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Peter Doig 100 years ago

‘100 Years Ago’ is the name of Peter Doig’s current show, the first in London since his Whitechapel ...

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Return of the Buddha: The Qingzhou Discoveries

In 1996, while levelling the sports field of the Shefan primary scho...

Mother and child divided

Professor Gunther von Hagens’ ‘Korperwelten (Body Worlds): Fascination Beneath the Surface’ is at th...

Gerhard Richter: Forty years of painting

The enigma of the German painter Gerhard Richter (b.1932) is finally explored through Robe...

Richard Demarco's Edinburgh

Edinburgh belongs to a special kind of city deserving of the UNESCO designation as a wo...

Letter from Poland

Wednesday 13 February
Depart Edinburgh Airport BA 1435 at 7.40 am arriving Heathrow 09.15 am. Depart Heath...

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Letter from Sydney

The year 2000 in Sydney was a hard act to follow. Every cynic – and there were many in the art world – who f...

The authentic and the twitch

Increasingly, we now seek to verify what is presented as 'real': we are wary of 'simul...

Will Maclean: Driftworks

Will Maclean’s exhibition, ‘Driftworks’ at Dundee Contemporary Arts is the finest exhibition by a co...

Letter from Shanghai

Ever since the Treaty of Nangking opened Shanghai to foreign trade in 1842, the city has become a trading cent...

Frank Auerbach

Frank Auerbach’s career is celebrated at the Royal Academy in all the ways in which this instit...

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Frank Auerbach: Paintings and Drawings 1954-2001

The paintings on show at the RA have an effect that it would have been impossible ...

Michael Andrews revisited

If there was ever a clearer purpose and definition of the respective rationale behind the...

Letter from Stockholm, September 2001

Raoul Wallenberg belonged to one of Sweden’s most famous families – a family of diplomats...

Patrick Heron: the growing legacy of genius

‘The work of Patrick Heron is bound up with what is probably the most crucial series ...

Ken Kiff: obituary

The world of the imagination, like that of the dream has attracted many twentieth century artists, for it is a r...

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Apocalypse: Beauty and Horror in Contemporary Art

The exhibition contains the work of thirteen artists (or partnerships) allocated ...

ARCHIVE: Mario Merz

This 1976 interview will be part of the exhibition Desire for Freedom. Art in Europe since 1945
17 October...



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