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Frank Quitely: The Art of Comics

The Glaswegian comic-book superstar Frank Quitely is celebrated in this new exhibition of his famous...

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Florian Hecker: Synopsis

Florian Hecker manipulates digital sound and our perception of it in this installation commissioned ...

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...

Lee Lozano: c 1962

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

Nathaniel Mellors and Erkka Nissinen: The Aalto Natives – Venice Biennal...

Mellors and Nissinen represent Finland at this year’s Venice Biennale. They discuss handmade puppe...

Joyce Pensato: FORGETTABOUT IT

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

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Geta Brătescu: The Studio – A Tireless, Ongoing Space

Camden Arts Centre’s exhibition provides an overview of Geta Brătescu’s artistic career and inc...

Greg Campbell: ‘I’d like people to get to know my friend a little thro...

Greg Campbell talks about his film Hondros, which premiered at the year’s Tribeca Film Festival, a...

Elger Esser: ‘Beauty is not important; it’s a logical result in my opi...

After his recent solo exhibition at Parasol Unit in London, Elger Esser talks about the relationship...

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

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

Georgia Horgan: ‘Confident, working women were a threat to the social or...

Georgia Horgan talks about her recent exhibition, All Whores are Jacobites, and how she became intri...

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Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti’s scrawny figures pulse with kinetic energy. This new retrospective at Tate Mod...

Art in Art

The exhibition captures the ingenuity and playfulness involved in critical perception, with more tha...

Mithu Sen: ‘I constantly change my mediums so the market will not be abl...

Indian artist Mithu Sen has a quicksilver practice that is difficult to categorise or maintain as a ...

Becky Suss: ‘Putting domestic spaces into the gallery says something abo...

In her exhibition Homemaker at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York, Philadelphia-based artist Beck...

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...

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NS Harsha: Charming Journey

Indian artist NS Harsha explains some of the works on show at this retrospective, and why, despite o...

Zoë Paul: La Perma-Perla Kraal Emporium

‘We need to have a connection to the place we live in. It’s an extension of ourselves and it’s...

Frieze New York 2017

The fair’s extensive list of programmes and projects, including a symposium on Latin American art,...

Cornelia Parker

The new works of the often-brilliant Cornelia Parker act as a cautionary tale for artists who rush t...

Tracey Emin and William Blake in Focus

While the similarities between the work of Tracey Emin and William Blake are tenuous, the latest ins...

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Berlin Gallery Weekend 2017

The biggest week of the year for Berlin’s contemporary art scene saw the opening of dozens of exhi...

Frances Stark: ‘I am desperately trying to connect outside of the art wo...

Frances Stark, the Los Angeles-based interdisciplinary artist and writer, talks about her first oper...

Oliver Griffin: ‘The very act of photography makes something interesting...

Oliver Griffin talks about drinking White Russians, his BMX bike, which he has named Susan, taking p...

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...

Joan Eardley: A Sense of Place

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

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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...

Nathalie Djurberg & Hans Berg: Who am I to Judge, or, It Must be Something...

Lust, sexual desire, sin and guilt are explored in a series of short claymation films supported by a...

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...

Art Brussels 2017

This 35th annual incarnation of Art Brussels was taglined ‘From Discovery to Rediscovery’. Here ...



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