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Frank Bowling

This exhibition of Bowling’s work is colourful, joyous and long overdue. Covering the entire span ...

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Into the Mountain: Simone Kenyon

Immersive art doesn’t usually involve a 5.30am start and a day hiking in the rain, but Into the Mo...

Writings on the Wall

This exhibition is a tribute to six 20th-century artists who drew inspiration from the street art an...

Lee Krasner: Living Colour

This joyful exhibition, a testament to Krasner’s astonishing energy, creativity and capacity for r...

Gerhard Richter: Seascapes

An exhibition of Richter’s seascapes goes on display at Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, proving that, ev...

Norman Gilbert: Passion, Vision & Spirit II

This show, spanning 50 years of Gilbert’s career, is not only a record of the artist’s output, b...

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Lothar Götz – interview: ‘In Britain, people think abstraction is jus...

Artist Lothar Götz talks about designing a monumental mural for Towner Art Gallery, the politics of...

Thomas Kilpper: The Politics of Heritage vs the Heritage of Politics

Edinburgh Printmakers celebrates its new home with an exhibition by Thomas Kilpper, in which the Ger...

A Backward Glance: Giorgio Morandi and the Old Masters

The early 20th-century painter known for his devotion to still lifes is held up next to the artists ...

Luchita Hurtado: I Live I Die I Will Be Reborn

The 98-year old painter’s debut institutional exhibition showcases a lifetime of work that fuses t...

Van Gogh and Britain

In its first Van Gogh exhibition since 1947, the Tate considers how British culture informed the art...

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Raffi Kalenderian – interview: ‘It’s like banging your head against ...

For Kalenderian, painting is all about excitement. His radical portraiture – as much of the scene ...

AI: More than Human

With AI seeping into all our lives, the Barbican should be congratulated for tackling such a prescie...

Andrew Marr – interview: ‘Everybody is angry and upset. We’ve messed...

The broadcaster, writer and former BBC political editor talks about how his painting and drawing pra...

Edmund de Waal: Psalm

In a two-part exhibition, the artist has used his trademark porcelain vessels, two buildings of grea...

Mangaマンガ

The British Museum turns its attention to Japan’s distinctive medium of graphic storytelling, and ...

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Petra Bauer – interview: ‘The crucial thing was to make sure the sex w...

Inspired by feminist film practitioners who emphasise the importance of making films with their subj...

Leonor Antunes: a seam, a surface, a hinge or a knot – Venice Biennale 2...

Leonor Antunes combines her sculpture and craft to open up conversations within architectural spaces...

This Is What It Is to Be Happy

What is it to be happy in an age where mental health problems are so prevalent? How can communing wi...

Keith Tyson – interview: ‘I’m quite happy for the world to seep thro...

The artist talks about the joys of scaling back, relearning the craft of painting, and why the flowe...

Renate Bertlmann: Discordo Ergo Sum – Venice Biennale 2019

Renate Bertlmann’s work is rooted in 1970s feminism, yet her message is entirely contemporary. She...

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Milan Triennale XXII: Broken Nature – Design Takes on Human Survival

Under the stewardship of MoMA’s Paola Antonelli, the revitalised exhibition turns its eyes to our ...

Eva Rothschild: The Shrinking Universe – Venice Biennale 2019

Eva Rothschild’s installation in Venice’s Arsenale summons the spirit of infrastructure, rubble ...

Jock McFadyen – interview: ‘The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition doesn...

McFadyen, known for his urban landscapes and putting the marginal centre stage in his paintings, is ...

Sean Edwards: Undo Things Done – Venice Biennale 2019

Sean Edwards discusses growing up in a community with low expectations and expressing the most hones...

Whitney Biennial 2019

Edition 2019 looks great, goes wide and speaks loudly, but is it off mission? Lost in this bi-coasta...

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Casey Reas – interview: ‘There is an increased understanding that soft...

Reas is known as the man who helped to create the open-source programming language Processing and br...

Motions of This Kind: Propositions and Problems of Belatedness

Three curators and 11 artists retell the colonial history of the Philippines through subjective and ...

Orson Welles: the graphic artist

A film and a book on Welles’s artwork provide another lens through which to observe one of cinema...

Frieze New York 2019

This year’s fair demonstrated a more open-ended approach than usual, exhibiting and promoting dive...



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