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Liliane Lijn: interview

When Liliane Lijn (b1939) invites us to her studio in north London, on one of the wettest and windie...

The Pérez Art Museum of Miami, Miami

Whereas everyone raves about the building, asking about the content is akin to inquiring after a ter...

Lights in Snowland

This art exhibition in the Niigata prefecture, with installations by five Japanese artists, aims to ...

Martin Creed: interview

Martin Creed (b1968) became the Marmite subject of much art-world discussion when he won the Turner ...

James Turrell: Recent Works

Pace has represented James Turrell since 1967 and this relationship has now been cemented with his f...

Liu Wei, Density

Artist Liu Wei explores the themes of architecture and urbanism in Density, his new exhibition at Wh...

Kurt Jackson: interview

Kurt Jackson, one of Britain's most celebrated landscape painters, talks to Studio International abo...

Rachel Howard: Northern Echo

Rachel Howard is committed to the material properties of paint and the manner in which they can be m...

Zurbarán: Master of Spain's Golden Age

This winter, a warm southern breeze sails in as Brussels celebrates the Spanish Baroque painter Fran...

Earthy Transitions: India Art Fair 2014

Since its inception, the India Art Fair has become a Mecca for Indian artists, curators, collectors,...

Colin Self and David Hockney discuss their recent work

Colin Self's latest suite is on show at Alecto Gallery, Albemarle Street, London; a major exhibition...

América Latina 1960-2013

América Latina 1960-2013 is a vast and brilliant exploration of a continent looking at itself. It i...

Hockney, Printmaker

“I am 23 years old and wear glasses,” one of the inscriptions on Hockney’s 1961 print Myself a...

Michael Snow: Photo-Centric

Michael Snow’s Times (1979) is a simple exercise in reproduction: a large photograph of one of the...

A Dialogue with Nature: Romantic Landscapes from Britain and Germany

“The artist should not only paint what he sees before him, but also what he sees in himself,” st...

Derek Jarman: Pandemonium

In celebration of Derek Jarman’s life and work, the Cultural Institute at King’s College London ...

Carrie Mae Weems: Three Decades of Photography and Video

If there were one word to describe Carrie Mae Weems’s art in the exhibition at the Guggenheim Muse...

Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined

Although the Royal Academy of Arts includes architecture within its remit, and elects distinguished ...

Franz Ackermann: 9 x 9 x 9

Personal travel and the cult of tourism form the subject of Franz Ackermann’s paintings, inevitabl...

Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and JMW Turner

The first exhibition of 2014 at Turner Contemporary brings big canvases, bright colours and a return...

David Lynch – Small Stories

As a filmmaker, David Lynch has embraced the various Surrealist approaches, not least in the incongr...

The Stylish Fruits of an Intriguing Challenge

Where fashion designers create from intricately entwined aesthetic and commercial motivations with a...

Christian Bonnefoi

In his first exhibition in Japan, French artist Christian Bonnefoi (b1948) shows his continuous sear...

Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China

In the mid-1980s and 90s, as China distanced itself from the policies of Mao Zedong, and his success...

Tomás Saraceno: interview

Tomás Saraceno’s work encompasses utopian architectural proposals exploring his ideas for a susta...

Darren Almond: To Leave a Light Impression

White Cube Bermondsey, South Galleries, London. Outside, it is grey and cold and, at 4.30pm, the sun...

Canan Tolon: Sidesteps

Sidesteps is Turkish artist Canan Tolon’s first major exhibition in London, bringing together thre...

The Tao of Now

A New York don’t-miss event, this show is revolutionary. Though not exactly groundbreaking – the...

Hannah Höch

Choosing, cropping, conjoining and composing are the intangible creative tools with which German art...

Republic of the Moon

To mark the start of its 20th year, the Arts Catalyst, an organisation that puts a cultural spin on ...

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