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9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art (BB9): The Present in Drag

Mixing physical locations with digital content, The Present in ...

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Georgia O’Keeffe

Tainted by the myth of erotic undertones, O’Keeffe’s work is shown by this long overdue retrospectiv...

Kate Whiteford: ‘By confronting simple questions, bigger ones emerge. Th...

The artist talks about her new work, now on show at the...

Alice Channer: ‘The area in between the subject and the object is the ar...

The artist, who used everything from cigarette ash to m...

Performance, Audience, Mirror

Celebrating moving image from the 1960s to the present day, this exhibition explores experimentation,...

Pierre Lassonde Pavilion

The new pavilion for the Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec is a glorious building that...

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Co-thinkers

The focus of this exhibition, with work by canonical American and European artists, is less on the art itself and more ...

Cui Xiuwen: Light

Cui Xiuwen is a conceptual artist best known internationally as a video film-maker and photographer. A creator of...

Carlo Carrà: Metaphysical Spaces

The works presented here show some of Carrà’s key metaphysical works, charting his j...

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 in...

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William Eggleston: Portraits

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

Lamia Joreige: ‘Anything you film in a certain reality at a certain mome...

The artist, one of six finalists included in the Artes ...

Niki de Saint Phalle: Je Suis Une Vache Suisse

Despite traumatic experiences early on in life, Niki de Saint Phalle produced vivaci...

Alfredo Jaar: A Logo for America

The first UK screening of Chilean artist Alfredo Jaar’s iconic work, A Logo for America, at ...

Tate Modern Switch House

After more than a decade and over £250m in funds, Tate Modern’s new sibling has opened its doo...

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

Offering the quiet thrill of a cool oasis in the park, t...

Peter Howson: A Survey of Prints

This retrospective of prints produced over four decades by Scottish artist Peter Howson, one-time ...

This is a Voice

This intriguing exhibition attempts to capture the elusive nature of the human voice, with live performances by sou...

Diane Arbus: in the beginning

Burnished by a brilliant installation, this early work shows the storied American photographer alread...

Ragnar Kjartansson

The Icelandic artist’s first UK survey exhibition serves up a palimpsest of delights that gives contempora...

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Stuart Davis: In Full Swing

Showcasing his work from 1921 to his death in 1964, this exhibition allows the visitor to fully appreci...

Tim Slade: ‘The whole point about erasure is to allow you to pretend tha...

The Destruction of Memory charts the global loss of his...

Mariko Mori: ‘The ring is a symbol of oneness, completeness and eternity...

The artist talks about her mission to place site-specif...

Francesca Pasquali: ‘I have a contemporary view of art, so I want to dra...

The Bolognese artist uses everyday materials and plasti...

Marie Yates: ‘In my view, everything is textual, and a text is visual’

A woman artist working conceptually with the landscape s...

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Geoffrey Rigden 1943-2016

Much here is from his house or studio, with a number of paintings stretched up for the first time since t...

Jennifer Wen Ma: ‘Throughout history, humans have been trying to break i...

The artist talks about her new installation, Molar, at ...

David Hockney RA: 82 Portraits and 1 Still Life

The brightly coloured faces lining the walls of this exhibition show a human fascin...



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