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After White: Michaela Zimmer and Peter Welz

Weaving a path in and out of Peter Welz’s awkward steel architectural intervention, the viewer com...

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Andreas Gursky

This first major UK retrospective of German photographer Andreas Gursky, at the newly renovated Hayw...

Charles I: King and Collector

The Royal Academy of Arts celebrates its 250th year with a collection of riches fit for a king – a...

A New Era: Scottish Modern Art, 1900-1950

At a time when the UK’s relationship with the rest of Europe is at stake, this exhibition of the a...

Art Now: Marguerite Humeau: Echoes

French-born artist Marguerite Humeau resurrects an eerie voice from the ancient past at Tate Britain...

Cézanne Portraits

A deep humanity surfaces in this outstanding exhibition of more than 50 of Cézanne’s portraits...

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A History of Drawing

The inaugural exhibition at the Camberwell College of Arts’ new space is a sensitive, nuanced look...

Anne de Boer & ecksenis.net: System Attempt Contact

System Attempt Contact critiques the way today’s tech multinationals transcend the borders between...

Charles II: Art and Power

The Royal Collection’s exploration of the Merrie Monarch is a historical exhibition par excellence...

Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (UABB) 2017: Cities, Grow in Dif...

This biennale is determined to take account of residents, focusing on micro-housing and smaller resi...

Bharti Kher: ‘In the way a kitchen has many different things cooking at ...

Kher talks about the difficulty of being identified as an ‘Indian’ artist, being a procrastinato...

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Ania Dabrowska: ‘By the retelling of archival stories we have the power ...

Ania Dabrowska (b1973) is a Polish-born artist now living in London. She works with photography, mov...

Cybernetic Serendipity 50th Anniversary

The Studio International special issue Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts was first p...

Art Basel Miami Beach 2017

It was all systems go – quality art, media buzz, more space, more work – but with a lower attend...

Carolee Schneemann: Kinetic Painting

This is a rich and expansive retrospective of Schneemann’s work over the past six decades...

Carmen Herrera

Herrera’s abstract, geometric paintings pulse with life in this solo show. She was discovered late...

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Arthur Watson: ‘Central to the organisation of the show was that work wo...

The president of the Royal Scottish Academy discusses Ages of Wonder: Scotland’s Art 1540 to Now, ...

Antony Gormley: ‘Looking back at the paths you have taken is a really im...

The artist talks about collaborating on a major new book about his career, the evolution of his work...

Abstract Expressionism: Looking East from the Far West

This exhibition considers abstract expressionism through its Asian-American practitioners, with a fo...

Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes

A superlative exhibition at the Hepworth Wakefield unpacks the fleshly and sticky oeuvre of forgotte...

Anni Albers: Touching Vision

Remaining committed to the Bauhaus ideals of uniting art and design as one field of form-production,...

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Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World

The curatorial mission, to showcase the influence on artists and their practice of two distinct mome...

Alex Katz: ‘Ultimately, content is not important. The style is what is i...

As his student subway drawings go on show alongside recent paintings and sculptures at Timothy Taylo...

Cai Guo-Qiang: Fireflies

Philadelphia’s most illustrious thoroughfare celebrated its 100th anniversary with a spectacular a...

Basquiat: Boom for Real

A revelatory exhibition at the Barbican liberates Jean-Michel Basquiat from his mythos and allows hi...

Chris Alton: ‘By bringing different artists together, there is the possi...

Curator and artist Chris Alton talks about his latest venture, You’re Surrounded By Me, which weav...

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Breathing Colour by Hella Jongerius

This brilliant show from Dutch industrial designer Jongerius aims to ‘tickle the eyes of the viewe...

Alma-Tadema: At Home in Antiquity

A capacious retrospective of the long-neglected Victorian academician uncovers a master of the sensu...

A Perfect Chemistry: Photographs by Hill and Adamson

A celebration of collaboration, friendship and innovative spirit, A Perfect Chemistry illuminates th...

Clare Woods: Victim of Geography

For her first solo exhibition in Scotland, the renowned British artist Clare Woods presents 11 strik...



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