• Discover Phyllida Barlow’s exhibition at the British Pavilion in Venice

    Installation view, folly, Phyllida Barlow, British Pavilion, Venice, 2017

    Her ambitious installation, entitled folly, playfully challenges us to explore our own understanding of sculpture.

  • Contemporary UK painting travels to Korea

    UNTITLED (SELF-PORTRAIT WITH MOBILE PHONE) 2013, Morag Keil

    Paintings by 15 artists from the UK are shown alongside 8 Korean artists

  • See Phyllida Barlow's sculptures at Turner Contemporary in Margate

    Phyllida Barlow, untitled: slidingupturnedhouse, 2015

    Her work from the British Council Collection is part of the exhibition

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  • Grayson Perry's exhibition travels to Sarajevo

    Grayson Perry, THE ANNUNCIATION OF THE VIRGIN DEAL, 2012

    His six tapestries explore taste, class and social mobility in the UK

  • Apply for grants to work with East Africa

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    East African and British artists, arts organisations, and art collectives can apply for up to £30,000

  • Explore our new website: UK at the Venice Biennale

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    Delve into our 80-year history of presenting the best of British art at the British Pavilion

  • The British Council supports UK artists taking part in documenta 14

    
Rasheed Araeen, Shamiyaana—Food for Thought: Thought for Change, 2016–17, canopies with geometric patchwork, cooking, and eating, Kotzia Square, Athens, documenta 14, photo: Yiannis Hadjiaslanis

    Find out which ten artists are part of this exhibition in Greece and Germany

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