From Belfast to Findhorn: Artist Rooms On Tour 2013

Northern Ireland’s first Andy Warhol show and two exhibitions in the Scottish Borders are among the highlights of the fifth Artist Rooms tour.

Andy Warhol, Ryuichi Sakamoto, 1984 © Artist Rooms

Andy Warhol, Ryuichi Sakamoto, 1984

The Art Fund-supported contemporary art collection will travel to sixteen venues in 2013, ten of which are joining the tour for the first time.

Four video works by Turner Prize-winner Douglas Gordon and two large canvasses by Pop artist Alex Katz have also joined the collection for 2013, bringing the number of artists represented to 35.

Artist Rooms exhibitions have already been seen by 21 million people, and by the end of its fifth tour over 50 venues will have exhibited works from the collection.

The Art Fund continues to support the tour of Artist Rooms, which is owned by Tate and the National Galleries of Scotland. For the first time, the 2013 tour will also be supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

Winter

The MAC, Belfast
Andy Warhol
7 February – 28 April 2013

Hatton Gallery, Newcastle
Ed Ruscha
22 February – 22 May 2013

Spring

Old Gala House, Galashiels
Robert Mapplethorpe
11 May – 11 August 2013

Royal Pavilion, Brighton
Jeff Koons
11 May – 8 September 2013

Summer​

Paxton House, Berwick-upon-Tweed
Robert Therrien
2 June – 31 October 2013

Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
Martin Creed
8 June – 6 October 2013

Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Ron Mueck
20 July – 2 November 2013

Wednesbury Museum & Art Gallery
Bill Viola
25 July – 1 December 2013

York St Mary's
Bruce Nauman
26 July – 10 November 2013

The Park Gallery, Falkirk
Ian Hamilton Finlay
24 August – 16 November 2013

Autumn

Moray Art Centre, Findhorn
Diane Arbus
14 September 2013 – 11 January 2014

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum
Joseph Beuys
26 October 2013 – 1 February 2014

The Potteries, Stoke-on-Trent
Richard Long
30 November 2013 – 2 March 2014

To find out more about the collection, visit Tate or National Galleries of Scotland for an in-depth look at the collection online.

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