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From Gucci to Gaultier: London hosts two major fashion exhibitions

This month sees the opening in London of two major fashion exhibitions: The Glamour of Italian Fashi...

Cézanne and the Modern: Masterpieces of European Art from the Pearlman Co...

In 1958, the first public exhibition of the Pearlman Collection went on display at the Baltimore Mus...

Michael Rush: interview

Lilly Wei talks to the director of Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University. Des...

Pangaea: New Art From Africa and Latin America

This exhibition is named after that vast supercontinent that once contained all land on Earth before...

Nika Autor: Newsreel – The News Is Ours

Autor’s use of multimedia art is both connective and immersive. She delves down through the histor...

Michael Spens: obituary

The architect, writer, and former publisher/editor of Studio International, Michael Patrick Spens of...

Zhang Enli: interview

Zhang Enli, interview, Hauser & Wirth, London. We came to see Zhang’s current exhibition at Hauser...

Ida Kerkovius: “Meine Welt ist die Farbe” (“My world is colour”)

Listed alongside Gabriele Münter (1877-1962), Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945), Marianne von Werefkin (1...

Matthew Barney: River of Fundament

Matthew Barney (b1967), best known for his CremasterCycle (1994-2002), comprising five films, with a...

Alex Katz: 70s/80s/90s

Alex Katz’s paintings are recognisable from their bold, flat and often colourful depictions of fig...

Modern Nature: Georgia O’Keeffe and Lake George

Georgia O’Keeffe (1887-1986) is one of America’s thumbtack artists, those whose posters are pinn...

Alfredo Jaar: interview

Alfredo Jaar was born in Santiago, Chile, in 1956. He attended the Chilean-North American Institute ...

Sarah Raphael

Sarah Raphael (1960-2001) was described as one of Britain’s finest figurative painters when she di...

Tim Rollins and KOS’s Angel Abreu and Rick Savinon: interview

In 1981, when he was 26, Tim Rollins was asked to develop a curriculum for an intermediate school in...

Robert Adams: The Place We Live

Robert Adams’ enigmatic graceful exhibition at Jeu de Paume suggests there are untold subtleties a...

Veronese: Magnificence in Renaissance Venice

This latest exhibition at the National Gallery, beautifully displayed and sympathetically realised, ...

Esme Toler and Olì Bonzanigo: interview

Esme Toler and Olì Bonzanigo are the creators of 13th Hour (2014), a sculpture on the roof of L’B...

Anna Raimondo: interview

Anna Raimondo is an Italian artist based in Brussels and working internationally. She describes hers...

Marrakech Biennale: fifth edition – Where are we now?

The fifth Marrakech Biennale takes place in locations across the city. Founded by Vanessa Branson in...

Whitney Biennial 2014

Most early reviews of the Whitney Biennial have been vehemently critical, often only citing the sect...

Renaissance Impressions: Chiaroscuro Woodcuts from the Collections of Geor...

Renaissance Impressions is a comprehensive survey of some remarkable pieces of printmaking from the ...

Welcome to Iraq

The South London Gallery presents a restaging of the group exhibition Welcome to Iraq, originally sh...

Patrick Scott: Image Space Light

Unsurprisingly coming from an architecture graduate, Scott’s work often revolved around order. Eve...

Michael Craig-Martin

Michael Craig-Martin has three exhibitions opening this month, one at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire...

Architecture Film and Postmodern Culture

In this enterprising move, long-term architectural publisher Axel Menges (whose list running from th...

Alex Warren and Tobias Ross-Southall, directors of Eleanor: interview

An extraordinary collaborative enterprise (displayed at the Cob Gallery Camden as a three-screen ins...

Shiver Me Timbers! Nick Jeffrey

Shiver Me Timbers!, a new exhibition of work by Berlin-based British artist Nick Jeffrey, is the Han...

Ruin Lust

Where the word “lust” in the title implies sinful, furtive enjoyment of the destroyed, Ruin Lust...

Viennese Season: Actionism

Suggestive, affective, nauseating. How to respond but with a wince, looking quickly away, perhaps a ...

Liliane Lijn: studio tour

Liliane Lijn (b1939) gives Studio International a tour of some of her key works in her north London ...

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