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Suspension: A History of Abstract Hanging Sculpture 1918-2018

From Duchamp’s Travelling Sculpture to a tiny work by Ruth Asawa, Suspension proposes a new catego...

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Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde

Modern Couples attempts to retell the story of the modernist avant-garde through creative relationsh...

Damien Coulthard: Songlines XXX, Adnyamathanha Yarta – ‘It’s excitin...

To mark its 30th anniversary, Rebecca Hossack Gallery is showing the Australian artist Damien Coulth...

Pierre Le-Tan: The Collection of Monsieur X

The French artist and illustrator explains his love of collecting, his collaboration with Patrick Mo...

Phoebe Unwin: Field

Unwin describes the role of memory in the 10 oil paintings of this solo show and explains why she re...

Goldsmiths Centre For Contemporary Art

The Turner Prize-winning architectural collective Assemble has transformed an old bathhouse into a c...

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Franz West retrospective – playfulness is in the air

From his diminutive drawings to his large Pepto-Bismol pink sculptures, Franz West's world will leav...

Billy Apple interview: The Artist Has to Live Like Everybody Else 1961–2...

Billy Apple is not just an artist – he’s a trademarked brand. He talks about exchanging his art ...

Vienna Design Week 2018

What’s the difference between design and art? This year’s Vienna Design Week went a long way to ...

Doris Salcedo

The White Cube presents two of Doris Salcedo’s works, each exploring loss and the fragility of lif...

Stephen Farthing on The Miracle Paintings

Farthing explains how his Miracle paintings, now on show at Salisbury Cathedral, came from a convers...

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Martin Eder: Parasites

In this solo exhibition, Eder explores cultural value judgments through his kitsch portrayals of kit...

Dan Graham on Rock’n’Roll

Dan Graham talks about his early days as a New York gallerist, his love of music and why he doesn’...

Berlinde de Bruyckere: Stages & Tales

In two powerful sets of new work at Hauser & Wirth’s Somerset outpost, Berlinde de Bruyckere moves...

Space Shifters

From Ann Veronica Janssens’ Magic Mirrors to Anish Kapoor’s mind-bending sculptures, this playfu...

Future Knowledge

This thought-provoking exhibition explores how artists can raise awareness about climate change and ...

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Ribera: Art of Violence

This exhibition, the first in the UK dedicated to the work of Jusepe de Ribera, delves in to the mot...

Chagall, Lissitzky, Malevich: The Russian Avant-Garde in Vitebsk, 1918-1922

By sidestepping radical abstraction and highlighting the quixotic figurative work of Chagall, this e...

The Old Stile Press

Nicolas and Frances McDowall started the Old Stile Press almost 40 years ago. They talk to Studio In...

Oceania

A haunting exhibition that will transport those visiting the Royal Academy of Arts to a world of Pac...

Knock, Knock: Humour in Contemporary Art

From slapstick to sarcasm, parody to political activism, this group show at the South London Gallery...

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Ian Davenport: Colourscapes

The artist discusses works done over the past year, now at Waddington Custot, London, as well as the...

Heidi Bucher

The Swiss artist’s intriguing latex ‘skinnings’ of buildings and objects are shown for the fir...

3D Festival, V&A Dundee Opening

A two-day, 3D festival celebrated the opening of the V&A Dundee with a visual collaboration between ...

Renzo Piano: The Art of Making Buildings

From his famed Pompidou Centre to eye-opening projects that many won’t know about, including a tra...

Glenstone extension opens: Power and control yield irrepressible beauty

Mitchell and Emily Rales’s $125m extension of Glenstone – due to open on 4 October – makes it ...

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Orlando at the Present Time

Charleston, home of the Bloomsbury set, is celebrating the opening of a new exhibition and arts spac...

Vanessa Brazeau: ‘We’ve begun to defer to technology to tell us how to...

Performance artist Vanessa Brazeau devises absurd exercise routines and fitness apps in order to con...

Birgitta Hosea: Erasure at Hanmi Gallery Seoul

‘I was always drawing with my mother, and making things with my mother,’ says the artist...

V&A Dundee opens: a monumental structure that aims to take the city under ...

Kengo Kuma has delivered a new landmark in the V&A Dundee. It is a craggy sculptural structure i...



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