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Ecological Mutiny: The Paintings of Adam Bloom.

Adam Bloom’s paintings of blood and bone are a strange attractor, holding the viewer quiet and nervous with their dreamlike and symbolic depictions of humanity. The imagery is at once horrific...

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Hauser & Wirth Announces Two Exhibitions With Frank Bowling

Sir Frank Bowling’s inaugural exhibitions with Hauser & Wirth will be presented in both the gallery’s London and New York locations, beginning May 2021...

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Blood Tracks Through Art: Hermann Nitsch

As an artistic material blood has long been considered too powerful for use, as blasphemy, and often prosecutable. Hermann Nitsch knows this. ...

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Drawing With Dust: History, Time and Place in Tacita Dean’s Chalk Drawings

Those old enough will recall the spine-tingling screech of chalk across classroom blackboards, the air full of dust. ...

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Heart of the Matter: Female Artists at Gillian Jason Gallery

A review of a group exhibition of British female contemporary artists at Gillian Jason Gallery, London...

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Julie Mehretu at the Whitney Museum

Featuring more than 70 paintings and works on paper dating from 1996 to present, Julie Mehretu's mid-career survey underlines her prolific creativity...

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Two Major Solo Exhibitions Celebrate the Work of Sutapa Biswas

Solo exhibitions at BALTIC and Kettle’s Yard will look back on the British Indian artist's career and showcase a new film exploring issues of migration...

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Trebuchet x Matt Berninger (The National) Ltd. Edition Print

Trebuchet and Matt Berninger (The National) collaborate on a limited edition print in celebration of the deluxe release of Serpentine Prison...

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Visual Stories: An Interview with Eileen Cooper

London-based artist Eileen Cooper speaks to Millie Walton about illustrating Angela Carter's writing, printmaking and the imagination...

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Wisdom & Nature: Christie’s Fundraising Exhibition

Christie’s London to hold an online exhibition and auction in aid of Le Ciel Foundation, a UK-based charity dedicated to protecting indigenous land and communities ...

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Things: Gail Olding

An excerpt from Trebuchet 9 : Materials. Conceptual Artist Gail Olding on the use of things. ...

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The Emergence of Spring by David Hockney

According to The Royal Academy's revised exhibition programme, David Hockney's solo exhibition will run from May to September...

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The Definite Line of Emma Coyle

Emma Coyle's current figurative work focuses on contemporary fashion magazine imagery to produce painterly paintings of a Fine Art standard...

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The Body as Material: An Interview with Annegret Soltau

German visual artist Annegret Soltau speaks to Millie Walton about motherhood, brutality and bodily experience...

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Gail Olding

British Artist Gail Olding born in London, studied for her BA (Hons) at The London College of Printing in Photography in the late 80’s and during the 90’s went on to study at The...

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Helsinki Biennial to Launch this Summer

The Helsinki Biennial will open this June on the uninhabited island of Vallisaari, featuring works by 40 local and international artists...

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Shooting Down Babylon by Tracey Rose

The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town will host a large-scale exhibition of revolutionary artist Tracey Rose...

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Laura Aguilar at Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art

A comprehensive retrospective of the late photographer Laura Aguilar highlights her importance as a both an artist and activist ...

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Gust(on) Winds of Wisdom

In this 120-page masterpiece, Philip Guston’s daughter, Musa Mayer, simply and effectively presents her father’s life and art as a kind of graphic novel triptych....

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Big Star Falls in We Travel Time

The giant shifts in chords and sonic layers creates classical headspaces and feels orchestral in its depth and shifting subtlety. We travel Time...

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State of the Art with Lorenzo de Medici

Interview with Lorenzo De Medici on the artistic impetus to create and appreciate art....

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Barbara Macfarlane: Land Marks

A major exhibition of new work by the British landscape painter includes atmospheric depictions of the countryside and distinctive map-like representations of London and Paris....

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Spectral Illuminations

Light and perception experiments in the work of Barbara Kasten...

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A Less Lonely Experience of Viewing Art Online

'Me, Family', a digital art platform commissioned by Mudam Luxembourg, invites its viewers to interact as avatars...

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Richard Saltoun Gallery Launches Hannah Arendt Programme

Mayfair gallery Richard Saltoun launches its year-long programme of exhibitions exploring the themes of Hannah Arendt's seminal book 'Between Past and Future'...

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The Fresh & Weird Creative Energy of New Contemporaries

In the midst of increasingly gloomy global news, the Bloomberg New Contemporaries online exhibition is everything we need...

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Philip Guston’s Restless Creativity

Hauser & Wirth continues its global series of exhibitions reflecting on the influence and creative processes of American painter Philip Guston ...

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Faye Toogood’s Assembled Artworks at NGV Triennial

As the NGV Triennial opens in Melbourne, participating artist Faye Toogood discusses light, materiality and how the Dutch Masters inspired her installations...

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The Art Vault: An Online Marketplace for Emerging Artists

Kovet.Art launches a digital space for emerging artists to exhibit and sell their works to global audiences...

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Michael Carson

“I don’t remember when we took the photos for the cover and the painting… but it’s one of those things; we’ve been in a state of strange, emotional paralysis and locked down for a while,...

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