An exhibition at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London, unveils the surrealist undercurrents of 1960s pop 

By Alex Estorick

The ‘lost’ record captures the saxophonist at a time when he was thinking that albums could aspire to be something grander than a string of loosely woven tunes

By Philip Clark

The studio’s first exhibition in Europe explores the politics of shapeshifting

By Sonja Borstner

In a new show, Sze pairs precision with nods to disassembly or messy composition

By Diana Hamilton

His ‘brutalist dollhouses’ invite viewers into the void ‘in the friendliest manner’ 

By Robert Glück

At the Turbine Hall, the artist turns the Victoria Memorial inside out, populating her counter-monument with memories of colonial violence

By Derica Shields

At the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, the artists’ first US museum survey traces their slick, satirical and sentimental practice

By Grant Klarich Johnson

Works by the legendary New York gallerist and early champion of Abstract Expressionism go on show in London

By Zoe Pilger

Is this a show about the artist’s youth or is it about something bigger – landscape?

By Dan Fox

The artist’s nine-day performance in the museum’s galleries ties the migration of peoples and objects to the systems that control and classify them 

By Tausif Noor

At Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, a survey of work from the mid-1980s to the early 2000s captures an art scene in transition

By Max Crosbie-Jones

A new show at London’s IMT gallery attempts to exorcise the horror of British politics

By ​Jack Smurthwaite


14 Oct 2019

'I am interested in considering the garden as a site at the intersection between creation and destruction'

09 Oct 2019

Watch artist Mark Bradford in conversation with Hans-Ulrich Obrist at Frieze Masters 2019

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