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Charles I: King and Collector

The Royal Academy of Arts celebrates its 250th year with a collection of riches fit for a king – a...

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A New Era: Scottish Modern Art, 1900-1950

At a time when the UK’s relationship with the rest of Europe is at stake, this exhibition of the a...

Art Now: Marguerite Humeau: Echoes

French-born artist Marguerite Humeau resurrects an eerie voice from the ancient past at Tate Britain...

Threesome and 3X3

Curator Anna McNay has put together two exhibitions – Threesome, a collaboration between three fem...

The Land We Live In – The Land We Left Behind

With an extraordinary diversity of work, from medieval Korean ceramics to cutting-edge conceptual ar...

Lumiere London 2018

Featuring works by 50 artists and digital / lighting studios and producers, this feast of light and ...

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Cézanne Portraits

A deep humanity surfaces in this outstanding exhibition of more than 50 of Cézanne’s portraits...

A History of Drawing

The inaugural exhibition at the Camberwell College of Arts’ new space is a sensitive, nuanced look...

What Absence Is Made Of

This exhibition brings together more than 70 works from the Hirshhorn’s collection in an attempt t...

Tabita Rezaire: ‘Reclamation allowed me to glow into my blackness, woman...

The artist talks about ‘decolonial healing’, her response to cyber-racism and the distorted repr...

Edmund Clark: ‘The intervention, the control, the censorship is part of ...

Edmund Clark discusses his recent residency at the UK’s only wholly therapeutic prison, HMP Grendo...

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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...

Anne de Boer & ecksenis.net: System Attempt Contact

System Attempt Contact critiques the way today’s tech multinationals transcend the borders between...

Charles II: Art and Power

The Royal Collection’s exploration of the Merrie Monarch is a historical exhibition par excellence...

Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture (UABB) 2017: Cities, Grow in Dif...

This biennale is determined to take account of residents, focusing on micro-housing and smaller resi...

Torbjørn Rødland: Back in Touch

Secrets lurk in Rødland’s photographs, but in chasing the thrill of the secret, his images fall s...

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John Piper

A lopsided retrospective reveals an artist who thrived best when he was commissioned or working in c...

Sriwhana Spong: a hook but no fish

Spong explores the invented language of Hildegard von Bingen, a 12th-century mystic. Over the Pump H...

Bharti Kher: ‘In the way a kitchen has many different things cooking at ...

Kher talks about the difficulty of being identified as an ‘Indian’ artist, being a procrastinato...

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...

Solidary & Solitary: The Joyner/Giuffrida Collection

A museum committed to the art of the American South presents an exhibition that highlights the contr...

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Peter Doig

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

Sofia Stevi: Turning forty winks into a decade

Greek artist Sofia Stevi’s paintings ooze confidence, sensuality and an improvisational spontaneit...

From Life

This exhibition sets out to explore the significance of life drawing and the life class in art pract...

Latif Al Ani: ‘I was documenting for the sake of archiving. I never thou...

The Iraqi photographer considers his photographic preservation of a long-vanished Iraq, his preoccup...

Ania Dabrowska: ‘By the retelling of archival stories we have the power ...

Ania Dabrowska (b1973) is a Polish-born artist now living in London. She works with photography, mov...

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From Ear to Ear to Eye: Sounds and Stories From Across the Arab World

This powerful show fuses art and music in an attempt to open ears and eyes to life in the Arab world...

Louvre Abu Dhabi, designed by Jean Nouvel

Jean Nouvel has conceived a masterful new structure for the Louvre Abu Dhabi, at once utterly modern...

Cybernetic Serendipity 50th Anniversary

The Studio International special issue Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts was first p...

Museum Gift of the Year: The Tibetan Buddhist Shrine

As 2017 Museum Gift of the Year, Studio International has chosen the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine, a magn...



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