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Teresa Lawton: Tipping the Balance

Lawton’s paintings are inspired by her love of Dorset, where she explore the shapes and colours of...

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Etel Adnan

In a bold juxtaposition with works by Paul Klee, the oil paintings, poems, carpets and tapestries of...

Shelley Himmelstein: Soccerscapes – Fifa World Cup Series; Michael Sorga...

Gallery director Randall Harris explains how this double show came about, while Himmelstein talks ab...

Patrick Heron

Patrick Heron’s postwar abstraction places figure and ground on an equal footing and exploits the ...

Bodys Isek Kingelez: City Dreams

From individual buildings to large cityscapes, all the sculptures in this first US retrospective of ...

Ruimteveldwerk: ‘It is more like an understatement that creates an exper...

A social experiment investigating themes of being offline, privacy, and silence in the city brings a...

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Nevermore: Leonid Lamm, Selected Works

This retrospective of the artist, who died last year, shows the brilliance, courage and impeccable w...

Jene Highstein: Space and Place

Deborah Najar’s carefully considered and sensitive choice of Highstein’s works is accompanied by...

Joana Vasconcelos: I’m Your Mirror

Joana Vasconcelos has filled the Guggenheim Bilbao with work from the past 20 years. She talks about...

John Powers: ‘Abstraction isn’t a technology or technique, it’s more...

Responding to the history of the city of Bruges, John Powers’ 15-metre-tall steel tower was constr...

Bruges Triennial 2018: Liquid City

For the duration of the summer, visitors to the liquid city of Bruges are invited to ponder a more m...

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Starting from the Desert: Ecologies on the Edge – Second Yinchuan Bienna...

There are some strong individual showings at the biennale, but its curatorial framework is a mystery...

At Altitude

With its focus on the aerial image, At Altitude puts our terrestrial world into perspective with a b...

Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing

A photographer of fierce resolve and compassion, Dorothea Lange knew how to capture the very essence...

Katharina Sieverding: ‘I also make fake news’

Part of the collateral programme of this year’s Manifesta Biennial in Palermo is a career-spanning...

Theaster Gates: Black Madonna

Gates hopes to challenge and confront the prevailing European narratives of racial and religious aut...

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Lee Bul

The Korean artist’s London retrospective shines brightest when it is clear and direct...

Giacometti

This thoughtful and revealing survey of an artist the Guggenheim exhibited in 1955 with Giacometti...

Beyond Ophelia: A Celebration of Lizzie Siddal, Artist and Poet

Best known as Millais’ Ophelia, Lizzie Siddal was a Pre-Raphaelite artist and poet in her own righ...

Samaneh Moafi of Forensic Architecture: ‘We are taking something that is...

Forensic Architecture has never designed a building. Instead, it acts as an architectural detective ...

Alex Mirutziu: ‘I’m interested in error, misunderstanding, correction...

The Romanian artist talks about his latest exhibition, examining the life and work of Iris Murdoch, ...

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Royal Academy of Arts 250th Summer Exhibition

Grayson Perry’s eclectic, irreverent approach in coordinating the 250th-anniversary exhibition pla...

Baldwin and Guggisberg: ‘If you’re not in a white cube it forces you t...

Having just installed 10, mostly blown-glass pieces around Canterbury Cathedral for their exhibition...

True Colours: Helen Beard, Sadie Laska and Boo Saville

True Colours, curated by Damien Hirst for his Newport Street Gallery in London, shows works by Beard...

Boo Saville: interview

Saville’s fields of colour shimmer, each massive painting drawing you in and, once you are up clos...

Sadie Laska: interview

New York-based Sadie Laska, who is both a painter and a drummer, brings her improvisation skills int...

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Helen Beard: interview

Helen Beard’s striking and marvellously simplified, flat colour images, take you by surprise in a ...

Thomas Cole: Eden to Empire

A fresh look at the paintings of British émigré Thomas Cole reveals some eerily relevant messages ...

Whitstable Biennale 2018

Surreal, witty and at times unsettling, Whitstable Biennale 2018 is full of surprises...

Catherine Parsonage: ‘I wanted to break things apart, let everything be ...

The artist talks about how living in Rome has changed her work, why she is so interested in bodily f...



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