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Yoan Capote – interview: ‘When a Cuban looks at the sea, he remembers ...

The artist talks about his new series of large-scale paintings, Requiem, and how his work is influen...

The Armory Show 2021

Defying the pandemic and housed in a radiant new show space, New York’s preeminent art fair belied...

Hans Op de Beeck – interview: ‘It’s about suspension of disbelief an...

The artist talks about art-making as catharsis and why, for him, it is all about the creation of vis...

Doron Langberg – interview: ‘There's this rush of empathy and emotion...

As his first London gallery show opens, Doron Langberg, the Brooklyn-based artist, talks intimacy, i...

The Lost Leonardo – film review

Directed by Andreas Koefoed, this riveting documentary about the controversial Salvator Mundi, the m...

Graham Little – interview: ‘Smallness feels natural to me’

Ahead of his new exhibition at Alison Jacques Gallery, Scottish painter Graham Little talks about th...

The Renaissance Cities: Art in Florence, Rome and Venice by Norbert Wolf ...

Well-researched, accessible and bringing new insights to the works of the period, this is not a book...

Matthew Krishanu – interview: ‘I want my paintings to exist somewhere ...

Matthew Krishanu, whose figurative paintings explore childhood, religion, colonialism and empire, ta...

Tokyo: Art and Photography

A dizzying array of 400 years of artworks from the capital is testimony to the ability of the Japane...

Disciples of Dóra Maurer

A snappy group show offers a snapshot of Hungarian art today, as filtered through the influence of t...

Matthew Wong: Footsteps in the Wind, Ink Drawings 2013-2017

This riveting exhibition of 24 of Matthew Wong’s ink drawings takes us deep into the complex, and ...

Tess Jaray: Thinking on Paper by Tess Jaray – book review

With work from 1960 to 2000 reproduced as found, with rubbings and calculations, Jaray’s book offe...

Nneka Uzoigwe – interview: ‘I find plein air painting extraordinary be...

Nneka Uzoigwe talks about her residency at Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village responding to the wo...

Thomas Joshua Cooper: The World’s Edge

Thirty-five vast black-and white photographs transport us to unbearably beautiful and heartbreakingl...

Hilda Kortei: Waitless Beyond Blue

Kortei subverts traditional practices, using alternative materials and approaches to the constructio...

Leiko Ikemura – interview: ‘I think we have this inner life, and this ...

Leiko Ikemura speaks about her exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre, the landscapes within us and why ...

Angela Heisch – interview: ‘I think of these works as theatrical – t...

As she prepared for her first solo UK show, at the Pippy Houldsworth Gallery in London, Heisch spoke...

Kenji Hirasawa – interview: ‘I approach the sitter like a guardian ang...

Hirasawa uses a thermal imaging camera to make portraits of people. He explains what drew him to thi...

National Gallery Outdoor Exhibition

An al fresco pop-up, showing 20 life-size reproductions of ‘the nation’s favourite paintings’,...

Jennifer Wen Ma: ‘With the pandemic and the turbulent political situatio...

Jennifer Wen Ma talks about how the Covid lockdown – and increased awareness of social injustice a...

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on artists: ‘It was necessary for ar...

With the Covid-19 pandemic still causing major disruption in many parts of the world, three artists,...

Gustave Moreau: The Fables

A treasure trove of an exhibition unveils Moreau’s wondrous watercolours, not seen in public since...

Visions of Heaven: Dante and the Art of Divine Light by Martin Kemp – bo...

In this lavishly illustrated and intriguingly written book, Kemp explores how Dante influenced the w...

Joan Eardley: Centenary

To mark the centenary of her birth, the Scottish Gallery is hosting a small but impressive exhibitio...

Pope.L: Notations, Holes and Humour

Pope.L, the pioneering American performance artist, makes his London gallery debut with an explosive...

Peter St John – interview: ‘You can see how this building has develope...

The co-founder of Caruso St John Architects, behind such projects as Tate Britain’s refurbishment ...

Christopher Houghton Budd – interview: ‘What’s needed here is a high...

Economist-turned-artist Houghton Budd, who moved to Folkestone seven years ago, has created a most e...

Folkestone Triennial 2021: The Plot

This is the town’s fifth triennial, an ambitious and remarkable event, but has the money ploughed ...

genuinefake – interview: ‘I use my creative practice to try to start c...

Along Folkestone’s seafront, the artist genuinefake (AKA Rachel Stella Jenkins) has conjured a tem...

Her Dark Materials

As the inaugural exhibition on the new art collectors’ digital platform, Eye of the Huntress, Her ...

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