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Julián Zugazagoitia: ‘Museums should generate interest and open a door ...

Since 2010, when Zugazagoitia joined the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, visitor numbers have soared. N...

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Julian Lethbridge: Inside Out

The 13 new paintings by Julian Lethbridge, now on show in Berlin, are works of virtuosity and dedica...

Lluís Lleó: ‘It was important to me that the sandstone came from Spain...

Lluís Lleó talks about how, for his recent installation on Park Avenue, New York, he was inspired ...

Laura Youngson Coll: ‘The real catharsis was in the making process, beca...

Expanding on her fascination with the world of nature and natural sciences, Laura Youngson Coll has ...

Jesse Jones: Tremble Tremble – Venice Biennale 2017

Gender inequality was one of many human rights issues that artists wrestled with at the 57th Venice ...

Learning from Athens: Documenta 14 (Part two, Kassel)

Returned to its traditional home in central Germany, Documenta 14 abounds with intelligent, well-cur...

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Jodie Carey: ‘I like my works to be imbued with a silence and a stillnes...

Jodie Carey talks about her developing practice, the impact of motherhood, her concerns with mortali...

La Seine Musicale, Paris

Shigeru Ban has landed an ocean liner of a music venue at Paris’s westernmost edge. With two audit...

Jay Heikes: ‘I've always loved the reminder that the natural world has t...

Minneapolis-based artist Jay Heikes discusses his experimental approach to materials, the significan...

Joseph Kosuth: ‘I was always interested in the limits of language and th...

On the occasion of his curated installation at Mazzoleni, Joseph Kosuth, the pioneer of conceptual a...

Jenny Crompton: ‘I enjoy sitting in the work for hours. It becomes a med...

Australian artist Jenny Crompton explains how she made her installation Sea Country Spirits, and tal...

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Lee Lozano: c 1962

Merging human organs and household objects, Lee Lozano’s early miniatures are erotic and unsettlin...

Joyce Pensato: FORGETTABOUT IT

Batman, Donald Duck and Disney-style mice all loom large in US artist Joyce Pensato’s second exhib...

Learning from Athens: Documenta 14 (Part one, Athens)

Despite multiple curatorial concepts, the first part of Documenta 14 is dominated by the decision to...

Joan Eardley: A Sense of Place

During her tragically short career, Joan Eardley concentrated on two contrasting areas of Scotland, ...

James Bridle: ‘There is a huge demand to humanise the technological view...

James Bridle talks about his current show at the Nome Gallery, Berlin, which centres around the self...

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Lascaux IV: International Centre for Cave Art

With Lascaux IV, which contains a state-of-the-art simulation that brings to life the famous Lascaux...

John Latham: A World View and Speak: Tania Bruguera, Douglas Gordon, Laure...

Two concurrent exhibitions present a selective view of the career of renowned conceptualist John Lat...

Linda Kitson: [Mine is] ‘a reactive sort of work – it’s a reaction t...

Linda Kitson talks about the works in Drawings and Projects, her current exhibition at House of Illu...

Lygia Pape: A Multitude of Forms

The exhibition gives an insight into the development of modernism in Brazil, a country to which it w...

James Capper: the making of Six Step

We visited James Capper over the course of four months, first filming him in his London studio where...

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Jean Painlevé

This is the first UK solo show for fascinating artist Jean Painlevé, who chronicled key moments in ...

Laura Oldfield Ford: ‘I map ruptures, such as the London riots’

Oldfield Ford spends a lot of time walking through the capital’s streets and, from the fanzine she...

John Baldessari: Miró and Life in General

As he continues his late-career conversation with art history, the archetypical Californian conceptu...

Jamie Crewe: Female Executioner

Seeking ancestry in a controversial and pornographic 19th-century French novel, this queer, transfem...

Linda Stupart: ‘I’m interested in thinking about a world without men’

The writer, sculptor and performance artist talks about the power of crystals, witchcraft and using ...

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Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

Taking over two floors of the Met Breuer, this stunning career retrospective insinuates the African ...

Kong Ning: ‘Being a witness mentally scarred me’

Multidisciplinary artist and environmental activist Kong Ning is based in Beijing. Born in Heilongji...

Kate Fahey: interview

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

John Currin

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



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