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Margaret Mellis: Modernist Constructs

In this small but inspiring exhibition of work by Margaret Mellis, an unfairly overlooked member of ...

Lucy Stein: Wet Room

Made during pregnancy and the Covid pandemic, these new works explore motherhood, goddess culture an...

Jordan Casteel: There Is a Season

To enter this show is to enter Casteel’s world. Drawn in by her monumental portraits of often marg...

Jacqueline de Jong – interview: ‘I never compromise, no way. I could n...

With the opening of her first major UK solo show in her 60-year career, De Jong talks about her time...

Angelica Mesiti: In the Round

Mesiti skilfully choreographs our experiences, guiding us around the gallery and immersing us in the...

Emma Cousin: Game Face

Cousin’s paintings are named after childhood games, but the contorted life-sized figures and faces...

Gerhard Richter: Drawings 1999-2021

In Gerhard Richter's first major London show in a decade, including more than 60 recent works, he de...

Sarah Sze

The boundaries between painting and sculpture are blurred in Sze’s works, where pictures within pi...

Surrealism Beyond Borders

For three months in New York, and then at the Tate Modern, visitors will be treated to that increasi...

Bourse de Commerce, the new François Pinault Art Museum in Paris

Tadao Ando’s renovation of this majestic building in the heart of Paris, and the appointment of Em...

Catsou Roberts – interview: ‘It is our duty to the NHS to elicit the p...

Catsou Roberts, the director of Vital Arts, which commissions projects for five London hospitals, ta...

Mixing It Up: Painting Today

In an uplifting show that is dizzying in its scope and variety, 31 contemporary artists celebrate di...

Helsinki Biennial and Helsinki Design Week

For 2021, the inaugural Helsinki Biennial and Helsinki Design Week wore their hearts on their sleeve...

Phyllis Christopher – interview: ‘We had come out, people were dying, ...

The photographer talks about her coming of age in 1990s San Francisco, where, despite the Aids crisi...

Restitution: The Return of Cultural Artefacts – book review

As western nations increasingly give consideration to the repatriation of stolen artefacts, cultural...

Noguchi

Aiming to bring sculpture into people’s everyday lives, Noguchi mixed cultural traditions with mod...

Turi Simeti (1929-2021): A Homage

A tribute to Turi Simeti presents an encapsulated overview of a major figure of Italy’s postwar av...

Simone Fattal: Finding a Way

This is a staggering show, dominated by five unsettling figures, whose abstraction echoes the artist...

Christen Sveaas Art Foundation: This is the Night Mail selected by Ida Ekb...

Images of dramas, dreams and moonlit dinners await visitors at the Whitechapel Gallery, in an exhibi...

Adam Jeppesen – interview: ‘I embrace imperfection’

Danish artist Adam Jeppesen talks about why he left documentary-making to make art, the project that...

Gijs Van Vaerenbergh – interview: ‘We are always experimenting with th...

The architecturally trained duo Arnout Van Vaerenbergh and Pieterjan Gijs talk about their collabora...

Ibrahim Mahama: Lazarus

Through sculptures, installations and film, Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama repurposes objects from c...

Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror

Last of the last, with Baldessari gone, of the great philosopher-artists, Jasper Johns is taking a t...

Mit Jai Inn: Dreamworld

Suffused with Buddhist philosophy overlaid with political overtones, the extraordinary works of this...

The Story of the Country House: A History of Places and People – book re...

From a medieval manor house to a modern-day folly, Clive Aslet whisks us through time and place on a...

Annie Morris – interview: ‘All my work revolves around experiences I...

Morris, who has three new shows, at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Frieze Sculpture and Timothy Taylor in...

Marina Abramović: Seven Deaths

Marina Abramović channels her passion for Maria Callas into a film in which she reinterprets seven ...

Summer Exhibition 2021

Yinka Shonibare has transformed this annual event into a paean to diversity, bringing work from the ...

Peter Freeth: 40 Years of Aquatints

Peter Freeth’s atmospheric etchings speak of mortality and human frailty with a poignant nod to th...

Tal R by Martin Herbert – book review

This book is essential reading for all lovers of painting and contemporary art and culture, shedding...

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