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Catherine Parsonage: ‘I wanted to break things apart, let everything be ...

The artist talks about how living in Rome has changed her work, why she is so interested in bodily f...

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August Sander: Men Without Masks

Taken together, the portraits shown here, captured by the German photographer between 1910 and 1931,...

Callum Innes: Byzantine Blue, Delft Blue, Paris Blue

Five of Innes’ paintings form the inaugural exhibition for the Ingleby gallery’s new space, an a...

Contemporary Chinese Works on Paper – A Review

A microcosm of Chinese art and social change at Ipswich Art Gallery – this group show of works on ...

Celia Pym: ‘I didn’t ever see the point of invisible mending’

Describing herself as ‘an artist who works in textiles’ Pym talks about her recent surgery for m...

Adapt to Survive: Notes from the Future

The Hayward Gallery’s group show suggests future survival will demand that humans adjust to changi...

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Chila Kumari Burman: ‘I scribble and make a mess in my studio. My whole ...

Burman talks about the inspirations for her intricate, multilayered works, including her latest comm...

Berlin Gallery Weekend 2018

Painting is back, and Berlin’s Gallery Weekend proved a great opportunity to survey its return...

Art Brussels 2018

The annual art fair, which this year celebrated it’s 50th anniversary, impressed with its congenia...

Cedric Morris – portraits, places and flowers: three exhibitions

Three exhibitions capture a slice of 20th-century bohemia with portraits of people, places and, most...

Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity

The two-day colloquium Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity, which explor...

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America’s Cool Modernism: O’Keeffe to Hopper

As the US charged headlong into the 20th century, as its cities grew skywards and consumerism began ...

Clementine Keith-Roach: ‘I think of domestic objects and furniture as ph...

The artist and set designer discusses casting her mother’s breasts for one of her nipple urns, bre...

Cécile B Evans: Amos’ World: Episode One

Cecile B Evans’s video transports us into the surreal world of an architect who believes he can bu...

Andrzej Wróblewski

The spectre of conflict haunts the powerfully enigmatic oeuvre of one of Poland’s pre-eminent post...

Being: New Photography 2018

Iteration 2018 of MoMA’s biennial sampling of what’s trending in photography rethinks both the m...

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Chiharu Shiota: Beyond Time

Using 2,000 balls of thread, Chiharu Shiota’s installation of white woollen webbing in the chapel ...

Alexandra Kokoli and Basia Śliwińska: ‘As long as ‘home’ remains...

Curators Kokoli and Śliwińska and artists Małgorzata Markiewicz and Su Richardson talk about th...

Cinthia Marcelle: The Family in Disorder: Truth or Dare

In her first major UK solo exhibition, the Brazilian artist shows the importance of collective actio...

Cary Leibowitz: ‘I hate my aesthetic. I wish I was delicate and elegant ...

For his first major retrospective, the undersung American artist fills the ICA Philadelphia with mor...

All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life

Tate Britain’s All Too Human explores family, sex and death, and offers a fantastic chance to expl...

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Alge Julija Kavaliauskaitė: ‘There is something about glass that I am c...

Kavaliauskaitė, originally from Latvia but now living in Finland, talks about art and alchemy, haun...

Anthony McCall: ‘The sculptural aspect of a piece occurs only at the mom...

The pioneer of immersive, sculptural light installations explains his process and procedures, intere...

Cybernetic Serendipity: History and Lasting Legacy

Catherine Mason considers the ICA’s groundbreaking computer art exhibition of 1968 and looks at ho...

Claudia Wieser: ’I know there is the danger of beauty in my work, or a d...

Ahead of the opening of her current show at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York, Berlin-based ar...

Art + Technology Week

Events planned around the Creativity and Collaboration: Revisiting Cybernetic Serendipity symposium ...

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Andy Holden: ‘A lot of my work is a fidelity to what feels right more th...

Andy Holden talks about his relationship with his father, the ornithologist Peter Holden, nature ver...

Camille Claudel

Her legacy has often been dwarfed by her biography – as Rodin’s student and lover, who spent 30 ...

Andrew Lacon: Fragments – Kate V Robertson: This Mess Is Kept Afloat

Two exhibitions at Dundee Contemporary Arts confront and explore the relationships between the viewe...

After White: Michaela Zimmer and Peter Welz

Weaving a path in and out of Peter Welz’s awkward steel architectural intervention, the viewer com...



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