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David Hockney RA: 82 Portraits and 1 Still Life

The brightly coloured faces lining the walls of this exhibition show a human fascin...

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Philip Hunter: ‘I’ve developed an approach to painting that emulates t...

The Australian artists talks about the influence of Sid...

Rana Begum: 'I love using readymade materials in the work'

Studio International visited Rana Begum in her studio in north-east Lond...

Painters’ Paintings: from Freud to Van Dyck

The National Gallery sheds light on the personalities of some of the biggest names in...

Georgiana Houghton: Spirit Drawings

She was an abstract painter out of time, a visionary and a maverick, but Georgiana Houghton was...

The beautiful book: art publishing today

Art books have a special appeal: they are beautiful, collectable objects that are a pleasu...

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Moholy-Nagy: Future Present

A major retrospective showcases the work of multimedia Hungarian artist László Moholy-Nag...

Susie Hamilton: In Atoms

Concerned with the human condition and the solitary existence of individuals, Hamilton’s paintings c...

Yun-Fei Ji: ‘I’m pessimistic about China’

He may use scrolls and work in ink in the millennial-old tradition of Chinese lands...

Jeff Koons: Now

For the second exhibition at his gallery in Vauxhall, Damien Hirst presents more than 30 works by Koons, some of wh...

Manolo Valdés: ‘I only like apples if they look like Cezanne’s apples...

Like a magpie, taking fragments from works of art that ...

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Li Jin: Being

Alongside some of his older works, this exhibition focuses on his new, mostly monochrome paintings, executed in a ran...

Wolfgang Tillmans

What is lost is lost forever, says Tillmans in this politically charged exhibition, which includes posters implor...

Harland Miller: ‘Brevity is no strength of mine’

The writer and artist discusses Berlin, Bowie and alter egos, his show with Bl...

Dóra Maurer: ‘My work has been based on change, shifting, traces, tempo...

As a new exhibition surveys her 50-years career, the Hu...

Almuth Tebbenhoff: ‘I’m wrestling with ideas that are way out of my co...

The sculptor talks about the perpetual puzzle of the co...

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Bhupen Khakhar: You Can’t Please All

Whether depicting the pathos of everyday tradesmen, the union of same-sex lovers, or the emb...

Ella Kruglyanskaya

Colourful, cartoonesque depictions of curvaceous, sassy women people the Latvian artist’s paintings but, d...

Anthony McCall: ‘I wondered if it would be possible to make a film that ...

The artist, a key figure in the avant-garde London Film...

Guillermo Kuitca

In this bold collection of paintings, the Argentinian artist demonstrates his “cubistoid” style, creat...

Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms

The largest exhibition of Bacon’s paintings ever held in the north of England, it takes as its...

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Cuba Libre, Con Permiso

Artists are the plutocrats in Cuba and, with trade embargos with the US likely to be lifted soon, storied c...

Maria Lassnig

Concerned with the fundamental problem of the location of the body, both on canvas and in the world, the Austrian art...

Tess Jaray: Dark & Light

In this exhibition, which comprises three triptychs and two small standalone pieces, Jaray’s interes...

Cory Arcangel: ‘Making art is just basically dowsing’

The Brooklyn-based artist talks about his latest show at the Lisson Galle...

Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds

Ongoing excavations of two rediscovered cities have shone light on a rich era in Egyptian hist...

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György Kovásznai: A Cold War Artist. Animation. Painting. Freedom

The first UK retrospective of the work of the Hungarian artist,...

Fox Talbot: Dawn of the Photograph

This exhibition tells the story of the birth of photography, exploring the vision of the Victori...

Katie Paterson: ‘As a child, I used to practise daydreaming’

With her largest UK show to date currently on at the Lowry, the ar...

Robert Irwin: All the Rules Will Change

This exhibition looks at work the artist produced from 1958 to 1970, a time when he reconsi...



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