Born in Wakefield, England, 1968, studied at Slade School of Fine Art, London, England, 1986-1990, lives and works in London, England. In 2001 he was awarded the Turner Prize.
Frankly though, I couldn't concentrate: a trade fair seemed trivial as social and political progress seemed on the brink of a steep and painful descent.
As the strength of global galleries attending has increased, the proportion of participating galleries with a base in Shanghai has decreased.
The works in the collection and in the 'Chaos' show reflect the actual reality of the world. I just felt that given what's going on right now, we needed to do a show like this.
The first time I ever saw Martin Creed in person was at the epic Gavin Brown and Herald St party at Art Basel Miami Beach in 2014, at which Creed was the opening act for the amazing Yo Majesty
Visitors to collector Joop van Caldenborgh's newly opened Museum Voorlinden near the Hague are immediately drawn to a pair of glass doors that open upon a room filled about halfway to the ceiling with
There has long been a profound and complex relationship between sculpture and architecture, with many artists encountering or breaking down a boundary between the two disciplines. Yorkshire Sculpture
Not so long ago, it seemed that new galleries would keep sprouting up forever in New York, and that existing ones would keep on expanding. Over the past 12 months, though, some have closed. Growth has
West Bund is in a remote bit of Xuhui, a long way away from the Waitan (the Bund). It was once devoted to heavy industry and even had an airport, but now it’s an 8 km-stretch of arts precinct and the former aircraft factory is an art fair pavilion. The leases though are only for 5 years and the condos are already encroaching. Only 5? Yes, but...
Today, the video for Martin Creed’s Princess Taxi Girl Part 1 was released, off of the artist and musician’s newest album, Thoughts Lined Up, which came out last week on Telephone Records. Creed’s balloon-heavy exhibition The Back Door is currently on view at New York’s Park Avenue Armory through August 7.