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Yves Klein

The alchemical French artist’s first UK retrospective in two decades reaffirms the cosmic wonder of his oeuvre

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Bonnard: En toute intimité

This is an exhibition focusing on intimacy, which conjures just that in its thorough, yet tender, explo...

Titus Kaphar: ‘My subconscious mind had created a fiction that masquerad...

For his current exhibition at Jack Shainman Gallery in ...

The founding of The Studio

In April 1893 a new art magazine entitled The Studio appeared in British newsagents. Subtitled ...

Aki Sasamoto: ‘I enjoy how much I can push meaning with the wrong answer...

New York-based performance artist Aki Sasamoto has a te...

Maria Nepomuceno: ‘I want to create a place where people can be suspende...

The Brazilian artist talks about her fascination with h...

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Manifesto (by Julian Rosefeldt with Cate Blanchett)

This superb cinematic production, in which Cate Blanchett brilliantly conjures ...

Hedy Ritterman: ‘My motivation was to confront mortality, identity and l...

Ritterman talks about how her current exhibition, which...

Susannah Stark: ‘I like to create something that bears the trace of mult...

The artists talks about cultural memories, Spolia, swam...

Gerasimos Floratos: Big Town

Gerasimos Floratos’s expressive paintings combine shapes and colour from his daily life in New Y...

Hugo McCloud: ‘I respect the beauty in the things that are overlooked’

The emerging artist Hugo McCloud, whose layered abstract...

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Carl Andre: Sculpture As Place, 1958-2010

This tribute to the 20th-century US artist includes sculptures, poems, photographs and wo...

Caragh Thuring: ‘It’s a sort of standoff – how am I going to deal wi...

The Brussels-born artist discusses reconstructing old p...

Australia’s Impressionists

This exhibition highlights the paintings of four artists working at a crucial turning point in Austral...

Mette Edvardsen: ‘If forgetting is important, then so is remembering’

The dancer, choreographer and performer talks about memor...

Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

Taking over two floors of the Met Breuer, this stunning career retrospective insinuates the African Am...

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Painters’ Painters

There is a quiet revolution happening in paint. But, paradoxically, Painters’ Painters seems out to prov...

Kong Ning: ‘Being a witness mentally scarred me’

Multidisciplinary artist and environmental activist Kong Ning is based in Beij...

Frank Stella: The Kenneth Tyler Print Collection

Focusing on the rich seam of Stella’s prints, this show gives an insight int...

Paul de Monchaux: Ten Columns

In only his second solo show, the 82-year-old artist explores the potential of the column as a site f...

Peggy Franck: With no hands. Like a sea

For her first exhibition at Arcade gallery in London, Peggy Franck has installed her painti...

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Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016

Since 1949 New Contemporaries has hand-picked graduate and emerging artists to present them to th...

George Ridgway: interview

George Ridgway graduated last year from the Glasgow School of Art. His work traverses painting and instal...

Kate Fahey: interview

Kate Fahey is concerned with slowing down how we interact with images. In the age of Google, where our consum...

Robert Rauschenberg

This exhibition, the first full-scale retrospective of Rauschenberg’s work since his death in 2008, takes...

Seungjo Jeong: interview

South Korean artist Seungjo Jeong creates pared-back canvases that explore the relationship between viewer...

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Roman Ondák: The Source of Art is in the Life of a People

In a show lasting 100 days and symbolising 100 years, the celebrated con...

John Currin

In five new works at Sadie Coles HQ, the controversial American painter clothes the history of art in vulgarity

Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016

Palpable relief that the sky was not falling in freed this year’s 78,000 fairgoers to act out T...

Fabienne Verdier: ‘I am an intrepid woman, a bit of a rebel maybe’

Verdier explains her unique method of vertical painting, usi...



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