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Hayward Gallery

Kiss My Genders
親吻我的性別

This summer, Hayward Gallery presents Kiss My Genders, a group exhibition celebrating more than 30 international artists whose work explores and engages with gender identity.

Andreas Gursky: Redefining Photography
安德列斯‧古爾斯基:重塑攝影

2018年1月25日,德國著名當代攝影藝術家安德烈斯•古爾斯基的首次英國大型回顧展在倫敦海沃德畫廊舉辦,此次展出了他藝術生涯近40年來的60幅作品,也包括其以430萬美元創下過最貴攝影作品拍賣紀錄的《Rhein II 》,倫敦海沃德畫廊主策展人——2019年威尼斯雙年展主策展人拉爾夫·魯格夫親自為你講解這位藝術家和他的藝術是如何重新定義了攝影在藝術史當中的地位。 On January 25, 2018, the famous German contemporary photography artist Andres Gursky’s first large-scale retrospective exhibition in the UK was held at Hayward Gallery in London. It exhibited 60 works of his artistic career in the last 40 years, also includes “Rhein II”, which had set a record auction price of the ...

Cathy Wilkes for the British Pavilion at 58th La Biennale di Venezia
英國文化教育協會揭幕第58屆威尼斯雙年展英國館凱茜·威爾克斯作品

A brand–new body of work by artist Cathy Wilkes for the British Pavilion at this year’s 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.   Wilkes’ exhibition for the Biennale Arte 2019 is bathed in natural Venetian daylight. The unadorned architecture of the British Pavilion provides the setting for an interconnected series of floor-bound sculptural installations, paintings and

Vinyl Factory: Hub of Creative Collaboration
黑膠創意夢工場

Interview with Sean Bidder, Creative Director of Vinyl Factory 專訪Vinyl Factory創意總監肖恩·比德. Interviewed and text by 採訪及撰文 x  Ke Qiwen 柯淇雯 Edited by 編輯 x Michelle Yu 余小悅, Nicolas Anderson   The British pop industry only truly started with the Beatles, then we had a proliferation of recording studios, music managers, bands and the whole industry evolved from

Carsten Höller: Decision
卡斯滕·侯勒:抉擇

Hayward Gallery presents Carsten Holler’s largest survey show in the UK to date, with a wide range of Höller’s works, from newly-made pieces that have been especially commissioned, to key early artworks like The Pinocchio Effect (1994) and Upside Down Goggles (1994-2009). It brings together kinetic sculptures, videos, installations and light works that are designed to profoundly re-orientate our awareness of time and space, reflecting Höller’s wide-ranging interest in the nature of consciousness.

Who’s Driving? The Artist as Curator
由誰掌舵?藝術家策展人

Every self-respecting young artist at some point or other takes the wheel and organises a project or group show that involves others. Curation is now a multi-functional word expressing the role of the person who looks after a collection of artworks, the person who decides which objects sit next to each other in an exhibition, the person who works closely with the artist to develop a new project, to the person who displays their colleagues’ or friends’ work in an empty warehouse.

From Selector to Curator
與時俱進

Marko Daniel is Convenor of Public Programmes at Tate Modern and Tate Britain. In 2014, he was curator of the 8th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale: We have never participated. He was co-curator of Joan Miró: The Ladder of Escape (Tate Modern, 2011; Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona; and National Gallery of Art, Washington).

HISTORY IS NOW: 7 Artists Take On Britain

歷史再現:七位藝術家眼中的英國

In the run up to the General Election in 2015, the Hayward Gallery exhibition History Is Now will offer a new way of thinking about how we got to where we are today. Seven artists – John Akomfrah, Simon Fujiwara, Roger Hiorns, Hannah Starkey, Richard Wentworth, and Jane and Louise Wilson – have each been invited to curate sections of the exhibition, looking at particular periods of cultural history from 1945 to the present day.

A Brief History of Curating
《策展簡史》

An interesting attempt, through a number of interviews with veteran curators Hans Ulrich Obrist drafts in this book a deliberately fragmentary history of curating, full of amusing stories and anecdotes. The form of this peculiar book is outstandingly interesting, resonating with many philosophical and literary thematics of import.

MIRRORCITY
鏡像之城

MIRRORCITY explores the effect the digital revolution has had on our experiences. London is one of the world’s centres for contemporary art. MIRRORCITY shows recent work and new commissions by key emerging and established artists working in the capital today, who seek to address the challenges, conditions and consequences of living in a digital age. JG Ballard

THE HUMAN FACTOR
人本要素

TEXT BY文字提供:ART.ZIP IMAGES COURTESY OF 圖片提供:HAYWARD GALLERY 海沃德畫廊 Spanning the past 25 years, The Human Factor will bring together major works by 25 leading international artists who have fashioned new ways of using the figure in contemporary sculpture. In addressing the body, the most frequently revisited subject in art’s history, these artists confront the question

THE HUMAN FACTOR
人本要素

THE HUMAN FACTOR: THE FIGURE IN CONTEMPORARY SCULPTURE 17 June – 7 September 2014 Spanning the past 25 years, The Human Factor will bring together major works by 25 leading international artists who have fashioned new ways of using the figure in contemporary sculpture. In addressing the body, the most frequently revisited subject in art’s

Martin Creed: What’s the Point of It?
馬丁·克里德:這都有什麼意義?

TEXT BY文字提供:ART.ZIP IMAGES COURTESY OF 圖片提供:Hayward Gallery 海沃德畫廊 . This spring Hayward Gallery at Southbank Centre is set to show the first major survey of work by internationally-acclaimed artist Martin Creed. Opening on 29 January 2014, the exhibition will bring together the full range and scale of Creed’s work, spanning its most minimal moments –

Ana Mendieta: Traces at Hayward Gallery
海沃德畫廊《安娜·門迭塔:痕跡》

Ana Mendieta: Traces Hayward Gallery Southbank Centre 24 September – 15 December 2013 This autumn the Hayward Gallery presents Ana Mendieta: Traces, the UK’s first retrospective of one of the most significant yet unacknowledged artists of the late 20th century. In addition to films, sculptures, photographs, drawings, personal writings and notebooks, an extensive research room with

             

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