This week saw the opening of Tate Modern’s new exhibition Queer British Art which features work from 1861-1967 that relate to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer identities to mark the 50th anniversary of the beginnings of the decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England.
What does a broken heart look like? What does it sound like, dress like, feel like? Only Björk, the Icelandic singer-songwriter cum performance artist, who shot to fame with All So Quiet back in the nineties, could attempt to aestheticize the intimacies of her personal life.
HOME Manchester is adding another explosion of a show to its roster, this time in the form of Scotland’s Rachel Maclean.
Since the Hayward Gallery closed its doors on Southbank for a two year renovation, there seems to have been a lack of exciting contemporary art projects in London.
Artist Jennifer Rubell is best known for her food performances: pieces that sometimes echo Rirkrit Tiravanija’s exercises in relational aesthetics from the nineties.
Tate Britain’s Fighting History Exhibition aims to examine the course of British History Painting, especially when examining issues surrounding war.
Talking Head’s co-founder David Byrne is curating a live music and film event at The Southbank Centre in London this August.
Bruce Conner’s iconic 1976 film ‘Crossroads’ is presented by Thomas Dane Gallery whose Duke Street space is transformed into a cinematic experience with the projection covering an entire end wall and the soundtrack all-encompassing, immersive.
Today sees the opening of Bloomberg New Contemporaries at the ICA.
Video art pioneer Bill Viola has created a religious polyptych with a difference.