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Elizabeth Neel: interview

The American painter Elizabeth Neel makes paintings and sculptures that converse with each other. Bo...

Frieze New York 2014

Light rain, heavy traffic and impossibly long queues to access transport marked the Frieze Art Fair...

Camille Henrot: The Restless Earth

Stepping out of the elevator on to the second floor of the New Museum, one walks into a gallery fill...

Jeanine Oleson: interview

In conjunction with Jeanine Oleson’s exhibition Hear, Here, guest music curator Cori Ellison (dram...

Luke Gottelier and Max Lamb

Entering Kate MacGarry’s exhibition of paintings by Luke Gottelier and furniture by Max Lamb is li...

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

There is little denying that Henri Matisse was a great artist, but therein lies the problem. Critica...

United Visual Artists: Vanishing Point

United Visual Artists (UVA) was formed in 2003 by Matthew Clark, Chris Bird and Ash Nehru. Since the...

Maxim Boxer: interview

Opening to coincide with the first Russian Art Week during the UK-Russia Year of Culture, Russian Co...

Odilon Redon

The French painter Odilon Redon (1840-1916) was a visionary artist in many senses of the term. He wa...

Shezad Dawood: interview

The multidisciplinary artist Shezad Dawood’s first solo London show opened at the Parasol Unit in ...

Catlin Art Prize 2014

Nominees for this year’s Catlin art prize are exhibiting their work at the Londonewcastle Project ...

Lower East Side: The Real Estate Show Redux

Real Estate was the name of the show. It opened on New Year’s Eve 1980 at an abandoned city-owned ...

Ai Weiwei: According to What?

The Brooklyn Museum marks the final stop on this North American touring exhibition by Chinese artist...

Mathieu Pernot – The Crossing

The most disturbing thing about Mathieu Pernot’s powerful, compassionate and subversive The Crossi...

Alexander James: interview

Alexander James (b1967) is a photographer with a difference. Rather than capturing the moment sponta...

Untitled (Unconscious) Rachel Howard, Boo Saville, Gorka Mohamed, George Z...

Untitled (Unconscious) at the TJ Boulting Gallery in London presents the work of five contemporary a...

José Roca: interview

To mark its 20th anniversary this year, Bard Graduate Center Gallery (BGC) has opened an exhibition ...

Meg Hitchcock: interview

Meg Hitchcock, a Brooklyn-based artist, celebrates the human need to reach outside ourselves, throug...

Alibis: Sigmar Polke 1963-2010

Changeable, impure, destructive, contrary – it is hard to read these adjectives as a list of compl...

Kaoruko: interview

The painter Kaoruko is a slight, softly spoken Japanese woman who walks with inaudible steps and has...

Tauba Auerbach and David Robilliard

The opening of two small solo shows by mixed-media artist Tauba Auerbach and poet-painter David Robi...

Seth Cluett: The Persistence of Traces

Seth Cluett: The Persistence of Traces includes stand-alone pieces, projection, sound and drawing, a...

Fondation Beyeler presents Daros Latinamerica Collection

The Fondation Beyeler, the most visited art museum in Switzerland, with in excess of 330,000 people ...

Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2014

The showcase of the four photographers shortlisted for this year’s Deutsche Börse photography pri...

Diverse Maniere: Piranesi, Fantasy and Excess

Sir John Soane’s Museum was conceived as a place of inspiration, learning and provocation for “a...

Van Gogh/Artaud: The Man Suicided by Society

The Musée d’Orsay exhibition, curated by Isabelle Cahn, links fragments of Artaud’s impassioned...

Training to be an artist: art centres, residencies, collectives and subsid...

How many ways are there to train as an artist? Contrary to what you may think, perhaps not that many...

Alice Hope: interview

Alice Hope likes working with small things, lots of them. They can be – and often are – tiny met...

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: In Perspective – The Late Works

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham (1912-2004) was a key figure in the abstract movement in Britain yet it was ...

Robert Mapplethorpe

From Polaroids taken in the early 1970s to portraits taken up until Robert Mapplethorpe’s death in...

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