Artangel

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Home is where the art is: Suffolk’s creatives throw open their doors
Leading contemporary artists who locked down in their studios give East Anglia a new cultural landscape

Alice Fisher

12, Sep, 2021 @7:30 AM

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Artangel: Afterness review – an island of secrets that’s its own work of art
The sinister wartime laboratories, briars and barbed wire of this bleak Suffolk headland all but upstage the installations made in response to it

Laura Cumming

27, Jun, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Elizabeth Price: Slow Dans; Tavares Strachan: In Plain Sight – review
The 2012 Turner prize-winner cleverly baffles and enthrals by turn. And Tavares Strachan’s first UK show is a feast for the senses

Laura Cumming

13, Sep, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Strasbourg 1518: reliving a 16th-century ‘dancing plague’ in lockdown
Inspired by the true story of a summer dance mania in 1518, a haunting new Artangel project directed by Jonathan Glazer films lone performers around the world dancing till they drop

Sarah Crompton

19, Jul, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Miranda July curates interfaith charity shop opening in Selfridges
Filmmaker works with Artangel and faith-based groups to celebrate ‘hope’ of charity shops inside luxury department store

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

31, Aug, 2017 @12:42 PM

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Get your hands on me: the show that literally touches its audience
Audiences at The Touching Contract have to sign a form that lets performers touch them – in the manner of a child, a sick relative, a doctor and even a predator

Hettie Judah

17, Nov, 2016 @4:51 PM

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Inside: Artists and Writers in Reading Prison review – a star-studded tribute to Oscar Wilde
Our critic goes behind bars for a tour of Artangel’s new installation of work by everyone from Ai Weiwei and Marlene Dumas to Steve McQueen

Adrian Searle

05, Sep, 2016 @5:07 PM

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Nan Goldin: banged up in Reading gaol with Oscar Wilde
She made her name shooting addicts and drag queens. Now the photographer is celebrating the outsider she has worshipped since her teens, in a show that also features work by Steve McQueen and Ai Weiwei

Sean O'Hagan

05, Sep, 2016 @4:02 PM

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Reading jail to host two-month Oscar Wilde project
Ai Weiwei, Steve McQueen and Maxine Peake to feature in Artangel exhibition at site of writer’s imprisonment

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

21, Jul, 2016 @3:51 PM

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Where there's muck: Artangel artist wraps Houses of Parliament in latex
Permission for artwork – the largest ever to be installed in Westminster Hall – took six years to obtain, and will showcase 200 years’ worth of dirt and dust

Hannah Ellis-Petersen

18, May, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Roger Hiorns on course to bury Boeing 737 under Birmingham canalside
After filling a London council flat with crystals, the Turner prize-nominee is realising his next grand plan for 2017 – and he’s even bought the aeroplane

Maev Kennedy

21, Apr, 2016 @1:08 PM

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Have Your Circumstances Changed? review – Artangel's surreal triptych
This experimental show about the relationship between old and young, past and present offers snapshots of ageing and everyday life through a shop window

Lyn Gardner

16, Jun, 2015 @12:25 PM

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