Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo, and Tai Shani have been shortlisted for the coveted prize.
The gallery follows in the footsteps of Tate, the National Theatre, and the Royal Shakespeare Company.
In her new exhibition at White Cube Bermondsey, the artist presents works that loom and cower, at one moment inviting us in, at the next shutting us out.
For the last few years, the Château de Montsoreau has been home to one of the most significant museums of contemporary art outside of Paris.
The anonymous artist has opened a shop in the south London borough of Croydon to showcase some of his characteristically humorous items.
On Friday, September 20, around 200 art workers, many of whom have been staunchly urging UK institutions to divest from oil sponsorship, left work and took to the streets to take part in the world’s largest-ever climate protest.
This year’s Open City Documentary Festival in London screened numerous films which highlight the humanity and resilience of those on society’s margins.
Several films at the Open City Documentary Festival unseat normal notions of “real” and “fake” in nonfiction.
Ines Schlenker’s illustrated biography, Milein Cosman: Capturing Time, proves Cosman’s importance both as an artist and as a chronicler of her period in artistic history.
Dozens of artists are showcasing at Art the Arms fair in London, a protest exhibition that runs concurrent to the notorious Defence and Security Equipment International.
At London’s Serpentine Gallery, Faith Ringgold tells stories of race and self-discovery which have too often gone untold.
The collection of 60 women artists from Tate’s permanent collection, on view through April 2020, tackles the tricky terrain of museum representation.