Victoria Miro

Ballet dancer, Bond villain and bold painters: the art of the Trinidadian brothers best-known for their work on stage and screen

Boscoe and Geoffrey Holder, whose art is on show at Victoria Miro, had a remarkable range of talents beyond painting, from music to dance, acting and costume design


Yayoi Kusama London summer bonanza with new Elizabeth Line work and a Royal Parks pumpkin sculpture

A new Infinity Room will also go on show at Victoria Miro gallery in the autumn

Venice diary day 1: Pimms, the Pinault Collection and thunderous conversation

Our diarist’s first couple of days in La Serenissima gave her a chance to soak up the glamour synonymous with the city, as well as catch up with some art-world friends

Former Victoria Miro senior director goes it alone with experimental London project

Matt Carey-Williams is looking to shake up the traditional gallery model by bringing “all the protagonists around the table in a slightly different way”

British invasion: how Frieze acquisition will change ‘New York’s fair'

Signs of The Armory Show’s new ownership are minimal this year, but some anticipate tectonic shifts to come


Goals, glory and tackles: the art world battles it out on the football pitch

Tate emerged victorious at the five-a-side OOF Cup on the grounds of the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in north London

Artist Paula Rego—known for her mythical depictions of modern femininity—has died, aged 87

The British-Portuguese artist, a key figure in The London Group collective, gained a huge retrospective at Tate Britain last year and is a key presence in this year's Venice Biennale

'It's more than just queering the canon': artist Doron Langberg on his latest works

As he opens his first solo show in London, the Israeli-born painter discusses his intimate, often explicit images of queer love, and his engagement with art history

Paula Rego leaves Marlborough gallery for Victoria Miro

The 85-year-old artist will have a major retrospective at Tate Britain in 2021

'How Covid-19 has forced the art market’s speedy digital conversion'

In lockdown, many galleries have had a Damascene moment with online programming

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Grayson Perry's piss-take pots to Dayanita Singh's mobile museums

Grenfell victim Khadija Saye's salvaged images to be sold for charity at Victoria Miro

Most of the late artist's work was lost in the tower block fire in 2017, but nine surviving prints will be sold in aid of education programme in her honour

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Michael Rakowitz’s recreations of bombed artefacts at the Whitechapel Gallery, to Faith Ringgold’s story quilts at the Serpentine Gallery

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Munch's angst-ridden prints at the British Museum to Van Gogh's love affair with the UK at Tate Britain

A first peek at Yayoi Kusama’s newest Infinity Room in London

Exhibition of Japanese artist's work that opens later this week has already sold out for October

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Private View: our pick of September gallery shows

New exhibitions at commercial galleries, from Joan Mitchell's last show at Cheim & Read, to Francesca Woodman's haunting photographs in Venice


New Year’s Honours 2018: land art trailblazer Richard Long is made a knight

Other recipients include the gallerists Jane Hamlyn and Victoria Miro

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Top galleries commit to Art HK fair

Dealers keen to work with eager Chinese collectors

Interview with Grayson Perry: The “The Guernica of the credit crunch”

Perry is about to show his most ambitious work, a huge tapestry depicting images of consumer excess and retribution

Interview with Inka Essenhigh: "The world is big and time is short”

Essenhigh talks about her switch from enamel to oil, the difficulties of making pretty pictures and the ominous undertow of her paintings

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

What's on in London: Miro on Demand

Dresdeners at White Cube2, Anselm Kiefer at D’Offay

What's on in London: Fischl’s phases at Gagosian, suburban subversion at Anthony Wilkinson, and dysfunctional families at Gimpel Fils

Meanwhile there is clutter in the Cabinet, recent Kossoffs at Annely Juda, and randomised exactitude at Corvi-Mora

Tate modern brasses off in a multimedia display as the London art scene prepares for the gallery's opening next month

Andrew Mummery powers up in a new gallery, Victoria Miro provides a sneak preview of her new space , and a Volkswagen van invades a front room in Camberwell

Deacon exhibition at Lisson

Ian Hamilton Finlay’s exhibition at Victoria Miro complements ICA survey