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Patricia Johanson: The World as a Work of Art

The landscape artist and architect Patricia Johanson (b1940) occupies a unique position in her chose...

Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making, 1789 - 2013

On a single floor of Tate Liverpool, 200 years of art influenced by the Left is exhibited: a big ide...

Daumier (1808-1879): Visions of Paris

In the opinion of the writer Charles Baudelaire, the nineteenth-century French caricaturist and pain...

Paul Klee: Making Visible

Paul Klee: Making Visible at Tate Modern is an outstanding exhibition of 130 works by one of the mas...

Masterpieces of Chinese Painting: 700-1900

The trouble with the Victoria and Albert Museum’s exhibition Chinese Masterpieces: 700-1900 is tha...

Kentridge: Where Are We and How Did We Get Here?

William Kentridge’s new installation, The Refusal of Time, bewilders this unprepared viewer: I fin...

Mark Bradford: Through Darkest America by Truck and Tank

Very rarely does a show of new work by a contemporary artist deliver on its promise more fully than ...

Frieze Art Fair London 2013: Reaching new audiences

Frieze Art Fair is the UK’s leading commercial art fair and has drawn an international audience of...

Jonathan Gabb: interview

Using a carefully balanced combination of PVA glue and acrylic paints – the precise measures of wh...

Wang Keping

Ben Brown Fine Arts presents us with the first solo exhibition of Wang Keping in the UK. Considering...

An American in London: Whistler and the Thames

“Oh Fantin, I know so little – things do not go quickly!”, wrote James Abbott McNeill Whistler...

The Mike Kelley Retrospective

Mike Kelley’s retrospective at PS1 is not for the fainthearted. Nor is it for the lighthearted, fo...

Beyond El Dorado: Power and Gold in Ancient Colombia

Beyond El Dorado seeks to cut through the myth of the golden city, but the reality is no less captiv...

Nick Relph: Tomorrow There Is No Recording

This solo exhibition marks a departure from Nick Relph’s 10-year collaboration with Oliver Payne....

Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis

Two grey figures walk down a set of stairs surrounded by a mass of buildings, fragments of advertise...

A Traveller in Time, from Standing Stones to the Distant Stars: an intervi...

In the 1990s, Japanese multimedia artist Mariko Mori became known for her performance-based photogra...

Sarah Lucas: Situation – Absolute Beach Man Rubble

Rotting hams, kippers and kebabs; cucumbers, bananas, zeppelins; melons, lemons and fried eggs. Sara...

Home Truths: Photography, Motherhood and Identity

In a new show entitled Home Truths: Photography, Motherhood and Identity, the concept of “motherho...

The Heritage of Rogier van der Weyden

This autumn, leafy Brussels invites the visitor to a spectacle of detail in oil. An exhibition devot...

Anita Glesta: interview

After I had seen Brooklyn-based artist Anita Glesta’s travelling multimedia installation Gernika/G...

Art Under Attack: Histories of British Iconoclasm

These days we take for granted the irony of using destruction as part of art, employed by movements ...

Andy Warhol: Pop, Power and Politics

Warhol was one of the first artists to recognise the truly spectacular side of politics in the democ...

Kara Walker: interview

At the opening of Kara Walker's first UK exhibition, we spoke to her about her work, which is a dark...

Daniel Silver: Dig

It might appear that we are miles away from civilisation. In fact, we are standing in the long derel...

Philomene Pirecki: interview

London-based artist Philomene Pirecki has just been shortlisted for the Max Mara Art Prize for Women...

From Power Lunches to Public Sculpture

When former Condé Nast editorial director Alexander Liberman, a fixture at the publishing company f...

Facing the Modern: The Portrait in Vienna 1900

Covering the period during the Austro-Hungarian Empire, 1867 to 1918, Facing the Modern charts the p...

Marisa Merz and Adrián Villar Rojas

In the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, the installation Today We Reboot The Planet offers the first UK e...

Tomorrow: Elmgreen & Dragset at the V&A

Come in. Make yourself at home. Contemporary artists Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset have transfo...

Chris Burden: Extreme Measures

Chris Burden, we learn from the flood of promotional material accompanying this fine show, his first...

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