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Nalini Malani: My Reality Is Different

This spectacular show plays out in a deep black gallery space, where through nine large video instal...

Ravelle Pillay: Idyll

Ravelle Pillay’s paintings have a washy tranquillity beneath which violence lurks, as she explores...

Péju Alatise – interview: ‘My relationship with Nigeria is like a bat...

Having recently moved to the UK from Nigeria, Peju Alatise talks about growing up in Lagos, her camp...

Leanne McDonagh – interview: ‘My work has always been about who I am a...

Leanne McDonagh discusses how a residency at Cork Printmakers in Ireland, as part of a project suppo...

Marc Camille Chaimowicz: Nuit Américaine

From house party to lockdown: for his retrospective at Wiels, the London-based artist Marc Camille C...

Mike Nelson: Extinction Beckons

A spectacular survey of the British artist Mike Nelson is brutally bleak and awe-inspiringly complex...

David Blandy: Atomic Light

Drawing on family lore, David Blandy’s four provocative films take us from the horrors of the atom...

Sonia Boyce: Feeling Her Way

Now on show at Turner Contemporary, Sonia Boyce’s immersive multimedia installation, which won the...

Shanti Panchal – interview: ‘It’s a meditative process, a layering o...

Shanti Panchal discusses the enduring power of painting, the evolution of his watercolour technique,...

Dhaka Art Summit 2023

For its sixth iteration, themed ‘বন্যা/Bonna’, or flood, the biennial exhibition explo...

Ilse Garnier: a e i o u and Concrete Experience

Two exhibitions now on at the museum relate to text-based works by female poets of the second half o...

Alice Neel: Hot Off the Griddle

In her intimate portraits, with an unflinching eye, Alice Neel lays bare the souls of her sitters. H...

Marcelle Hanselaar – interview: ‘To do nothing, to not at least take t...

Marcelle Hanselaar, 20 of whose works are now on show at the Fitzwilliam Museum, talks about the pow...

Juan Francisco Elso: Por América

A survey of Cuban artist Juan Francisco Elso is not easy to assemble, especially in the US, but this...

Wu Tsang – interview: ‘I’m drawn to stories that have messy politics...

Wu Tsang trains a postcolonial lens on Herman Melville’s 19th-century novel Moby-Dick for her imme...

Donatello: Sculpting the Renaissance

This show presents us with a tapestry of Donatello’s life and legacy, the intricacies of his craft...

Vermeer

With three-quarters of Vermeer’s surviving paintings, this luminous exhibition is the largest gath...

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: Paths to Abstraction

This show gives visitors the chance to follow Scottish artist Wilhelmina Barns-Graham from her early...

Analivia Cordeiro – interview: ‘For me, movement is an escape of the t...

Brazilian artist, choreographer and dancer Analivia Cordeiro has been exploring the relationship bet...

Action, Gesture, Paint: Women Artists and Global Abstraction, 1940-70

This thrilling exhibition brings us work, much of it never seen before in the UK, from a largely for...

Atiéna R Kilfa: The Unhomely

In Atiéna R Kilfa’s new video work, which is integrated into an architectural structure, the view...

Ingela Ihrman – interview: ‘I need to find my own reasons to do things...

Swedish artist Ingela Ihrman’s subject matter includes invasive weeds, intestinal flora and obese ...

Xiyao Wang: A Carnival in the Forest

This colourful lyrical abstraction sweeps the viewer up in its kaleidoscopic eddies and perpetual vi...

Rodney Graham: Getting It Together in the Country

A concise show of the late Canadian artist Rodney Graham showcases his ability to find humour and po...

In Search of the Miraculous

Curated by Gerard Mossé and spanning the years from 1900 to now, this is a full-throated paean to p...

Andrew Black – interview: ‘The film-making process for me is a researc...

Andrew Black discusses his film documenting the social and economic history of the Washburn Valley i...

Scott Covert – interview: ‘For me, each brushstroke is a lifetime’

In a long overdue first European exhibition, at Studio Voltaire, London, American artist Scott Cover...

Antigone: Women in Fibre Art

This small show celebrating the eastern European textile art tradition focuses on Jagoda Buić and B...

Trickster Figures: Sculpture and the Body

A clever curation of contemporary sculpture alluding to bodies or systems that relate to bodies, thi...

Brian Vincent and Heather Spore – interview: ‘Edward Brezinski really...

On the occasion of their first feature documentary, the film-makers Brian Vincent and Heather Spore ...

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