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John Latham: A World View and Speak: Tania Bruguera, Douglas Gordon, Laure...

Two concurrent exhibitions present a selective view of ...

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Linda Kitson: [Mine is] ‘a reactive sort of work – it’s a reaction t...

The artist talks about the works in Drawings and Projec...

Lygia Pape: A Multitude of Forms

The exhibition gives an insight into the development of modernism in Brazil, a country to which it...

Ruth Maclennan: ‘I realised that global warming was happening, and asked...

The visual artist talks about what art can do in the fa...

Queer British Art 1861-1967

To mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of sex between men, Tate Britain’s ...

Secundino Hernández: ‘As a painter you have to have the courage to not ...

The artist talks about his academic origins, the delica...

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Enrique Martínez Celaya: ‘The sense of past as memory always has force...

The artist talks about his latest show, The Gypsy Camp,...

Heywood and Condie: Head Land

Tony Heywood and Alison Condie’s ode to Hastings attempts to combine psychedelic sculpture with...

David Hepher – Grain of Concrete

Unusually for a landscape artist, Hepher has for 40 years focused almost exclusively on the towe...

Ipek Duben: ‘I’m suggesting, with this project, that we should stop to...

The Turkish artist discusses her work THEY/ONLAR, a mul...

Brook Andrew: ‘I was challenged to unwind the histories that were told t...

History, identity and race dominate the Australian arti...

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Alexey Titarenko: ‘I wanted to capture my inner perception of the world ...

An exhibition at the Naiya Alexander Gallery in New Yor...

Constable and Brighton

A pivotal period of John Constable’s life was spent in Brighton, where he would repeat three favourite...

Deanna Petherbridge: ‘Drawing can be a million different things, but I t...

Using pen and ink as a metaphorical means of interrogat...

James Capper: the making of Six Step

We visited James Capper over the course of four months, first filming him in his London studio...

From Selfie to Self-Expression

Advertised as the world’s first exhibition dedicated to the history of the selfie, From Selfie...

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Sam Cornish: ‘We started with this idea that all works would have to con...

The co-curator of Kaleidoscope: Colour and Sequence in ...

Maeve Brennan: The Drift

Premiering at the Chisenhale Gallery, Brennan’s film The Drift (2017) depicts restorative labour as ...

Naeem Mohaiemen: It is Not Necessary to Understand Everything

Tensta Konsthall is showing Bangladeshi artist Naeem Mohaiemen’...

Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun: Behind the Mask, Another Mask

Defying history, this exhibition reveals crucial parallels between ...

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Norman Hyams: ‘I very much believe in losing a painting and finding it’

The artist talked to Studio International about his pai...

Drawing Biennial 2017

The eighth edition of the Drawing Biennial, which includes more than 200 works on paper, prompts a reflection...

Marsden Hartley’s Maine

Capping a series of pioneering shows at the Met Breuer that, force majeure, will serve as the new wing of...

After Industry

This exhibition of works by Christer Karlstad, Willy Verginer and Jason DeMarte, fittingly staged in a former fireho...

Jean Painlevé

This is the first UK solo show for this fascinating artist, who chronicled key moments in the lives of seahorses, sn...

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Architecture as Metaphor

A mix of sculpture, tapestry, film, photography, painting and collage by 33 artists whose work refers to, ...

Amelie von Wulffen: The Misjudged Bimpfi

For her first solo exhibition in the UK, the artist deals with themes of guilt, marginalis...

Saad Qureshi: ‘You can’t really pick your medium. Your medium picks yo...

The artist talks about his seduction by charcoal, his f...

A Painter’s Doubt

In order to understand contemporary painting, curator Séamus Kealy presents the work of nine European ar...



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