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14-18 NOW: Contemporary arts commissions for the First World War centenary

CONTRIBUTIONS FROM WILLIAM KENTRIDGE, RACHEL WHITEREAD, AKRAM KHAN, MARGARET MACMILLAN AND DAVID OLUSOGA14-18 NOW: Contemporary arts commissions for the First World War centenary

14-18 NOW: Contemporary arts commissions for the First World War centenary presents a detailed look at the extensive 14-18 NOW programme in a richly illustrated hardback.

Young Men

BALLETBOYZYoung Men

London

Live dance and music beautifully interweave with film when the internationally acclaimed BalletBoyz make their Wilton’s debut with YOUNG MEN.

Pages of The Sea

Danny Boyle Pages of The Sea

Free UK Wide

Filmmaker Danny Boyle invited communities in the UK & Ireland to join him in marking 100 years since Armistice and the end of the First World War.

Triumf Att Finnas Till...

Magnus Lindberg Triumf Att Finnas Till...

London

The Finnish composer’s setting of a wartime poem by compatriot Edith Soderling is given its world premiere by the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

One World

Mark WallingerOne World

One World is a special art commission marking the centenary of the First World War through football.

Make Art Not War

Make Art Not War

Leading contemporary artist, Bob and Roberta Smith, invites students nationwide to make new work in response to the bold provocation, what does peace mean to you?

James Reese Europe And The Absence Of Ruin

Jason Moran, John AkomfrahJames Reese Europe And The Absence Of Ruin

National tour

A pioneering American musician joins an acclaimed British filmmaker in this multifaceted work that retells the story of the man who brought jazz to Europe during wartime.

Across and In-Between

Suzanne Lacy Across and In-Between

Northern Ireland

The pioneering American visual artist worked with communities from both sides of the Irish border on a new project exploring identity and individuality.

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