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Joanna Piotrowska: All Our False Devices

In this installation at Tate Britain, Piotrowska’s black-and-white photos and 16mm films of intima...

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Jack Whitten: Jack’s Jacks

Embellished with sparkling gemstones and richly coloured tiles, Whitten’s memorial paintings on sh...

Artist Rooms: Self Evidence – Photographs by Woodman, Arbus and Mappleth...

In their intimate and groundbreaking portraits, Woodman, Arbus and Mapplethorpe dared to show the di...

Yorkshire Sculpture Park opens Weston visitor centre

A visitor pavilion by Feilden Fowles opens up an overlooked area of the 500-acre sculpture park. The...

Angelica Mesiti – interview: ‘I really want to maintain ambiguity and ...

Representing the Australian Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale, Angelica Mesiti is showing a ...

Chihuly at Kew: Reflections on Nature

As an artist who seeks to create works that appear as if they came from nature, placing intervention...

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Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition

This show takes us through the ephemera of Kubrick’s films – from female mannequins and a giant ...

Antonello da Messina

A must-see exhibition at Milan’s Palazzo Reale unites two-thirds of the surviving paintings by Sic...

Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime

Baldock looks as if he is having fun, pulling faces in mud and decorating them in glaze, and the moo...

Aliza Nisenbaum – interview: ‘I was torn between wanting to be a socia...

The Mexican-born, New York-based artist talks about her first UK public commission, a mural at Brixt...

Jonathan Monk: Exhibit Model Four – plus invited guests

This exhibition comprises a wallpaper of Monk’s photographs from the past 20 years, along with art...

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Irina Nakhova – interview: ‘I want my works to provoke curiosity’

The Russian artist talks about her latest exhibition, Museum on the Edge, at the Zimmerli Art Museum...

Perilous Bodies

The 19 artists in this exhibition use photography, video, installation, sculpture and painting in a ...

Sea Star: Sean Scully at the National Gallery

In this exhibition of more than 30 of Scully’s paintings, prints and pastels, JMW Turner’s The E...

Tadao Ando – Emaki Drawings

At this French sculpture park, whose landscape is dotted with his structures, the Japanese architect...

Oscar Murillo: Violent Amnesia

Spread across the various spaces of Kettle’s Yard, Murillo’s works address the recurrent theme o...

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Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People

This comprehensive exhibition guides us through the creative world of this Pritzker Prize-winning ar...

Wong Ping: Golden Shower

At Kunsthalle Basel, Hong Kong-born animator Wong Ping creates a seductive physical world for his gr...

Allan Sekula: Photography, A Wonderfully Inadequate Medium

A career-spanning presentation of the late photographer and theorist shows an artist redefining the ...

Laura Buckley – interview: ‘I enjoy watching the people in the work as...

Buckley talks about her sculpture and video Fata Morgana, currently on show at the Saatchi Gallery, ...

Henry Moore Drawings: The Art of Seeing

Although Henry Moore is best known as a sculptor, drawing was critical to his artistic practice. Thi...

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Anne Imhof: Sex

Spending four hours at Imhof’s live works is like Waiting for Godot, for the slacker generation. T...

Emma Kunz – Visionary Drawings: An exhibition conceived with Christodoul...

Kunz was a spiritual healer who saw her drawings – all done with crayons and pencil on graph paper...

Biosphere – The Shed at Hudson Yards opens

Pioneering and Olympian, a $475m arts centre anchoring the south end of a shiny new enclave on Manha...

Daniel Steegmann Mangrané: The Word for World is Forest

Step into this show and you find yourself immersed in the Brazilian rainforest, as the artist draws ...

Ronny Sen – interview: ‘The work is about the apocalypse in a certain ...

Sen talks about photographing the out-of-control fires burning underground in the coal mines of Jhar...

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The Power of Intention: Reinventing the (Prayer) Wheel

The exhibition is not only a visual and intellectual tour de force, but also offers spiritual fulfil...

Jenny Holzer: Thing Indescribable

This overarching retrospective covers Holzer’s 40 years as an artist activist, from her printed sl...

Drawn Together Again

With 120 artists to choose from, this drawing show is stuffed with treasures. There is something her...

David Austen – interview: ‘I think Dr Seuss is as great as Picasso’

On the occasion of Underworld, a new exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts, the artist talks about ...



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