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Cai Guo-Qiang: Fireflies

Philadelphia’s most illustrious thoroughfare celebrated its 100th anniversary with a spectacular a...

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Basquiat: Boom for Real

A revelatory exhibition at the Barbican liberates Jean-Michel Basquiat from his mythos and allows hi...

Chris Alton: ‘By bringing different artists together, there is the possi...

Curator and artist Chris Alton talks about his latest venture, You’re Surrounded By Me, which weav...

Breathing Colour by Hella Jongerius

This brilliant show from Dutch industrial designer Jongerius aims to ‘tickle the eyes of the viewe...

Alma-Tadema: At Home in Antiquity

A capacious retrospective of the long-neglected Victorian academician uncovers a master of the sensu...

A Perfect Chemistry: Photographs by Hill and Adamson

A celebration of collaboration, friendship and innovative spirit, A Perfect Chemistry illuminates th...

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Clare Woods: Victim of Geography

For her first solo exhibition in Scotland, the renowned British artist Clare Woods presents 11 strik...

Bill Viola Retrospective

Bill Viola’s strength is in using the video camera to get under the viewer’s skin, peeling away ...

Andrew Rogers: I AM–ENERGY

Among Expo 2017’s vast complex of pavilions stands Andrew Rogers’ I AM–ENERGY. A sculptural fe...

Alexandra Dementieva: ‘All art is an interactive game. I am offering the...

Don’t come to Alexandra Dementieva’s exhibition with the hope of being a passive spectator. As s...

Afruz Amighi: ‘I wanted to make a procession of characters that embodied...

In No More Disguise, Afruz Amighi’s first show of drawings, the New York-based artist discusses th...

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A Handful of Dust: Photography after Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp

A haunting exhibition in which dust plays a divine agent of death...

Alice Neel, Uptown

With an uncompromising certainty of vision, Alice Neel paints individuals, capturing not only their ...

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain: Reports to an Academy

In her latest film, Cork-based artist Ailbhe Ní Bhriain uses the perpetual ebb and flow of water an...

Balenciaga: Shaping fashion

The V&A presents an exhibition exploring the abstract and architectural shapes of Cristóbal Balenci...

Calder: Hypermobility 2017

Drawing on its extensive collection, this small but exquisite show floated by the Whitney Museum of ...

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Akram Zaatari: Against Photography – An Annotated History of the Arab Im...

Searching for alternative historical and cultural narratives, Zaatari reveals the contents of the Ar...

Abou Farman: ‘I want the tragic to become an acceptable space’

Abou Farman, who co-wrote Icaros: A Vision with Leonor Caraballo, talks about the film, which is bas...

Art in Art

The exhibition captures the ingenuity and playfulness involved in critical perception, with more tha...

Becky Suss: ‘Putting domestic spaces into the gallery says something abo...

In her exhibition Homemaker at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York, Philadelphia-based artist Beck...

Cornelia Parker

The new works of the often-brilliant Cornelia Parker act as a cautionary tale for artists who rush t...

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Berlin Gallery Weekend 2017

The biggest week of the year for Berlin’s contemporary art scene saw the opening of dozens of exhi...

Art Brussels 2017

This 35th annual incarnation of Art Brussels was taglined ‘From Discovery to Rediscovery’. Here ...

Brook Andrew: ‘I was challenged to unwind the histories that were told t...

History, identity and race dominate the Australian artist Brook Andrew’s work, as he challenges st...

Alexey Titarenko: ‘I wanted to capture my inner perception of the world ...

An exhibition at the Naiya Alexander Gallery in New York brings together Alexey Titarenko’s photog...

Constable and Brighton

A pivotal period of John Constable’s life was spent in Brighton, where he would repeat three favou...

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Caroline Walker: ‘Who we perceive to be the maker of an image affects ho...

Caroline Walker’s quietly charged, often luxurious, spaces frame half-told narratives that complic...

After Industry

This exhibition of works by Christer Karlstad, Willy Verginer and Jason DeMarte, fittingly staged in...

Architecture as Metaphor

A mix of sculpture, tapestry, film, photography, painting and collage by 33 artists whose work refer...

Amelie von Wulffen: The Misjudged Bimpfi

For her first solo exhibition in the UK, Amelie von Wulffen deals with themes of guilt, marginalisat...



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