Mark Wallinger

UK’s controversial new police bill poses major threat to the art world

Proposed legislation aimed at cracking down on unruly protests may criminalise protest art

Mark Wallinger creates his 'own private view' with cut-out figures hanging from his studio ceiling

Isolated Figures is the Turner Prize-winning artist's latest work made during the Covid-19 lockdown

We asked artists to send an image that summed up their 2020 experiences—here's what we received

From coronavirus and lockdowns to US politics, this is a collection of postcards from "a year on the edge"

Mark Wallinger unveils new photographs of London’s deserted streets

The British artist, who captured the images on his daily walks, has also written a new poem

The art world's favourite Easter and Passover images

We asked artists, museum directors, art historians and public figures who love art to pick the images that mean something to them at this time

Love it or loathe it, you can’t ignore it: Hong Kong's first sculpture park

Tim Marlow, the project's co-curator, speaks about bringing public art to a city where space is often contested

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Brian Haw's art of protest

The artist explains his anti-war installation

Three degrees of separation: Interview with artist Mark Wallinger

Absence is as important as presence in Mark Wallinger’s new works on show