Grayson Perry’s tapestries travel from Serbia to Kosovo
The Vanity of Small Differences was seen by 27,000 visitors in Novi Sad, Serbia and is now on view in Pristina, Kosovo.
Shards, stilt walking and mudlarking: an artist from Trinidad and Tobago is in residence at Delfina Foundation
Joshua Lue Chee Kong, an artist, researcher and collector from Trinidad and Tobago, takes part in a new UK | Caribbean/Caribbean | UK artist residency programme, supported by British Counci in the Caribbean.
See Phyllida Barlow’s sculpture from the British Council Collection at Turner Contemporary
Coinciding with her British Pavilion exhibition at the Venice Biennale, Barlow presents her ARTIST ROOMS in Margate, including a sculpture from the British Council Collection.
The British Council supports ten artists from the UK taking part in documenta 14
Find out which artists from the UK are presenting at this exhibition in Athens, Greece and in Kassel, Germany.
The British Council supports Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler's exhibition in Egypt
Artists Noor Afshan Mirza and Brad Butler exhibit in downtown Cairo, supported by the British Council in Egypt.
Explore a new digital exhibition of British Council Collection works
You can now discover selected works from the British Council Collection via a new online exhibition experience, curated by Elif Kamışlı and produced in collaboration with the British Council in Turkey.
The British Council supports Graham Fagen’s exhibition in Canada
A solo exhibition by Scottish artist Graham Fagen opened on 24 February at the Galerie l’UQAM in Montreal, supported by the British Council in Scotland and Canada and Creative Scotland.
Explore the rich history of the UK's artists and architects at the Venice Biennale in our new website
For the past 80 years, the British Council has presented exhibitions by the UK's best artists and architects at the British Pavilion.
See Eduardo Paolozzi's works from the British Council Collection at the Whitechapel Gallery
Find out which 21 artworks from our Collection appear in a major retrospective of Scottish artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi at the Whitechapel Gallery in London.
Caribbean Queer Visualities exhibition opens in Glasgow
Check out a group exhibition of queer work by young visual artists from the Caribbean at Transmission Gallery in Glasgow, Scotland from February-March 2017.