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Dreamers Awake

Filled with dark eroticism and witty visual puns, Dreamers Awake is a sprawling survey that explores...

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Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power

This is an exhibition of tragedy, celebration and defiance at a time of change and violence in the U...

Maggie’s Centre for cancer care, Oldham

An enchanting matchbox on stilts, with a garden below and a tree at its centre, there is poetry, sym...

Jesse Jones: Tremble Tremble – Venice Biennale 2017

Gender inequality was one of many human rights issues that artists wrestled with at the 57th Venice ...

Portraying a Nation: Germany 1919–1933

A portrait of a nation, of an era, and, at heart, of humanity, this dual exhibition of two key artis...

Alexandra Dementieva: ‘All art is an interactive game. I am offering the...

Don’t come to Alexandra Dementieva’s exhibition with the hope of being a passive spectator. As s...

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Raqib Shaw

A new show at the Whitworth Manchester combines Raqib Shaw’s paintings and sculptures with prints,...

Evgenia Arbugaeva: ‘I’m always making up stories and believing in magi...

Russian photographer Evgenia Arbugaeva spins gold from the light of desolate places, finding beauty ...

Afruz Amighi: ‘I wanted to make a procession of characters that embodied...

In No More Disguise, Afruz Amighi’s first show of drawings, the New York-based artist discusses th...

Esther Rolinson: ‘Light has an immediacy. We are literally woken up by i...

The multimedia artist Esther Rolinson talks about her exhibition Gravitate at Watermans Art Centre, ...

Ida Applebroog: Mercy Hospital

These drawings from the forgotten sketchbooks of the well-known feminist artist Ida Applebroog offer...

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Willow Hai: ‘The jade burial suit is the single most important object in...

The director of the China Institute in New York talks about its current show, Dreams of the Kings, a...

Tom Burr: Surplus of Myself

Running parallel to Münster’s Skulptur Projekte, notions of private and public are unsettled in t...

Learning from Athens: Documenta 14 (Part two, Kassel)

Returned to its traditional home in central Germany, Documenta 14 abounds with intelligent, well-cur...

A Handful of Dust: Photography after Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp

A haunting exhibition in which dust plays a divine agent of death...

George Drivas: Laboratory of Dilemmas – Venice Biennale 2017

For the 57th Venice Biennale, Greek artist George Drivas offers his customary blend of architecture ...

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Howard Hodgkin: Painting India

Radiating the heat and light of India, and expressing the artist’s love for the South Asian countr...

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2017

The RA’s annual open submission exhibition presents a shifting ‘kaleidoscope’ of contemporary ...

Masterpiece Fair 2017

The fair is a theatrical display of extravagance, peppered with instantly recognisable works by big ...

Henri Scars Struck: ‘It was interesting for me to have a physical space ...

Henri Scars Struck, the French music composer known for his meditative sonic experiences, discusses ...

Isaac Julien: ‘I dream a world’ Looking for Langston

A new exhibition focusing on the Isaac Julien’s hugely significant 1989 film delves into what made...

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Alice Neel, Uptown

With an uncompromising certainty of vision, Alice Neel paints individuals, capturing not only their ...

Jodie Carey: ‘I like my works to be imbued with a silence and a stillnes...

Jodie Carey talks about her developing practice, the impact of motherhood, her concerns with mortali...

Serendipity Symposium 2017

Is serendipity entirely human – or human-driven – or can researchers into artificial intelligenc...

Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

With artificial environments, app-led innovations and a preponderance of site-specific video art, th...

Gregory Crewdson: ‘I wanted the photographs to feel like a suburban wind...

American photographer Gregory Crewdson talks about loneliness and connection in his work and, in par...

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Fahrelnissa Zeid

This exhibition tells the story of the irrepressible spirit of a true artistic visionary who has bee...

Ailbhe Ní Bhriain: Reports to an Academy

In her latest film, Cork-based artist Ailbhe Ní Bhriain uses the perpetual ebb and flow of water an...

Richard Smith: Work of Five Decades

This is the first posthumous exhibition of Richard Smith, who died last year, and whose work straddl...

31 Women

Drawing on Peggy Guggenheim’s 1943 exhibition of the same name, 31 Women is a thoroughly relevant ...



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