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Anselm Kiefer, God, Death, and Seven Tons of Lead

This exhibition comprises mainly large-scale paintings that are flooded with molten lead....

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Do We Understand Modernism? We Better!

Modernism is in the news because as it turns out not that many people ever really got it! Since we have long since left this epoch behind and since its exerts such an influence maybe we should make...

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Feminist Internet, Art that Strategises Change

Feminist Internet is a future-focused collective made up of artists and designers who aim to create an equal and just internet for all. Find out about their activities here!...

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In Search of Selfhood: Eddie Peake at White Cube

Artist Eddie Peake's autobiographical new exhibition at White Cube....

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Sonia Boyce and a Meta Criticism of the Critics

The Manchester Art museum and the disappearing/reappearing Nymphs, do we benefit from seeing them? or are we perpetuating tired tropes? ...

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Poetics of the Disquiet: Modern Italian Art at the Estorick Collection

The Estorick Collection showcases Italy's great modern painters....

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Hayward Gallery reopens with Andreas Gursky exhibition

The Hayward is re-opening and showing the work of German photographer Andreas Gursky, this promises to be an impressive array of relevant and compelling images....

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Art that Bends the Mind: Fiumano Clase Gallery at London Art Fair

Contemporary gallerists Fiumano Clase showcase their chosen few at the 2018 London Art Fair....

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London Arts Fair 2018 at the Islington Business Centre

Painting, sculpture, photography, multimedia and dialogue in the heart of Islington, London...

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The Feathers and the Fury: Ry Bird [Interview]

Graphic artist Ry Bird talks art, music and fighting cats...

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Frieze London International Art Fair 2017

Subverting, and sometimes satisfying expectations, Frieze returns to London...

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Casting Off: Rachel Whiteread at Tate Britain

Charting absence, memory, and loss through the familiar, reimagined...

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Sunflowers and Daguerreotypes: Rencontres d’Arles

At the opening week of the Rencontres d’Arles international photography festival ...

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Survival International Photo Competition

Call for entries to Survival International's competition for images showing tribal peoples in their natural environment...

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Is It OK if I Take A Quick Shot? The Trials of Curation

Art, controversy, exhibition. In introduction to the curator's metier...

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Hanging Offence: Jo Melvin (Director of the Estate of Barry Flanagan)

Dr Jo Melvin, Director of The Estate of Barry Flanagan expounds on curation, controversy and the responsibilities of maintaining an artist's legacy....

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Hanging Offence: Sophia Contemporary Gallery

Building bridges between Middle Eastern and Western cultures by showing what they have in common rather than what divides them. Sophia Contemporary Gallery interview...

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Electrified, Stupefied, Exhilarated. Art Basel Miami

In the heat and glitz of Miami Beach, Art Basel Miami engulfs the senses and threatens to overwhelm the unwary. It's worth it though. Review...

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Hanging Offence – Investigating Art Curation

Investigating contemporary art curation the Hanging offence series has interviewed a number of gallerists, large and small, from around the globe. Despite the broad democratisation of art curation...

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Sounds Unfair: The Plight of Britain’s Independent Music Venues

A quiet disaster has been happening in our town and city centres, only now are we doing something about it...

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Jamie Hewlett: The Suggestionists (Saatchi Gallery)

Hewlett's three-part exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery sees the designer and artist's first UK show...

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One Man Subculture. Alva Bernadine talks Forniphilia [NSFW]

Bringing a touch of Surrealism to the art of Fetish, photographer Alva Bernadine talks to Trebuchet...

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Collagist by Circumstance (Patrick Bremer)

Patrick Bremer was trained in oils but “ended up doing collage out of circumstance,”...

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The decadent and defiant paintings of Nick Brown

The drips that flow from Brown’s landscapes don’t just enhance the unceasing presence of movement that circulates through his work, but they exude a ghostly aura that brings to mind the passing...

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Hanging Offence: Kristin Hjellegjerde

I think it is often necessary for art and literature to touch on subjects that can be difficult. If people in arts don’t do it, who will?...

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Hanging Offence : Viktor Wynd [Museum of Curiosities]

I hope to see things that perhaps others neglect, so if everyone's momentarily interested in an artist I will look elsewhere....

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Hanging Offence : von Bartha

More and more people will only buy with their ears and not their eyes. Therefore we must work very hard to educate people about artists and the importance of art in culture and society...

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Great Things – Rebecca Pelly-Fry, Griffin Gallery [Interview]

I guess there is an element of wanting to put our stake in the ground and say that we believe the artists we show are going to go on to great things....

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Forgiving Jeremy Clarkson: Forgiving Ourselves. [Top Gear]

The culture wars have become so divisive, even the organisation that tolerated Jimmy Savile is obliged now to take sides....

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Free-fall bliss of the iris [Richard Diebernkorn]

Diebenkorn himself has said that he was unaware of his surroundings as an artist...

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