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Domestic Bliss

This exhibition of works from Glasgow Museums’ collection explores the concept of domestic bliss, ...

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John Newling: Dear Nature

Newling’s ecological artworks provoke questions about how we can work in harmony with nature and c...

Glasgow International 2020: Digital Platform

With Scotland’s premier contemporary art biennial postponed to 2021, a digital programme of often ...

Helen Cammock – interview: ‘Creativity requires a space of idleness, o...

Last year’s Turner Prize-winner talks about the inspiration behind her latest film and text instal...

Nicolaes Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age

The National Gallery charts the fascinatingly bisected oeuvre of Nicolaes Maes, whose early genre in...

Looking Up: Helaine Blumenfeld at Canary Wharf

The luxury corporate campus of Canary Wharf makes an unusual but strangely prescient setting for scu...

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Cao Fei: Blueprints

Cao’s first large-scale UK exhibition is a fantastical exploration of utopian and dystopian worlds...

The impact of Covid-19 on art critics

This essay, comprising conversations with UK-based critics looks at the effects of the Covid-19 pand...

Léon Spilliaert

Ostend’s master draughtsman oscillates between retreat and escape, nocturnal and diurnal, imbuing ...

Cecil Beaton: Bright Young Things

This thoughtfully designed exhibition tells the story of Cecil Beaton and the Bright Young Things pe...

The impact of Covid-19 on artists, part 5: the long-term outlook and the g...

In the final instalment of this five-part essay, comprising conversations with artists around the wo...

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British Surrealism

This is a long overdue survey of the British contribution to the surrealist movement...

Chung Sang-Hwa: Excavations, 1964-78

Chung was in the vanguard of Korean abstract painting in the 1960s and 70s and this show combines 11...

The impact of Covid-19 on artists, part 4: artistic responses to the coron...

In the fourth instalment of this five-part essay, comprising conversations with artists around the w...

Transparent Things

Video walkthrough of this group exhibition at Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art narrated by cur...

Young Rembrandt

Covering the first decade of Rembrandt’s work, with more than 30 paintings and 90 drawings and pri...

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The impact of Covid-19 on artists, part 3: building communities and findin...

In the third part of this five-part essay, comprising conversations with artists around the globe, w...

Andy Warhol

There is a great deal of death in this exhibition but, ultimately, it is an overwhelming lust for li...

The impact of Covid-19 on artists, part 2: self-isolation, moving online a...

In the second part of this five-part essay, comprising conversations with multiple artists around th...

The impact of Covid-19 on artists

This five-part essay, comprising conversations with multiple artists around the globe, looks at the ...

Sol Calero, Zora Mann and Shailesh BR at Villa Arson

Three new solo exhibitions resulting from artists’ residencies at Villa Arson explore architecture...

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A personal message: Anita Glesta

Brooklyn-based artist Anita Glesta sends a video message from her temporary studio in upstate New Yo...

Lygia Clark: Painting as an Experimental Field 1948-1958

Best-known for her sculptural and interactive later works, a survey of the first decade of the Brazi...

Aubrey Beardsley

In the largest exhibition of Beardsley’s drawings for 50 years, we see evidence of his exquisite p...

From the archive: A New Illustrator – Aubrey Beardsley

This article was first published in The Studio, Vol 1, No 1, April 1893, pages 14–19...

From the archive: Aubrey Beardsley. In Memoriam.

Death has given Aubrey Beardsley the immortality of youth; and in future histories of illustration, ...

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Oluwole Omofemi – interview: ‘In my paintings, I try to tell the black...

The Nigerian artist talks about how he uses hair – specifically the afro – as a metaphor for fre...

SCAD DeFINE Art 2020

Featuring artists including Marilyn Minter, Derrick Adams and Wong Ping, the Savannah College of Art...

Formafantasma: Cambio

From an ancient forest to an Ikea stool, from musical instruments to makeup brushes, Andrea Trimarch...

Johanna Unzueta: Tools for Life

Unzueta’s films, drawings and huge felt installations weave together traditional Chilean needlewor...



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