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Sadie Morgan – interview: ‘When you’re part of a community, architec...

Sadie Morgan, of Stirling Prize-winning architects De Rijke Marsh Morgan, discusses social and envir...

Crystal Fischetti – interview: ‘I use my whole body when I paint’

Crystal Fischetti talks about ‘coming out’ of the spiritual closet, and how she uses her whole b...

Grief and Grievance: Art and Mourning in America – book review

Preceding an exhibition at New York’s New Museum, this book, based on a vision of the late Okwui E...

Prabhakar Pachpute – interview: ‘I juxtapose memories and what is happ...

Artist Prabhakar Pachpute talks about growing up in a coal-mining region in India, and how its assoc...

Unearthed: Photography’s Roots

The first major exhibition of photography at the Dulwich Picture Gallery uses nature as a lens to ex...

Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf – interview: ‘This slow-motion style of...

Tako Taal and Adam Benmakhlouf discuss their ideas behind the 2021 Artists’ Moving Image Festival ...

Nick Hornby – interview: ‘Liquefied photography is magical and mysteri...

British artist Nick Hornby talks about his shift from art history to personal histories, and combini...

The Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers

Quilts from three generations of African American makers in a remote Alabama community demonstrate g...

Sara Barker – interview: ‘I tackle sculpture from the position of pain...

Glasgow-based Sara Barker talks about how the pandemic has affected her practice and her exhibition,...

Michael Visocchi – interview

Scottish artist Michael Visocchi talks about his commission to create a sculpture for South Georgia,...

Luiz Zerbini – interview: ‘I treat a painting as an oracle’

Brazilian painter Luiz Zerbini discusses urbanity and nature, the power of geometry and the secret l...

Jordan Baseman on turning mastectomy tattoos into the subject of a cartoon...

Jordan Baseman’s films deal with everything from embalming to post cancer surgery tattoos, and see...

Moynihan Train Hall: splendour for the masses

Wrought of sheer will, the Moynihan Train Hall, a radiant new gateway to Manhattan, addresses past, ...

Christine and Jennifer Binnie – interview

Artist sisters Christine and Jennifer Binnie talk about their joint curation of an exhibition from t...

Sarah Wood – interview: ‘At the moment we all want to gather around st...

Sarah Wood, artist, filmmaker, talks about what lockdown has taught her and how making her latest fi...

Young Poland: The Polish Arts and Crafts Movement, 1890-1918 – book revi...

The range of work to emerge from the Young Poland movement is staggering and this well-researched, b...

Kandinsky | Guggenheim Bilbao

With 62 of Kandinsky’s paintings and works on paper, this exhibition charts the development of his...

Shaping the World: Sculpture from Prehistory to Now – book review

This is a fascinating account of conversations between Antony Gormley and the art critic Martin Gayf...

Genesis, a floating church, by Denizen Works

Elements of care and craftsmanship link Genesis, a floating faith space on a traditional narrowboat,...

Abigail DeVille: Light of Freedom

In the year that has seen the Black Lives Matter movement and the questioning of what public statues...

The Film London Jarman Award 2020

After a challenging year in view of the global pandemic, the prize named after the legendary film-ma...

Brian Dawn Chalkley: The Untold Depth of Savagery

Brian Dawn Chalkley’s alter ego, Dawn, has sketched a world of androgynous figures with guns in se...

Katharina Grosse – interview: ‘My eyes are my most important tools’

Katharina Grosse talks about the importance of layering, colour and bodily intelligence in her paint...

The 20 best art books of 2020

With many galleries and museums shut, art books have become more important than ever. Here are 20 of...

Emma Nicolson of Inverleith House: ‘Art institutions can highlight the d...

Emma Nicolson, the head of creative programmes at Inverleith House at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinb...

Jim Dine – interview: ‘I never stop looking. I never stop examining. I...

Artist Jim Dine talks about his easily recognisable paintings, into which he embeds tools and incorp...

Arctic: Culture and Climate

The British Museum’s latest exhibition explores the cultures of the Arctic and the many ingenious ...

Trulee Hall – interview: ‘When I say “whore”, I wouldn’t say tha...

Trulee Hall talks about her multimedia practice, her views on sex and voyeurism, and how she hopes h...

Haegue Yang: Strange Attractors

Connections both cosmic and corporeal are woven throughout Haegue Yang’s sculptures, collages and ...

Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2020

This year, the 25th anniversary of the prize, the exhibition contains 71 works, many coloured by the...

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