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Shigeo Anzaï: Index I

This solo show explores the archives of photographer Shigeo Anzaï, looking at his role in documenti...

Amelia Critchlow & Evy Jokhova: ‘The conversation, in many ways, will pr...

The artists talk about their year-long collaboration and how they learned from each other’s differ...

Rose Blake: ‘I have always found it easier to express a thought through ...

The illustrator and artist talks about her recent exhibition at the Rebecca Hossack Gallery, drawing...

IC-98: Drawn into Tomorrow

Finnish duo IC-98’s large-scale projections, combining intricate hand drawing with digital animati...

Niamh McCann: ‘I consider making a form of thinking’

The internationally acclaimed Irish artist talks about her latest show, Just Left of Copernicus, how...

Eva Langret: ‘As more and more exhibitions are produced in Africa, by Af...

Eva Langret, head of exhibitions for London’s Tiwani Contemporary gallery, discusses the current s...

Art Basel Miami Beach 2015

Although its subtext was sales, fair week provided a swirl for the senses. A dizzying array of work ...

Making Africa: a continent of contemporary design

This exhibition explores the impact new technology has had on the work of African artists, designers...

Crossing the Line 3: Global Drawing

Florence was the venue for the third of the Crossing the Line conferences, which explore the role of...

Ruth Root: ‘I love to see how artists create such a joy from colour’

The painter talks about her first US solo exhibition, at the Aldrich Contemporary Museum of Art, her...

Jompet Kuswidananto: ‘I am dealing with a culture that is never really f...

The Indonesian artist explains his work for Sonica 2015 and how he seeks to use sound installation a...

Matthew Barney: River of Fundament

Film, opera, sculpture, ancient Egypt, contemporary industrial America, Normal Mailer – this exhib...

Courtney J Martin: ‘Robert Ryman makes a lot of difficult things look in...

The curator of Dia: Chelsea’s Robert Rymanexhibition, discusses the seminal American artist’s si...

Elisabeth Frink: The Presence of Sculpture

Focusing, for the first time, on the challenges of making work, on the one hand privately and, on th...

Noah Davis: Imitation of Wealth

The opening of this exhibition, which should have been a day of celebration, sadly became a day of m...

Liu Ye: ‘Dick Bruna is more important to me than Da Vinci’

The Beijing-based artist on how seeing Bruna’s Miffy was seeing himself in a mirror, and why the m...

Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey, 1934-1954

The exhibition of Jackson Pollock’s works from the collection of the Museum of Modern Art opens up...

Artist Rooms: Roy Lichtenstein

As part of the Artist Rooms series, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh is show...

Who’s Afraid of Women Photographers? 1839-1945

The first of its kind in France, this exhibition shines a light on the great accomplishments of earl...

Vagrich Bakhchanyan: Accidental Absurdity

Vagrich Bakhchanyan was a follower of the Russian avant garde and a precursor of Moscow conceptualis...

Unorthodox

New York’s Jewish Museum courts the unconventional in a powerful group show that its curators clai...

Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa: ‘I just create works that give a sensation of ...

The artist talks about his current exhibition, God’s Reptilian Finger, and the inspiration he drew...

The Turner Prize 2015

The winner of the Turner Prize will be announced on 7 December. If art holds up a mirror to society,...

Vanessa Baird wins Norway’s prestigious Lorck Schive Art Prize 2015

The Norwegian artist, an uncompromising but vital talent, was the deserving winner of one of Europe...

Mat Collishaw: ‘I think human beings are always drawn to the slightly il...

With two concurrent exhibitions in the north of England, Mat Collishaw talks about the human race’...

Mark Leckey: Dream English Kid 1964-1999AD

The Turner Prize-winner returns with a short film that sees him dig deeper in his exploration of Bri...

Vibha Galhotra: ‘I am a traveller, an observer of situations’

The New Delhi-based conceptual artist discusses the role of the environment in her practice, as well...

Ocean of Images: New Photography 2015

Nineteen emerging artists respond to the demands of the digital age in this annual exhibition devote...

The Body as Language: Women and Performance

This historically salient show, examining the birth and development of performance art in relation t...

Kathy Hinde: ‘I’m really interested in combining visual art and music...

The audiovisual artist and composer talks about mixing up sound and art, working with a glassblower,...

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