Our work in the arts is driven by innovation, showcasing new talents, developing leadership and promoting diversity.
Our work in arts
We work with the best of British creative talent and a strong network of partners to develop innovative collaborations and events. We work in all art forms to create new ways of connecting with and seeing each other through the arts.
Disability Arts International is dedicated to creating more international opportunities for Deaf and disabled artists. It's designed for arts professionals, programmers and venue managers.
Discover the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale and watch our videos about Phyllida Barlow, Rachel Maclean and James Richard, representing the UK selected this year.
Saturday 13 May 2017 to Sunday 26 November 2017
FRAC Île-de-france presents British artist Kaye Donachie first solo exhibition in France.
Thursday 18 May 2017 to Sunday 23 July 2017
- FRAC Ile-de-France
European Creative Hubs Network is a 2-year project which aim is to help creative hubs connect and collaborate across Europe.
Follow the journey of Oscar Murillo through Europe, North Africa and Latin America, questioning cultural production and our sense of belonging.
Tuesday 13 June 2017 to Sunday 24 September 2017
- Jeu de Paume, Paris
In collaboration with London’s Tate Britain and the Metropolitan Museum of New York, the Centre Pompidou is to present the most comprehensive retrospective ever devoted to David Hockney.
Wednesday 21 June 2017 to Monday 23 October 2017
- Centre Pompidou, Paris
The British Council proudly presents a window into the world and work of David Shrigley, which you can enjoy wherever you are.