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Carsten Höller: Decision

Through his sculptures, videos, installations and light works on view at the Hayward Gallery, London, Carsten Höller re-orientates our awareness of time and space.




Foray into chromatic zones

Sheila Hicks’ exhibition at the Hayward Gallery Project Space, in London, shows her recent large-scale works and a selection of fibre-based calligraphic works.



What’s the point of it?

In London Hayward Gallery hosts “Martin Creed: What’s the point of it?”, the first and most comprehensive survey of work by British artist Martin Creed.




Light Show

At the Southbank Centre's Hayward Gallery, 22 artists — from James Turrell to Katie Paterson — explore how artificial light can be used to create a sense of sculptural space that plays with human perceptual responses.


Art / Crystal Bennes

London Calling

What art initiatives has the British capital devised for visitors of a global event such as the Olympics? Most of the action seems to have been assigned to super-champions Lucian Freud, David Hockney and Damien Hirst, while the establishment's scouting for new talent is in the hands of the Whitechapel Gallery.


Op-ed / Caroline Corbetta

Jeremy Deller: Joy in people

At the Hayward Gallery, a recent exhibition displayed an endless stream of consciousness — shared or assumed — fueled by stories, photos, videos, archival documents, news, personalities and experiments that are almost anthropological.


Art / Martina Angelotti