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David Mach – interview: ‘I tried to make myself known as an ideas mong...

Before his show Heavy Metal, now on at Pangolin London, we spoke to David Mach about what fuels his ...

Jenkin van Zyl – interview: ‘The world has ended many times over’

Artist and film-maker Jenkin van Zyl guides us through his fantastical world of dancing rats, pneuma...

Victoria Sambunaris: High and Dry

In panoramic scenes of the Californian desert, Victoria Sambunaris captures the vastness and grandeu...

Osman Yousefzada – interview: ‘Opening doors for other people is key t...

Osman Yousefzada dressed Beyoncé, wrapped Selfridges in Birmingham in a giant canvas, had a solo sh...

Pierre Dunoyer – interview: ‘If the colour is not in its proper place,...

For his first solo exhibition in France in more than three decades, French artist Pierre Dunoyer is ...

Luca Massimo Barbero – interview: ‘Fontana is a pioneer of conceptual ...

As the second in a trilogy of exhibitions dedicated to Lucio Fontana takes place at Hauser & Wirth N...

Fruits of the Spirit: Art from the Heart

A virtual exhibition that leaves one visitor feeling more like a student on completing an essay than...

David Altmejd

Canadian sculptor David Altmejd welcomes visitors to his uncanny menagerie, filled with human-hare h...

Sabine Marcelis – interview: ‘I love to play with light’

Dutch designer Sabine Marcelis talks about her installation at the Vitra Schaudepot, which shines a ...

Uta Barth: Peripheral Vision

Leaving the buzz to the glamorous new spaces that international mega-galleries are opening in Los An...

Zineb Sedira – interview: ‘It makes sense to include part of my life, ...

Zineb Sedira discusses her acclaimed French Pavilion for the 2022 Venice Biennale, as well as how th...

Forrest Bess: Out of the Blue

An alluring and alarming exhibition gathers the work and words of Forrest Bess, postwar America’s ...

Jim Eyre – interview: ‘I don’t think we are seen as starchitects. It...

Jim Eyre discusses working with – and creating - landmark structures, Battersea Power Station’s ...

Saba Farhoudnia: Reflection

Reflecting on violence, particularly against women and minorities, Saba Farhoudnia’s paintings for...

Anna Park: Last Call

Anna Park is a prodigiously talented young artist whose charcoal drawings pulsate with manic, freaki...

Dreams and Stories: Modern Pre-Raphaelite Visionaries

An exhibition that educates and enchants in equal measure, showcasing works by the ‘third wave’ ...

This You Must Remember

War in Abkhazia in 1992-93 resulted in deaths, displacement and the loss of its national archive, wi...

Hernan Bas: The Conceptualists

A wryly humorous new series of works by Miami-based painter Hernan Bas introduces his fictional mena...

Hinterlands

An excellent curatorial approach draws you in to this wonderfully immersive exhibition celebrating t...

Shōji Hamada: A Japanese Potter in Ditchling

This show explores the works, friendships and shared practices of Shōji Hamada and Bernard Leach as...

Super Natural

Tune in to being a tree, explore the world through the ‘eyes’ of a potato … Rather than dwelli...

Grace Ndiritu – interview: ‘Museums hold our collective past and they ...

Grace Ndiritu talks about her show at the Wellcome Collection, where a Zen Buddhism-inspired temple ...

Lucie Rie: The Adventure of Pottery

This beautifully curated show includes everything from Rie’s practical domestic objects, such as c...

Magdalena Abakanowicz: Every Tangle of Thread and Rope

This show covers the full span of the Polish artist’s career and the extraordinary sculptures, cal...

Sussex Landscape: Chalk, Wood and Water

With an outstanding collection of work from JMW Turner to Eric Ravilious to Wolfgang Tillmans, this ...

Plastic: Remaking Our World

Dundee’s V&A Design explores the fascinating history of this miraculous but now highly controversi...

Paint Like the Swallow Sings Calypso

Paul Dash, Errol Lloyd and John Lyons show their own works alongside those of others from the collec...

Elizabeth Price: Underfoot

Elizabeth Price’s explorations of the archives of carpet manufacturers operating in Scotland from ...

Vanessa Baird – interview: ‘I don’t think art can rescue anything’

As two shows of her thrilling, carnivalesque drawings open in the UK, Oslo-based artist Vanessa Bair...

Making Modernism: Paula Modersohn-Becker, Käthe Kollwitz, Gabriele Münte...

This is a brilliant exposition of these four painters, who were working in Germany at the start of t...

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