Installation Art

Artist Unveils 'Suicide Machines'

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

Some inventions - say a silent hairdryer - immediately sound like good ideas. Others, less so. Say a bunch of 'suicide machines' built by an artist...

Whitney McVeigh Exhibits New Work In Italy

Diego Giolitti | Posted 10.08.2013 | UK Entertainment
Diego Giolitti

This summer, Whitney McVeigh presents new work at prestigious locations in Italy. A multimedia artist, McVeigh works with monoprints, fine drawings, film and sculpture.

Sou Fujimoto's Earth Cloud

Julian Vigo | Posted 04.08.2013 | UK Entertainment
Julian Vigo

In this morning's press conference, Sou Fujimoto recalls his dream of making an architectural installation at the Serpentine Gallery which this Saturday will be officially realised upon the pavilion's public opening. Inspired by the trees and people of Kensington Gardens, Fujimoto strives to create an 'artificial geometry'.

Landscapes That Pass Over in Silence

James Payne | Posted 21.05.2013 | UK Entertainment
James Payne

At the Edges celebrates the exquisite. A 'place' where reflection, commonly associated with the experience of landscape, actually becomes a part of the work as in the work of Gary Colclough. This exhibition addresses itself at what is usually regarded as an undemanding and exhausted genre of painting.

Pop Artist Who Escaped Nazi Germany Gets London Show

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 30.03.2013 | Home

The first major exhibition to focus on artist Kurt Schwitters' life in Britain following his escape from Nazi Germany opens this week. Eccentric Ge...

170-Foot Long Trampoline Is The Best Way To Commute Ever Invented

Huffington Post UK | Posted 28.01.2013 | UK Tech

Have you ever wanted to trampoline to work? It might sound ludicrous - but it's at least technically possible, as proven by a recent art installati...

BEDLAM

Richard Strange | Posted 17.10.2012 | Home
Richard Strange

BEDLAM is a wonderfully barmy and idiosyncratic show. The architecture and atmosphere of the building itself adds immeasurably to what is something of a Barnum and Bailey experience, and I would recommend this brave exhibition to anyone who has a taste for the bizarre and the beautiful.

Is Modern Art Really Rotten to the Core?

Ben Mirza | Posted 04.12.2012 | Home
Ben Mirza

In 2010, the philosopher Roger Scruton, together with the BBC, made a documentary titled Why Beauty Matters, in which he gave an eloquent and impassioned plea for a return to the beautiful aesthetic, pointing towards the unifying and spiritually uplifting qualities of beauty.

Sculptures Made From Unwanted Books

The Huffington Post UK | Harriet Williams | Posted 11.04.2012 | Home

Mike Stilkey uses an unusual medium to create his impossibly charming sculptures - books. Elephants play the piano, peacocks sport school ties an...

Sam Parker

Yayoi Kusama At Tate Modern (REVIEW)

HuffingtonPost.com | Sam Parker | Posted 20.07.2012 | Home

To say that Yayoi Kusama captures people’s imaginations is an understatement. From her time as a performance art provocateur sticking dots on...

The Work Of Art That Turns You Into A Monkey

Posted 01.04.2012 | Home

Even the most serious, chin-stroking, wall-staring art critics among us secretly delight at a good installation piece that brings us into the action -...

Pipilotti Rist: Eyeball Massage At Hayward Gallery

www.mydaily.co.uk | Posted 28.11.2011 | UK Style

Pipilotti Rist first came to my attention as part of the Walking in My Mind exhibition at the Hayward. For her work 'Sleeping Room' disembodied organs...

Cut It Out with Noma Bar at the London Design Festival (VIDEO)

Crane.tv | Posted 15.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
Crane.tv

As part of the London Design Festival, you will be able to view Noma Bar's interactive exhibition Cut It Out at Outline Editions gallery.

High Arctic Brings The Future To The National Maritime Museum

www.mydaily.co.uk | Posted 13.09.2011 | UK Style

The National Maritime Museum has finally opened the doors of its new Sammy Ofer Wing to the public and is offering visitors a peep 100 years into the ...