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Peter Liversidge: ‘My work is solely about engagement’

The artist talks about the significance of his “proposals”, ...

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Tom Ellis: ‘Defining yourself in opposition to something else is always ...

The British artist talks about context, subversion and ...

Michelangelo Pistoletto: ‘The mirror is always part of one unique mirror...

In the startlingly altered states of Blenheim Palace, t...

Visual Wit and Social Critique. Satire from Goya to Grosz

With three centuries’ worth of satire, this exhibition offers an ov...

Oscar Murillo: through patches of corn, wheat and mud

Canvases appear abandoned on the floor and wet paint suggest a state of un-fi...

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Tacita Dean: LA Exuberance

New lithographs, slate drawings and a film of David Hockney, all done by Dean when she was in Los Angele...

Simon Lewty: ‘I draw only from the imagination’

Lewty, whose work combines fantastic images with text, talks about where his in...

Abstract Expressionism

The towering canvases of abstract expressionism crowd the main galleries of the Royal Academy in this monume...

Sofia Borges: ‘Photography can be used as a tool to mould our sense of r...

The artist subverts photography, as she strives to &lsq...

Inside: Artists and Writers in Reading Prison

Since it was founded in 1985, cultural organisation Artangel has made a name for itse...

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Zhao Zhao: ‘You cannot separate art from politics’

A prominent member of the post-1980s generation of Chinese artists and a for...

Karin Schneider: Situational Diagram

Restricting herself to the abstract and the monochrome, referencing Ad Reinhardt, Mark Rothko ...

Rashid Johnson: Fly Away

This is Johnson at his best. Mirrors, branded wood, black soap, shea butter, cut-up photography – hi...

Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva: ‘I am driven by making the impossible possible’

The artist, who makes beautiful works of art using waste...

Shezad Dawood: Kalimpong

From yeti expeditions to spy shenanigans, the Himalayan hotel in Kalimpong has seen it all. Now, a new vir...

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Surreal Encounters Collecting the Marvellous

A fantastic range of Surrealist works and ephemera displayed in this exhibition shows ...

Robert Mapplethorpe: Objects

An enlightening and enriching insight into the juvenilia of the controversial photographer, showing 12...

James Richards: Requests and Antisongs

Sensory stimulation is privileged over semantics in this tripartite installation of new work...

Karen Guthrie: ‘Family history is a hidden pain with lots of people. A f...

The film-maker talks about her incredibly successful an...

Meet the designers doing good this autumn in London

More than 400 events and installations from high-profile designers and rising s...

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Dialogue with Trees: Five Stories of Rebirth and Renewal

To celebrate its 90th birthday, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum is stagi...

Michael Buthe

Combining elements of Christian iconography and ritual with artefacts from North African and oriental culture, Buthe ...

William Kentridge: Thick Time

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

Ed Moses: Painting as Process

In the still eye of the swirl of the happening art that opens Manhattan’s autumn season stands ...

The EY Exhibition: Wifredo Lam

He fought in the Spanish civil war, was exiled from France by the Nazis and returned to his native C...

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Douglas Kotwall: ‘We want to incubate young, contemporary Chinese artist...

Kotwall, a senior member of the K11 Art Foundation, tal...

Guan Xiao: ‘I am learning about humour. It is a precious quality’

The artist talks about how the digital revolution has influen...

Nan Goldin: The Ballad of Sexual Dependency

The record, begun in the 1970s, of a 15-year period in Goldin’s life, is grounded...

Peter Cain

This retrospective exhibition displays Cain’s huge, forensic paintings of cars, strangely truncated yet irresistib...



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