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Whitstable Biennale 2018

Surreal, witty and at times unsettling, Whitstable Biennale 2018 is full of surprises...

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Vera Molnár: ‘I have no regrets. My life is squares, triangles, lines’

Vera Molnár, the pioneer of computer-assisted art, recounts her love affair with lines, the balanci...

Women Can’t Paint: Part 1

The title of the exhibition comes from a statement made in 2013 by Georg Baselitz, the German artist...

Wasp

Taking its name from Andrea Arnold’s award-winning short film Wasp, this group exhibition of 10 fe...

William Crozier: The Edge of Landscape

Working in the shadow of the second world war, the nuclear threat and the Irish Troubles, Crozier’...

Virginia Woolf: An Exhibition Inspired By Her Writings

The great modernist writer serves as a presiding spirit in an inclusive, multifarious group show, di...

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Virtual Normality: Women Net Artists 2.0

This exhibition looks at how social media platforms and the digital manipulation of images are being...

What Absence Is Made Of

This exhibition brings together more than 70 works from the Hirshhorn’s collection in an attempt t...

William Kentridge: ‘One needs sometimes to show the power of the irratio...

William Kentridge talks about his recent performance of Kurt Schwitters’ sound poem Ursonate, dada...

Veronica Ryan: ‘I’m interested in the semantics of perception’

The artist talks about her continuing connection with the sculptures of Barbara Hepworth, and how he...

Vanessa Baird: You are Something Else

Vanessa Baird’s vivid, illustrative pastels depicting domestic chaos and drowning refugees make fo...

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Vermeer and the Masters of Genre Painting: Inspiration and Rivalry

The organisers of this exhibition are keen to show how the Dutch genre painters both drew inspiratio...

Vic McEwan: ‘I played a paddle-steamer to an audience of 1,000 and used ...

The artist Vic McEwan talks about his project on the swan hoppers of the Murrumbidgee river in Austr...

Willow Hai: ‘The jade burial suit is the single most important object in...

The director of the China Institute in New York talks about its current show, Dreams of the Kings, a...

Wayne Thiebaud: 1962 to 2017

The quintessentially American artist Wayne Thiebaud is now 96 years old, and this impressive exhibit...

Whitney Biennial 2017

America loves firsts, and, following a hiatus of three years, the once-unruly Whitney Biennial, now ...

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When the Heavens Meet the Earth

Showcasing works from Robert Devereux’s Sina Jina African art collection, this small but dense exh...

Vanessa Bell (1879-1961)

While Vanessa Bell stands strong as an artist in her own right, her art can nevertheless not be sepa...

Vera Möller: ‘My father thought going to art school was like wanting to...

The German-born artist explains why she first studied biology rather than art, how her scientific ba...

Wael Shawky: ‘When you invert language, you make it even stronger’

With two exhibitions of his work opening in Italy this month, Wael Shawky talks about his film-makin...

Wendy Stavrianos: ‘I have always aimed for my work to be more akin to vi...

The artist talks about her concern with environmental degradation and mass migration, and her aim to...

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Visual Wit and Social Critique. Satire from Goya to Grosz

With three centuries’ worth of satire, this exhibition offers an overview of things that have chan...

William Kentridge: Thick Time

This remarkable show offers six of the South African artist’s most potent installations – and si...

Xu Yong: ‘Negatives act as witness’

Twenty-five years after Tiananmen Square, the Beijing-based photographer took the brave decision to ...

Winifred Knights (1899-1947)

Knights was a prodigious talent, yet she has been virtually ignored for the past half a century. Now...

Venice Architecture Biennale 2016: Reporting from the Front

From the poster image for this six-month-long event to the immersive installations of exquisitely re...

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William Eggleston: Portraits

The first exhibition devoted to the American photographer’s portraiture undersells the works’ be...

Watteau’s Soldiers: Scenes of Military Life in Eighteenth-Century France

Offering the quiet thrill of a cool oasis in the park, the Frick Collection has mounted a connoisseu...

Wolfgang Tillmans

What is lost is lost forever, says Tillmans in this politically charged exhibition, which includes p...

William Heath Robinson’s Life of Line

With a wit all of his own Heath Robinson captured everything from the sublime to the ridiculous, and...



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