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Modigliani: Modern Gazes

This multifaceted exhibition positions the artist Amedeo Modigliani among his contemporaries, traces...

Passions of the North

The inaugural exhibition in this repurposed grain silo presents works from the Tangen Collection, de...

Expansive Change: Distortion as Dialogue in Modern & Contemporary Art

Among a flotilla of known artists, curator Santiago Rumney-Guggenheim has launched a few lesser-know...

Kimsooja: Meta-Painting

Ambiguous, talismanic, intangible, meticulous – Kimsooja’s immersive installations explore theme...

George Wyllie: I Once Went Down to the Sea Again

A new museum dedicated to George Wyllie, a truly unique figure in the recent history of Scottish art...

Matthew Krishanu: The Bough Breaks

Interweaving childhood memories and imagination with the history of painting, Matthew Krishanu creat...

Expressionists: Kandinsky, Münter and The Blue Rider

A long-overdue exhibition exploring the friendships and relationships, shared concerns and disagreem...

Yinka Shonibare CBE: Suspended States

When does an artistic trope stop being art? The incessant repetition of Yinka Shonibare’s trademar...

Marisa Merz: Listen to the Space

Refusing completion, Marisa Merz’s works bear traces of the studio, materially suggesting a state ...

Hildigunnur Birgisdóttir – interview: ‘I am inspired by the underwhel...

Recycled jute coffee bags, plastic pizza and a heap of wet wipes – for Iceland’s Pavilion at thi...

Tony Cragg - interview: ‘There are many more things that do not exist th...

In the gardens of Castle Howard, north Yorkshire, Tony Cragg talks about his different sculptural se...

Indigenous Histories

This vast and varied show celebrating the work of indigenous artists from North and South America, O...

Abdullah Al Saadi: Sites of Memory, Sites of Amnesia – Venice Biennale 2...

His practice centres on journeys exploring the region where he was raised and lives as he attempts t...

Zineb Sedira: Dreams Have No Titles

This enveloping Gesamtkunstwerk is a multifarious evocation of political resistance that does not ma...

George Hoyningen-Huene: Photography, Fashion, Film – book review

This long overdue look at the life and work of George Hoyningen-Huene, a master of photography, comb...

Tai Shani, The World to Me Was a Secret: Caesious, Zinnober, Celadon, and ...

Tai Shani’s interest in alternate worlds and modes of existence shines through in this surreal exh...

The Last Caravaggio

This show brings Caravaggio’s last known painting to London, along with documents telling its stor...

Jerwood Survey III

This biennial touring exhibition presents new commissions by 10 early-career artists. The result is ...

Liliane Lijn: Arise Alive

This not-to-be-missed exhibition includes a lifetime of Lijn’s works, providing new insights into ...

Antony Gormley – interview: ‘What is made here is a repositioning of t...

Probably the UK’s best-known contemporary sculptor, Antony Gormley has created a new ‘field’ o...

Mohammed Sami: Isthmus

In his new paintings, the rising Iraqi-born artist Mohammed Sami makes ambiguity alluring...

Art Without Heroes: Mingei

This fabulous show is dedicated to Mingei, the influential folk-craft movement developed in Japan in...

The Mack: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow School of Art

This richly written and sensitive work traces Mackintosh’s masterpiece from the building’s incep...

Wayne Eager – interview: ‘In Central Australia, I was mesmerised by th...

A three-month stay in Central Australia with his partner, the artist Marina Strocchi, turned into a ...

Alex Ely – interview: ‘Ultimately the success of any building is how w...

What is the secret to making buildings that other architects admire and envy, but which are dedicate...

The Glass Heart: Art, Industry & Collaboration

This beguiling exhibition, which spans 170 years, reveals the impressive adaptability of glass in th...

Anselm Kiefer: Fallen Angels

With a mix of new and old works, Anselm Kiefer draws us into a world where good and evil are blurred...

Acts of Creation: On Art and Motherhood

With works covering pregnancy, birth and nursing through to caring for older children, as well as mi...

Saul Leiter: An Unfinished World

This major retrospective celebrates the work of a man whose atmospheric shots of New York street sce...

Paul Maheke: To be Blindly Hopeful

This show sprang from a journal the artist kept during the Covid lockdowns in 2020-21, a time of int...

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