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Kenji Hirasawa – interview: ‘I approach the sitter like a guardian ang...

Hirasawa uses a thermal imaging camera to make portraits of people. He explains what drew him to thi...

National Gallery Outdoor Exhibition

An al fresco pop-up, showing 20 life-size reproductions of ‘the nation’s favourite paintings’,...

Jennifer Wen Ma: ‘With the pandemic and the turbulent political situatio...

Jennifer Wen Ma talks about how the Covid lockdown – and increased awareness of social injustice a...

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on artists: ‘It was necessary for ar...

With the Covid-19 pandemic still causing major disruption in many parts of the world, three artists,...

Gustave Moreau: The Fables

A treasure trove of an exhibition unveils Moreau’s wondrous watercolours, not seen in public since...

Visions of Heaven: Dante and the Art of Divine Light by Martin Kemp – bo...

In this lavishly illustrated and intriguingly written book, Kemp explores how Dante influenced the w...

Joan Eardley: Centenary

To mark the centenary of her birth, the Scottish Gallery is hosting a small but impressive exhibitio...

Pope.L: Notations, Holes and Humour

Pope.L, the pioneering American performance artist, makes his London gallery debut with an explosive...

Peter St John – interview: ‘You can see how this building has develope...

The co-founder of Caruso St John Architects, behind such projects as Tate Britain’s refurbishment ...

Christopher Houghton Budd – interview: ‘What’s needed here is a high...

Economist-turned-artist Houghton Budd, who moved to Folkestone seven years ago, has created a most e...

Folkestone Triennial 2021: The Plot

This is the town’s fifth triennial, an ambitious and remarkable event, but has the money ploughed ...

genuinefake – interview: ‘I use my creative practice to try to start c...

Along Folkestone’s seafront, the artist genuinefake (AKA Rachel Stella Jenkins) has conjured a tem...

Her Dark Materials

As the inaugural exhibition on the new art collectors’ digital platform, Eye of the Huntress, Her ...

Untitled: Art On the Conditions of Our Time

Bringing together 10 British African diaspora artists, the curator Paul Goodwin aimed to go beyond ...

Lynn Hershman Leeson – Twisted; Ed Atkins – Get Life/Love’s Work

The human body provides a jumping-off point for both artists, but while Hershman Leeson’s explorat...

Rebecca Salter – interview: ‘I believe that art thrives in a crisis an...

The first female president of the Royal Academy talks about the impact the pandemic has had on the i...

Pavilion Tokyo 2021

As the city holds the 2020 Olympics, architects and artists including Kazuyo Sejima, Terunobu Fujimo...

Hormazd Narielwalla – interview: ‘True, he’s physically not here, bu...

The artist talks about capturing the essence of David Bowie, through the creation of his trademark p...

Sophie Taeuber-Arp

The passion and excitement of this multidisciplinary artist and designer shine through in an uplifti...

Karla Black – interview: ‘I don’t see culture and nature as separate...

Karla Black, whose sculptures are now on show at the Fruitmarket, Edinburgh, talks about the power o...

Tino Sehgal

The Berlin-based performance artist returns to the UK with human boulders, everyday anecdotes and pu...

With Pleasure: Pattern and Decoration in American Art 1972–1985

With almost 100 works on show, this exhibition is outstanding for the way in which it takes the patt...

James Barnor: Accra/London – A Retrospective

In fashion shoots, studio portraits and street photography, this major survey of the British Ghanaia...

Eduardo Chillida

The Basque sculptor’s geometry-defying, spatially expansive works fit snugly into the barns and gr...

The Normal

A bracing reflection on social and environmental issues that have been foregrounded during the pande...

Mick Peter – interview: ‘The project was pleasingly indulgent, a free ...

Amid the playful life-size figures at his new show, Gerroff!! (or User Feedback), Mick Peter discuss...

Becoming Gustav Metzger: Uncovering the Early Years, 1945-1959

Showing work from Metzger’s formative years, much of it rarely seen before, this exhibition sheds ...

Jakob Kudsk Steensen – interview: ‘There’s so much that we forget in...

Ahead of an enormous new installation in Berlin’s fabled nightclub Berghain, the Danish artist tal...

Brett Rogers – interview: ‘When I was a student, the Photographers’ ...

The director of the Photographers’ Gallery talks about her own love of photography and how the org...

Cathie Pilkington – interview: ‘It’s great to have a title that make...

Cathie Pilkington talks about the importance of democracy in her practice, how she feels she sits ...

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