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Rachel Kneebone – interview: ‘My work is concerned with our visceral l...

Sculptor Rachel Kneebone talks about her forthcoming exhibition at Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the ...

Sutapa Biswas – interview: ‘I felt questioning established systems of ...

Sutapa Biswas talks about her lifelong quest to decolonialise British art history, and about her two...

Ellen Gallagher: Ecstatic Draught of Fishes

Gallagher takes the viewer down into her watery world, where mythology, history and nature collide, ...

Chantal Joffe: Story

Chantal Joffe’s tender paintings of herself and her siblings with their mother evoke memories of f...

Adrian Berg – book review

Marco Livingstone’s lavish book is a tribute to one of Britain’s finest landscape painters and i...

Jean David Nkot – interview: ‘I want to show that even if every day is...

The artist talks about the development of his practice, and how he uses three distinct layers to add...

Exhibition Cuttings, curated by Mathieu Copeland

Copeland challenges the usual perceptions of what an exhibition should be. Here he explores the idea...

Thomas Becket: Murder and the Making of a Saint

The British Museum tells the story Thomas Becket’s brutal murder and the cult of devotion his deat...

Yu Ji: Wasted Mud

The Chinese artist Yu Ji has salvaged construction debris from east London and Shanghai to create a ...

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser

The V&A throws film, photography, prints, fashion, art and crockery into the mix to bring the origin...

Tony Cragg at Houghton

Tony Cragg’s alien sculptures land at Houghton Hall in Norfolk...

Veronica Ryan: Along a Spectrum

After a residency prolonged by the pandemic, Veronica Ryan delivers a profound and playful selection...

Enough Is Definitely Enough – book review

As this captivating book shows, when Andrew Bracey asked 62 contemporary artists for their interpret...

Charlotte Keates – interview: ‘I want my paintings to feel more like d...

Charlotte Keates talks about her series of paintings in the group show Just What Is It …?, at Cris...

Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy

A packed retrospective of the surrealist fellow-traveller spirals off in all sort of directions, off...

Jean Dubuffet: Brutal Beauty

Dubuffet’s curiosity and playfulness with serious and complex ideas shines through in this show, w...

El Anatsui: Art and Life – book review

Susan Mullin is both an expert on and a friend to the Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui. This second edit...

Tahnee Lonsdale: Under the Shell

In this solo exhibition, Tahnee Lonsdale presents 12 large oil paintings, produced this year, that p...

Walter Price: Pearl Lines

Walter Price’s works reflect the instability and unpredictability of our times, with the themes of...

Ryoji Ikeda

An ear-shredding, eye-rending survey of the audiovisual artist Ryoji Ikeda transforms data into engu...

Barbara Hepworth: Art and Life

The largest UK show of Hepworth’s work since her death in 1975, this unashamedly biographical cons...

Heather Phillipson: Rupture No 1: Blowtorching the Bitten Peach

This show is a fully sensate experience, a meditation of sorts on the state of the world that turns ...

Richard Hamilton: Respective

Richard Hamilton: Respective – Key works and a wealth of fascinating archive material make this sm...

The Making of Rodin

With about 200 items, including some of his best-known, most groundbreaking works, this exhibition d...

Bring Into Being

Mariam Zulfiqar, the curator of an exhibition of art installations at Chiswick House, says it marks ...

Black art matters: what not to miss in Miami

Miami Art Scene May 2021 – leading America’s obsessive, overdue, and necessarily over-weighted a...

Clare Woods – interview: ‘Fragility and vulnerability have always been...

Clare Woods talks about her new prints and collages, now on show at Cristea Roberts gallery in Londo...

Nina Hamnett and Lisa Brice

Charleston reopens with two exhibitions investigating the relationship between portraitist and model...

Alex Da Corte: As Long as the Sun Lasts

Alex Da Corte’s brightly coloured stainless steel, aluminium and fibreglass installation, depictin...

Julian Opie – interview: ‘The work is about how we interpret and read ...

Julian Opie talks about travelling via Google Earth during lockdown, how colour blindness has shaped...

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