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Grayson Perry: The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!

This exhibition delivers everything you would expect from the colourful Perry, but it is also a remi...

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Into the Unknown: A Journey through Science Fiction

As we see from the Barbican’s science fiction exhibition, the genre has consistently looked to the...

Hokusai: Beyond the Great Wave

This exhibition brings to life the story of the Japanese artist Hokusai’s later, and arguably grea...

Geta Brătescu: The Studio – A Tireless, Ongoing Space

Camden Arts Centre’s exhibition provides an overview of Brătescu’s artistic career and includin...

Greg Campbell: ‘I’d like people to get to know my friend a little thro...

Campbell talks about his film Hondros, which premiered at the year’s Tribeca Film Festival, and ab...

Georgia Horgan: ‘Confident, working women were a threat to the social or...

The artist talks about her recent exhibition, All Whores are Jacobites, and how she became intrigued...

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Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti’s scrawny figures pulse with kinetic energy. This new retrospective at Tate Mod...

Heywood and Condie: Head Land

Tony Heywood and Alison Condie’s ode to Hastings attempts to combine psychedelic sculpture with pl...

Ipek Duben: ‘I’m suggesting, with this project, that we should stop to...

The Turkish artist discusses her work THEY/ONLAR, a multiscreen video installation previously seen a...

Gillian Wearing and Claude Cahun: Behind the Mask, Another Mask

Defying history, this exhibition reveals crucial parallels between the surrealist Cahun and contempo...

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

The Australian artist’s new exhibition at the ICA in London re-examines Britain’s colonial relat...

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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...

Hello, Robot: Design Between Human and Machine

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

Gluck and Modern British Women

During her lifetime, Hannah Gluckstein (Gluck) refused to show in group exhibitions. The Fine Art So...

House Work

The house and its potential as a home, a prison, a marker in one’s life, is fertile territory and ...

Hedy Ritterman: ‘My motivation was to confront mortality, identity and l...

Ritterman talks about how her current exhibition, which includes more than 700 of her late husband...

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Gerasimos Floratos: Big Town

Gerasimos Floratos’s expressive paintings combine shapes and colour from his daily life in New Yor...

Hugo McCloud: ‘I respect the beauty in the things that are overlooked’

The emerging artist Hugo McCloud, whose layered abstract paintings concentrate on process and materi...

George Ridgway: interview

George Ridgway graduated last year from the Glasgow School of Art. His work traverses painting and i...

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...

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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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...

Helaine Blumenfeld: ‘Beauty has no real meaning any more’

The sculptor talks about her ideas of beauty and pain, and how she learned to express these through ...

Giuseppe Penone: Fui, Sarò, Non Sono

Although he may not initially seem to possess the radicalism of his arte povera contemporaries, the ...

Image Music Text: Andrew Gillespie, Andrew Lacon, Joanne Masding

Nathaniel Pitt explains that he looked to the processes of artists, instead of the subjects of their...

Inside: Artists and Writers in Reading Prison

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

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

The artist talks about how the digital revolution has influenced her work, the roles of text and hum...

History Machines by Donovan & Siegel

Toronto-based artist couple Matt Donavan and Hallie Siegel explore the history of changes in communi...

Georgia O’Keeffe

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

Geoffrey Rigden 1943-2016

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



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