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Cut and Paste: 400 Years of Collage

This show explores the ways in which collage has been used to create work that is, by turns, playful...

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Gustav Metzger – In King’s Lynn

This show of Metzger’s work, as part of the King’s Lynn Norfolk festival, looks at his years liv...

Hans Ulrich Obrist – interview: ‘This is an unusual Calder show becaus...

A major Alexander Calder exhibition at Centro Botín in Santander reveals about 80 of the great Amer...

Yorkshire Sculpture International 2019

A new international quadrennial across Leeds and Wakefield opens with an introspective first edition...

Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing

The Queen’s Gallery showcases the Royal Collection’s superb archive of Leonardo da Vinci drawing...

Koen Vanmechelen – interview: ‘Now everyone is talking about diversity...

In a joint venture with the Belgian city of Genk, the artist Koen Vanmechelen has built a €22m eco...

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Tess Jaray – interview: ‘Ways of being an artist have massively expand...

Jaray looks back at a career that has spanned more than 60 years and talks about the influence on he...

John Akomfrah: Ballasts of Memory

Akomfrah’s skill as a film-maker and visual storyteller shines through in this compelling show...

Persia Reframed: Iranian Visions of Modern and Contemporary Art by Feresht...

This is a valuable guide to the history of the reception of modern and contemporary Iranian art in t...

Olafur Eliasson: In Real Life

There are nearly 30 years of work in this retrospective, so it is to be hoped that, despite the show...

New Orleans Museum Unveils Sculpture Garden Expansion

Devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the sculpture garden now has a spacious new extension and a...

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Ibrahim Mahama: Parliament of Ghosts

Through the use of old train seats and other salvaged materials, the Ghanaian artist tells a story o...

Félix Vallotton: Painter of Disquiet

The Royal Academy’s exhibition of Vallotton’s varied and strange work proves that some artists d...

Francesc Ruiz – interview: ‘In the realm of drawing, a place of fantas...

The artist talks about his alternative porn installation, House of Fun, now on at Norway’s Momentu...

Alvaro Barrington – interview: ‘When you look at my paintings, you’r...

The New York-based painter talks about the artists he steals from, integrating his lived experience ...

Takis

This exhibition of work by Takis is mesmerising. His sculptures use magnetic energy to create sound ...

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Rosa Johan Uddoh: Studies for Impartiality

Rosa Johan Uddoh continues her exploration of popular culture from a black feminist perspective by r...

David Lewis, Billy Gerard Frank: Epic Memory – Venice Biennale 2019

Two quite different artists who have distinct and diverse relationships with the islands of Grenada ...

Ivon Hitchens: Space Through Colour

This thought-provoking exhibition, the largest on Hitchens since 1989, deftly explores the enigmas o...

Architecture of London

With works from the 17th century to the present day, this impressive exhibition views the changing n...

Callum Hüseyin – interview: ‘Music has the power to shock people in a...

Taking as inspiration the stories of scientists, donors and patients and creating a breathtakingly b...

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Cindy Sherman

Sherman was fascinated by the ambiguous nature of appearances and she throws out clues to entice vie...

Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking

Dulwich Picture Gallery shines a well-deserved spotlight on an almost-forgotten era of future-facing...

Kevork Mourad: the making of Seeing Through Babel

We visited Mourad at the Ismaili Centre in London to witness the creation of his latest work, a six-...

Andrea Luka Zimmerman – interview: ‘This is how I work in films, it’...

Luka Zimmerman talks about her interest in people on the margins, her collaborative process, and tha...

Natalia Goncharova

This landmark retrospective highlights the breathtaking variety of Goncharova’s output, from relig...

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Nicole Eisenman: Groupings of Works from Fountain

Eisenman’s Groupings of Works from Fountain, three sculptures joyfully spouting or spitting water ...

Nikhil Chopra – interview: ‘I try to hold a mirror up to the world and...

Nikhil Chopra, the 2019-2020 artist in residence at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, talks a...

Liz Johnson Artur: If You Know the Beginning, the End Is No Trouble

The photographer celebrates 28 years living among south London’s black British community with this...

Lucio Fontana: On the Threshold

A miraculous retrospective revivifies the Argentine-Italian painter and sculptor, laying bare the br...



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