Cal Revely-Calder

Robert Rauschenberg, Buffalo II (detail), 1964, oil and silkscreen ink on canvas, 2.44 x 1.84 m. Courtesy: 

Sara Sinclair’s new anthology of interviews recalls the parties, the poverty and the ongoing hero worship

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‘Musicality and Humour’ shows the artist at his spontaneous best

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At Blain|Southern, London, the Mexican artist’s primordial canvases evoke the beginning of the beginning

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‘He created rhythmic patterns that sounded, in your mind or on his voice, both adamantine and feline at once’

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On show at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in London, the works show the American master at the height of his powers

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The fallacies of ‘community building’, online and IRL, in the work of Cécile B. Evans

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In ‘Clothes Line’, at London’s White Rainbow, the artist explores improvisation, social groups and the minute fluctuations of the day to day 

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With a republished collection of her writing by David Zwirner Books, the Italophile critic is shown to be as dangerous and uncanny as she is intelligent

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Publishing elegant, peculiar studies in fine attention and finer craft, how the small London press is producing some of the best writing around

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At Richard Saltoun, London, two artists share the belief that rhythm is a trait of the body and women’s bodies are too closely policed

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 At David Zwirner, London, studies in mortality and intimacy from the artist's final years display his remarkable stylistic range

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At Alison Jacques Gallery, London, the late artist's paintings are caught in the act of testing their own mettle

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