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Frieze Art Fair 2015

Frieze London 2015 reveals buyers’ anxieties, a swell in the Asian market and an increased focus o...

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Goya: The Portraits

Put aside notions of the tormented artist plagued by demons and haunted by nightmarish visions and m...

Ciara Phillips: British Art Show 8

Ciara Phillips – one of last year’s Turner Prize nominees – is a Glasgow-based Canadian artist...

Jordan Casteel: ‘My perspective is one full of empathy and love’

In her second solo exhibition, the American painter offers a new series of portraits that seeks to r...

Derek Boshier: ‘I think I’ve turned from pop artist to popularist’

The artist rails against technology and right-wing newspapers, tells of his aspirations to create an...

British Art Show 8

Now in its eighth year, the British Art Show is the largest and most ambitious touring exhibition of...

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Drawing in Silver and Gold: Leonardo to Jasper Johns

This, the first show ever devoted to metalpoint, includes works by some of the greatest artists and ...

Sculpture in the City 2015

Now in its fifth year, the public art exhibition Sculpture in the City is showing 14 works by contem...

Stella Ioannou: interview

Now in its fifth year, the public art exhibition Sculpture in the City shows contemporary art pieces...

John Hoyland: Power Stations: Paintings 1964-1982

Damien Hirst’s impressive new gallery opens with a sensitively curated show of one of Britain’s ...

Eileen Hogan: ‘I find out what really matters to me through working from...

The artist talks about being taught to draw in two very different ways by Euan Uglow and Frank Auerb...

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What Do I Need to do to Make It OK?

Curator Liz Cooper discusses this exhibition at London’s Pumphouse Gallery, which investigates rep...

The Fabric of India

Every square inch of fabric in this exhibition has a story to tell, from a sweat-stained talismanic ...

The World Goes Pop

In Tate Modern’s latest exhibition, curators Jessica Morgan and Flavia Frigeri make an ambitious a...

Matthew Darbyshire: ‘If I can’t get hold of what I want, I’ll fake i...

The artist talks about design and consumer culture, the role of colour as a democratiser, the need t...

Yayoi Kusama: In Infinity

Once dubbed ‘the High Priestess of Polka Dots, pioneer of naked happenings … smashing to smither...

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The Power of Pictures: Early Soviet Photography, Early Soviet Film

This exhibition, which presents many canonical works from 1920s and 30s Russia from public and priva...

Phyllida Barlow: Set

Barlow’s art is genuinely challenging. The stacks of timber and cemented detritus spattered with p...

Shona Illingworth: ‘Art practice is deeply important in a changing world...

The Danish-born artist Shona Illingworth, whose video and sound installations explore the mystery of...

Antony Donaldson: ‘Painting is a singular thing’

The artist talks about home visits from his tutors when he was at the Slade in the 1950s, being infl...

Broad and Broader

Eli and Edythe’s brilliantly realised dream of a palace for their art joins a developer’s brief ...

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Celts: Art and Identity

The identity of the Celts might be as evasive as a will-o'-the-wisp, but as this wonderful exhibitio...

Carl Plackman: Obscure Territories

Carl Plackman rarely discussed his work, which, spanning sculpture, drawing and installation, refuse...

Anj Smith: ‘The figure is a device on which to hang my concerns’

The artist talks about the collapsing of genres, her desire to portray identity post gender and pain...

Jennifer Rubell: Not Alone

American artist Jennifer Rubell explores motherhood through a series of participatory works. Looking...

YARAT: The Union of Fire and Water – Venice Biennale 2015

The Union of Fire and Water presents a historical and cultural superimposition of Baku and Venice as...

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Tamar Ettun: ‘I am using the structure of a religious practice as a fold...

The young Israeli-American sculptor talks about her Orthodox background, her beginnings in art, inte...

Anita Glesta: ‘I would like this work to be a vehicle of communication ...

The artist talks about the motivation behind her brightly coloured projection of frenzied fish on to...

The Gap: Selected Abstract Art from Belgium

This group exhibition – curated by artist Luc Tuymans – brings together more than 40 works by 15...

Going Public: International Art Collectors in Sheffield

In a project looking at how philanthropic giving to arts and culture can become a social norm in eve...



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