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Ettore Spalletti: Every dawn, is first / Ogni alba, è la prima

His voice is singular, his pieces united in simplicity: painted col...

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David Claerbout: ‘I sculpt in duration’

The artist talks about duration, place and history in his practice, and how he sees his...

Ryan Sullivan: ~ / –

For his second exhibition at Sadie Coles, the young American artist eschews canvas and paper, drawing attent...

Georg Baselitz: Wir fahren aus (We’re off)

This major exhibition, the artists first major solo show at White Cube, includes new l...

Martine Syms: ‘I am interested in the idea of the gulf between your live...

The Los Angeles-based artist talks about semiotics, fun...

William Heath Robinson’s Life of Line

With a wit all of his own Heath Robinson captured everything from the sublime to the ridicu...

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Frieze New York 2016

There were dogs, a screaming blow-up baby and a real donkey, but there were also museum-quality installations ...

Gillian Wearing: ‘I don’t have any typical practice. Every project is ...

The artist talks about the ideas behind her latest film...

From the Collection: 1960-1969

From a shiny Jaguar E-Type, explosions of colour and a trip through a more muted palette, MoMA has s...

Sara Greenberger Rafferty: ‘What is more essential than how one faces th...

The multimedia artist talks about constructing the self...

Charles Richardson: ‘There must be some sort of desire in me to hold ont...

The artist talks about his show at Exeter Phoenix, coll...

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Jules de Balincourt: ‘I can’t be painting bouquets of flowers and pret...

The painter’s uncanny worlds reflect the post-9/11 ze...

Michael Benson: ‘Science is about trying to increase that zone of what w...

Benson fuses art and science to conjure spectacular ima...

Bosco Sodi: ‘I like the freedom of letting the mind and soul go on a jou...

Bosco Sodi talks about the two processes in his work: t...

Asya Dodina and Slava Polishchuk: ‘Material dictates the way you relate ...

The Russian immigrant artists talk about the difference...

Steven Claydon: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

Steven Claydon’s newly commissioned Infra-idol Assembly is set within the vast, bun...

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Beatrice Gibson: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

London-based artist Beatrice Gibson’s film F for Fibonacci, at Bloc Projects, evok...

Mark Fell: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

Mark Fell’s Structural Solutions to the Question of Being is being exhibited at The Link...

Martin Clark: interview, Art Sheffield 2016

Martin Clark, the director of Bergen Kunsthall, Norway, has created Art Sheffield 2016:...

Art Sheffield 2016: Up, Down, Top, Bottom, Strange and Charm

For this citywide event, curator Martin Clark aims to inspire a connec...

François Morellet: ‘Art is frivolous even when it takes itself seriousl...

Two exhibitions, at London’s Mayor Gallery and Annely...

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Channa Horwitz

Controlled but creative, formulaic but somehow free, hypnotic in their undulation and unique in their variation, the...

Glasgow International 2016

The biennial festival returns for its seventh edition with more than 220 contemporary artists from all o...

Random International: ‘There is a real collective power in this group of...

Hannes Koch of Random International talks about the col...

Spencer Finch: The Opposite of Blindness

In his third solo exhibition at the Lisson Gallery, Finch attempts to take visitors beyond...

Lucy Jones: ‘My work is not slick and I struggle to resolve my paintings...

The artist talks about her recent return to making port...

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Carambolages

Paris is, as ever, a cauldron of art, but one breakout exhibition, expertly curated to challenge the old rules of stag...

Michael Dean: Sic Glyphs

Despite the urban construction materials, the steel bars and concrete slabs, there is a strong sense that ...

Todd Oldham: ‘I wasn’t very fashionable, so it was to our advantage th...

The New York-based designer talks about designing $10,0...

Arnaldo Pomodoro: ‘Sculpture is the appropriation of one’s own space w...

As Italian sculptor Arnaldo Pomodoro has his first Lond...



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