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Monica von Schmalensee – interview: ‘Architecture is an instrument for...

Von Schmalensee, former CEO and now partner of White Arkitekter, has advised the Swedish government ...

Art by Remote: Art Basel Miami Beach

With the Miami Beach Convention Center turned into a Covid-testing site, taking ABMB meta, Miami’s...

Susie MacMurray – interview: ‘A feather is never just a feather, and a...

Susie MacMurray talks about how she uses art to raise questions rather than make statements, and abo...

Sin

A compact, but rich exhibition at the National Gallery finds moral transgression at the core of west...

Lucy McKenzie: Prime Suspect

A mid-career survey of the Brussels-based Scottish artist conceals big questions in illusionistic ma...

Kai Althoff Goes With Bernard Leach

Juxtaposing a sprawling selection of Althoff’s works with a tribute to British studio pottery, the...

Emily Jacir – interview: ‘I wanted the locals to show me what was impo...

The artist talks about her stone sculpture, Pietrapertosa, created as part of the Gardentopia projec...

Thao Nguyen Phan: Becoming Alluvium

Vietnamese artist Thao Nguyen Phan weaves moving image, lacquer work and watercolour paintings on si...

London’s Arts Labs and the 60s Avant-Garde

From a naked man flinging himself into a giant jelly to a 24-hour piano recital to John Lennon and Y...

Dutch Design Week

It is known as a showcase for critical, speculative and multidisciplinary design projects that make ...

Kehinde Wiley: Ship of Fools

Wiley’s first foray into depicts a scene of young black men in the sea, struggling to reach land. ...

Alfred Wallis Rediscovered

This show explores the works of the fisherman-turned-artist who painted the souls of boats and inspi...

Eleanor Bartlett – interview: ‘When you see a great lump of tar, it’...

Eleanor Bartlett talks about why she favours working with bitumen, metal paint and wax and why colou...

Michael Armitage: Paradise Edict

The British Kenyan painter’s first institutional show demonstrates his remarkable development, whi...

Bruce Nauman

Bruce Nauman’s work explores language and perception in a manner that is at times irksome or troub...

Toulouse-Lautrec and the Masters of Montmartre

This fantastic exhibition of belle époque posters, by Parisian artists who used developments in col...

Ali Kazim – interview: ‘When I picked up a pottery shard and it had so...

The artist talks about looking to ancient civilisations for inspiration, why he doesn’t like worki...

Bochner Boetti Fontana

This lush, even glamorous exhibition is curated by Mel Bochner and comprises 18 works by himself, Al...

Arik Levy and Zoé Ouvrier – interview: ‘We definitely influence each ...

Ahead of their first joint exhibition, Beyond Nature, the artists talk about their relationship to n...

Nicole Eisenman: Where I Was, It Shall Be

Nicole Eisenman’s first solo UK presentation for Hauser & Wirth Somerset showcases her large sculp...

Cybernetic Serendipity: The Computer and the Arts

To mark the 50th anniversary of this pioneering publication and exhibition, Cybernetic Serendipity: ...

Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer

Through film, sculpture, painting, costume and photography, this wild party of an exhibition celebra...

The Studio, Vol 1, No 1, April 1893

The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art was first published in April 1893. It in...

Ann Veronica Janssens — interview: ‘I try to make visible the invisibl...

The Belgian artist discusses her perception-bending work, currently on display at the South London G...

Rashid Johnson: Waves

Is the message of Rashid Johnson’s new show helped or hindered by the repetitive motifs and elabor...

María Berrío: Flowered Songs and Broken Currents

The eight new works here began as a project about a fictional village and its response to tragedy, b...

Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition 2020

For the first time ever, the Summer Exhibition falls in autumn and winter, but the RA’s galleries ...

Artemisia

Long-known for her autobiography, visceral and violent, yet strongly feminine portrayals of Apocryph...

Tim Clark – interview: ‘This set of Hokusai’s drawings is a really i...

The British Museum has just bought 103 newly rediscovered drawings by Hokusai. Tim Clark, the museum...

Fabienne Verdier: Vortex

Sound and vision collide in Verdier’s work, with this latest show exploring the physical, emotiona...

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