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Lakwena Maciver– interview: ‘I like to think my work will bring hope t...

The London-based artist discusses painting colourful works to counteract life’s grey realities, he...

Drift: Moments of Connection

The Amsterdam-based duo combine art and technology in installations that work with light and movemen...

Julien Creuzet: Too blue, too deep, too dark we sank …

Sculpture, film and music blend in the French-Caribbean artist’s striking exploration of the legac...

Baselitz: The retrospective

This show, which spans the six decades of Baselitz’s career, highlights key periods in his output ...

Galleries in the Groove: Three Visionary Dealers, 1960s-80s

Through archival ephemera, photographs, posters and letters, this show documents the history of thre...

Katya Kvasova – interview: ‘People say that whatever someone paints or...

Katya Kvasova talks about her interest in hands, her artistic training, and her method of layering g...

Cosmos and Chaos: Cyfest-13

This exhibition brings together documentary and artistic material exploring the history of ideas of ...

Shahzia Sikander – interview: ‘I usually create a painting as a poem’

Shahzia Sikander talks about the problems surrounding the telling of any history, and how collaborat...

Anselm Kiefer: Pour Paul Celan

Here, in four installations and 19 vast canvases, Anselm Kiefer creates a dialogue with the work of ...

Cristina Iglesias – video interview: ‘I always felt I wanted to create...

Cristina Iglesias discusses her fascination with geology and botany, how public sculpture assists in...

Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s – Now

Featuring 46 artists, this long-overdue examination of the complex interrelationship between the Car...

Elizabeth Murray

Expansive, exuberant and looking as fresh as if they had just been made, the five works on show here...

Bárbara Wagner & Benjamin de Burca: Swinguerra

Fact and fiction overlap in this documentary-style film, as mainly black and LGBT characters use dan...

Khvay Samnang: Calling for Rain – Amartey Golding: Bring Me to Heal

Khvay Samnang uses Cambodian dancers to conjure stories of environmental disaster and recovery, and ...

Henri Chopin: The (Almost) Complete Books, Zines and Multiples (1957-2007)

Next year marks the centenary of the poet Henri Chopin’s birth and this show, which includes more ...

Anna Ray: Fibre and Form

This joyous explosion of colour, pattern and entangled loops of fabric leaps off the white walls of ...

Howardena Pindell: A New Language

Howardena Pindell is unafraid to tackle police violence or slave massacres in her videos and paintin...

Ray Harryhausen: Titan of Cinema

From the skeleton army in Jason and the Argonauts to the Kraken in Clash of the Titans, the monsters...

John Nash: The Landscape of Love and Solace

Remembered for the moving scenes of the first world war John Nash painted as an official war artist ...

Coral Woodbury – interview: “The work I’m doing is approaching death...

Coral Woodbury talks about her solo show at HackelBury Fine Art and what led her to use old books to...

Karlo Kacharava: People and Places

The referential, finely wrought paintings and drawings of the rediscovered Georgian artist Karlo Kac...

The World According to Colour: A Cultural History – book review

Oddly, a squashed fly triggered art historian James Fox’s fascination with colour and, in this amb...

Sarah Morris: Means of Escape

Through paintings, film and drawings, Sarah Morris explores time and space, and her fascination with...

Danny Fox: Brown Willy

Inspired by St Ives painters such as Ben Nicholson and Alfred Wallis, Danny Fox paints his home town...

Lubaina Himid

This is Turner-prize winner Lubaina Himid’s largest solo show to date and it does not disappoint...

Tunji Adeniyi-Jones – interview: ‘I want to show composure and a confi...

Tunji Adeniyi-Jones talks about his new paintings in That Which Binds Us, his first solo show at Whi...

Joy Labinjo – interview: ‘When people speak of multicultural London, i...

For her first public commission at Brixton underground station, Joy Labinjo reflects on the importan...

Dürer’s Journeys: Travels of a Renaissance Artist

Albrecht Dürer was a great traveller, visiting the Alps, Italy and the Low Countries. This exhibiti...

The Courtauld Institute refurbishment – review: ‘A bit of an epiphany...

After a three-year, £57m restoration and refurbishment by the Stirling-Prize winning architects Wit...

Tapestry: Changing Concepts

If you still think of tapestry as a traditional craft, the range of subjects and techniques in the w...

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