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Pine’s Eye

From rejecting cultivated gardens in favour of wild spaces to using traditional craft rather than mo...

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Julijonas Urbonas: Planet of People

In this fascination fusion of art and science, the Lithuanian artist imagines sending visitors into ...

Hans Hofmann – Fury: Painting After the War

A concise exhibition at Bastian captures the German-American painter manoeuvring between modernisms,...

David Hockney: Drawing from Life

In the first major exhibition of David Hockney’s drawings for 20 years, a focus on just a handful ...

Ziba Ardalan – interview: ‘Parasol has been 16 years of go-go … Mayb...

Ardalan talks about her decision to close Parasol unit, and its achievements in London over the last...

Climate in Crisis: Environmental Change in the Indigenous Americas

This exhibition documents the hardships faced by Indigenous people from across the Americas as a res...

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Mary Weatherford: Canyon–Daisy–Eden

This first survey show for the artist features work from 1989 to 2015 and reveals the experimental n...

Pacita Abad: Life in the Margins

Abad’s exuberant mixed-media trapunto works give a carnivalesque feel to the UK’s first solo exh...

Maurice Burns – interview: ‘I think musically when I compose my painti...

The artist talks about his current exhibition at Gerald Peters, his first show in New York, his comp...

Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years

If you can move beyond the small size of the venue and the incongruity of hermetically sealed displa...

Marguerite Humeau – interview : ‘I think art was born from a will to b...

Whether she is reconstructing the voice of Cleopatra or creating futuristic elephantine forms, Humea...

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Masculinities: Liberation Through Photography

I had hoped this would be a show full of challenges and questions, but with its images of bodybuilde...

Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925-45

Following the Mexican Revolution of 1920, art that reflected the country’s traditions and social i...

Hedda Sterne

Long-known as ‘the only female at the birth of abstract expressionism’, Romanian-born Sterne alw...

Carmen Neely – interview: ‘I'm interested in the process of what is lo...

The artist talks about the role of collecting, (re)creating characters and identities, translation, ...

Naum Gabo: Constructions for Real Life

This first major British survey of Gabo’s work in more than 30 years includes paintings, drawings,...

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Caravaggio-Bernini: The Baroque in Rome

This is the first major exhibition to pair the greatest painter of the baroque period with its great...

Jake Wood-Evans – interview: ‘I don’t think you can make a successfu...

Taking great baroque altarpieces as his starting point, Jake Wood-Evans marks out his composition, a...

We Will Walk: Art and Resistance in the American South

Through the work of more than 20 African American artists, this show explores the soul-stirring art ...

Art Deco by the Sea

This takes us to an interwar Britain where hope and modernism blossomed, changing the face of everyt...

Steve McQueen

The vision of artist and film-maker Steve McQueen is bold and thought-provoking in this challenging ...

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Yasumasa Morimura: Ego Obscura, Tokyo 2020

In his search for ‘the self’, Morimura takes on the guise of well-known historical figures and c...

Actinic – Photography in Print

As part of the Actinic Festival, Kristina Chan, Nick Devison, Itamar Freed, Morwenna Kearsley and Ma...

Denzil Forrester – interview: ‘I needed that dark space to bring out t...

Studio International spoke with Forrester at the opening of Itchin & Scratchin, his first major solo...

Gianfranco Zappettini – interview: ‘Painting always survives’

As his first solo exhibition in London opens at Mazzoleni, Zappettini recounts his ease with unconfo...

David Reed: New Paintings

In his second solo show with Gagosian, Reed displays his many strengths in 15 new and impressive wor...

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Van Eyck: An Optical Revolution

Celebrating the first stages of restoration of the Ghent Altarpiece, as well as the incredible acade...

An-My Lê – interview: ‘All the striations of important events are ret...

Photographer An-My Lê talks about her project Silent General and the personal and political tension...

Not Vital: SCARCH

Is there another living artist who has reimagined what architecture is or does quite so comprehensiv...

British Baroque: Power and Illusion

The Tate’s first survey of Britain’s late-17th-century art is a misshapen pearl, often glimmerin...



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