Gilbert and George


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Gilbert and George

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(Biography) a team of artists, Gilbert Proesch, Italian, born 1942, and George Passmore, British, born 1943: noted esp for their photomontages and performance works
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RENOWNED artists Gilbert and George are coming to Belfast for their first major exhibition in Ireland for 20 years.
It is one of dozens of photographs taken by Princess Margaret's former husband, including pictures of actor Terence T Stamp, artists Gilbert and George and journalist Sir Harold Evans.
ARTISTIC duo Gilbert and George have unveiled their latest exhibition - a series of pictures made up of thousands of pilfered newspaper billboard posters.
ARTISTIC duo Gilbert and George have unveiled an exhibition based on thousands of pilfered newspaper billboards - including one about the Northern Rock collapse.
British artists Gilbert and George have never shied away from looking the brutal truths of life directly in the eye, and their latest collection, which debuted in Hong Kong this week, is no different.
Summary: Artistic duo Gilbert and George have unveiled their latest exhibition at London's White Cube gallery.
When I started paying more attention I realised that I should have known who was responsible, the art duo Gilbert and George who over the last 40 years have created an extraordinary reputation not just for their work but for themselves.
I'd first seen Gilbert and George in the late 70s when they were 'living sculptures' in their ground-making "don't make art: be it" which they said came from being poor students at St Martin's with no money for expensive materials.
Corrections: Our April 22 story "Dynamic Duo" indicated that a Gilbert and George retrospective was traveling to Minneapolis; the show, in fact, is traveling to the Milwaukee Art Museum, June 14-September 1.
The paintings, photographs, drawings and sculptures by 32 artists, including Andy Warhol, Gilbert and George, Damien and Hirst, Ron Mueck, Jeff Koons and Diane Arbus will travel across galleries and museums in Britain.
Two early film works by Gilbert and George are on show, the wonderful Gordons Gets Us Drunk, with its Land of Hope and Glory soundtrack and the two of them drinking, and Portrait of the Artists as Young Men, both from the early 70s.
Tim Marlow explores the new Tate Modern exhibition by controversial artists Gilbert and George.