Tom Morton

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What do the first art works and recent speculations about early man tell us about today?

BY Tom Morton | 01 OCT 10

Swallow street, London, UK

BY Tom Morton | 01 APR 10

Hats Plus, London, UK

BY Tom Morton | 01 JAN 10

Employing media as diverse as a suspended caravan and a levitating donkey, Lara Favaretto unearths the romance and possibility buried in futility

BY Tom Morton | 01 OCT 09

Human cameras, fortune tellers, unreliable memories – in Lindsay Seers’ work, the truth is not what it seems

BY Tom Morton | 17 JUN 09

Wall texts in museums and galleries are meant to elucidate and educate, why are most badly written, full of jargon, and painfully reductive?

BY Tom Morton | 01 JUN 09

Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK

BY Tom Morton | 05 MAY 09

Curator Nicolas Bourriaud talks botany, modernity, time, class and exhibition-making

BY Tom Morton | 01 JAN 09

Ambiguity, concealment and eroticism lurk in the shadows of Victor Man’s paintings and installations

BY Tom Morton | 01 NOV 08

Alternative histories and playful anachronisms shape Steven Claydon’s sculptures, paintings and videos

BY Tom Morton | 09 SEP 08

Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK

BY Tom Morton | 05 JUN 08

Korean Cultural Centre, London, UK

BY Tom Morton | 05 JUN 08

On the occasion of his first UK solo show – 'Celebration Park' – at Tate Modern this summer, Tom Morton spoke to Pierre Huyghe about journeys, exhibition-making, fiction and the future

BY Tom Morton | 07 JUN 06

Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland

BY Tom Morton | 07 JUN 06

Urs Fischer’s work is characterized by happy accidents – slips of the hand and mind that can transform even the ugliest of ducklings into a weirdly beautiful swan

BY Tom Morton | 10 OCT 04

Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK

BY Tom Morton | 01 JAN 04

Freemason's hall, London, UK

BY Tom Morton | 01 JAN 04

Aesthetic and political elites

BY Tom Morton | 01 JAN 04

Claire Barclay

BY Tom Morton | 12 NOV 03

Various Venues

BY Tom Morton | 11 NOV 03