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Michael Landy: Saints Alive

“Before we go any further, can I just make sure that you actually know who I am and that you know ...

Zachary Buehner: The Ascent

Zachary Buehner has no reference to being a graffiti artist on his website, for obvious reasons (In ...

George Bellows (1882-1925): Modern American Life

Such is the historical window and nature of George Bellows’ rather short career that it seems unav...

Inside the Ordinary-Fantastic World of a Pop Artist

A new book published by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, Claes Oldenburg: Writing on the...

Frieze New York 2013

Well, well, round two on our shores and London’s signet-ring art fair’s here to stay. They had p...

Godwin Bradbeer: Pentimenti

Pentimenti, Godwin Bradbeer’s new show in Melbourne presents work in a figurative mode, for which ...

Patrick Hughes: interview

Hughes' new exhibition at Flowers, Cork Street, includes nine new paintings employing his unique tec...

Dancing Around the Bride: Cage, Cunningham, Rauschenberg and Duchamp

This is not the first time we have “danced around the bride”. It is now well acknowledged that s...

Pae White: Too Much Night, Again

Inspired by a recent bout of insomnia, using the colours of Black Sabbath’s album cover from Maste...

Rock on Top of Another Rock

Placing one rock on top of another is a seemingly simple gesture, and, as the Swiss artistic duo, Pe...

New Order: British Art Today

Long associated with its support for emerging artists and early recognition of talents to watch out ...

Liane Lang: interview

Liane Lang’s works combine a mixture of photography and grotesquely lifelike silicon and rubber sc...

Coming Soon: Qatar and the Emirates

Linked by a coastline, by ambition, by energy and by sudden wealth, Qatar, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are p...

Architecture for All, Without Limits: Toyo Ito at 72

One of the superstar architects of the century, Toyo Ito, who turns 72 in June, said he now faces a ...

A Choice Collection of Latin American Art Comes Home

Working in the shadow of majestic Royal Palm trees, a team of architects, curators and artists engag...

Barbara Hepworth: The Hospital Drawings

Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, West Sussex, is showing Barbara Hepworth: The Hospital Drawings...

Mat Collishaw: THIS IS NOT AN EXIT

Mat Collishaw is well known for his photographic work and his experimental work in a range of media....

An Exhibition to See: Landscape/Landscript: Nature as Language in the Art ...

The Chinese artist, Xu Bing (b. 1955), is internationally acclaimed for his ability to challenge peo...

Roy Lichtenstein Retrospective

Lichtenstein: A Retrospective, Tate Modern. If there is one thing that can be said about the work of...

Portraiture In Focus: Irene Barberis, Anita Taylor and Helen Sturgess

To focus on the portrayal of the human form in the 21st century; specifically the portrait requires ...

Antoni Tàpies

An exhibition of 11 paintings made between 1992 and 2009 by the late Catalan artist, Antoni Tàpies ...

A Post-Modern Renaissance Rooted in Tradition

Against the Grain: Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design, Museum of Arts and Design, New York C...

Joe Tilson: A Survey

Marlborough Fine Art, London, 6 March–5 April 2013. This new retrospective show of the work of Joe...

Schwitters In Britain

Schwitters In Britain. Tate Britain, London, 30 January–12 May 2013. This comes as a timely exhibi...

Charles Harrison in Retrospect

Charles Harrison – art historian, Art & Language collaborator, and sometime critic and curator –...

Susan Hiller: Channels

Susan Hiller’s exhibition: Channels (2013) at Matt’s Gallery in East London is a large audio-scu...

Richard Long: Heaven and Water

There is a seeming antithesis between the realities of an invasive ‘Time Team’ archaeological in...

Jay Defeo: a Retrospective

The Whitney Museum should set up a food cart and a postcard stand for the people who are streaming i...

The Armory Show 2013

The Armory Show 2013. The name is all. Forget that’s it’s held on two piers and in a tent anchor...

Lichtenstein: A Retrospective

Lichtenstein: A Retrospective, Tate Modern, London, 21 February – 27 May 2013...

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