About Us

For over 30 years,  and since 1991 under the direction of James Lingwood and Michael Morris, Artangel has produced extraordinary art in unexpected places in our London home, across the UK and around the world.

We produce art that challenges perceptions, surprises, inspires and wouldn’t be possible within the confines of a gallery.


No Fixed Address: 25 Years of Artangel

In 2016 we are pleased to celebrate James Lingwood’s and Michael Morris’s 25th year as Artangel’s co-directors with a special lecture on the key places, projects and people that define Artangel. 

When: 18:45 – 20:00 GMT, 16 March 2016
Where: Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), Jarvis Hall, 66 Portland Place London W1B 1AD, UK

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What We Do

We pride ourselves in pushing the boundaires of what is possible, collaborating with artists to realise ideas from the furthest reaches of their imagination.

Artangel lets artists do what no one else will. It's as simple as that. – Jeremy Deller

Artists we have worked with have gone on to win the Turner Prize, Academy Awards, Olivier Awards and represent their countries at the Venice Biennale.

Most Artangel projects are installations and events created for a specific location and therefore usually appear only once. However a number of film and video works are regularly on display at UK galleries and museums. To be the first to know about our work, enter your email address at the bottom of this page to subscribe to our monthly newsletter, follow us on social media or see what’s on now

Artangel is a charitable organisation funded by trusts, foundations, Arts Council England and individual patrons known as Angels. 

A walk-through of the 2011 project Locked Room Scenario by Ryan Gander.

Selected Press

Have Artangel done more for British art than Tate Modern? – profile in The Times
Artangel pioneered the use of unconventional venues and refined the notion of spectacular one-off art events – profile in The Guardian