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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...

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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...

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...

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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...

Prabhavathi Meppayil

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

Rik Wouters: A Retrospective

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

Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932

The fascinating and expansive exhibition provides an intriguing and rare insight into the dialogue b...

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Richard Wilson: Stealing Space

‘I’m just making the unknown real,’ says Wilson, about his new exhibition, Stealing Space at A...

Rezi van Lankveld: ‘I pour paint to make a “happening” in the painti...

The Dutch painter explains how her attitude to painting has changed and talks about her recent paint...

Painters’ Painters

There is a quiet revolution happening in paint. But, paradoxically, Painters’ Painters seems out t...

Paul de Monchaux: Ten Columns

In only his second solo show, the 82-year-old artist explores the potential of the column as a site ...

Peggy Franck: With no hands. Like a sea

For her first exhibition at Arcade gallery in London, Peggy Franck has installed her paintings, phot...

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Robert Rauschenberg

This exhibition, the first full-scale retrospective of Rauschenberg’s work since his death in 2008...

Roman Ondák: The Source of Art is in the Life of a People

In a show lasting 100 days and symbolising 100 years, the celebrated conceptual artist Roman Ondák ...

Roger Hiorns: ‘It isn’t enough to put an artwork in the world. You hav...

Roger Hiorns explains his methods of exploration and excavation, and why he believes art is not so m...

Pat Steir

This dramatic selection of the American artist’s painting from 1990-2011 marks her first London sh...

Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec: Rêveries Urbaines

Dreaming of new ways to connect humans to cities, the Paris-based brothers have sidestepped architec...

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Peter Wächtler: ‘It’s a strange mixture of respect, and total disresp...

The Berlin and Brussels-based artist discusses the benefits of repetition, grappling with tradition,...

Piotr Lakomy: Room Temperature

For his latest instalment at the south London gallery The Sunday Painter, the Polish artist poses qu...

Paul Feiler

Examples of the signature works that occupied Feiler from the 1970s are on show at the Jessica Carli...

Picasso Portraits

Picasso’s life and art were shaped by friends, family and lovers, and as this exhibition demonstra...

Peter Liversidge: ‘My work is solely about engagement’

The artist talks about the significance of his “proposals”, and discusses his recent project at ...

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Rashid Johnson: Fly Away

This is Johnson at his best. Mirrors, branded wood, black soap, shea butter, cut-up photography – ...

Robert Mapplethorpe: Objects

An enlightening and enriching insight into the juvenilia of the controversial photographer, showing ...

Peter Cain

This retrospective exhibition displays Cain’s huge, forensic paintings of cars, strangely truncate...

Paul Carter: ‘There’s an invitation that only takes you so far’

Entering the gallery, visitors enter a new world – a liminal space, with an empty lift, piss-stain...



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