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Luciano Perna’s Luminous Still Lifes

A review of Italian artist Luciano Perna’s solo exhibition of still life photographs at Marian Goodman Gallery ...

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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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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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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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IN-FLO-RES-CENCE: Music as an Art Object

Digital platform IN-FLO-RES-CENCE celebrates intellectual and creative exchange between artists, musicians and audiences...

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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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Gallery No. 32 & The Rise of DIY Artists

Outdoor artist-led exhibition space Gallery No. 32 was born in response to the pandemic, but it also signals a wider shift away from the art world's hierarchical structures ...

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Drawing Eccentricities: An Interview with Sverre Malling

Millie Walton speaks to Norwegian artist Sverre Malling about the meditative act of drawing, folkloric imagery and celebrating outsider culture...

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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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MACRO Radically Rethinks the Role of the Museum

The Museum for Preventive Imagination project at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome explores dynamic and evolving exhibition formats...

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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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Painting the Collective: An Interview with Nengi Omuku

As Nengi Omuku’s solo exhibition 'Gathering' reopens in London, the artist discusses how her interest in crowds was inspired by protests in Nigeria and her own isolation ...

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Feel Flows: Richard Stone & Lorena García Mateu

A review of joint contemporary art exhibition, A Splendour Amongst Shadows, at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London Bridge. ...

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Henry Hussey, We Live in the Remains of the Gods

The transformative power of creative practice and its potential to remodel the artist and his audience are explored in Henry Hussey's new show. ...

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Anticipating John Hoyland at the Tate

Anticipating John Hoyland at Tate, Natalie Andrews is thinking about the contemporary relevance of slow art. ...

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Art Money August : Banksy, Banksy, and more

Love is in the Bin - Banksy. Sotheby’s claim it to be the first artwork created live during an auction....

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First Waves Marks 50 Years Since Race Relations Act

Westminster exhibition captures the stories of generations directly impacted by the Acts, who may have had little opportunity to have their voices heard in Westminster. ...

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Postcards from the Lost Generation: Picasso 1915-1925

Review of 'Pablo Picasso: Between Cubism and Classicism 1915-1925' Ed. Berggruen and von Liechtenstein. ...

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Fight Fire with Fire: Cie Carabosse at Womadelaide (Interview)

Cie Carabosse go beyond firepots and flashworks with their Exodus of Forgotten Peoples installation...

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A Painter of the Mind (Agnes Martin)

Her artwork can sometimes say as little as it can possibly say whilst still existing. But what an enormous statement that is....

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Prozac [Art Exhibition]

We constantly struggle with being submissive to the mechanism of reality and being driven to evoke its shape....

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Kenneth Clark : Looking for Civilisation

Behind the carefully enunciated words, is a man whose whole existence revolves around art, and that each phrase is born of a lifetime’s experience and understanding....

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Matter and Memory : Alison Jacques Gallery

Unassuming yet powerful provocations to our innate memories of what it is to be a human within the matter of the world...

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Arts Catalyst : Republic of the Moon

An exhibition about the moon that proposes a Manifesto should by rights fall apart in great steaming chunks of hubris, but it doesn’t, it has value and holds interest by raising lasting questions. ...

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Charlie Billingham : Tender

It is this sense of paradoxical delight which pervades the playful tones of Charlie Billingham’s latest installation of paintings, marching uniformly across the red grid of the gallery walls. ...

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