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Fausto Melotti

The exhibition of the Italian artist Fausto Melotti (1901-86) at Waddington Custot Galleries in Lond...

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Isa Genzken’s Objects: Life into Art

As we enter a large hall on the sixth floor of the Museum of Modern Art leading to Isa Genzken’s f...

Peter Howson in conversation

Peter Howson grew up in Glasgow in the 1960s and attended Glasgow School of Art from 1975 to 1979. I...

Mad, Bad and Sad: Women and the Mind Doctors

Mad Bad and Sad: A History of Women and the Mind Doctors From 1800 to the Present, the Freud Museum ...

Wael Shawky: Myths and Legend

Wael Shawky at the Serpentine presents the premier of the artist’s latest film Al Araba Al Madfuna...

Leonora Carrington: The Celtic Surrealist

This superb exhibition by the Irish Museum of Modern Art demonstrates how Carrington, with reference...

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Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2013

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2013 opened at the Institute of Contemporary Arts with the customary fa...

Laure Prouvost wins Turner Prize 2013

The French-born film and installation artist Laure Prouvost (born Croix-Lille, 1978) has won the 29t...

Jules de Balincourt: Itinerant Ones

Balincourt’s exhibition is titled - after one of the paintings in this show - Itinerant Ones....

Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2013

The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize is now in its 11th year, and is as popular as it has ...

Aquatopia: The Imaginary of the Ocean Deep

Aquatopia: The Imaginary of the Ocean Deep occupies all of the spectacular spaces at Tate St Ives, a...

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Dennis Oppenheim: Thought Collision Factories

The first thing that struck me as I walked into the main gallery area of the Henry Moore Institute i...

Body Language

There are some loud voices vying for attention in this colourful celebration of the human figure. Br...

Nostalgic for the Future

We are at the Lisson Gallery, London, to see the group exhibition Nostalgic for the Future, shown ea...

Magritte's Lonely Art

There are few things I find more disturbing than René Magritte’s paintings. Somber, eerie and mel...

‘Küssen Im Park’: The Serpentine Gallery Expands

On 28 September 2013, a new and separate space opened nearby the existing Serpentine Gallery in Kens...

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Heaven and Earth: Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections

Go to see it and experience what it feels like to be inside a halo: radiance untrammelled. I would n...

Crisis and Catharsis in Clay: an interview with Sana Musasama

Those who encounter Sana Musasama’s lovingly crafted wall sculptures in Body & Soul: New Internati...

Eileen Gray: Architect Designer Painter

One of the great strengths of Gray’s art, design and architecture was also her weakness; she defie...

Painting Now: Five Contemporary Artists

Including the works of both a Turner prize winner and a nominee, Painting Now brings together five c...

The Queens Museum, New York reopens

The Queens Museum has a new name and a new life. Formerly the Queens Museum of Art, it reopened its ...

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Interview with John Mellencamp

The celebrated rock musician John Mellencamp is also a painter of note, his work the subject of a su...

Klara Lidén: The Myth of Progress

Within the myriad forms of political art, it is possible to discern two primary strands. The first i...

Permission Granted Tania Bruguera’s Immigrant Movement International

In January 2008, the Cuban artist Tania Bruguera puzzled visitors to the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern...

Our voice as protagonist – a meeting with Tania Bruguera

The chatter of a roomful of museum workers turned to silence the minute Tania Bruguera walked into t...

Patricia Johanson: The World as a Work of Art

The landscape artist and architect Patricia Johanson (b1940) occupies a unique position in her chose...

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Art Turning Left: How Values Changed Making, 1789 - 2013

On a single floor of Tate Liverpool, 200 years of art influenced by the Left is exhibited: a big ide...

Daumier (1808-1879): Visions of Paris

In the opinion of the writer Charles Baudelaire, the nineteenth-century French caricaturist and pain...

Paul Klee: Making Visible

Paul Klee: Making Visible at Tate Modern is an outstanding exhibition of 130 works by one of the mas...

Masterpieces of Chinese Painting: 700-1900

The trouble with the Victoria and Albert Museum’s exhibition Chinese Masterpieces: 700-1900 is tha...



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