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  • Futurecity’s curated Arts Programme for The New Cancer Centre at Guy’s wins international award

    Futurecity’s curated Arts Programme for The New Cancer Centre at Guy’s wins international award

    An ambitious programme of contemporary art for the new Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital has won a prestigious international award for Interior Design and Arts at the European Healthcare Design Awards 2017.

    Daniel Silver is among the artists included in the programme of internationally acclaimed artists curated by Futurecity. His work Boat (2016), a 3m bronze sculpture which stands at the entrance, is a response to the the Roman boat (AD 190-225) buried almost five metres beneath the Cancer Centre.

  • Cornelia Parker: Verso

    Cornelia Parker: Verso

    Verso
    The Whitworth, Manchester
    16 June – 5 November 2017
    Lecture: Thursday 15 June, 5pm-6pm

    For Verso, Cornelia Parker has photographed the backs of hand sewn button cards that are part of the Manchester Galleries’ collection. She has turned these small everyday cards over and has found abstract drawings in the haphazard cotton threads.

  • Thomas Schütte: Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

    Thomas Schütte: Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

    Thomas Schütte
    Skulptur Projekte Münster
    10 June – 1 October 2017

    Held every ten years (1977, 1987, 1997, 2007) in the German city of Münster, Skulptur Projekte Münster presents the works of international artists in a wide variety of spaces around the city.

  • Dayanita Singh: Museum Bhavan

    Dayanita Singh: Museum Bhavan

    Museum Bhavan
    Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, Tokyo
    20 May – 17 July 2017

    Museum Bhavan will consist of two parts: an introductory section presenting Singh’s earlier works, such as Myself Mona Ahmed (1989-2000), I Am As I Am (1999- ), and her landmark work Sent a Letter (2007). The second part will feature later works, including her ‘Museums’ project which is being shown in Japan for the first time.

  • Cornelia Parker named Official Artist of 2017 UK General Election

    Cornelia Parker named Official Artist of 2017 UK General Election

    Selected by the Speaker’s Advisory Committee on Works of Art, Cornelia Parker will observe the 2017 General Election and produce a unique work of art in response to her experience of the campaign. Her final artwork will join the Parliamentary Art Collection later in 2017.

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