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Pam Evelyn – interview: ‘Now I’m realising that these existential co...

In her studio in Dalston, east London, Pam Evelyn talks about the push and pull of making one of her...

Rethinking pink

A corporate and trademarked invention, Barbie Pink is still marketed as the colour of perpetual happ...

Samuel Gallacher – interview: ‘We have put the community at the front ...

Glasgow’s Burrell Collection has been named 2023 museum of the year, picking up the £120,000 awar...

Scottish Women Artists: 250 Years of Challenging Perception

With themes including Scottish identities, artistic communities and interior lives, this exhibition ...

Rowan Mace: Time’s Light, and Amy Winstanley: Slim Glimpses

The calm and welcoming spaces at this Scottish gallery provide the perfect setting for Amy Winstanle...

Isa Genzken: 75/75

A retrospective celebrates German sculptor Isa Genzken whose wide-ranging work sharply critiques the...

À Table: Serpentine Pavilion 2023 by Lina Ghotmeh

Ghotmeh’s sociable pavilion, inspired by trees and sitting down to break bread together, invites u...

Edinburgh Art Festival 2023

Despite its relaxed, fun atmosphere, this year’s festival tackles serious issues. It is about hope...

Clouds and Lights: Impressionism in Holland

This master class in Dutch art history demonstrates the strength of the artistic impulses that came ...

Episode 10: Kara Chin – Concerned Dogs

In a space that appears a cross between a cinema and a place of worship, a warped soundscape, a rauc...

Grayson Perry: Smash Hits

Grayson Perry mocks and self-flagellates his Englishness and class, his childhood memories and copin...

Gabriel Chaile and Laura Ojeda Bär – interview: ‘We’re really into ...

Gabriel Chaile’s first institutional solo show in the UK sees him covering an old chapel in adobe ...

David Remfry – interview: ‘It’s unprecedented that there were no arg...

At 80 years old, David Remfry was just coming to terms with the opportunity to co-ordinate the Royal...

Eileen Cooper – interview: ‘I’d always avoided looking back … but ...

As an exhibition of her previously unseen early works on paper opens at Huxley-Parlour in London, Ei...

Thomas J Price at the V&A

Thomas J Price's sculptures, fusions of ordinary people, overturn tradition in their material and sc...

Paula Rego: Crivelli’s Garden

Paula Rego’s giant mural, a bold riposte to patriarchy, with its strong female figures drawn from ...

Ferdinand Hodler: Drawings – Selections from the Musée Jenisch Vevey

This small but illuminating show is a superb reintroduction to a sadly neglected artist, focusing on...

Joe Tilson – book review

Marco Livingstone’s monograph, with more than 600 illustrations, weaves biographical detail with a...

Venice Architecture Biennale 2023: The Laboratory of the Future

This year’s curator, the Scottish-Ghanaian architect Lesley Lokko, has brought new insights and pe...

Naudline Pierre: This Is Not All There Is

Naudline Pierre draws us into her own uncanny mythical world underpinned by spirituality in a show t...

A World in Common: Contemporary African Photography

Africa’s diverse cultural traditions, the history of modern colonialism and present-day social, po...

Secessions: Klimt, Stuck, Liebermann

At the end of the 19th century a group of artists in Munich, Vienna and Berlin broke away from the t...

AI: Who’s Looking After Me?

This exhibition considers the hottest – and to some most frightening – of hot topics, artificial...

In-Spire: Breath of Life

Fashion stylist Shinichi Mita brings together 11 craftspeople to show how traditional Japanese workm...

Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery

More than 40 dresses and embroidered objects from Jordan and the West Bank, along with filmed interv...

Erwin Wurm: Trap of the Truth

Houses squashed by bananas, handbags on legs, cartoon-like cars – Erwin Wurm’s sculptures are su...

Lagos, Peckham, Repeat: Pilgrimage to the Lakes

An absorbing group show explores the familial, economic and spiritual connections between the Nigeri...

The Casablanca Art School: Platforms and Patterns for a Postcolonial Avant...

This is the story of how a group of artists experimenting with strikingly modern and colourful abstr...

Jesse Jones: The Tower

Injustices suffered by women – whether burnt at the stake or incarcerated in the Magdalene Institu...

Jean Cooke: Ungardening

Focusing on paintings of her two beloved but untamed gardens, alongside self-portraits documenting t...

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