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Bill Viola: ‘I was always interested in the inner life of the world arou...

Dealing with themes of life and death, human consciousness and emotional expression, the artist’s ...

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Frank Stella: A Retrospective

As Stella is the first living artist to be shown at the Whitney Museum’s new downtown space, the e...

Jon Rafman

The artist draws us into his virtual world with playful installations and video works, as he leads u...

Giacometti: Pure Presence

Step into Giacometti’s world of timeless souls rendered in paint and bronze at the National Portra...

Zhan Wang: ‘I have been continually influenced by Michelangelo, Rodin an...

The Beijing-based artist is a photographer and video artist, although he is best known for sculpting...

Grant Clifford: ‘I still feel fear starting a painting’

The artist and psychotherapist discusses the intertwining of his two careers, the importance of lone...

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Bob and Roberta Smith: ‘Put all those rotten politicians under pressure ...

By bringing politics into art, the artist Patrick Brill, better known as Bob and Roberta Smith, hope...

Ayakamay: ‘I’m a street performer’

American-born Japanese artist Ayakamay came to London this month to perform at Hoxton’s Red Galler...

GR Iranna: ‘I treat all forms that I create with equal compassion – wh...

As he prepares for a solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Modern Art in Bangalore, the artist ...

Jim Shaw: The End is Here

This first comprehensive retrospective of Jim Shaw to be held in New York, which includes his own wo...

Martino Gamper: British Art Show 8

Martino Gamper is a London-based Italian designer who describes his artisanal approach as "conceptua...

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Rachel Maclean: British Art Show 8

Feed Me is the first feature-length film work by Scottish artist Rachel Maclean. With Maclean playin...

Ryan Gander: British Art Show 8

Ryan Gander, who lives and works in Suffolk and London, is displaying a range of works including scu...

Laure Prouvost: British Art Show 8

Laure Prouvost, the London-based French artist who won the 2013 Turner Prize, is showcasing three of...

Miranda Donovan: Metaphors for Mankind

Hidden deep in subterranean Shoreditch, Miranda Donovan’s multi-layered works reflect the rawness ...

Alberto Burri: The Trauma of Painting

This major retrospective showcases the pioneering work of Italian artist Alberto Burri, who took up ...

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Ryan Gander: ‘The best art provokes you without you even realising’

The artist discusses his latest exhibition, Fieldwork at the Lisson Gallery, London, why he put his ...

Marie Kaus: ‘I have this inherent need to leap’

The artist discusses her current show with Adeline de Monseignat at the Cob Gallery, why she did a h...

Frieze Art Fair 2015

Frieze London 2015 reveals buyers’ anxieties, a swell in the Asian market and an increased focus o...

Goya: The Portraits

Put aside notions of the tormented artist plagued by demons and haunted by nightmarish visions and m...

Ciara Phillips: British Art Show 8

Ciara Phillips – one of last year’s Turner Prize nominees – is a Glasgow-based Canadian artist...

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Jordan Casteel: ‘My perspective is one full of empathy and love’

In her second solo exhibition, the American painter offers a new series of portraits that seeks to r...

Derek Boshier: ‘I think I’ve turned from pop artist to popularist’

The artist rails against technology and right-wing newspapers, tells of his aspirations to create an...

British Art Show 8

Now in its eighth year, the British Art Show is the largest and most ambitious touring exhibition of...

Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns

This, the first show ever devoted to metalpoint, includes works by some of the greatest artists and ...

Sculpture in the City 2015

Now in its fifth year, the public art exhibition Sculpture in the City is showing 14 works by contem...

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Stella Ioannou: interview

Now in its fifth year, the public art exhibition Sculpture in the City shows contemporary art pieces...

John Hoyland: Power Stations: Paintings 1964-1982

Damien Hirst’s impressive new gallery opens with a sensitively curated show of one of Britain’s ...

Eileen Hogan: ‘I find out what really matters to me through working from...

The artist talks about being taught to draw in two very different ways by Euan Uglow and Frank Auerb...

What Do I Need to do to Make It OK?

Curator Liz Cooper discusses this exhibition at London’s Pumphouse Gallery, which investigates rep...



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