how the tate modern changed art in britain
It’s hard to imagine a time before Tate Modern, but at one point London was the biggest city in the world not to have a public museum dedicated to contemporary art. As the Tate’s new expansion opens to the public, we look back at how the gallery has...
steve mcqueen, damien hirst and sarah lucas donate millions to new goldsmiths gallery
The Gallery will reinvent the historic steel water tanks on the Goldsmiths campus, providing south London with a new centre for the arts.
2014, the year... the post internet art world went mainstream
2014 felt like a watershed year for art, when the new global underground went mainstream and began to sweep away the old guard of the YBAs and post-internet art finally cracked the market.
sarah lucas to do british pavilion at venice biennale
One of the foremost Young British Artists (YBAs) will present a much-anticipated solo show at the world’s biggest art extravaganza.
a loss of sensation — the ybas in crisis
After 26 years of sell-out exhibitions, major retrospectives and art world domination, are the YBAs finally moving on and trying new things, or has the art scene just moved on and left them behind?