The first site-specific installation for the Light Hall in Norway’s new National Museum has been unveiled by Laure Prouvost, winner of the 2013 Turner Prize.
Launched today Art on the Underground present French artist Laure Prouvost’s first public commission in the UK
Launched today Thursday Art on the Underground present French artist Laure Prouvost’s first public commission in the UK, an ambitious city-wide series of poster infiltrating advertising sites across all 270 London Underground stations.
The Store X The Vinyl Factory and New York’s New Museum are collaborating to present the immersive exhibition, Strange Days: Memories of the Future.
Hayward Gallery and Art Night are hooking up to produce London’s largest free contemporary arts festival on Saturday 7 July 2018.
Artists and public take over major wall space in London as part of global poster campaign Time for Outrage!
Following on from the great response from the public during Art Night, Time for Outrage! is taking over East London and will be on display in Shoreditch on the prominent billboards of the Great Eastern Wall Gallery for the summer.
I am going to tell you a secret, ‘the best way to buy art from famous artists within a tight budget is by visiting a students charity auction.
From December 3rd through 7th, 2014, Art Basel’s Film sector will include over 80 films and videos. Outdoor Screenings are… Read More
New Museum to host first solo American exhibition of Turner Prize winner Laure Prouvost opening February 2014!
For her New Museum presentation, Prouvost will present For Forgetting (2014), a new work that will include a semicircular collaged mural, a multichannel video installation, scattered sculptural elements, and a film. Centering on the problems as well as the possibilities of memory and forgetting.
Laure Prouvost has won the £25,000 Turner prize .
Image:Live From the Inside: Tableaux Vivant TV at QUAY restaurant, Biennale of Sydney Director David Elliot, artist Christian Jankowski, and… Read More