• 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.

  • A new exhibition explores the dissonance of British society from the 1980s to today

    Rachel Maclean, The Lion and the Unicorn, 2012

    The Art of Dissonance opens at Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA) in Korea this September as part of UK/Korea 2017–18

  • Saudi curators present a group show from our Collection

    Yinka Shonibare MBE, BUTTERFLY KID (BOY) II, 2015

    We Are Not Alone opens in Jeddah in October

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  • Grayson Perry wows audiences in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Grayson Perry gives a talk on the occasion of his exhibition, The Vanity of Small Differences, at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Republic of Srpska, Banja Luka, Bosnia

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

  • 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

  • See contemporary UK painting in Korea

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

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

  • Explore our 80-year history at the Venice Biennale

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    Discover our previous exhibitions at the British Pavilion from Barbara Hepworth to Steve McQueen

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