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Yayoi Kusama Museum opens in Tokyo

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, famous for her polka dots and pumpkins, opened her own museum in Tokyo...

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Modigliani

This extraordinary retrospective unites Modigliani’s portraits and sculpture with the largest coll...

Nnenna Okore: ‘My work seeks to highlight Earth’s vulnerability and fr...

Okore’s sculptures are poetic odes to the natural world. But beneath the delicate beauty there lie...

William Kentridge: ‘One needs sometimes to show the power of the irratio...

William Kentridge talks about his recent performance of Kurt Schwitters’ sound poem Ursonate, dada...

Carmen Herrera

Herrera’s abstract, geometric paintings pulse with life in this solo show. She was discovered late...

Louisa Fairclough: A Song Cycle for the Ruins of a Psychiatric Unit

At the Danielle Arnaud gallery in London, Louisa Fairclough’s exhibition A Song Cycle for the Ruin...

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Veronica Ryan: ‘I’m interested in the semantics of perception’

The artist talks about her continuing connection with the sculptures of Barbara Hepworth, and how he...

Arthur Watson: ‘Central to the organisation of the show was that work wo...

The president of the Royal Scottish Academy discusses Ages of Wonder: Scotland’s Art 1540 to Now, ...

Neha Choksi: ‘Transformations necessitate lost pasts and renewals of fut...

Through her latest work, a multichannel video installation entitled Faith in friction that features ...

Gianfranco Baruchello: Incidents of Lesser Account

Raven Row reopened with a major survey of Gianfranco Baruchello, a rambunctious and polymathic maste...

Zoë Buckman: ‘One role of feminism is to address and reframe how we con...

The London-born, New York-based artist known for incorporating highly personal motifs, such as embro...

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The East London Group and their Contemporaries

In the mid-20s, a group of largely working-class men came together in the East End of London and beg...

Vanessa Baird: You are Something Else

Vanessa Baird’s vivid, illustrative pastels depicting domestic chaos and drowning refugees make fo...

Antony Gormley: ‘Looking back at the paths you have taken is a really im...

The artist talks about collaborating on a major new book about his career, the evolution of his work...

Light in motion: Balla, Dorazio, Zappettini

The latest in Mazzoleni’s series of exhibitions devoted to 20th-century Italian art enacts a vivid...

Pamela Schilderman: ‘I really wanted people to think about what it is th...

What makes a portrait? What defines a person’s identity? These are questions at the core of Schild...

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Maria Alyokhina: ‘The government media calls us enemies of the people ...

Political activist and Pussy Riot member Maria Alyokhina talks to Studio International at the Saatch...

Future Shock

An exhibition of works by a group of international artists, Future Shock looks at the profound impac...

The Lives of the Artists: 50 years of Gilbert & George

To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the artists’ meeting, we publish Gilbert & George’s Mag...

Dan Colen – Sweet Liberty

From glass whoopee cushions to a vast US flag to cartoon characters, Colen’s works, which use ever...

Impressionists in London, French Artists in Exile (1870-1904)

This exhibition lacks coherence and has little to say about the influence British artists had on the...

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Abstract Expressionism: Looking East from the Far West

This exhibition considers abstract expressionism through its Asian-American practitioners, with a fo...

Stan Douglas: ‘A re-enactment is an event that becomes processed in memo...

Photographer and film artist Stan Douglas talks about his new works, which extend his interest in hi...

Tove Jansson (1914-2001)

Studio International visited the Dulwich Picture Gallery to view the Finnish artist Tove Jansson’s...

Jean Prouvé: Architecte des Jours Meilleurs (Architect of Better Days)

The French architect Jean Prouvé was a radical modernist whose graceful prefab buildings used cutti...

Alina Szapocznikow: Human Landscapes

A superlative exhibition at the Hepworth Wakefield unpacks the fleshly and sticky oeuvre of forgotte...

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Grace Weir: ‘I often think through the camera’

In Irish film artist Grace Weir’s latest exhibition, Unfolded, past and present, the real and repr...

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: Not Everyone Will Be Taken Into the Future

This first large-scale British retrospective of work by the US-based Russian installation artists Il...

Paula Rego: The Boy Who Loved the Sea and Other Stories

Consummate storyteller Paula Rego brings her cast of mermaids and misfits to a town that seems forge...

Juno Calypso: ‘Male critics don’t think women are funny, they don’t ...

London-based photographer Juno Calypso talks about femininity and disappointment in a man’s world...



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