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Milton Avery: American Colourist

In the first comprehensive exhibition of Avery in Europe, the RA brings together more than 70 works ...

Vivian Maier: Anthology

Vivian Maier, an amateur photographer who, while working as a nanny, captured the streets and people...

David Batchelor: Colour Is

A long overdue survey covering 40 years of work by David Batchelor, an artist long interested in the...

Antonio Calderara: From Lake Orta

This show follows postwar Italian artist Antonio Calderara’s path as he journeys from figuration t...

Back To Earth

The Serpentine’s Back to Earth programme asked artists to consider how art can respond to the clim...

Emma Talbot: The Age/L’Età, Max Mara Art Prize for Women

Emma Talbot’s winning commission for the Max Mara Prize takes as its jumping-off point Gustav Klim...

Mahmoud Khaled – interview: ‘It’s a memorial dedicated to the people...

As he exhibits two large-scale works in London, Egyptian artist Mahmoud Khaled talks about creating ...

Barbara Pollack – interview: ‘You don’t have to be Ai Weiwei to be a...

Writer and curator Barbara Pollack talks about the impact of the enormous social, economic, and poli...

The Real and the Romantic: English Art Between Two World Wars – book rev...

Art historian and biographer Frances Spalding leads us through a complex period in the development o...

Documenta 15

The latest edition of the venerable festival imagines art as a collaborative endeavour that transcen...

Yuki Kihara: Paradise Camp – Venice Biennale 2022

The artist, who is of mixed Japanese and Samoan heritage, talks about showcasing queer rights and re...

The Baroness

Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven was once described as an artist who ‘dresses dada, loves dad...

Daniel Silver: Looking

Prepare to look and to be looked at, as Silver’s dynamic sculptures and works on paper use differe...

Katie Paterson – interview: ‘It’s a living project, changing and sur...

Future Library is artist Katie Paterson’s prayer that trees, literature and the human imagination ...

Tanoa Sasraku: Terratypes

In her works on paper, photographs and bronzes, the young British Ghanaian artist conjures up memori...

Frank Brangwyn: The Skinners’ Hall Murals

The 2.5-metre-high murals overpower the confines of this small village museum. But it is a rare oppo...

Edvard Munch: Masterpieces from Bergen

This feels like a patchy presentation and, despite the promise of ‘masterpieces’, the selection ...

Abdulrazaq Awofeso: Out of Frame

Scavenged wooden pallets provide the material for Abdulrazaq Awofeso’s carved figurative sculpture...

A Life in Art: Lucy Wertheim - Patron, Collector, Gallerist

This exciting exhibition at the Towner is paired with another show, Reuniting the Twenties Group: Fr...

William Corwin – interview: ‘Marguerite Louppe experimented with ways ...

Married to the more well-known artist Maurice Brianchon, Louppe has long been overlooked. William Co...

AA Bronson – interview: ‘Suddenly, we were artists’

AA Bronson, the pioneering artist, publisher and member of the groundbreaking trio General Idea, tal...

Alberta Whittle: Deep Dive (Pause) Uncoiling Memory – Venice Biennale 20...

Barbadian-Scottish artist Alberta Whittle has used sculpture, film and tapestry for her Scotland in ...

Who Are You: Australian Portraiture

This inspiring show includes some of Australia’s best artists, past and present, and marks a shift...

The Queens’ Jubilee! and Let Me Hold You

Marking the 50th anniversary of the UK’s first Gay Pride March, two exhibitions come together in a...

Jacquiline Creswell – interview: ‘When I first sited art in Salisbury ...

When Jacquiline Creswell joined Salisbury Cathedral as arts curator, she was verbally and physically...

Persones Persons: Biennale Gherdëina 8

Artworks by an eclectic mix of eco-activists and radical thinkers celebrate nature in all its forms,...

52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone

How has feminism changed in the past half century? This show revisits Lucy Lippard’s historic show...

Pilvi Takala: Close Watch – Venice Biennale 2022

Close Watch, Pilvi Takala’s multi-channel video at the Finnish Pavilion, is based on her time work...

Anthony Scala and George Renshaw – interview: ‘The piece surprised bot...

When a cryptocurrency investor asked a glass artist to recreate the ethereum logo, the two men initi...

Venice Biennale 2022 Roundup

This year’s citywide jamboree features riot and revolution, gyrating bodies, battling jet planes, ...

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