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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...

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Hans Hansen: Still Life

This survey of six decades of the work of German photographer Hans Hansen, perhaps best known for hi...

Harold Cohen: ‘I was probably the only person who considered the compute...

Pioneer of computer art Harold Cohen died last year at the age of 87. In 2015, in one of the last in...

Hélio Oiticica: To Organize Delirium

This inspiring retrospective at the Whitney captures the sensuous resonance of Brazilian artist Hél...

Guy Yanai: ‘Every work that leaves my studio is part of an inexhaustible...

The Israeli artist Guy Yanai explains the stories behind the bold, colourful oil paintings in Speak,...

Damien Hirst: Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable

The YBA’s watery comeback dazzles with its extravagance, but the audacity of Hirst’s exhibition ...

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Delving into coding: the art of Harold Cohen

Harold Cohen, who developed Aaron, one of the first and most complex software programs for computer-...

Hanne Darboven: Korrespondenzen

An exhibition in Berlin uses a collection of correspondence to place the great German conceptualist ...

Matisse in the Studio

This exhibition tells the story of Matisse’s collecting habits, but fails to conjure up the joy of...

Clare Woods: Victim of Geography

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

Bill Viola Retrospective

Bill Viola’s strength is in using the video camera to get under the viewer’s skin, peeling away ...

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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 ...

Stephen Chambers: The Court of Redonda – Venice Biennale 2017

UK artist Stephen Chambers talks about looking for the extraordinary within the ordinary, about the ...

Marlie Mul: ‘It’s not a refusal. It’s that, basically, nothing was p...

Until the end of October this year, there will be no exhibition in Gallery 1 of Glasgow’s Gallery ...

Andrew Rogers: I AM–ENERGY

Among Expo 2017’s vast complex of pavilions stands Andrew Rogers’ I AM–ENERGY. A sculptural fe...

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 ...

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Vic McEwan: ‘I played a paddle-steamer to an audience of 1,000 and used ...

The artist Vic McEwan talks about his project on the swan hoppers of the Murrumbidgee river in Austr...

Dreamers Awake

Filled with dark eroticism and witty visual puns, Dreamers Awake is a sprawling survey that explores...

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power

This is an exhibition of tragedy, celebration and defiance at a time of change and violence in the U...

Maggie’s Centre for cancer care, Oldham

An enchanting matchbox on stilts, with a garden below and a tree at its centre, there is poetry, sym...

Jesse Jones: Tremble Tremble – Venice Biennale 2017

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

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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...

Alexandra Dementieva: ‘All art is an interactive game. I am offering the...

Don’t come to Alexandra Dementieva’s exhibition with the hope of being a passive spectator. As s...

Raqib Shaw

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

Evgenia Arbugaeva: ‘I’m always making up stories and believing in magi...

Russian photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva spins gold from the light of desolate places, finding beauty ...

Afruz Amighi: ‘I wanted to make a procession of characters that embodied...

In No More Disguise, Afruz Amighi’s first show of drawings, the New York-based artist discusses th...

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Esther Rolinson: ‘Light has an immediacy. We are literally woken up by i...

The multimedia artist Esther Rolinson talks about her exhibition Gravitate at Watermans Art Centre, ...

Ida Applebroog: Mercy Hospital

These drawings from the forgotten sketchbooks of the well-known feminist artist Ida Applebroog offer...

Willow Hai: ‘The jade burial suit is the single most important object in...

The director of the China Institute in New York talks about its current show, Dreams of the Kings, a...

Tom Burr: Surplus of Myself

Running parallel to Münster’s Skulptur Projekte, notions of private and public are unsettled in t...



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