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Judith Godwin: Expressions of Life

Although associated with abstract expressionism, Judith Godwin strove for a more nuanced approach th...

Ramesh Mario Nithiyendran – interview: ‘Part of creating the work is t...

A melange of multilimbed, fertility, guardian, protector and warrior figures animate Glasgow’s Tra...

Art Without Frontiers: The Story of the British Council, Visual Arts, and ...

This is a fascinating account of the personalities, events and contexts that have shaped an organisa...

Sara Shamma – interview: ‘When I paint, I am in a state like meditatio...

Sara Shamma’s latest exhibition of new paintings responds to works by greats from Rembrandt to Rub...

Pasquarosa: From Muse to Painter

Remembered more as an artist’s model than a painter, Pasquarosa, this largely forgotten female art...

Jonathan Jones: Untitled (Transcriptions of Country)

Jones collaborates with recent migrants to Australia to show how the culture and practices of its In...

Why contemporary art has to fight for survival in Cuenca

On the occasion of the Ecuadorian city’s 16th biennial, we look at how religion, deeply conservati...

Emilie L Gossiaux: Other-Worlding

Emilie L Gossiaux lost her sight in an accident 13 years ago. This show reads like a lover letter to...

Ruth Orkin: Women

She photographed celebrities such as Lauren Bacall and Doris Day and worked for Life magazine and Lo...

William Pope.L: ‘There should be a porosity to the work when you’re bu...

At the opening of Hospital at the South London Gallery, William Pope.L's first major institutional U...

Belles Choses. Art Nouveau Around 1900

The Bröhan-Museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary with this exhibition looking at French and Be...

Andrew Cranston – interview: ‘Trust in things around you being the stu...

As his first public exhibition opens in Wakefield, the brilliant Scottish painter Andrew Cranston ta...

James Lingwood and Michael Morris, former Artangel directors – interview...

Their legacy includes Rachel Whiteread’s cast of a terraced house, Roger Hiorns transformation of ...

Self-Determination: A Global Perspective

Numerous new nations sprang up after the first world war. This titanic exhibition explores the art t...

Don Van Vliet: Standing on One Hand

An exhibition of oil paintings by Don Van Vliet, the artist formerly known as Captain Beefheart, has...

Jaeeun Choi: La Vita Nuova

With projects including plans to drop seed bombs on Korea to studying what happens to paper if you b...

Stepping Softly on the Earth

Twenty artists, mostly non-western and indigenous, consider how dam projects, diamond mining, monocu...

Shezad Dawood: Leviathan

The gothic majesty of Salisbury Cathedral provides a suitable home for Shezad Dawood’s apocalyptic...

Kim Lim: Space, Rhythm & Light

Strong, single-minded and uncompromising, Kim Lim made a significant contribution to 20th-century Br...

Pesellino: A Renaissance Master Revealed

Florentine painter Francesco Pesellino’s life was sadly short, but his technical virtuosity shines...

Jake Grewal – interview: ‘I don’t know where I make work from other ...

Jake Grewal, whose compelling first solo institutional exhibition is now showing at Pallant House Ga...

Bruce Munro – interview: ‘I was constantly telling people about this l...

Bruce Munro dreamed of installing Field of Light in the Australian desert. He explains how the monum...

Weaving at Black Mountain College: Anni Albers, Trude Guermonprez and thei...

This book shows how Anni Albers and Trude Guermonprez, teaching at a small arts college for just a f...

Gego: Measuring Infinity

The vibrant sculptural works in wire and metal for which Gertrud Goldschmidt is known are complement...

Monica Sjöö: The Great Cosmic Mother

The spirit of these works was forged by Monica Sjöö in the 1960s and beyond, but their political u...

The Big Screen: Film Posters of All Time

With more than 300 original posters from the early 1900s to the present, this exhibition honours the...

Stephen Willats: Time Tumbler

This exhibition celebrates the 80th birthday of pioneering conceptual artist Stephen Willats, from h...

Emilio Prini: …E Prini

A retrospective of the arte povera intellectual is not for the fainthearted. But it rewards persever...

Art Monsters: Unruly Bodies in Feminist Art – book review

Lauren Elkin draws on female ‘art monsters’ who have broken taboos around society’s expectatio...

MC Escher

A blockbuster exhibition takes us into the mind-bending world of the Dutch printmaker. But is it art...

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