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In the Age of Giorgione

This exhibition endeavours to pin down a phantom of art history, a man whose paintings are so elusiv...

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Heidi Kilpeläinen: ‘In a way, I suppose I’m making my reading of the ...

The London-based Finnish artist talks about her multidisciplinary practice and her recent residencie...

Secret Surface: Where Meaning Materialises

Prepare for a sensory bombardment in this sprawling exhibition, which examines the concept of surfac...

The Met Breuer

As the brutalist bunker that used to house the Whitney opens its doors as the Met Breuer, has the wa...

Stephen Shore: Retrospective

At 17, Shore was already photographing Andy Warhol and his collaborators. This comprehensive exhibit...

Becky Beasley: Lake Erie from the Northwest

The British artist’s new solo exhibition reflects her unwavering interest in physical and non-phys...

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Nico Vascellari: ‘I’m not interested in the rules or breaking them. I ...

The artist talks about how touring in a band influenced his work, despising morality in art, how we ...

Mark Wallinger: ‘Even the ugliest mark, with symmetry, gains some kind o...

After months of psychoanalysis, the Turner Prize-winning artist reveals something of his inner self ...

Michelle Stuart: Theatre of Memory – Photographic Works

For Stuart, each photograph matters in such a way that when we look at one or many of them, we sense...

Takashi Murakami’s Superflat Collection – from Shōhaku and Rosanjin t...

Artist Takashi Murakami has built up a vast collection centred around contemporary art, but also inc...

Barry Flanagan Animal, Vegetable, Mineral

Marking the 50th anniversary of Flanagan’s first solo show, this exhibition affords visitors a gli...

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Colin Self: ‘I want to be devoid of the art world and paddle my own cano...

On the occasion of his exhibition at London’s Mayor Gallery, the most singular of British pop arti...

Verónica Losantos: Screen Memories

To recreate memories of a father she hasn’t seen since she was a 12-year-old child, the artist tur...

Das Institut

Creative duo Kerstin Brätsch and Adele Röder’s transformative installation at the Serpentine Sac...

Peter Fischli David Weiss: How to Work Better

The Swiss duo play with viewers’ habits and expectations, but they demand to be taken seriously at...

Eighth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8)

Emphasising postcolonial themes of displacement, migration and return, privilege and exploitation, A...

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Armory Week 2016

There was a feeling this year of tectonic shift, with black the current chic, and all things African...

Andy Warhol – Ai Weiwei

This exhibition of more than 300 works explores the formal similarities and conceptual differences b...

Kiki Kogelnik: Works from 1962-68

With her joyful neon palette and playful style, Kogelnik is often considered Austria’s pre-eminent...

Sergio Caballero: ‘I’m interested in the creative process. I couldn’...

The Spanish artist, composer, film-maker and director of Barcelona’s Sónar Festival talks about h...

Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art

This exhibition includes some beautiful and touching examples of artistic hero worship, but the unde...

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Lin Tianmiao: ‘Thread winding taught me to be patient’

Incorporating weaving, sewing and embroidery into her fine art practice, the multidisciplinary artis...

Andrea Ponsi: ‘I draw, therefore I am’

The architect, designer, writer and painter on how he went from building his own shelter in a South ...

Joachim Koester: The Other Side of the Sky

With works by JMW Turner and constant reference to the surrealist artist Henri Michaux, Koester take...

Botticelli and Treasures from the Hamilton Collection

Botticelli’s delicate illustrations of Dante’s The Divine Comedy steal the show in this exhibiti...

Chillida: Rhythm–Time–Silence

Three monumental sculptures of corten steel and granite, made in the closing years of Spanish artist...

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Chantal Joffe: ‘I want to make the painting feel like the person’

The artist talks about what she seeks to capture in a painting, how motherhood changed her, and why ...

Conrad Shawcross: ‘It looks like a wonder of the world’

Conrad Shawcross talks to Studio International about his new public sculpture, Paradigm, and shows u...

Joe Graham: ‘Anchor is not quite a book about drawing, and yet it’s no...

His new book, Anchor, presents 14 responses to the question: What is an outline? Here, he explains w...

Anri Sala: Answer Me

Sound, music and history are brought together in this comprehensive look at Sala’s work, which inc...



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