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Amy Sherlock

From costumes to cubism, this impressive retrospective showcases the wide-ranging career of a Russian avant-garde icon

By Amy Sherlock

From demanding choreographies to ‘the sea of our subconscious’, further highlights from the National Pavilions in the Giardini

By Amy Sherlock

Christine Wunnicke’s book, The Fox and Dr. Shimamura, is a narrative of Japanese modernity spoken through divine foxes and a psychiatrist’s misfortune

By Amy Sherlock

After years in the critical wilderness, Pattern and Decoration, the first postmodern art movement, is being reassessed by a number of exhibitions in Europe and the US 

By Amy Sherlock

The artist’s new Art on the Underground commission and the politics of paying attention

By Amy Sherlock

‘The Circular Garden’ was grown from the soil in six weeks using fully sustainable construction materials

By Amy Sherlock

Ahead of Art Basel Hong Kong, our selection of must-see exhibitions

By Amy Sherlock and Ingrid Chu

Carlos Pazos, Milonga, 1980, hand-coloured photograph with collage and fluorescent light, 1.1 × 1 m. Courtesy: © Carlos Pazos, A+V Agencia de Creadores Visuales, 2019

 

As an exhibition of works selected by the Spanish author opens in London, he discusses realism, ambiguity and why he doesn’t want to be a ‘curator’

By Amy Sherlock

‘I spend my life as a writer trying (failing) to approximate Oswald’s verbal economy of means’

By Amy Sherlock

With President Xi and the China International Import Expo in town, taking stock of ‘progress’ seemed both a timely and complicated endeavour

By Amy Sherlock

Art and culture have a role in describing the unevenness of the world: where do we go from here?

By Amy Sherlock and Pablo Larios

This year’s edition acts as a house of mirrors reflecting the promises of globalization and the ‘intensification and erosion of nationalism’

By Amy Sherlock