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Power Play

With work from artists from South Korea, Europe and the United Arab Emirates, this exhibition consid...

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Sara Piccinini – interview: ‘We don’t want to give an idea of comple...

In 2007, the formidable art collection of Achille Maramotti, the man behind the Max Mara fashion hou...

Phoebe Boswell – interview: ‘Grief is not a personal thing. It’s a h...

Boswell’s latest exhibition, The Space Between Things, which includes a video of her undergoing an...

All The Rembrandts

For the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death, the Rijksmuseum is staging a once-in-a-generation ...

Phyllida Barlow: Cul-de-Sac

This exhibition of new work is more pared back than we have come to expect from Barlow. Her aim, she...

Ghislaine Leung: Constitution

In Leung’s new installation, it is clear she has a point to make. Just what that point is, though,...

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Julianne Swartz interview – ‘Joy is also talking about sorrow and desp...

Swartz talks about Joy, Still, her site-specific sound installation at Grace Farms, and how the mult...

Imre Bak – interview: ‘In today’s language, we need to achieve some ...

The neo-avant-gardist recalls cold war isolation, his enduring commitment to geometric abstraction, ...

Kader Attia: The Museum of Emotion

Attia offers an impassioned critique of the enduring effects of colonialism. Central to the French-A...

Erwin Wurm – interview: ‘I’m horrified about our environment, about ...

The Austrian sculptor, famed for sheathing social commentary in comic forms, talks about absurdity, ...

Makeshift

Through site-specific installations, this visually splendid exhibition explores the role of the arti...

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Htein Lin – interview: ‘I wanted to show that I could also continue to...

Htein Lin was jailed for challenging the military dictatorship in Myanmar. Here, he talks about his ...

Netherlands ⇄ Bauhaus: Pioneers of a New World

This show celebrates the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, guiding you through the fascinati...

Harald Sohlberg: Painting Norway

Harald Sohlberg’s paintings of Norwegian houses and snowy mountains are saturated with colour and ...

Nari Ward – interview: ‘I wouldn't be the artist I am now if I hadn't ...

We the People, Nari Ward’s latest exhibition, at New Museum, New York, underlines the critical rol...

Nguyen Trinh Thi – interview: ‘I want to unpick the way we look at thi...

The Vietnamese film-maker talks about documenting female spirits, regional journalism and the ecolog...

Christine Lindey – interview: ‘The artists’ principled adherence to ...

Christine Lindey, author of Art for All. British Socially Committed Art from the 1930s to the Cold W...

Jeff Koons

From a balloon bunny to a vast, glossy pink Venus of Willendorf, there is everything we would expect...

Elevation 1049: Frequencies

Set in the spectacular alpine resort of Gstaad, the Elevation 1049 festival explores contemporary ar...

Vivian Maier: The Color Work

The Color Work continues the institutional recovery of Maier, whose street photographs of New York a...

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Don McCullin

McCullin is widely known as a war photographer, but this comprehensive and unflinching exhibition, c...

Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Builder of Fantasy

Deer-headed lodges, globe-shaped temples, sunken pleasure pavilions: a long-overdue exhibition at th...

Joseph Hillier – video interview: ‘Figurative sculpture in a public sp...

Sculptor Joseph Hillier talks about his most ambitious project to date, its design, and what it take...

Phil Collins – interview: the artist who brought a statue of Engels from...

The artist talks about his latest exhibition, Ceremony, which documents the statue’s journey, and ...

We Are the People. Who Are You?

As the UK wrestles with Brexit, this show, with the feel of a mini-institutional survey on artists r...

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Beatrice Gibson: Crone Music

Crone Music features two new films by London-based artist Beatrice Gibson. Exploring themes of mothe...

Daria Martin – interview: ‘Most people can relate to the feeling of be...

The 2018 Jarman Award-winner talks about Franz Kafka, mirror-touch synaesthesia and her film Tonight...

Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi: I want to be a machine

In the 1960s, Warhol and Paolozzi believed art would benefit from increasing mechanisation. This sho...

Stalking the Image: Margaret Tait and her Legacy

In the centenary year of Tait’s birth, this exhibition of short films celebrates her pioneering le...



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