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Tadaaki Kuwayama: ‘Here is only the art itself’

The Japanese-born artist recounts his refusal to dictate how spectators should view his work, his vi...

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Wayne Thiebaud: 1962 to 2017

The quintessentially American artist is now 96 years old, and this impressive exhibition shows an ar...

Samson Young: Songs for Disaster Relief

Young’s Venice Biennale collateral event for Hong Kong explores the disquieting cocktail of compon...

Calder: Hypermobility 2017

Drawing on its extensive collection, this small but exquisite show floated by the Whitney Museum of ...

Jay Heikes: ‘I've always loved the reminder that the natural world has t...

The Minneapolis-based artist discusses his experimental approach to materials, the significance of m...

Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction

As we see from the Barbican’s science fiction exhibition, the genre has consistently looked to the...

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Akram Zaatari: Against Photography – An Annotated History of the Arab Im...

Searching for alternative historical and cultural narratives, Zaatari reveals the contents of the Ar...

Abou Farman: ‘I want the tragic to become an acceptable space’

Abou Farman, who co-wrote Icaros: A Vision with Leonor Caraballo, talks about the film, which is bas...

Tom Phillips: ‘I’m still reading books. Nothing changes and everything...

The artist talks about his love of words, the human drive to make marks and the more spiritual side ...

Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave

This exhibition brings to life the story of the Japanese artist Hokusai’s later, and arguably grea...

Joseph Kosuth: ‘I was always interested in the limits of language and th...

On the occasion of his curated installation at Mazzoleni, the pioneer of conceptual art speaks to St...

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Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics

The Glaswegian comic-book superstar Frank Quitely is celebrated in this new exhibition of his famous...

Florian Hecker: Synopsis

Hecker manipulates digital sound and our perception of it in this installation commissioned for Tram...

Jenny Crompton: ‘I enjoy sitting in the work for hours. It becomes a med...

The Australian artist explains how she made her installation Sea Country Spirits, and talks about di...

Lee Lozano: c 1962

Merging human organs and household objects, Lozano’s early miniatures are erotic and unsettling in...

Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen: The Aalto Natives

Mellors and Nissinen represent Finland at this year’s Venice Biennale. They discuss handmade puppe...

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Joyce Pensato: FORGETTABOUT IT

Batman, Donald Duck and Disney-style mice all loom large in the US artist’s second exhibition at t...

Geta Brătescu: The Studio – A Tireless, Ongoing Space

Camden Arts Centre’s exhibition provides an overview of Brătescu’s artistic career and includin...

Greg Campbell: ‘I’d like people to get to know my friend a little thro...

Campbell talks about his film Hondros, which premiered at the year’s Tribeca Film Festival, and ab...

Elger Esser: ‘Beauty is not important; it’s a logical result in my opi...

After his recent solo exhibition at Parasol Unit in London, the artist talks about the relationship ...

Learning from Athens: Documenta 14 (Part one, Athens)

Despite multiple curatorial concepts, the first part of Documenta 14 is dominated by the decision to...

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Georgia Horgan: ‘Confident, working women were a threat to the social or...

The artist talks about her recent exhibition, All Whores are Jacobites, and how she became intrigued...

Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti’s scrawny figures pulse with kinetic energy. This new retrospective at Tate Mod...

Art in Art

The exhibition captures the ingenuity and playfulness involved in critical perception, with more tha...

Mithu Sen: ‘I constantly change my mediums so the market will not be abl...

Indian artist Mithu Sen has a quicksilver practice that is difficult to categorise or maintain as a ...

Becky Suss: ‘Putting domestic spaces into the gallery says something abo...

In her exhibition Homemaker at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York, the Philadelphia-based artist ...

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Rachel Maclean: Spite Your Face

Maclean is representing Scotland at the Venice Biennale with her new film, a dark fairytale titled S...

NS Harsha: Charming Journey

The Indian artist explains some of the works on show at this retrospective, and why, despite once wo...

Zoë Paul: La Perma-Perla Kraal Emporium

‘We need to have a connection to the place we live in. It’s an extension of ourselves and it’s...

Frieze New York 2017

The fair’s extensive list of programmes and projects, including a symposium on Latin American art,...



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