Recent Articles

U2 screen JR’s new Syrian refugee film
The band have worked JR’s latest video piece into their current 30th anniversary Joshua Tree world tour
Published: Monday, 3 July 2017
Joel Meyerowitz talks French nonchalance
As Joel's Arles show opens, we look back at his earlier photographic jaunt around Europe, half a century ago
Published: Monday, 3 July 2017
How Paul Klee remained creative until the end
On the anniversary of the artist’s death, we look back at how Klee didn’t let illnes or Nazism degrade his talents

Published: Thursday, 29 June 2017
The painter who escaped Memphis
Artist and founder member of the Memphis group Nathalie Du Pasquier adds model-making to her practice
Published: Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Can you spot Utopia in among this wreckage?
Monika Sosnowska’s new show at Hauser & Wirth LA looks back at a hopeful world that was built, then destroyed
Published: Wednesday, 28 June 2017
Why the Whitney is making its Calder show move
The NY museum has taken the unusual step of animating Calder’s mobiles, with a little bit of help
Published: Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Meet the same-sex couple who got married 14 times
Two years on from the same-sex marriage ruling, we look back at one couple whose wedding vows knew no bounds
Published: Monday, 26 June 2017
Do you know LA’s Cool School?
A new show brings together Ed Ruscha and others to look at how LA artists approached painting in the '60s
Published: Thursday, 22 June 2017
Joe Bradley’s not too-mature mid-career show
Museum retrospectives usually mean artistic maturity but with Joe Bradley visitors expect, and get, goofiness
Published: Thursday, 22 June 2017
Anish Kapoor dyes this earth red in memory of refugees
The artist’s new exhibition, Destierro, encourages visitors to think about the changing nature of national borders
Published: Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Were watercolours Sargent’s Instagram?
A new exhibition looks back at the way this master oil painter recorded briefer glimpses of life on paper
Published: Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Marina Abramović in the library, with the ancient manuscripts
That might sound like a Cluedo round, but it’s actually a good description of the performance artist’s new exhibition
Published: Wednesday, 21 June 2017
Doug Aitken wants to you to smash up his garden
Why has the artist has combined a hothouse with a live-streamed wrecking room in a Danish warehouse?
Published: Tuesday, 20 June 2017


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