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Rana Begum: Dappled Light

Rana Begum’s second UK solo show reveals a shift into more organic forms and expands her explorati...

Britta Marakatt-Labba: Under the Vast Sky

Miniature hand-stitched worlds hide darker themes – climate change, corporate exploitation, right-...

Ali Cherri – interview: ‘You cannot un-write violence. I am interested...

Ali Cherri has tackled a subject that museums would prefer not to bring to public attention – what...

Garmenting: Costume as Contemporary Art

As well as putting artist-made clothing firmly into the category of art, this show also looks at its...

Ming Smith – interview: ‘Photography’s the only thing I know’

As Pippy Houldsworth Gallery exhibits her first UK solo show, the pioneering American photographer M...

Sophie Calle and her guest Jean-Paul Demoule: The Ghosts of Orsay

Through photographs, text and objects, Sophie Calle weaves a tale about the time she spent staying i...

Hassan Khan Infusing Objects with Texts – an Essay

Using sculpture, text and film, Hassan Khan explores power and corruption, forcing us to confront ho...

Charles Ray: Figure Ground

This show brings together 19 works, sculptures from across Ray’s 50-year career – including the ...

Joan Mitchell

This is a first-in-a-generation opportunity to see Joan Mitchell’s works, and its chronological fo...

Ingrid Pollard – interview: ‘I like to concentrate on that vast histor...

Ingrid Pollard first came to prominence as a key figure of the black British art movement of the 198...

Libby Heaney – interview: ‘The point of the work is to destabilise you...

The physicist and artist Libby Heaney talks about using her scientific knowledge in her art, how tec...

Things Will Continue to Change …

Two years after the first Covid-19 lockdown in the UK, eight artists show how they have adapted to t...

Postwar Modern: New Art in Britain 1945-1965

The Barbican’s craggy, pockmarked concrete walls provide the perfect setting for this rediscovery ...

Lawrence Calver: Under the Sun

These large textile works, in which Lawrence Calver stretches, bleaches and stains recycled or repur...

Mark Francis – video interview: ‘l like to use a grid to convey order ...

Mark Francis discusses the evolution of his subject matter, his techniques, his use of colour, the i...

Whistler’s Woman in White: Joanna Hiffernan

This show explores how Whistler’s work was shaped by the Irish beauty who became his model, muse a...

Tomás Saraceno: Particular Matter(s)

This show is a marvel of art and science in which Tomás Saraceno literally draws you into his web t...

Per Kirkeby: Geological Messages – Paintings from 1965-2015

Although Per Kirkeby gave up his academic studies in natural history to pursue his art, what is clea...

Jasmina Cibic – interview: ‘I’m drawn towards the political psycholo...

Jasmina Cibic talks about the ideas, people and moments in history that inspire her artistic practic...

Julian Perry – interview: ‘It’s about wanting to create spaces that ...

Despite describing himself as a ‘devout atheist’, an altarpiece takes centre stage among Perry...

Emilio Vedova: Documenta 7

He was one of the most influential Italian abstract artists of his time, and the raw energy of Vedov...

Reflections from Frieze Los Angeles 2022

From Betye Saar’s recreation of her famous 1983 Los Angeles public mural to work shown by young, e...

A State of Matter: Modern and Contemporary Glass Sculpture

A diverting group exhibition makes the case for glass as an artistic medium, showcasing some bedazzl...

Jasia Reichardt – video interview: ‘It’s not really labour … It’...

Jasia Reichardt discusses the newly published archive catalogue she has collated and curated over 20...

David Diao: Berlin Chair in Pieces

Diao presents us with 13 new sumptuous paintings, all of which were inspired by the deconstructed pa...

A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920–2020

The Whitechapel Gallery takes us on a dizzying, exploratory tour through 100 years of artists’ wor...

Gillian Wearing: Wearing Masks

This thoughtful and comprehensive retrospective spans more than 30 years of Gillian Wearing’s work...

NFT: The New FuTure

This exhibition of rare NFTs is a chance to see some of the digital art traded using blockchain tech...

Danielle Dean: Amazon

With her playful but disturbing critique of exploitative working practices, Danielle Dean takes the ...

Ai Weiwei: The Liberty of Doubt

This exhibition may be small, but it still packs a powerful punch as Ai Weiwei mixes up his work and...

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