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Sturtevant: Dialectic of Distance

On the 55th anniversary of Sturtevant’s radical re-creation of Claes Oldenburg’s The Store, Thad...

Pacing the Void: Rhona Warwick Paterson and Eve Mutso

The wonderment of Paterson’s words and Mutso’s choreography in an amazing atmospheric setting re...

Ian Cheng – interview: ‘What’s the worst possible dad I could be? Ma...

The American artist Ian Cheng explores parenthood and agency in an imagined future that sees humans ...

Jadé Fadojutimi: Can We See the Colour Green Because We Have a Name for I...

In this small but vibrant new body of work, Jadé Fadojutimi ’s fluid and colourful paintings seek...

Marina Perez Simão: Onda

Marina Perez Simão’s works have great appeal, and her fantastical futurism chimes with an art wor...

Futuristic feminist propositions read through the work of Wangechi Mutu

The third in a series of four essays that relate visual art and literature; here interlacing the wor...

Haptic Vision: Rosa Lee and Jo Bruton

Inspired by the American Pattern and Decoration Movement, Rosa Lee and Jo Bruton emerged in the 1980...

Permindar Kaur – interview: ‘It’s hard to get a balance in the work:...

Sculptor Permindar Kaur talks to Hettie Judah about her playful use of the domestic realm to explore...

Museu.xyz – interview: ‘All shows in the physical world should also be...

A museum that exists entirely in the metaverse is generating new opportunities for Brazilian artists...

In the Light: Photographic works by James Barnor, Benji Reid, Alexis Peski...

Aware of Africa’s past and confident in its future, four contemporary artists shed fresh light on ...

Matisse: The Red Studio

Henri Matisse’s landmark painting is brought to life, shown with the artworks it portrays for the ...

Melissa McGill – interview: ‘One of my main influences is water’

The multimedia artist reveals how a two-year stay in Venice shaped her career and why water features...

Cooking Sections and Sakiya: In the Eddy of the Stream

Two collectives, one from Scotland and one from Palestine, come together as part of the science cent...

Sascha Wiederhold: Rediscovery of a Forgotten Artist

The great museum of modern German art reintroduces the world to Sascha Wiederhold, chronicler of Wei...

Mariana Castillo Deball – interview: ‘History belongs to everyone’

Mariana Castillo Deball discusses her interest in history and how artefacts and their re-creations a...

Vivienne Binns: On and Through the Surface

This comprehensive and fascinating show includes 60 years of eclectic and experimental work by Vivie...

Bill Lynch: The Exile of Dionysus

Bill Lynch was overlooked in his lifetime, his career cut short by an early death, but this small ex...

Isaac Julien: Once Again … (Statues Never Die)

Isaac Julien’s immersive five-screen installation exploring the relationship of US art collector A...

Frank Bowling and Sculpture

An exhibition and monograph explore Frank Bowling’s near-forgotten sculptures, while discovering t...

Casa Balla

The futurist painter Giacomo Balla transformed his Roman apartment into a complete work of art. Now,...

Pre-Raphaelites: Drawings and Watercolours

Pre-Raphaelites: Drawings and Watercolours. Tender portraits and works inspired by nature, art and p...

Robin Greenwood

In this show of work by Abcrit.org’s founder Robin Greenwood, abstract paintings vie with sculptur...

Monika Fabijanska – interview: ‘I wanted Women at War to explain a war...

Curator Monika Fabijanska explains why, for her show at the Fridman Gallery in New York, she chose f...

Nick Merriman – interview: ‘Removing as many barriers as possible to p...

London’s Horniman Museum has just been awarded one of the art world’s biggest prizes. Nick Merri...

Lubna Chowdhary – interview: ‘Erratic is a useful analogy for a diaspo...

With swooping forms and blazing colour, Lubna Chowdhary explores the grey areas between east and wes...

Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly

Premiered at the Glastonbury Festival, Ai Weiwei: Yours Truly is a moving and powerful documentary a...

What can we expect from Oslo’s mega new National Museum?

Oslo’s new National Museum opened in June, its 6,500 objects arranged to tell a refreshingly inclu...

Earth: Digging Deep in British Art 1781-2022

From Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable to Richard Long and Yinka Shonibare, what unites these a...

Céline Condorelli – interview: ‘The histories of work are really open...

The architecturally trained artist Céline Condorelli talks about her new show at Edinburgh’s Talb...

Milton Avery: American Colourist

In the first comprehensive exhibition of Avery in Europe, the RA brings together more than 70 works ...

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