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Nathalie Du Pasquier: ‘From the beginning, I did not belong to the desig...

In her first comprehensive survey in the US, the artist and designer reveals a diverse and colourful...

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Expo Chicago 2017

An ambitious Expo Chicago showed positive signs of a refined personality, an adventurous pioneering ...

Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait

MoMA’s expertly curated exhibition of Bourgeois’ prints rescue the artist from her legend, revea...

Jenny Holzer: Softer

In her current exhibition at Blenheim Palace, Holzer responds to the building’s military history w...

Jake and Dinos Chapman: The Disasters of Everyday Life

Among the casts of suicide vests, it is the Chapman brothers’ reworked etchings of Goya that hold ...

Zach Blas: Contra-Internet

Zach Blas searches for a future beyond the internet’s catch-all web at the artist’s Gasworks exh...

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From the Vapor of Gasoline

This exhibition is a lively collection of works from a group of impressive and challenging artists, ...

Martin Puryear

This retrospective is nicely paced to reflect the breadth and depth in Martin Puryear’s sculptures...

Delirious: Art at the Limits of Reason 1950-1980

At the risk of exposing the theme show as a curatorial conceit, this selection of work produced in t...

Katriona Beales: ‘It’s not the internet that is malevolent, but the wa...

Following the opening of Are We All Addicts Now? at London’s Furtherfield, Katriona Beales, the ex...

Thomas Schütte

Mixing familiar Schütte tropes with new ones, the great German sculptor’s first London show in fi...

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Portrait of the Artist: Käthe Kollwitz

Celebrated in her native Germany, Käthe Kollwitz, born 150 years ago this year, is sadly little kno...

John Hoyland: Stain Paintings 1964–1966

This, the first New York exhibition of John Hoyland’s work in 25 years, brings together seven of h...

James Richards: Music for the gift – Wales in Venice, 2017

Wales has always punched above its weight at the Biennale, and 2017 is no exception. This year – f...

Basquiat: Boom for Real

A revelatory exhibition at the Barbican liberates Jean-Michel Basquiat from his mythos and allows hi...

Sara Barker: The faces of older images

Sara Barker’s exhibition of five wall-based relief sculptures, which opens Mary Mary’s new space...

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Robert Longo: ‘I’m making artworks out of dust’

At his first solo exhibition in London, New York artist Robert Longo talks about charcoal, photograp...

Suspended Animation

Nine contemporary artists ask what has become of reality and physicality in the age of the virtual ...

Ross Birrell: ‘I saw a possible way to draw a relationship between art a...

Ross Birrell talks horses, endurance and taking risks in relation to two works for Documenta, his fi...

Lucas Arruda: ‘The only reason to call my works landscapes is cultural’

On the occasion of his first London exhibition, at David Zwirner, Lucas Arruda discusses his almost ...

José Pedro Croft: Uncertain Measure – Venice Biennale 2017

For his Portugal Venice Biennale commission, artist José Pedro Croft has made a series of six glass...

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It’s How Well You Bounce

In the grounds of the UK’s first hospital to treat people with mental illness, lie a fascinating m...

Peter Halstead: ‘People should have their own personal adventure with sc...

Cathy and Peter Halstead talk about Tippet Rise Art Center, the remarkable music venue and sculpture...

Shilpa Gupta: ‘I am always playing with the idea of the location in the ...

The Mumbai-based artist Shilpa Gupta talks about her practice, notions of identity and nation states...

Folkestone Triennial 2017

The fourth triennial outing for this slowly regenerating UK seaside town sees curator Lewis Biggs in...

Studio Ben Allen: The Clearing

On the first floor cafe/bar of Folkestone’s Quarterhouse, a performance venue for music, theatre, ...

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Jonathan Wright: Fleet on Foot

Local artist Jonathan Wright delved deep into local narratives to devise his tribute to the local fi...

Emily Peasgood: Halfway to Heaven

Emily Peasgood’s sound piece Halfway to Heaven is set in a Baptist graveyard, a high hump of soil,...

Klimt and Antiquity: Erotic Encounters

Bringing together works by Gustav Klimt with pottery, sculptures and texts from late classical antiq...

Gerfried Stocker: ‘The first time I went to Ars Electronica Festival was...

Gerfried Stocker talks about going from being a media artist influenced by Ars Electronica to becomi...



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