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Jacquiline Creswell – interview: ‘When I first sited art in Salisbury ...

When Jacquiline Creswell joined Salisbury Cathedral as arts curator, she was verbally and physically...

Persones Persons: Biennale Gherdëina 8

Artworks by an eclectic mix of eco-activists and radical thinkers celebrate nature in all its forms,...

52 Artists: A Feminist Milestone

How has feminism changed in the past half century? This show revisits Lucy Lippard’s historic show...

Pilvi Takala: Close Watch – Venice Biennale 2022

Close Watch, Pilvi Takala’s multi-channel video at the Finnish Pavilion, is based on her time work...

Anthony Scala and George Renshaw – interview: ‘The piece surprised bot...

When a cryptocurrency investor asked a glass artist to recreate the ethereum logo, the two men initi...

Venice Biennale 2022 Roundup

This year’s citywide jamboree features riot and revolution, gyrating bodies, battling jet planes, ...

Biennale of Sydney 2022: Rīvus

With rivers and wetlands at its thematic centre and Australia’s First People key, the 2022 biennal...

Whitstable Biennale

As artists squeeze themselves into the tiny fishing town for this year’s event, Brexit, migration ...

Feminine Power: The Divine to the Demonic

From goddesses and saints to demons, spirits and witches, from ancient to modern, this phenomenal ex...

Angela Su: Arise: Hong Kong in Venice – Venice Biennale 2022

Angela Su talks about the new age group that tried to levitate the Pentagon, a story that informed h...

Otl Aicher: Design. Type. Thinking. – book review

Aicher’s designs for the 1972 Munich Olympics changed the face of graphic design, but there was mu...

Alfredo Jaar

Now at two New York shows, Jaar continues to challenge social and political injustice. At the Whitne...

Found Cities, Lost Objects: Women in the City

Lubaina Himid curates this sprawling and powerful group show exploring cities as seen and experience...

Gaudí

Whether you consider him a madman or a genius, there is no doubt that Gaudí was responsible for a s...

Rachael Louise Bailey – interview: ‘It’s good to work with something...

From the synthetic detritus of the oyster industry washed up on the Kent coast and the organic softn...

Abbas Akhavan – interview: ‘I like the propelled intensity towards acc...

Abbas Akhavan discusses his site-specific responses, often inspired by residencies, and the processe...

Future Shock

An audiovisual exhibition that joins the dots between contemporary art, electronic music and technol...

Niamh O’Malley: Gather – Venice Biennale 2022

Niamh O’Malley says she wants her Irish Pavilion installation to be a welcoming space, for visitor...

Cornelia Parker

From the shed blown up by the British army to drone-shot footage of the Commons Chamber to a new wor...

Eduardo Kac – interview: ‘There is nothing on paper. All the works are...

Known for naming the domain of ‘bio-art’ and for his creation of a ‘green glowing bunny’, Ed...

Assemble + Schools of Tomorrow: The Place We Imagine

In this fantastically creative play space, children have worked with the Turner-prize winning archit...

Amie Siegel – interview: ‘There’s a lot of information underneath th...

American artist Amie Siegel discusses her new film work, Bloodlines, a masterful exploration of clas...

Lucia Pietroiusti – interview: ‘Art can do a million things, from acce...

The curator, ecological activist and consultant Lucia Pietroiusti discusses the power of artists to ...

Reframed: The Woman in the Window

From a 3,000-year-old Phoenician ivory relief of a temple prostitute to Rembrandt’s Girl at a Wind...

Karen Kilimnik: Early Drawings 1976-1998

Sprüth Magers takes us on a whistle-stop tour through the American artist Karen Kilimnik’s early ...

Ann Gallagher – interview: ‘Hélio Oiticica’s work was outstanding i...

As the first survey of Hélio Oiticica in London in 15 years goes on show at the Lisson Gallery, its...

Jonathas de Andrade: With the Heart Coming Out of the Mouth – Venice Bie...

Giant ears, a massive inflatable heart and a disembodied head – Jonathas de Andrade explains why h...

Goran Trbuljak – interview: ‘It is a kind of painting – a painting t...

The conceptual artist and film-maker Goran Trbuljak explains why seeing Neil Armstrong walk on the m...

Stalin’s Architect: Power and Survival in Moscow – book review

This fascinating book is as much about the history of Stalinist Russia as it is about Boris Iofan, t...

Beatrice Merz – interview: ‘The purpose of the project is to contribut...

Led by Fondazione Merz, a new arts centre in Palermo hopes to engage local people with contemporary ...

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