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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 ...

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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...

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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...

Heather Phillipson – interview: ‘I wanted to respond to the loaded pol...

With her sculpture THE END finally installed in Trafalgar Square, after a delay due to Covid-19, and...

Kate Mieczkowska – interview: ‘I have always loved being in front of a...

The artist talks about the development of her art practice and her curatorial debut, Goddess Now...

Yoko Ono: DREAM TOGETHER

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York reveals Yoko Ono’s new commission, created in response ...

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Natacha Nisic – interview: ‘We needed a place for free expression, a v...

The French artist and film-maker Natacha Nisic talks about The Crown Letter, the international parti...

The Artist in Time: A Generation of Great British Creatives – book review

With contributions from painters, poets, illustrators and film-makers, including Ralph Steadman, Ras...

Li Qing: East of Eden

The Chinese artist Li Qing explores the tensions between east and west through the lens of architect...

Bill Brandt and Henry Moore – book review

The work of the photographer Bill Brandt and the sculptor Henry Moore first came together during the...

Gauguin and the Impressionists

Do we need yet another impressionist exhibition? This Royal Academy showcase of Denmark’s Ordrupga...

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Pat Steir – interview: ‘I want the paint to make the painting, to make...

She discusses a new, candid documentary of her life, and talks about her art practice and the influe...

Sydney Biennale 2020: Nirin

Forced to close because of the Covid pandemic, the biennale has reopened for an extended period. As ...

Bodily Objects

Seven artists interpret the sexuality of the female body in subversive and surreal ways...

Aliza Nisenbaum – interview: ‘I’ve found Zoom surprisingly intimate....

Nisenbaum is preparing for two exhibitions this year, one at Anton Kern Gallery in New York and one ...

Nicole Schoeni: ‘We wanted to look at the psychological effects of the p...

Schoeni discusses the challenges of curating an immersive group exhibition in a London townhouse dur...

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Sarah Lucas: Honey Pie

One of the most infamous YBAs returns to London and Sadie Coles with an exultant, expressive refinem...

Sam Lucas – interview: ‘I do not make pretty things: they are conversa...

The artist talks about clay’s therapeutic and expressive qualities, and how her work helps her to ...

Hirose Satoshi: The Earth Is Blue Like a Lemon

The Milan-based Japanese artist’s solo exhibition invites visitors to think about differing cultur...

Nalini Malani – interview: ‘The future is female. There is no other wa...

Malani won the Joan Miró Prize last year and the resulting exhibition, You Don’t Hear Me, is now ...

Anish Kapoor

Anish Kapoor’s postponed exhibition at Houghton Hall opens as lockdown eases in the UK...

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Toby Deveson – interview: ‘There is definitely a sense of seeking perf...

The photographer talks about his love of landscapes, his instinctive composition, and that elusive s...

Gordon Parks: Part One

Parks’s photographs of everyday life for black families in the 1950s and 60s lure the viewer in wi...

Shirley Wu: hong kong artists, women

The San Francisco-based, data-driven creative Shirley Wu has designed a scrolling mountainscape that...

The Botanical Mind: Art, Mysticism and the Cosmic Tree

Taking our relationship with plants as its starting point, Camden Art Centre’s ambitious exhibitio...



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