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Matthew Wong | Vincent van Gogh: Painting as a Last Resort

Matthew Wong’s exuberant dreamscapes and imaginary worlds sprang from many influences, but his aff...

Sharjah March Meeting 2024: Tawashjuat

This year’s edition of the Sharjah Art Foundation’s March meeting focused on collectives, collab...

Martin Boyce – interview: ‘You’re both inside and outside. There’s...

Martin Boyce’s show at Fruitmarket, Edinburgh, offers three distinctive, in-between spaces for exp...

Hanna Bekker vom Rath: A Rebel for Modern Art

This richly documented show does justice to the feisty Hanna Bekker vom Rath, a German art collector...

Infinite Variety: Harold Cohen and Cybernetics in the 1960s

On the occasion of a show of Harold Cohen’s work at Gazelli Art House in London, we consider the p...

Issam Kourbaj: Urgent Archive

Through his sensitive and thoughtful works, Issam Kourbaj ensures the plight of those in his native ...

William Blake’s Universe

The English eccentric William Blake meets his German peers in a treasure-strewn exhibition that make...

Chronorama: Photographic Treasures of the 20th Century

Highlights from the golden age of photography, produced for fashion magazines Vogue and Vanity Fair,...

Thea Djordjadze: Framing Yours Making Mine

In this comprehensive show, Georgian artist Thea Djordjadze’s spare sculptural works emanate a sen...

Soulscapes

Hurvin Anderson, Michael Armitage, Alberta Whittle and other artists from the African diaspora consi...

Gillian Lowndes: Radical Clay

A post-apocalyptic landscape or an abandoned toolshed? This compact exhibition, by ceramics sculptor...

Sargent and Fashion

This show looks at how John Singer Sargent styled his sitters, insisting they wore certain garments ...

Francis Picabia: Women: Works on Paper 1902-1950

A career-spanning exhibition of drawings and watercolours shows the elusive modernist Francis Picabi...

Entangled Pasts, 1768–now: Art, Colonialism and Change

The Royal Academy, founded at the height of the British empire, brings together more than 100 histor...

Barbara Kruger: Thinking of You. I Mean Me. I Mean You

As poetic as it is urgent, Barbara Kruger’s text-based work packs a weighty punch. Her methods of ...

Moon/King: The Work and Friendship of Phillip King and Jeremy Moon – 195...

Phillip King and Jeremy Moon met as students at Cambridge and remained friends until Moon’s death ...

The Korean Moment

A flurry of museum and gallery exhibitions flags a surge of interest in Korean art. The most compell...

Harold Cohen: AARON

Through paintings, works on paper and projections, this exhibition traces the evolution of AARON, th...

Gayle Chong Kwan – interview: ‘I’ve made a connection between displa...

Gayle Chong Kwan talks about using sand and sugar to make historic and contemporary connections betw...

Yoko Ono: Music of the Mind

Spanning seven decades of Yoko Ono’s groundbreaking work, from the 1950s to now, some done with Jo...

Leo Robinson – interview: ‘Human beings need meaningful symbols and na...

Leo Robinson, whose exhibition Dream-Bridge-Omniglyph is now at the London Mithraeum, considers his ...

Outi Pieski – interview: ‘Contemporary art museums in general are spac...

Small carved figures, knotted fringes and historic hats represent Outi Pieski’s Sámi heritage as ...

These Mad Hybrids: John Hoyland and Contemporary Sculpture

In this joyous and eccentric show, Hoyland’s jaunty ceramic sculptures are shown alongside equally...

Unravel: The Power and Politics of Textiles in Art

The 50 artists in this formidable show have all used textiles to tell powerful stories of resistance...

Ronald Davis – interview: ‘Two artists who use perspective in their wo...

Ronald Davis talks about his art and how he started out in the 1960s, his friendship with Judy Chica...

Charles Holden’s Master Plan: Building the Bloomsbury Campus* and Warbur...

Spanning master plans and covert models, these two exhibitions conjure up a point in the early 1930s...

Frank Auerbach: The Charcoal Heads

Repeatedly drawing the same sitters from among his circle of close friends, Auerbach conveys his sub...

Jacqueline Poncelet: In the Making

After years of resistance, Jacqueline Poncelet has facilitated a full retrospective of 50 years of h...

When Forms Come Alive

The Hayward Gallery’s spring exhibition is an effervescent playground of kinetically inclined scul...

Paolozzi at 100

This show celebrating the centenary of the local artist who became internationally famous includes m...

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