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Sean Scully: ‘The stripe can do anything in any direction, and since it ...

The abstract artist talks about why he changed his styl...

Jess Johnson: ‘My work is a visual stew’

The fantastical world of Jess Johnson has arrived in Edinburgh, in the artist’s ...

Clare Jarrett: ‘It’s almost as though the work is already there somewh...

The Norwich-based artist talks about her recent residen...

Cyril de Commarque: ‘I believe in a new renaissance of thinking’

The French artist has converted a grain barge into an artwork ...

Forest of Expression: Art as a Communal Act

Eight projects explore how art and expressing ideas and emotions can help those on the ...

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History Machines by Donovan & Siegel

Toronto-based artist couple Matt Donavan and Hallie Siegel explore the history of changes in c...

Jeffrey Gibson: ‘I was so angry I washed my canvases in the laundromat’

The artist talks about being any angry young artist, hi...

Mårten Lange: ‘I wanted to make a story about something beyond the reac...

The photographer talks about his lifelong fascination w...

Paul Carter: ‘There’s an invitation that only takes you so far’

Entering the gallery, visitors enter a new world – a li...

Li Huasheng: ‘A line is nothing. When I paint a vase, its outline does n...

The Chinese artist is admired for his abstract ink pain...

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Megan Rooney: ‘My mother taught me how to be a maker’

The artist talks about working with clay, birdseed, lipstick and papier-m...

The Ars Electronica Festival 2016: Radical Atoms and the Alchemists of our...

CyberArts Exhibition: prizewinning works of media art a...

Judith Wechsler: ‘Film allows, even invites, inclusivity of media. It’...

The American film-maker and art historian discusses her...

Regine Bartsch: ‘I’m drawn to these places where many people have live...

In her studio in southern Ireland, the German-born arti...

Noble Prospects: Capability Brown and the Yorkshire Landscape

To mark the 300th anniversary of the birth of the great 18th-century ...

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Katie Schwab: ‘I like the idea that works can begin to generate their ow...

Keen to learn traditional, craft-based skills, the arti...

SFMOMA’s extension: a new visual vocabulary

With Snøhetta’s new building now open, SFMOMA has more exhibition space ...

Xu Yong: ‘Negatives act as witness’

Twenty-five years after Tiananmen Square, the Beijing-based photographer took the brave dec...

Setouchi Triennale 2016

Once every three years, the islands of Japan’s Seto Inland Sea are transformed by an influx of artist...

Kienholz: Five Car Stud

Even with its harrowing subject matter, Edward Kienholz’s controversial civil rights work deserves to...

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The Neo Naturists

Disaffected by the politics of Thatcherism and an art world overtaken by masculine neo-expressionism, the Neo Nat...

Raqib Shaw: ‘I really don’t give a fuck about the so-called contempora...

In his converted home and studio in south London, surro...

Paula Modersohn-Becker: An Intensely Artistic Eye

Following the artist’s progress from a small German artists’ communit...

Daniel Sinsel

A pulse of eroticism runs through this collection of Sinsel’s new work, as he teases the distinction between pa...

The world is yours, as well as ours

This exhibition takes the visitor on a whirlwind tour of some of China’s most recent abst...

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Dana Schutz: ‘I think of the viewer as the painter’

The artist talks about deciding to become a painter when she was 14, how Al...

The New Blockheads

This retrospective looks at the work of a group of performance artists from St Petersburg in the late 1990s, who...

Michael Joo: ‘I was taken by the fact that there was a space that was in...

The New York-based conceptual artists talks about growi...

9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art (BB9): The Present in Drag

Mixing physical locations with digital content, The Present in ...



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