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Ethereal

This exhibition of contemporary art from South Asia displays an impressive range of materials and st...

Piotr Uklański interview: ‘I think of death all the time’

The New York-based Polish artist Piotr Uklański talks about the influence of the second world war o...

Age of Wonderland

One of the highlights of this year’s Dutch Design Week was Age of Wonderland, in which young artis...

Anselm Kiefer

Anselm Kiefer, who was born in Germany in 1945, studied law before beginning his art education in Ka...

What Marcel Duchamp Taught Me

One hundred years after Marcel Duchamp produced his first readymade, more than 50 artists, including...

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude

Egon Schiele’s controversial drawings, which peel back Vienna’s bourgeois façade to reveal a wo...

Cut to Swipe

With works from the 1980s to the present that appropriate, and sometimes manipulate, images and soun...

VS Gaitonde: Painting as Process, Painting as Life

The works of the modernist Indian painter VS Gaitonde bring us to the world of abstraction, demonstr...

Nathaniel Prottas interview: ‘Often museum didactics get in the way of p...

Nathaniel Prottas, director of education at the Museum of Biblical Art in New York, talks about publ...

Steve McQueen: Ashes

With his film Ashes, and an accompanying pair of sculptures, Steve McQueen highlights an uncomfortab...

Rembrandt: The Late Works

This winter’s blockbuster exhibition at the National Gallery examines Rembrandt’s expressive and...

Memling. A Flemish Renaissance

For the first time, a Flemish Primitive shines in the capital of the Italian peninsula, as the Scude...

Michelle Grabner interview: ‘My family is an important part of my life a...

American conceptual artist Michelle Grabner talks about how she combines her roles as artist, curato...

5 x 5 (2014)

Washington DC is hosting its second 5 x 5, a public arts festival that sees an extraordinary diversi...

Trajectories: 19th-21st Century Printmaking from India and Pakistan

Trajectories looks at printmaking from India and Pakistan and establishes a context for its developm...

The Nakeds

Egon Schiele’s iconic drawings are a starting point for this extensive group show at Drawing Room,...

Carsten Höller: LEBEN

Carsten Höller’s show Leben allows visitors to do more than just view the exhibits. From staying ...

John Keane interview: ‘Art shouldn’t be sensationalist, but at the sam...

John Keane, artist in residence at the University of St Andrews, talks about the political influence...

Cubism: The Leonard A Lauder Collection

This superbly sensitive installation of the four greats of Cubism – Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque,...

Natalia Kolodzei interview: ‘My dream is that every American museum has ...

Natalia Kolodzei, executive director of the Kolodzei Art Foundation, talks about her family collecti...

Peter Sacks interview: ‘Every painting has its own secret story’

Peter Sacks, a South African expatriate, has a biography that is as rich and varied as the art he pr...

Robert Gober: The Heart Is Not a Metaphor

Robert Gober is perhaps best-known for his deceptively simple sculptures – in particular his sinks...

Panamarenko Universum

In this retrospective of postwar artist and inventor Panamarenko, alias Henri van Herwegen, the Muse...

Store your art in an egg

UOVO, a $70m state-of-the-art storage facility for high-end artwork, is to open in New York City nex...

Ed Fornieles interview: ‘If you want access to the site, it’s a trade ...

For his show at the Chisenhale Gallery,Ed Fornieles has created a suburban Los Angeles television se...

Aleah Chapin: interview

American artist Aleah Chapin has had huge success early in her career. On graduating from the New Yo...

Glenn Adamson interview: ‘Webb saw clearly that human connection was the...

As New York’s Museum of Arts and Design celebrates its founder, Aileen Osborn Webb, with a superb ...

Fritz Wotruba – Homage to Michelangelo

In a posthumous retrospective of the drawings and sculptures of Fritz Wotruba, the souls of the inan...

Glenn Ligon: interview

Glenn Ligon, who was born in 1960, is famed for his thought-provoking works, which combine text, sil...

Zero: Countdown to Tomorrow, 1950s-60s

The Guggenheim is to be congratulated for tackling the complex subject of the German artists’ grou...

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