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Postwar Modern: New Art in Britain 1945-1965

The Barbican’s craggy, pockmarked concrete walls provide the perfect setting for this rediscovery ...

Lawrence Calver: Under the Sun

These large textile works, in which Lawrence Calver stretches, bleaches and stains recycled or repur...

Mark Francis – video interview: ‘l like to use a grid to convey order ...

Mark Francis discusses the evolution of his subject matter, his techniques, his use of colour, the i...

Whistler’s Woman in White: Joanna Hiffernan

This show explores how Whistler’s work was shaped by the Irish beauty who became his model, muse a...

Tomás Saraceno: Particular Matter(s)

This show is a marvel of art and science in which Tomás Saraceno literally draws you into his web t...

Per Kirkeby: Geological Messages – Paintings from 1965-2015

Although Per Kirkeby gave up his academic studies in natural history to pursue his art, what is clea...

Jasmina Cibic – interview: ‘I’m drawn towards the political psycholo...

Jasmina Cibic talks about the ideas, people and moments in history that inspire her artistic practic...

Julian Perry – interview: ‘It’s about wanting to create spaces that ...

Despite describing himself as a ‘devout atheist’, an altarpiece takes centre stage among Perry...

Emilio Vedova: Documenta 7

He was one of the most influential Italian abstract artists of his time, and the raw energy of Vedov...

Reflections from Frieze Los Angeles 2022

From Betye Saar’s recreation of her famous 1983 Los Angeles public mural to work shown by young, e...

A State of Matter: Modern and Contemporary Glass Sculpture

A diverting group exhibition makes the case for glass as an artistic medium, showcasing some bedazzl...

Jasia Reichardt – video interview: ‘It’s not really labour … It’...

Jasia Reichardt discusses the newly published archive catalogue she has collated and curated over 20...

David Diao: Berlin Chair in Pieces

Diao presents us with 13 new sumptuous paintings, all of which were inspired by the deconstructed pa...

A Century of the Artist’s Studio: 1920–2020

The Whitechapel Gallery takes us on a dizzying, exploratory tour through 100 years of artists’ wor...

Gillian Wearing: Wearing Masks

This thoughtful and comprehensive retrospective spans more than 30 years of Gillian Wearing’s work...

NFT: The New FuTure

This exhibition of rare NFTs is a chance to see some of the digital art traded using blockchain tech...

Danielle Dean: Amazon

With her playful but disturbing critique of exploitative working practices, Danielle Dean takes the ...

Ai Weiwei: The Liberty of Doubt

This exhibition may be small, but it still packs a powerful punch as Ai Weiwei mixes up his work and...

Vlatka Horvat – interview: ‘I’m interested in trying to get beyond t...

During the lockdown last year, Vlatka Horvat decided to go on daily walks around her east London nei...

John Yau – interview: ‘America is still about two colours: black and w...

John Yau talks about promoting inclusivity, changing how history is viewed, and the importance of th...

Every Ocean Hughes: One Big Bag

A young death doula sets out the tools of her ‘mobile corpse kit’, as she explains how she looks...

Joan Semmel – interview: ‘I was simply not excluding those who did not...

With a retrospective at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts covering 60 years of work, from he...

Van Gogh Self-Portraits

Vincent van Gogh’s green-blue eyes stare into ours as we look with him and at him in this intense ...

Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics and Contemporary Art

Through three generations, this show explores the importance of black female artists in shaping cera...

Chechu Álava – interview: ‘We painters are like relay runners who pas...

Chechu Álava explains how her passion for art history and her interest in gender issues blend toget...

Cauleen Smith – interview: ‘I don’t know if optimism is needed so mu...

The artist on what it was like to have her lockdown Instagram posts on Covid shown on the vast scree...

Allison Katz: Artery

In her first institutional solo show in London, Katz creates a fascinating world of surrealism and i...

Testament

What would a monument to Britain in 2022 look like? A motley crew of artists provide some surprising...

Francis Bacon: Man and Beast

The raw power of the works in this show, in which we see Francis Bacon’s fascination with animals ...

British Art Show 9

British Art Show 9, this five-yearly show, is an ambitious undertaking, and a lack of coherence betw...

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