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Kate Fahey: interview

Kate Fahey is concerned with slowing down how we interact with images. In the age of Google, where o...

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Robert Rauschenberg

This exhibition, the first full-scale retrospective of Rauschenberg’s work since his death in 2008...

Seungjo Jeong: interview

South Korean artist Seungjo Jeong creates pared-back canvases that explore the relationship between ...

Roman Ondák: The Source of Art is in the Life of a People

In a show lasting 100 days and symbolising 100 years, the celebrated conceptual artist Roman Ondák ...

John Currin

In five new works at Sadie Coles HQ, the controversial American painter clothes the history of art i...

Art Basel in Miami Beach 2016

Palpable relief that the sky was not falling in freed this year’s 78,000 fairgoers to act out Tom ...

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Fabienne Verdier: ‘I am an intrepid woman, a bit of a rebel maybe’

Verdier explains her unique method of vertical painting, using a handmade brush with a large reserve...

Roger Hiorns: ‘It isn’t enough to put an artwork in the world. You hav...

Roger Hiorns explains his methods of exploration and excavation, and why he believes art is not so m...

Jason Martin

The new minimalism at which Martin has arrived is obvious in the oil paintings on show here, and his...

Jasper Johns and Edvard Munch: Love, Loss, and the Cycle of Life

Despite the vast differences in the style and intention of their work, this exhibition attempts to s...

Sophie Jung: ‘I don’t trust language’

The performance artist talks about Chinese encyclopaedias, the Austrian feminist playwright Elfriede...

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City Sculpture Projects 1972

Two of the 14 original sculptures are accompanied by other work from that time, alongside maquettes ...

Anselm Kiefer: Walhalla

Anselm Kiefer weaves myth and the modern era into a characteristically apocalyptic show. But is it a...

Karen Russo: ‘I’ve always liked the idea of making films that were som...

The artists talks about her two most recent films, Haus Atlantis and TET-Stadt, which centre on the ...

Franciszka Themerson: Lines and Thoughts

This exhibition reveals Themerson’s ability to conjure life and emotion out of a single line in he...

David Kohn: ‘In trying to broaden what architecture could be, it feels l...

From a house extension modelled on a fox, to a new quad for an Oxford college, to a hotel in the air...

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Pat Steir

This dramatic selection of the American artist’s painting from 1990-2011 marks her first London sh...

Emma Elliott: ‘Being human is the most important thing. Just being human...

The Passion For Freedom ambassador talks about her current project, which brings together the stigma...

Jiang Dahai: ‘There are universal values shared among artists and schola...

The Chinese-born artist unfolds his search for abstraction in all art, his pursuit of musicality and...

Laura Owens

Laura Owens’s dynamic abstract paintings, accompanied her own quirky audio guide, ensure there is ...

Intrigue: James Ensor by Luc Tuymans

Ensor’s star has remained dim in the UK. This small exhibition of his works, selected by fellow Be...

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Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec: Rêveries Urbaines

Dreaming of new ways to connect humans to cities, the Paris-based brothers have sidestepped architec...

Magnus Plessen: ‘I try to undo or confuse any preconceived ideas while w...

The German artist talks about his latest show at White Cube in London, which includes paintings done...

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...

Monica Bonvicini: ‘It is not merely a display of sculptures and objects ...

The Italian artist talks about her survey show at Baltic and how bringing together her works in new ...

In Focus: Stanley Spencer – A Panorama of Life

This bite-size exhibition offers a concise but surprisingly thorough overview of the artist’s life...

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Anthea Hamilton: ‘There is something quite liberating about knowing that...

The Turner Prize-nominated artist talks about her experience of reimagining the Kettle’s Yard coll...

Cheng Ran: Diary of a Madman

For his first solo US exhibition, the Chinese artist presents his view of New York through a multime...

Century: 100 Modern British Artists

The UK may be struggling with its identity in a globalised world, but the artists of the past centur...

György Jovánovics: ‘A relief shows a dynamic promise, which is more th...

The Hungarian neo-avant-garde relief artist unravels his enduring interest in the abstract possibili...



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