Five shortlisted artists announced for the 8th edition of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women 2019 – 2021
Whitechapel Gallery is transformed by over 70 creative and cutting-edge publishers for four days from Thursday 5 September.
From the snap of biting a carrot to the screech of dismantling a piano, this display explores the interest in music and sound amongst artists of the Fluxus movement.
For this commission, artists Eileen Simpson and Ben White (both b.1977, UK) collaborated with a group of young musicians and Spotlight Youth Centre in East London to produce a call and response that activates past, present and future sounds.
Celebrated novelist Tom McCarthy (b. 1969, UK) meditates on surveillance and control, and their malfunction and breakdown, in this free display of photography, sculpture, installation and film by artists including Steve McQueen (b. 1969, UK), Eve Sussman (b. 1961, UK) and Isa Genzken (b. 1948, Germany).
Over four days in September Whitechapel Gallery is transformed by over 80 creative and cutting-edge publishers.
New installations, artist performances, music, film and culinary experiences take over London’s East End for late-night festival Nocturnal Creatures
This exhibition of contemporary art in Greece is inspired by the collection of the Archaeological Museum of Mykonos.
Debut survey of internationally renowned Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz (b.1973) comes to Whitechapel
Interweaving women’s stories of loss and resilience with seventeenth century Baroque music by female composers, a new body of work from the seventh winner of the Max Mara Art Prize for Women Helen Cammock (b. 1970, UK) premieres at Whitechapel Gallery in June.
Experimental art writer Maria Fusco (b. 1972) explores an imaginative world between language, silence and space in this display of nine masterworks from Spain’s leading collection of contemporary art.
A season of art, poetry and music celebrating bestselling poet and pioneering performer, artist and musician Adrian Henri (1932 – 2000, UK)
Whitechapel Gallery unveils experiential installations, environments and pavilions, conceived by over 30 world-leading artists and architects working in collaboration.
This exhibition casts a celebratory and defiant eye over the history of the city’s queer spaces.
Launched today, excellence in the world’s English-language arts publishing scene will be celebrated through eight new awards for books on art, architecture and design.
Whitechapel Gallery Publishing is delighted to present new short fiction text Cabinet d’amateur, an oblique novel by internationally acclaimed author Enrique Vila-Matas
Internationally acclaimed authors explore Spain’s leading collection of contemporary art in this series of four displays taking place over the course of a year.
Whitechapel Gallery is transformed by experiential installations, environments and pavilions, conceived by over 30 world-leading artists and architects working in collaboration. Ten new experimental multimedia projects responding to critical issues of today to offer speculative visions of the future are presented in Is This Tomorrow?.
Whitechapel Gallery is pleased to announce that Francis Alÿs (b. 1959, Belgium) will be the seventh artist to receive the prestigious Art Icon Award in partnership with Swarovski.
Whitechapel Gallery and the Authors’ Club are delighted to announce an eclectic shortlist that showcases the most exciting concepts, subjects and designs in English-language arts publishing today.
The Whitechapel Gallery is pleased to announce that Rachel Whiteread (b. 1963, UK) is the sixth artist to receive the prestigious annual Art Icon award in partnership with Swarovski.
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