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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...

ChiaoHan Chueh: Intimate Play

Seamlessly joining calligraphic and ink painting techniques to the painterly gestures of western bru...

A Little History: Jane Hayes Greenwood

Figurative paintings and sculptural works portray Jane Hayes Greenwood's experiences of pain and los...

Beatriz Milhazes – interview: ‘My big ambition is always to try to do ...

On the occasion of a major survey of her work at Margate’s Turner Contemporary, Brazilian artist B...

Helsinki Biennial 2023: New Directions May Emerge

If this second Helsinki Biennial lacks the ‘wow factor’ of its predecessor, it is partially down...

Georgia O’Keeffe: Memories of Drawings

This small, touring exhibition gives an incredible insight into the mind of Georgia O’Keeffe, show...

Risham Syed – interview: ‘It’s an inward-looking invitation to conte...

Syed talks about Each Tiny Drop, her intervention in a city park, as part of Manchester Internationa...

Ryan Gander – interview: ‘The stuff outside in the world is way better...

Ryan Gander explains why he is giving away free coins at the Manchester International Festival and h...

Tino Sehgal – interview: ‘It’s an invitation to think about skill an...

Tina Sehgal, the enigmatic and publicity-averse artist, discusses his new work for Manchester Intern...

Manchester International Festival 2023

From a polka-dot tastic show from Yayoi Kusama to an unlikely combination of footballers and musicia...

Dear Earth: Art and Hope in a Time of Crisis

Cornelia Parker, Agnes Denes and Otobong Nkanga are among 15 artists hoping to change our response t...

Leonor Antunes: The Apparent Length of a Floor Area

With her delicate metal nets, homely cork floors and cascading ropes, Leonor Antunes reflects her in...

Alberta Whittle: Create Dangerously

In this immersive show, Barbadian-Scottish artist Alberta Whittle exposes the iniquities of racism a...

Art and Artifice: Fakes from the Collection

If there is one thing great art institutions usually try to avoid, it is fakes. The Courtauld Galler...

Martin Wong: Malicious Mischief

A survey of the Chinese American artist Martin Wong confirms him as one of the most unusual, ingenio...

George Gittoes – interview: ‘The spirit of art cannot be suppressed by...

Australian artist George Gittoes has been visiting war zones for 50 years and he and his wife travel...

Capturing the Moment: A Journey through Painting and Photography

This exhibition considers the relationship between the two media, from documentary photography of th...

The God That Failed: Louise Bourgeois, Barnett Newman, Mark Rothko

An intriguing exhibition situates Bourgeois’ characterful early sculptures alongside the two incip...

Tom Wood – interview: ‘I started doing portraits of these kids hanging...

For 50 years, Tom Wood has been out on the streets taking intimate, informal, often quirky, photogra...

Chris Ofili: The Seven Deadly Sins

In Chris Ofili’s major new series of paintings, he invites us to contemplate the subject of sin, t...

Tomás Saraceno in Collaboration: Web(s) of Life

Argentine artist-activist Tomás Saraceno wants us to fall in love with spiders. His thoughtful Serp...

Paul Smith – interview: ‘I'd often look up and ask the boss, “Mr Pic...

To mark the 50th anniversary of Picasso’s death, the Musée National Picasso, Paris, commissioned ...

Kent Chan: Future Tropics

In his first UK solo show, Kent Chan bombards us with waves of heat and sound in an intensely kinaes...

Hurvin Anderson: Salon Paintings

This show focuses on Hurvin Anderson’s barbershop paintings, a subject he has been returning to fo...

Saint Francis of Assisi

Saint Francis of Assisi, whose story began with a painting, has been depicted in more than 20,000 wo...

Ellsworth Kelly at 100

This exhilarating and comprehensive show, celebrating the centennial of Ellsworth Kelly's birth, fea...

Dominic Harris – interview: ‘I’m trying to empower the viewer to ass...

At his latest exhibition, Feeding Consciousness, at the Halcyon Gallery, British artist Dominic Harr...

Agata Słowak: Time Is Love

Identity and sexuality are explored in the young Polish artist Agata Słowak’s powerful and contro...

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