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Yoko Ono: One Woman Show, 1960-1971

The message of Yoko Ono’s art has always been world peace. In her performances, installations and ...

Shirazeh Houshiary: Smell of First Snow

By playing cunning games with light and perspective, Houshiary has found ways to make her sculptures...

Graham Fagen: ‘Come into the garden and forget about the war’ – Veni...

Glasgow-based artist Graham Fagen, who is representing Scotland for the 56th Venice Biennale, has mi...

Catlin Art Prize 2015

Eight of the UK’s most promising arts graduates are picked each year to show at the Catlin Art Pri...

Brown & Son: Art That Makes Itself

Father and son Paul and Daniel Brown work together as Brown & Son, ‘Purveyors of digital images si...

Listening to the Lines

Through the work of eight groups of international artist and architects who explore the versatile bu...

Klaus Staudt: interview

A leading practitioner of concrete-constructivist art for some 50 years, Klaus Staudt was also part ...

All the World’s Futures: the 56th Venice Biennale

Under the African curator Okwui Enwezor, the 56th Venice Biennale attempts to bring together our dis...

Sleepless: The Bed in History and Contemporary Art

This tightly curated and fascinating exhibition brings together nearly 200 pieces featuring beds use...

Frieze New York 2015

Buzz bubbled to the surface at Frieze New York’s fourth outing, where there were discoveries and d...

Watch This! Revelations in Media Art

Interactive and sound art installations, sculptures and animations, experimental film and video art ...

The Two Roberts: Robert Colquhoun and Robert MacBryde

‘The two Roberts’, as they were known, became a sensation, feted by London galleries, but then t...

Shannon Yee: ‘It’s one step better than walking in somebody else’s s...

After a life-threatening brain infection, artist Shannon Yee found herself in hospital paralysed dow...

Fiona Tan

Fiona Tan explores domestic environments through video and installation across two parallel exhibiti...

Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness

American photographer Christopher Williams uses his first UK retrospective to illustrate how comfort...

I’m Here But You’ve Gone

A number of artists have each spent 10 months researching fragrances before devising one of their ow...

Ahmet Ogut: Happy Together: Collaborators Collaborating

Directing a chatshow featuring a host of friends and former collaborators, Kurdish artist Ahmet Öğ...

Michal Rovner: ‘I don’t want to tell a story, I’m looking for someth...

The Israeli artist discusses the work in her current exhibition Panorama, life split between New Yor...

Theaster Gates: ‘How do you get people to see things that to them are in...

In his latest exhibition at London’s White Cube Gallery, Artes Mundi prize-winner and social pract...

Roxana Halls: ‘I often equate painting with performance’

The artist talks about her new show, Unknown Women, in which she explores concealment of identity, t...

Gordon Shrigley: interview

Practising artist Gordon Shrigley shows us round the exhibition that is also his campaign room ‘Pr...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘I wanted to use the possibilities of fine art to creat...

Artist Gordon Shrigley has entered the fray for the 2015 general election, standing against sitting ...

Gordon Shrigley: ‘What I’m doing now is a form of performance art that...

An artist who has been concerned with concepts related to the line for more than 20 years, Gordon Sh...

Modigliani: A Unique Artistic Voice

This exhibition of Modigliani, who died tragically young, focuses on his works on paper, and shows h...

Sanya Kantarovsky: Apricot Juice

Russian artist Sanya Kantarovsky has based this exhibition on Mikhail Bulgakov’s satirical novel T...

Kate Downie and Susan Winton: Drawing on the landscape

Both these painters are engaged in defining their place within the landscape. From the Forth Bridge ...

The New Whitney

As the Whitney opens its doors for the first time at its new building, it is clear that architect Re...

SP-Arte: The São Paulo International Art Fair 2015

SP Arte 2015 hosted work from more than 140 galleries and 170 countries. The glittering opening had ...

C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing

Artist Andrew Hewish founded C4RD, the Centre for Recent Drawing, ‘on the smell of an oil rag’ i...

Andrew Hewish: ‘I’m interested in a process of drift, where things are...

Artist and C4RD director Andrew Hewish discusses how he makes objects and paintings using a broad va...

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