It is neither easy nor especially relaxing to spend time with Nauman.
A curious sign in a bathroom at Tate Modern was created to protest lay offs at one of the UK’s biggest museums.
A British 18-year-old pleaded guilty to one count of attempted murder and admitted to premeditating the attack.
No exhibition of any pretension is complete without lasting proof of its existence, preferably in print on coated paper.
It’s all slightly depressing that we can’t seem to get rid of the Warhol itch.
The serious-minded artist-cum-filmmaker is enjoying a full retrospective at Tate Modern.
Shakeel Massey, a 20-year-old from north London, was arrested for allegedly ripping the $26 million painting. The damage to the artwork is being assessed by a Tate conservation team.
As a recent retrospective at Tate Modern demonstrates, even fitted with decades-old circuitry, Nam June Paik’s work still pulses with energy, breakneck and experimental.
Kara Walker upends the Tate Modern with a massive fountain, renewing the debate about the nature of public monuments in the heart of violent empire.
Can the enduring presence of such monuments among us still have the power to reinforce deep-rooted prejudices, by the very fact that they have simply not gone away?
Through haptic close ups and pulsating sound design, Carlos Casas’s Cemetery attempts to map a more spiritual experience onto the representation of animals.
The London gallery announced four new curatorial hires focusing on art from South Asia, Western Asia, and North Africa, but the group Art + Museum Transparency has questioned the gallery’s commitment to international art.