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Henri Chopin: The (Almost) Complete Books, Zines and Multiples (1957-2007)

Next year marks the centenary of the poet Henri Chopin’s birth and this show, which includes more ...

Anna Ray: Fibre and Form

This joyous explosion of colour, pattern and entangled loops of fabric leaps off the white walls of ...

Howardena Pindell: A New Language

Howardena Pindell is unafraid to tackle police violence or slave massacres in her videos and paintin...

Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema

From the skeleton army in Jason and the Argonauts to the Kraken in Clash of the Titans, the monsters...

John Nash: The Landscape of Love and Solace

Remembered for the moving scenes of the first world war John Nash painted as an official war artist ...

Coral Woodbury – interview: “The work I’m doing is approaching death...

Coral Woodbury talks about her solo show at HackelBury Fine Art and what led her to use old books to...

Karlo Kacharava: People and Places

The referential, finely wrought paintings and drawings of the rediscovered Georgian artist Karlo Kac...

The World According to Colour: A Cultural History – book review

Oddly, a squashed fly triggered art historian James Fox’s fascination with colour and, in this amb...

Sarah Morris: Means of Escape

Through paintings, film and drawings, Sarah Morris explores time and space, and her fascination with...

Danny Fox: Brown Willy

Inspired by St Ives painters such as Ben Nicholson and Alfred Wallis, Danny Fox paints his home town...

Lubaina Himid

This is Turner-prize winner Lubaina Himid’s largest solo show to date and it does not disappoint...

Tunji Adeniyi-Jones – interview: ‘I want to show composure and a confi...

Tunji Adeniyi-Jones talks about his new paintings in That Which Binds Us, his first solo show at Whi...

Joy Labinjo – interview: ‘When people speak of multicultural London, i...

For her first public commission at Brixton underground station, Joy Labinjo reflects on the importan...

Dürer’s Journeys: Travels of a Renaissance Artist

Albrecht Dürer was a great traveller, visiting the Alps, Italy and the Low Countries. This exhibiti...

The Courtauld Institute refurbishment – review: ‘A bit of an epiphany...

After a three-year, £57m restoration and refurbishment by the Stirling-Prize winning architects Wit...

Tapestry: Changing Concepts

If you still think of tapestry as a traditional craft, the range of subjects and techniques in the w...

Hervé Télémaque: A Hopscotch of the Mind

Colonialism, racism and politics dominate the works in Hervé Télémaque’s intriguing, though oft...

Reflections: The Light and Life of John Henry Lorimer (1856-1936)

John Henry Lorimer’s quiet craftsmanship and extraordinary handling of light shine through in this...

Suzanne Valadon: Model, Painter, Rebel

Born into poverty, this extraordinary and spirited woman rose to become a critically acclaimed paint...

Christiane Baumgartner – interview: ‘A good piece of work should not b...

Christiane Baumgartner talks about being brought up in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wa...

John Abell – interview: ‘I see my work as a type of devotional art’

John Abell talks about Welsh mythology, poets and nationalism, moving between linocut and painting, ...

Nika Neelova – interview: ‘Everything in the world around us is consta...

Nika Neelova talks about how her multilingual upbringing may have shaped her thoughts and her work, ...

Jean-Michel Othoniel: The Narcissus Theorem

This show, based on work Othoniel has done with the mathematician Aubin Arroyo, weaves a spell of en...

Mark Rothko 1968: Clearing Away

A minutely focused show captures Mark Rothko, the great colour-field painter, at his most intimate a...

Petrit Halilaj: Very Volcanic Over This Green Feather

Petrit Halilaj is now a renowned artist who has shown around the world, but this poignant exhibition...

Women in Abstraction

With more than 100 artists and about 400 works, this huge, inclusive show celebrates women whose art...

Emeka Ogboh – interview: ‘I want listeners to be transported to Lagos....

As his latest show, at the Gropius Bau in Berlin, explores his Igbo heritage, Emeka Ogboh explains w...

Objects of Common Interest: Hard, Soft, and All Lit Up with Nowhere to Go

In this collaborative show, the Greek architects Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis insert fasci...

Laura Knight: A Panoramic View

With more than 160 works, this ambitious retrospective highlights Laura Knight’s considerable achi...

Rhythm and Geometry: Constructivist Art in Britain since 1951

There is some compelling work here, but this could have been a chance to see a century of revolution...

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