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Phillip K Smith III: ‘The earth and the sky are the things that bind us...

As he prepares to mount an illusionistic new installation in Milan, the American space and light art...

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Rie Nakajima: ‘What I am making is to be experienced through your body, ...

Japanese artist Rie Nakajima’s practice sees everyday objects turned into semi-autonomous mechanis...

Paul Brown: Process, Chance and Serendipity: Art That Makes Itself

These radical works by Paul Brown highlight the wonders of computer programming in the realm of art-...

Panorama Punjab

Committed to placing this marginalised sector of India in the light once again, film-maker Sarah Sin...

Picasso 1932: Love, Fame, Tragedy

Despite passages of naked voyeurism, the Tate’s blockbuster intoxicates with passion, power and th...

Robert Irwin

Irwin’s immersive installations, with their experimental approach to light and space lead the view...

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Philip Pearlstein: Paintings 1990 – 2017

Philip Pearlstein’s nudes are a triumph of draughtsmanship and the product of a lifetime of learni...

Peter Hill: ‘I have a love for the solitude of lighthouses at one extrem...

The artist talks about his creation of a fictional museum, his current lecture tour, Fake News + Sup...

Peter Doig

The Scottish painter’s latest works are as beautiful as ever, but exhibit a newfound looseness, pl...

Revoliutsiia! Demonstratsiia! Soviet Art Put to the Test

Revoliutsiia! Demonstratsiia! joins an effort by progressive cultural institutions to mark the cente...

Rose Wylie: Quack Quack

The octogenarian painter’s enormous, unpredictable canvases are by turns joyful and fearsome, intr...

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Renovated Bass Museum Reopens

After more than two years and a $12m makeover by architects David Gauld with Arata Isozaki, the Miam...

Pamela Schilderman: ‘I really wanted people to think about what it is th...

What makes a portrait? What defines a person’s identity? These are questions at the core of Schild...

Paula Rego: The Boy Who Loved the Sea and Other Stories

Consummate storyteller Paula Rego brings her cast of mermaids and misfits to a town that seems forge...

Reflections: Van Eyck and the Pre-Raphaelites

This wishy-washy exhibition is a lesson in tenuous connections...

Russian Revolution: A Contested Legacy

The exhibition is unique as a form of intergenerational and intercultural dialogue. It brings togeth...

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Pavel Brăila: 'Roots are the most important thing that we have’

After a summer of double Documentas, the Moldovan artist Pavel Brăila is now included in the second...

Rachel Whiteread Retrospective

In the most substantial survey of Rachel Whiteread’s work to date, the Tate looks back over 30 yea...

Portrait of the Artist: Käthe Kollwitz

Celebrated in her native Germany, Käthe Kollwitz, born 150 years ago this year, is sadly little kno...

Robert Longo: ‘I’m making artworks out of dust’

At his first solo exhibition in London, New York artist Robert Longo talks about charcoal, photograp...

Ross Birrell: ‘I saw a possible way to draw a relationship between art a...

Ross Birrell talks horses, endurance and taking risks in relation to two works for Documenta, his fi...

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Peter Halstead: ‘People should have their own personal adventure with sc...

Cathy and Peter Halstead talk about Tippet Rise Art Center, the remarkable music venue and sculpture...

Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919–1933

A portrait of a nation, of an era, and, at heart, of humanity, this dual exhibition of two key artis...

Raqib Shaw

A new show at the Whitworth Manchester combines Raqib Shaw’s paintings and sculptures with prints,...

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2017

The RA’s annual open submission exhibition presents a shifting ‘kaleidoscope’ of contemporary ...

Richard Smith: Work of Five Decades

This is the first posthumous exhibition of Richard Smith, who died last year, and whose work straddl...

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Rachel Maclean: Spite Your Face – Venice Biennale 2017

Rachel Maclean is representing Scotland at the Venice Biennale with her new film, a dark fairytale t...

Peter Dreher: ‘In my pictures I underline the act of seeing’

German artist Peter Dreher recounts the trauma of childhood under the Nazi regime, his autonomy from...

Ruth Maclennan: ‘I realised that global warming was happening, and asked...

Visual artist Ruth Maclennan talks about what art can do in the face of climate change, her films of...

Queer British Art 1861-1967

To mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of sex between men, Tate Britain’s c...



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