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Helsinki Biennial and Helsinki Design Week

For 2021, the inaugural Helsinki Biennial and Helsinki Design Week wore their hearts on their sleeve...

Phyllis Christopher – interview: ‘We had come out, people were dying, ...

The photographer talks about her coming of age in 1990s San Francisco, where, despite the Aids crisi...

Restitution: The Return of Cultural Artefacts – book review

As western nations increasingly give consideration to the repatriation of stolen artefacts, cultural...

Noguchi

Aiming to bring sculpture into people’s everyday lives, Noguchi mixed cultural traditions with mod...

Turi Simeti (1929-2021): A Homage

A tribute to Turi Simeti presents an encapsulated overview of a major figure of Italy’s postwar av...

Simone Fattal: Finding a Way

This is a staggering show, dominated by five unsettling figures, whose abstraction echoes the artist...

Christen Sveaas Art Foundation: This is the Night Mail selected by Ida Ekb...

Images of dramas, dreams and moonlit dinners await visitors at the Whitechapel Gallery, in an exhibi...

Adam Jeppesen – interview: ‘I embrace imperfection’

Danish artist Adam Jeppesen talks about why he left documentary-making to make art, the project that...

Gijs Van Vaerenbergh – interview: ‘We are always experimenting with th...

The architecturally trained duo Arnout Van Vaerenbergh and Pieterjan Gijs talk about their collabora...

Ibrahim Mahama: Lazarus

Through sculptures, installations and film, Ghanaian artist Ibrahim Mahama repurposes objects from c...

Jasper Johns: Mind/Mirror

Last of the last, with Baldessari gone, of the great philosopher-artists, Jasper Johns is taking a t...

Mit Jai Inn: Dreamworld

Suffused with Buddhist philosophy overlaid with political overtones, the extraordinary works of this...

The Story of the Country House: A History of Places and People – book re...

From a medieval manor house to a modern-day folly, Clive Aslet whisks us through time and place on a...

Annie Morris – interview: ‘All my work revolves around experiences I...

Morris, who has three new shows, at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Frieze Sculpture and Timothy Taylor in...

Marina Abramović: Seven Deaths

Marina Abramović channels her passion for Maria Callas into a film in which she reinterprets seven ...

Summer Exhibition 2021

Yinka Shonibare has transformed this annual event into a paean to diversity, bringing work from the ...

Peter Freeth: 40 Years of Aquatints

Peter Freeth’s atmospheric etchings speak of mortality and human frailty with a poignant nod to th...

Tal R by Martin Herbert – book review

This book is essential reading for all lovers of painting and contemporary art and culture, shedding...

Adam Farah: What I’ve Learned from You and Myself (Peak Momentations/Ins...

Farah creates a shrine to Mariah Carey in a coming-of-age journey and a sensory world of nostalgia a...

Alastair Gordon – interview: ‘For me, painting and faith are very much...

Alastair Gordon talks about the impact lockdown had on his recent paintings, now on show at Aleph Co...

British Ceramics Biennial 2021

Set in the heart of Britain’s former ceramic manufacturing centre, this inspiring show provides an...

Yoan Capote – interview: ‘When a Cuban looks at the sea, he remembers ...

The artist talks about his new series of large-scale paintings, Requiem, and how his work is influen...

The Armory Show 2021

Defying the pandemic and housed in a radiant new show space, New York’s preeminent art fair belied...

Hans Op de Beeck – interview: ‘It’s about suspension of disbelief an...

The artist talks about art-making as catharsis and why, for him, it is all about the creation of vis...

Doron Langberg – interview: ‘There's this rush of empathy and emotion...

As his first London gallery show opens, Doron Langberg, the Brooklyn-based artist, talks intimacy, i...

The Lost Leonardo – film review

Directed by Andreas Koefoed, this riveting documentary about the controversial Salvator Mundi, the m...

Graham Little – interview: ‘Smallness feels natural to me’

Ahead of his new exhibition at Alison Jacques Gallery, Scottish painter Graham Little talks about th...

The Renaissance Cities: Art in Florence, Rome and Venice by Norbert Wolf ...

Well-researched, accessible and bringing new insights to the works of the period, this is not a book...

Matthew Krishanu – interview: ‘I want my paintings to exist somewhere ...

Matthew Krishanu, whose figurative paintings explore childhood, religion, colonialism and empire, ta...

Tokyo: Art and Photography

A dizzying array of 400 years of artworks from the capital is testimony to the ability of the Japane...

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