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Harriet Middleton-Baker: ‘I enjoy the potential for opera to be seriousl...

The artist talks about unpicking the story of William Hogarth’s A Harlot’s Progress and using he...

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Glasgow International Festival 2018

The largest festival for contemporary visual art in Scotland, the eighth Glasgow International, unde...

Inti Guerrero: ‘I am trying not to fall into the cultural production and...

The curator of this year’s EVA International, Ireland’s biennial, talks about how the country’...

Helen and Kate Storey: Neurogenesis – From Neuron Birth to All That We A...

An interdisciplinary and collaborative exhibition that fuses art, fashion and cell imaging to share ...

Ingela Ihrman: We Thrive

The Swedish artist’s works and her theatrical pieces – which include a giant hogweed, a giant ot...

Giorgio Griffa: A Continuous Becoming

With references to the Fibonacci sequence and the golden ratio, Griffa’s paintings are works to pu...

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Glenn Brown: Come to Dust

In a hulking presentation at Gagosian, the painter laureate of putrefaction continues to moulder old...

Impulse

Art critic Clement Greenberg coined the term ‘post-painterly abstraction’ to describe the work o...

Gianfranco Baruchello: Incidents of Lesser Account

Raven Row reopened with a major survey of Gianfranco Baruchello, a rambunctious and polymathic maste...

Impressionists in London, French Artists in Exile (1870-1904)

This exhibition lacks coherence and has little to say about the influence British artists had on the...

Grace Weir: ‘I often think through the camera’

In Irish film artist Grace Weir’s latest exhibition, Unfolded, past and present, the real and repr...

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Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: Not Everyone Will Be Taken Into the Future

This first large-scale British retrospective of work by the US-based Russian installation artists Il...

Idris Khan: Absorbing Light

Reflections on the horrors of one of Syria’s most famous prisons have driven Idris Khan to new for...

It’s How Well You Bounce

In the grounds of the UK’s first hospital to treat people with mental illness, lie a fascinating m...

Gerfried Stocker: ‘The first time I went to Ars Electronica Festival was...

Gerfried Stocker talks about going from being a media artist influenced by Ars Electronica to becomi...

Godwin Bradbeer: ‘the work must have both physical presence and an enigm...

Bradbeer talks about his technique, why he works on a large scale and what drawing means to him – ...

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Hannah Quinlan and Rosie Hastings: ‘Our work poses questions that bridge...

The collaborative duo talk about their film UK Gay Bar Directory, which is showing at the Walker Art...

Hans Hansen: Still Life

This survey of six decades of the work of German photographer Hans Hansen, perhaps best known for hi...

Harold Cohen: ‘I was probably the only person who considered the compute...

Pioneer of computer art Harold Cohen died last year at the age of 87. In 2015, in one of the last in...

Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium

This inspiring retrospective at the Whitney captures the sensuous resonance of Brazilian artist Hél...

Guy Yanai: ‘Every work that leaves my studio is part of an inexhaustible...

The Israeli artist Guy Yanai explains the stories behind the bold, colourful oil paintings in Speak,...

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Hanne Darboven: Korrespondenzen

An exhibition in Berlin uses a collection of correspondence to place the great German conceptualist ...

Ida Applebroog: Mercy Hospital

These drawings from the forgotten sketchbooks of the well-known feminist artist Ida Applebroog offer...

George Drivas: Laboratory of Dilemmas – Venice Biennale 2017

For the 57th Venice Biennale, Greek artist George Drivas offers his customary blend of architecture ...

Howard Hodgkin: Painting India

Radiating the heat and light of India, and expressing the artist’s love for the South Asian countr...

Henri Scars Struck: ‘It was interesting for me to have a physical space ...

Henri Scars Struck, the French music composer known for his meditative sonic experiences, discusses ...

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Isaac Julien: ‘I dream a world’ Looking for Langston

A new exhibition focusing on the Isaac Julien’s hugely significant 1989 film delves into what made...

Gregory Crewdson: ‘I wanted the photographs to feel like a suburban wind...

American photographer Gregory Crewdson talks about loneliness and connection in his work and, in par...

Grayson Perry: The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!

This exhibition delivers everything you would expect from the colourful Grayson Perry, but it is als...

Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction

As we see from the Barbican’s science fiction exhibition, the genre has consistently looked to the...



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