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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...

Fausto Melotti: Theatre

The fascinating Italian modernist Fausto Melotti discovers his humanity through theatre...

Gainsborough’s Blue Boy

Gainsborough’s Blue Boy, an icon of British art, returns to London exactly a century after its muc...

Flesh Arranges Itself Differently

Drawing from two remarkable collections of contemporary art and medical and scientific discovery, th...

Donna Huddleston – video interview: ‘I was thinking of all the works b...

Donna Huddleston talks about her beguiling new works on paper, for which she draws on her background...

Julie Mehretu: Cities in the maelstrom – an essay

Julie Mehretu is known for her vast abstract paintings referencing everything from capitalism and gl...

Cork Street Attack, Grey Organisation

An unusual exhibition at the Mayor Gallery historicises the precisely choreographed assault on its p...

Lakwena Maciver– interview: ‘I like to think my work will bring hope t...

The London-based artist discusses painting colourful works to counteract life’s grey realities, he...

Drift: Moments of Connection

The Amsterdam-based duo combine art and technology in installations that work with light and movemen...

Julien Creuzet: Too blue, too deep, too dark we sank …

Sculpture, film and music blend in the French-Caribbean artist’s striking exploration of the legac...

Baselitz: The retrospective

This show, which spans the six decades of Baselitz’s career, highlights key periods in his output ...

Galleries in the Groove: Three Visionary Dealers, 1960s-80s

Through archival ephemera, photographs, posters and letters, this show documents the history of thre...

Katya Kvasova – interview: ‘People say that whatever someone paints or...

Katya Kvasova talks about her interest in hands, her artistic training, and her method of layering g...

Cosmos and Chaos: Cyfest-13

This exhibition brings together documentary and artistic material exploring the history of ideas of ...

Shahzia Sikander – interview: ‘I usually create a painting as a poem’

Shahzia Sikander talks about the problems surrounding the telling of any history, and how collaborat...

Anselm Kiefer: Pour Paul Celan

Here, in four installations and 19 vast canvases, Anselm Kiefer creates a dialogue with the work of ...

Cristina Iglesias – video interview: ‘I always felt I wanted to create...

Cristina Iglesias discusses her fascination with geology and botany, how public sculpture assists in...

Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s – Now

Featuring 46 artists, this long-overdue examination of the complex interrelationship between the Car...

Elizabeth Murray

Expansive, exuberant and looking as fresh as if they had just been made, the five works on show here...

Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca: Swinguerra

Fact and fiction overlap in this documentary-style film, as mainly black and LGBT characters use dan...

Khvay Samnang: Calling for Rain – Amartey Golding: Bring Me to Heal

Khvay Samnang uses Cambodian dancers to conjure stories of environmental disaster and recovery, and ...

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