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Tomás Saraceno: interview

Tomás Saraceno’s work encompasses utopian architectural proposals exploring his ideas for a susta...

Darren Almond: To Leave a Light Impression

White Cube Bermondsey, South Galleries, London. Outside, it is grey and cold and, at 4.30pm, the sun...

Canan Tolon: Sidesteps

Sidesteps is Turkish artist Canan Tolon’s first major exhibition in London, bringing together thre...

The Tao of Now

A New York don’t-miss event, this show is revolutionary. Though not exactly groundbreaking – the...

Hannah Höch

Choosing, cropping, conjoining and composing are the intangible creative tools with which German art...

Republic of the Moon

To mark the start of its 20th year, the Arts Catalyst, an organisation that puts a cultural spin on ...

Interview with Mark Fox

The multimedia artist Mark Fox has a selection of his recent work on display at the Robert Miller Ga...

Project Space: Inverted House – Tina Gverović and Siniša Ilić

Given that we are psychologically programmed to see patterns in randomness, it is little surprise th...

Siobhan Davies Dance: Table of Contents - video review

Siobhan Davies is an award-winning British dancer and choreographer with a particular interest in th...

England’s lost architect: Cecil Ross Pinsent

This publication comes not a moment too soon. Cecil Pinsent, like other 20th- century innovators, su...

Ancient Wisdom And Modern Knowhow: Learning to Live With Uncertainty

This is a magisterial volume by no less than the current leading transatlantic architectural histori...

Mikhailov’s Russia: From Eden to Hell

Boris Mikhailov is perhaps the most prominent photographer to emerge from the former Soviet Union in...

William Kentridge: Fortuna

William Kentridge: Fortuna is the most comprehensive monograph on the South African artist to date. ...

Table of Contents, a live installation

Siobhan Davies is an award-winning British dancer and choreographer with a particular interest in th...

Cartier: Le Style et l’Histoire

At Christmastime, every street in Paris sparkles and glimmers. Shop windows are lit up with extravag...

Looking for Legends, Gambling on Faith

Now at the pinnacle of his 30-year career, Chinese artist Wang Guangyi, a resident of Beijing, has a...

Matisse: The Essence of Line, Selected Prints: 1900-1950

The draughtsmanship of Henri Matisse is celebrated by Marlborough Fine Art’s Matisse: The Essence ...

Painting for Stimulation: Guan Jingjing

In his catalogue essay, Painting to Stimulate the Mind: The Painted Art of Guan Jingjing, curator Xi...

Rembrandt - Auerbach: Raw Truth

Titled Raw Truth, the display shows six Auerbachs opposite five Rembrandts. Both artists are central...

Philippe Parreno: Anywhere, Anywhere Out of the World

It is an opportunity most artists would dream of – a carte blanche invitation to transform the mag...

The Scottish Colourists Series: JD Fergusson

The Scottish Colourists, a group of painters who left their homes and families in the early-20th cen...

Julio Le Parc: Light and Movement

When talking about the Argentinean Julio Le Parc, it is impossible not to mention the remarkable epi...

Uproar! The First 50 Years of the London Group 1913-1963

When Mark Gertler exhibited The Creation of Eve (1914) at the London Group’s third show in 1915, h...

Thomas Bayrle: All-in-One

Just as all utopias contain potential dystopia within them, the grandest pageantries are their own p...

When Culture Met Industry

The fifth edition of the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (UABB), Urban Borders, opened on ...

Sarah Sze

Sarah Sze’s current multi-room installation at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia is t...

Art Basel Miami Beach – 2013: the lowdown

For those of you who couldn’t make it, Jill Spalding has the inside information. Who was there –...

Salla Tykkä: The Palace

The Finnish artist, filmmaker and photographer Salla Tykkä is an exemplary explorer of the hidden c...

Turner and the Sea

Turner’s enduring appeal and perennial appearance in major exhibitions in the UK is testament to h...

Mira Schendel: “You shall see the difference now that I am back again”

Schendel (1919-88) settled in Brazil in 1949, a Jewish refugee from fascist Italy, becoming known as...

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