Featuring works from across Steve McQueen’s career, presented across the Navate space and the exterior of Pirelli HangarBicocca, the exhibition… Read More
Tate Modern is to reopen the Steve McQueen exhibition on Friday 7th August and will be extendeding it to 6th September 2020.
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.
Long overdue, this is the first major UK exhibition of Steve McQueen at the Tate since the Oscar-winning director won the Turner Prize in 1999.
Among the Trees celebrates key works of art that reimagine how we think about trees and forests. Spanning the past 50 years, the exhibition brings together major works by 38 leading international artists from five different continents.
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.
At first glance, Widows feels like a strange pick for a director like Steve McQueen.
Internationally acclaimed artists Francis Alÿs, Jeremy Deller, Robert Gober, Antony Gormley, Roni Horn, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Taryn Simon, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread are among the 37 artists who have given works to create a major new fund ARTISTS FOR ARTANGEL.
Former distillery to become city’s newest and largest gallery of contemporary art
Thomas Dane Gallery are exhibiting new works by Steve McQueen
The 44th edition of Art Basel closed yesterday with galleries reporting exceptionally strong sales across all levels despite strikes by air traffic controllers and on the trains .
Artists and Art Writers from over 30 Countries among the Nominees click the image above to see the full list ..
Exhibition to feature James Richards, Ed Atkins and Helen Marten, as well as better-known names including Sarah Lucas
Plus Steve McQueen gets a major retrospective – but you’ll have to go to Switzerland to see it
Cool New Platform for Art Video’s from Belgium and Dutch Museums.
The Save the Arts campaign is organised by the London branch of the Turning Point Network, a national consortium of over 2,000 arts organisations and artists dedicated to working together and finding new ways to support the arts in the UK.
My earliest vivid memory of a TV news report was one on the dirty protests at Northern Ireland’s Maze prison…. Read More