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Karen Kilimnik: Early Drawings 1976-1998

Sprüth Magers takes us on a whistle-stop tour through the American artist Karen Kilimnik’s early ...

Ann Gallagher – interview: ‘Hélio Oiticica’s work was outstanding i...

As the first survey of Hélio Oiticica in London in 15 years goes on show at the Lisson Gallery, its...

Jonathas de Andrade: With the Heart Coming Out of the Mouth – Venice Bie...

Giant ears, a massive inflatable heart and a disembodied head – Jonathas de Andrade explains why h...

Goran Trbuljak – interview: ‘It is a kind of painting – a painting t...

The conceptual artist and film-maker Goran Trbuljak explains why seeing Neil Armstrong walk on the m...

Stalin’s Architect: Power and Survival in Moscow – book review

This fascinating book is as much about the history of Stalinist Russia as it is about Boris Iofan, t...

Beatrice Merz – interview: ‘The purpose of the project is to contribut...

Led by Fondazione Merz, a new arts centre in Palermo hopes to engage local people with contemporary ...

Ettore Spalletti: Works on paper, editions and books

A treasure trove of an exhibition surveys the late Italian master Ettore Spalletti’s exploration o...

Raphael

Raphael. This thrilling show lays out the full spectrum of the Renaissance artist’s output, from h...

Sigurður Guðjónsson: Perpetual Motion – Venice Biennale 2022

In the darkness of the Icelandic Pavilion, Sigurður Guðjónsson talks about his monumental video w...

Pedro Cabrita Reis – interview: ‘Through all these years, I’ve alway...

In the run up to his exhibition in Venice during the 59th Biennale, the internationally renowned Por...

Celia Paul: Memory and Desire

This is a poignant and deeply personal show, and sadness permeates Celia Paul's works, done during l...

Henry Moore: The Sixties

Sculptures and drawings, set in the very place they were created, along with Moore’s own vast coll...

Langlands & Bell: Ideas of Utopia, Near Heaven, and Absent Artists

Visitors to Charleston will be treated to three intriguing shows from Langlands & Bell, including th...

Mahesh Baliga – interview: ‘Collected sorrow becomes my work. My work ...

As his first solo show outside India takes place at David Zwirner in London, Mahesh Baliga explains ...

Albert Edelfelt and Akseli Gallen-Kallela

Can art create a country? Two concurrent exhibitions in Paris showcase the artists who forged Finlan...

Sheila Hicks: Off Grid

From her small woven minimes to installations that stretch from floor to ceiling, Sheila Hicks’s c...

Radio Ballads

Sonia Boyce, Helen Cammock, Rory Pilgrim and Ilona Sagar spent three years working with creative com...

Leeroy New – interview: ‘I am trying to challenge myself to use only r...

Filipino multimedia artist Leeroy New has just “docked” three “ships” made of bamboo and was...

Robert Indiana: Sculpture 1958-2018

This major show, spanning six decades of Robert Indiana’s career, makes clear that there was far m...

Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2022

Among a high-impact shortlist for this year’s prize, Anastasia Samoylova’s photographs of an apo...

Hulda Guzmán – interview: ‘I feel a little bad for the rest of the na...

The Dominican artist Hulda Guzmán talks about the things that inspire her, her father’s influence...

Rachel Jones: Say Cheeeeese

Rachel Jones doesn’t want people to make quick judgments on what her works are saying, and the col...

Rana Begum: Dappled Light

Rana Begum’s second UK solo show reveals a shift into more organic forms and expands her explorati...

Britta Marakatt-Labba: Under the Vast Sky

Miniature hand-stitched worlds hide darker themes – climate change, corporate exploitation, right-...

Ali Cherri – interview: ‘You cannot un-write violence. I am interested...

Ali Cherri has tackled a subject that museums would prefer not to bring to public attention – what...

Garmenting: Costume as Contemporary Art

As well as putting artist-made clothing firmly into the category of art, this show also looks at its...

Ming Smith – interview: ‘Photography’s the only thing I know’

As Pippy Houldsworth Gallery exhibits her first UK solo show, the pioneering American photographer M...

Sophie Calle and her guest Jean-Paul Demoule: The Ghosts of Orsay

Through photographs, text and objects, Sophie Calle weaves a tale about the time she spent staying i...

Hassan Khan Infusing Objects with Texts – an Essay

Using sculpture, text and film, Hassan Khan explores power and corruption, forcing us to confront ho...

Charles Ray: Figure Ground

This show brings together 19 works, sculptures from across Ray’s 50-year career – including the ...

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