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Daniel Arsham: Paris, 3020

Deities and emperors decay and crystallise in the American artist-designer’s enjoyable exhibition ...

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Peter Fischli and David Weiss – Should I Paint a Pirate Ship On My Car W...

Three works from the duo’s career point up their concern with commonplace objects and the melancho...

Expressive Art in the Early 20th Century

This is a small but moving display that, 75 years after the Holocaust, reminds us of the need for co...

Tony Lewis – interview: ‘I’ve got to wear a Tyvek suit, a ventilatio...

The artist explains the lengths he must go to in order to create his signature graphite ‘floor dra...

Ruth Asawa: A Line Can Go Anywhere

Asawa, who was known for weaving sculptures with wire and studying at Black Mountain College under J...

Christine Rebet– interview: ‘Animation is perfect for critique: it is ...

Studio International spoke to Rebet at the opening of Time Levitation, her first solo show in the UK...

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Darren Waterston – interview: ‘My normal studio practice is quite mona...

Studio International spoke to Waterston ahead of the opening of his installation Filthy Lucre: Whist...

Unbound: Visionary Women Collecting Textiles

This fascinating and engaging exhibition puts the idea of female collectors at the heart of a social...

Luca Giordano: The Triumph of the Neapolitan Painting

An often thrilling exhibition at the Petit Palais asserts the mastery of the inescapable Neapolitan ...

Albert Reuss

The Jewish painter escaped Nazi persecution in his native Austria and moved to Cornwall, but his hau...

Alexandra Haeseker: The Botanist’s Daughter

Haeseker’s prints of the eco system that is often invisible to our eyes, below our feet, highlight...

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Beyond the Brotherhood: The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy

This is an ambitious exhibition that examines the legacy of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood in Britai...

Huysmans, Art Critic: From Degas to Grünewald, in the Eye of Francesco Ve...

A diverting exhibition at Musée d’Orsay explores the influential art criticism of the quintessent...

John Cornish – interview: ‘It would be unfair just to look back on my ...

The son of the artist Norman Cornish, whose work is synonymous with mining life in the County Durham...

Paul Mpagi Sepuya - interview: ‘I’m not making tricky pictures. There...

While a quest to understand the myriad undefined potentials of queer social spaces is one factor beh...

Ann Dumas – interview: ‘Every exhibition is fraught with problems and ...

One of the UK’s leading curators, Dumas talks about women in the art world, the trials and triumph...

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Saad Qureshi: Something About Paradise

Step into a fantastical dreamworld as you explore Qureshi’s mindscape inspired by stories British ...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2019

From Ryan Orme’s inventive form of urban landscape painting to Eleonora Agostini’s weird depicti...

Seized By the Left Hand

In this truly hopeful, reflective group show, international artists explore alternative worlds and w...

In the Land of the Gods. Marc Chagall and the Greek World

This colourful exhibition explores the influences of the Hellenic world and its Bacchanalian myths o...

Pio Abad – interview: ‘The backbone of my practice is family: personal...

The London-based Filipino artist talks about The Collection of Jane Ryan & William Saunders, 3D repl...

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Francesco Clemente: Pastels

A career-spanning selection of pastels by the transavantguardia stalwart is best when at its most wh...

Josef Herman: Journey

As part of the nationwide arts festival Insiders/Outsiders, this retrospective of the Jewish émigr...

Museum

Museum focuses on the history of institutional critique and its contemporary manifestations, but fai...

Alison Carlier – interview: ‘Drawn marks can describe and convey human...

The artist, the first to win the Jerwood Drawing Prize for an audio piece, talks about the overlap b...

Vivian Suter

The Swiss-Argentine artist’s first exhibition in Britain is fragrant, sensorial and enigmatic in e...

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Bernd and Hilla Becher: Industrial Visions

The Bechers’ austere photographs documenting industrial architecture across Britain, Europe and No...

Paula Rego: Obedience and Defiance

Rego’s artworks are defiant and consuming. They depict suffering, oppression and cruelty, yet her ...

Alfredo Jaar – interview: ‘You can talk about violence without humilia...

As his seminal Rwanda Project is revived at London’s Goodman Gallery, the Chilean artist and archi...

Robert Holyhead – interview: ‘I see each painting as a single, emerged...

The artist discusses his new work, No Movement, No Colour, at Galerie Max Hetzler, London, and why, ...



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