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Tim Clark – interview: ‘This set of Hokusai’s drawings is a really i...

The British Museum has just bought 103 newly rediscovered drawings by Hokusai. Tim Clark, the museum...

Fabienne Verdier: Vortex

Sound and vision collide in Verdier’s work, with this latest show exploring the physical, emotiona...

Billie Zangewa – interview: ‘I realised that I had chosen to embody th...

The Johannesburg-based artist, whose work is currently on show at Lehmann Maupin in New York, talks ...

1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair

Although this year’s fair had to be pared back, it nevertheless showcased a diverse and exciting r...

Christina Quarles – interview: ‘These works are holding onto that slow...

Created during lockdown, against a backdrop of rising deaths from Covid, the police killing of Georg...

Not Without My Ghosts: The Artist as Medium

An exhibition of art inspired by the spirit world at Drawing Room London offers up some surprising v...

Everyday Heroes

An outdoor exhibition of art on London’s Southbank celebrates the heroes of lockdown with an eclec...

Huma Bhabha – interview: ‘The more complicated and layered the work is...

The artist explains how working for a taxidermist helped her with sculpture, why she is fond of mate...

Stuart Whipps: If Wishes Were Thrushes, Beggars Would Eat Birds

Using installation, photography, film and sound, Whipps takes us on a journey exploring histories fr...

Michael Schmidt Retrospective: Photographs 1965-2014

A hometown survey of the Berlin photographer captures a city on the cusp of change, anxious and expe...

Nancy Holt: Points of View

Her enduring interest in language and visual perception, combine in this fascinating yet intimate ex...

Cecily Brown

The Baroque splendour of Blenheim Palace meets its match in Cecily Brown’s furious, kaleidoscopic ...

Krištof Kintera – interview: ‘Humour helps us to survive’

Unable to install The End of Fun! at Ikon in Birmingham because of Covid-19 travel restrictions, Kin...

Dana Schutz: Shadow of a Cloud Moving Slowly

The American painter’s first London show unleashes a gallery of grotesques that are equal parts ho...

Alexandre da Cunha – interview: ‘All my work is about combining things...

The artist discusses his use of found objects, the place of autobiography in his work, his fascinati...

Danh Vo: Chicxulub

Despite reminding us of our catastrophic past, our difficult present and our fragile future, this ex...

Matisse: The Books – book review

This sumptuous publication brings together Matisse’s eight livres d’artiste with meticulous atte...

Ayako Suwa: Taste of Reminiscence, Delicacies from Nature

The Japanese food artist Ayako Suwa usually uses food and flavours as her medium, but the Covid pand...

English Filth: Cat Roissetter

In her latest exhibition, Roissetter creates a distorted dreamworld that playfully, but subtly revea...

Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum – interview: ‘I needed to put my own body on ...

Through multilayered works that merge vibrant female figures with fantastical landscapes, the South ...

John Byrne at 80

This celebratory exhibition of Byrne’s screenprints, along with a companion show of portraits of t...

Toby Ziegler: The sudden longing to collapse 30 years of distance

In a new series of large geometric works on paper and smaller figurative oil paintings on aluminium,...

Craig Gough – interview: ‘Improvisation in painting is a lot like jazz...

Now in his 80s, Gough continues to paint his vast abstract canvases. He talks about his long career ...

Héctor Zamora: Lattice Detour (2020)

With its nod to the US-Mexico border wall, Zamora’s installation at the Met raises provocative que...

Jacqueline Poncelet – interview: ‘Uncertainty is all right; it gives u...

A major UK survey exhibition of her work reveals the restless creativity and curiosity of this talen...

Emma Critchley – interview: ‘Being underwater where everything complet...

She has worked with dancers in the world’s deepest swimming pool, with scientists investigating gl...

En plein air: art in the time of pandemic

With museums and galleries shut due to the pandemic, art had to be rethought. Online shows have thei...

Alberta Whittle – interview: ‘No one can find Barbados on a map, where...

The artist talks about the erasure of black people in everyday society, and how this informs and mot...

Dress Code: Are You Playing Fashion?

How did you choose the clothes you are wearing today, and what do they say about you? This show pick...

Christo & Jeanne-Claude’s London Mastaba Rises Again – and Again and A...

A clever smartphone app has turned Christo & Jeanne-Claude’s London Mastaba into a trick of augmen...

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