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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?
One of the country’s most celebrated filmmakers remembers the millions of Africans who fought as soldiers or served as porters during the war.
A powerful new work revealing hidden, dark histories behind a selection of WW1-related objects in Glasgow Museums’ collection that initially appear to be related to healing and saving lives.
To mark the Forestry Commission’s centenary, the Turner Prize-winning artist continues her Shy Sculpture series deep in the heart of Yorkshire’s Dalby Forest.
Gillian Wearing’s statue of Millicent Fawcett was unveiled on 24 April 2018 – the first statue of a woman to be installed in Parliament Square
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.
An immersive artwork featuring innovative video and sound installations, inspired by letters written home by soldiers during wartime.
These brightly coloured boats pay homage to the hundreds of ships that were ‘dazzled’ during the First World War.
A blend of sculpture, soundtrack and performance installed at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in homage to the all-female First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (FANY).