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Amelie von Wulffen: The Misjudged Bimpfi

For her first solo exhibition in the UK, Amelie von Wulffen deals with themes of guilt, marginalisat...

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Saad Qureshi: ‘You can’t really pick your medium. Your medium picks yo...

Saad Qureshi talks about his seduction by charcoal, his fear of being exposed, and his creation of m...

A Painter’s Doubt

In order to understand contemporary painting, curator Séamus Kealy presents the work of nine Europe...

The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945

Featuring more than 40 architects, this exhibition traces 70 years of small-scale innovation to cele...

Oliver Beer: ‘We are very fortunate to live in a time when there is comp...

Oliver Beer uses sound, film and sculpture to explore the physical properties and emotional value of...

Whitney Biennial 2017

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

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Prabhavathi Meppayil

The Indian artist, brought up in a family of goldsmiths, adapts age-old techniques to make work that...

Helen Johnson: ‘I wanted to resist presenting some sort of unified image...

Australian artist Helen Johnson’s new exhibition at the ICA in London re-examines Britain’s colo...

Michelangelo and Sebastiano

This fascinating exhibition tells the story of two Renaissance greats and their unlikely collaborati...

Tony Oursler: Imponderable

This fascinating exhibition brings together some of the artist’s vast archive of ephemera concerni...

Adrienne Elise Tarver: ‘I think about intrusion and the transition from ...

Adrienne Elise Tarver talks about issues of voyeurism, privacy and identity, and her interest in per...

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Rik Wouters: A Retrospective

More than 200 works mark the largest monographic exhibition to date devoted to the Belgian modernist...

Tuneu: Hexacordo

This solo exhibition, which celebrates Tuneu’s 50 years as an artist, brings together his most rec...

Colour is

This group exhibition, including work by Josef Albers, David Annesley, Anthony Caro and Hélio Oitic...

İ Ata Doğruel: ‘I want to destroy the limits between life and art’

Pushing his physical and mental boundaries to the limit, Doğruel seeks to make performances from hi...

Serge Attukwei Clottey: ‘My body is part of my work’s mystery’

Using his body as an object, Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey works with international media ...

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The American Dream: Pop to the Present

This exhibition pops and sparks, but ultimately goes out with a disappointing fizzle, leaving us to ...

MOA Museum of Art: Grand Reopening Exhibition

The museum reopens its doors after a renovation by artist Hiroshi Sugimoto that combines modern tech...

Anna Freeman Bentley: ‘The work is successful when there’s a question ...

Freeman Bentley’s paintings are visual and psychosocial mazes that tease layers of meaning from ar...

Hello, Robot: Design Between Human and Machine

This exhibition is a provocative, disturbing, poignant and ultimately telling exploration of the imp...

Edward Krasiński

As mercurial as this master of the Polish avant-garde might seem, a career-wide survey revealed some...

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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...

Deimantas Narkevičius: 20 July 2015

In the Lithuanian artist’s latest exhibition, contrasting public reaction to the dismantling of co...

Armory Show 2017

Manhattan’s storied art fair pushed back against a softening art market with strong work, mid-rang...

Chto Delat: ‘Before you can recognise the light, you have to recognise t...

Dmitry Vilensky and Olga Egorova of the Russian collective Chto Delat talk about their latest exhibi...

All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace

In the 1960s, technological machines were seen as benign helpers or megalomaniac monsters. Fifty yea...

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Mahmoud Bakhshi: ‘I was focusing on the people who died, and on an artis...

Turning the gallery at narrative projects, London, into a 1970s cinema, Bakhshi places his audience ...

America After the Fall: Painting in the 1930s

This is a fabulously varied exhibition with a sting in the tail. The times, they were a changin', bu...

The photographic works of Kishin Shinoyama: Picture Power

The Japanese photographer, famous for his portraits of celebrities and nudes, has selected about 120...

Alexei Jawlensky

Jawlensky’s art may be considered a life-long meditation on the process of change in his personal ...



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