Gilbert & George

'A place for us to show our living journey as artists': Gilbert & George opening London art centre

The artists reveal they will soon have a retrospective at the Hayward Gallery in London at the opening of their permanent exhibition space

Artists take to Instagram to criticise Gilbert & George’s claims that museums are now ‘woke’ and only focus on Black and women artists

Candice Breitz, Chika Okeke-Agulu, Ghada Amer and Athi-Patra Ruga all spoke out against the duo on social media

Folkestone Triennial to include Gilbert & George billboards, an amusement arcade and the largest dance floor in town

The 20 artists taking part have been announced, with major installations heading for the seaside town

An Outsize Dose of Gilbert & George

Grandiosity runs wild in the duo's vast retrospective at Luma Arles

Gilbert & George’s fuckosophy

Fifty years after they first met, the artists are being celebrated with eight international exhibitions of their Beard Pictures. Meanwhile, a new text work finds them in typically provocative form—it features 5,000 F-words

Gilbert & George: East Enders

The British artist duo show us around their London stomping ground

Gilbert & George to open London foundation in 2019

Former East End brewery will display duo’s “difficult” works

Gilbert & George take charge of their legacy

Shows in New York, Paris and London mark the artists’ 50th anniversary


Tate announces its exhibition schedule for 2007

Next year's schedule is packed with big names

News from London: Battersea gets its shots and Michael Jackson is barred from RA

Maggi Hambling’s portrait of the singer is rejected from the Summer Show, while Tracey Emin goes on the wagon

Interview with Gilbert & George on originality and art: “Artists are very limited”

The duo dislike art that only the art world can understand and explain their campaign to be different

London galleries: Gilbert & George get horny in White Cube debut

Painting pushed into new places at Victoria Miro and The Approach and seismic shifts at asprey jacques as the Chapmans explore their feminine side at Modern Art

London galleries: The naked Cubes

Sadie Coles in an eastward position, the Lisson and Tim Taylor times two, photography at Frith Street and Maureen Paley, plus powerful juju at Anthony Reynolds