Austin creates stunning sculptural objects that possess an enchanting and impending presence, whilst also retaining a peaceful quality in their idle state.
Elizabeth Price, A RESTORATION, the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Mark Wallinger, ID, at Hauser & Wirth, London
Wallinger’s genius is to take the seemingly banal and use it to jerk us out of the everyday towards a more acute understanding of where we stand, in the great scheme of things. That he does this with such humour and lightness of touch is what makes the work so enormously rewarding
£47,000 raised for museum acquisitions at the Artist’s Table with Goshka Macuga, hosted by Valeria Napoleone
Steven Claydon, The Gilded Bough, at Sadie Coles HQ, London
Steven Claydon’s new show at Sadie Coles, his second with the gallery, is the product of two years’ work. In the period since his last show here in 2012 he has shown in Los Angeles, Munich, Milan, Geneva and Bergen.
Hito Steyerl, Duty-Free Art, at Museo Nacional, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
Hito Steyerl’s current exhibition in Madrid offers the most comprehensive view to date of the work of an artist with arguably the sharpest analysis of our particular moment in history.
Sculptures from Sarah Lucas’ extraordinary show at the 56th Venice Biennale will be brought to the Soane Museum this month, the custard yellow of the drawing room having inspired the artist’s scheme at the British Pavilion.
Retracing our steps: Creating a database of works
The Contemporary Art Society has been undertaking a major research project in which it has been digitising its rich history of acquisitions, bequests and gifts.
Nyandoro has developed a unique technique called ‘Kucheka cheka’ to create his large works that spill out of their two-dimensional frame and into installations on the floor around them.
CAS Annual Award Winner Elizabeth Price’s new work opens at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
The Daily Telegraph described the two-screen digital video as “the artwork of the year”
Sara Barker work acquired for The Whitworth, The University of Manchester
At the boundary between sculpture and painting, Sea Heaves in a Glass, 2015, will be going on show at The Whitworth from 10 March 2016.
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