon, as a tool for text, image and planes of colour, often seductive but frequently disguising a more sinister narrative.
Taking its title from an exhortation made by Miles Davis to his musicians, this exhibition identifies occasions in art when the seductions of consummate style or cleverness are sacrificed to gain access to a greater artistic, philosophical or spiritual reality
The Art of Not Making:The New Artist/Artisan Relationship is the first book to tackle these questions head on, exploring the concepts of authorship, artistic originality, skill, craftsmanship and the creative act
Tramway is delighted to present the European premier of the sound installation entitled A=P=P=A=R=I=T=I=O=N (2008), a collaboration between Welsh artist Cerith Wyn Evans and the experimental music collective Throbbing Gristle.