Heather Phillipson

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David Hockney: The Arrival of Spring, Normandy 2020 review – pixels at dawn
Stick-figure trees, synthetic blossoms, felt-pen colours - the power of Hockney’s daily iPad sketches of spring in Normandy is stunted by technology

Laura Cumming

23, May, 2021 @12:00 PM

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On my radar: Heather Phillipson’s cultural highlights
The artist, whose latest work is currently gracing Tate Britain’s Duveen Galleries, on the joy of weather forecasts, a gripping memoir, and the greatness of Theaster Gates

Heather Phillipson

22, May, 2021 @2:00 PM

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A funfair ride to the end of the world: Heather Phillipson: Rupture No 1 review
Resistance is futile in the sumptuous colours of Phillipson’s entertaining apocalypse, filled with colossal metal creatures, agitated animal eyes and a giant celestial peach

Adrian Searle

14, May, 2021 @4:19 PM

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From brutal Dubuffet to nice guy Nero: what to see as art exhibitions open
As galleries reopen their doors, we preview a visual feast that includes Rodin, Eileen Agar, Paula Rego, Matthew Barney – and an out-of-body experience in Liverpool

Adrian Searle and Jonathan Jones

14, May, 2021 @3:29 PM

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Heather Phillipson brings her ‘parallel planet’ to Tate Britain
When gallery reopens on Monday, artist says she will not be ‘inviting people in to be comfortable’

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

14, May, 2021 @1:05 PM

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Brutal Bacon, wild Gehry and unmissable Abramovic: 2021's best art, architecture and photography
Rodin, Bacon and Eileen Agar will be big, but Abramovic’s art attack could eclipse them all. Plus Frank Gehry unleashes a tornado and Helen Levitt shows how street photography should be done

Jonathan Jones, Adrian Searle, Oliver Wainwright and Sean O’Hagan

31, Dec, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Licked into shape: Heather Phillipson's sundae should bring an end to the fourth plinth
The 13th occupant of Trafalgar Square’s fourth plinth arrives when the notion of public statuary is under question like never before. Maybe the next choice needs to make a firm statement

Claire Armitstead

30, Jul, 2020 @3:04 PM

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Fourth plinth whipped cream, drone and fly sculpture unveiled
Heather Phillipson’s The End monument in Trafalgar Square is plinth’s 13th commission

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

30, Jul, 2020 @11:39 AM

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From standup to the Sistine chapel: the best online culture for self-isolation
The coronavirus crisis has closed galleries and concert halls – but inspired an explosion of creativity to enjoy at home. Here’s some of the best

Stuart Jeffries

22, Mar, 2020 @5:16 PM

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'Disgust can be so engrossing': fourth plinth artist Heather Phillipson
She once turned a tube platform into a protest against the torture of eggs. Now she is putting a giant dollop of whipped cream in Trafalgar Square. The DJ, poet, musician and artist explains why

Stuart Jeffries

11, Mar, 2020 @3:01 PM

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Riley splashes out at the National Gallery and Gateshead welcomes an apocalypse – the week in art
Bridget Riley unveils a site-specific work, Heather Phillipson’s fantastical images take over the Baltic and more

Jonathan Jones

11, Jan, 2019 @2:30 PM

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Heather Phillipson: 'We torture eggs. They're potential lives'
The vegan artist has put eggs on the tube and is about to place a dollop of cream on the fourth plinth at Trafalgar Square – but first there are augmented-reality bird faeces to attend to

Tim Jonze

27, Aug, 2018 @2:00 PM

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