LONDON — At the 2009 Venice Biennale, Elmgreen & Dragset converted the Danish and Nordic Pavilions into the stylish home of a mysterious “Mr. B.” This fall, the artist duo did it again, with “Tomorrow” at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
LONDON — She was called the enfant terrible of Surrealism. She was immortalized in some of Man Ray’s best photographs. Her well-known “Object” (1936) is considered one of the most important surrealist works.
LONDON — Last weekend, on the occasion of Open House London 2013, the city opened over 800 buildings usually not accessible to the public.
LONDON — Katharina Fritsch’s “Hahn/Cock,” the new sculpture placed on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square, London, was unveiled on July 25th.