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Hettie Judah

Ahead of ‘Anni Albers’, which opens at Tate Modern next week, Hettie Judah visits the legendary German educational institution

Our guide to the shows not to miss, from Tania Bruguera’s Turbine Hall commission to Amy Sillman’s canvases at Camden Arts Centre

 

Opening with a show about humour in art, there is a refreshing domesticity to SLG’s expansion

If the new V&A is Dundee’s public face to the world, it underscores the motto of the city’s famous resident: ‘think global act local’

After 34 years as Head of Hayward Gallery Touring, the ‘organizer’ looks back on a career spent championing art exhibitions outside of London

‘Spellbound’ at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, traces magic and ritual from the Middle Ages to today

At Herald St, London, the artist presents paintings filled with smooth ovoid forms and the suggestion of a single, otherworldly light source

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of WWI, The Head & The Load at Tate Modern makes incomprehension the work’s guiding theme

Is the lack of social mobility in the arts due to a self-congratulatory conviction that the sector represents the solution rather than the problem?

Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO bring Stockhausen’s Gruppen für drei Orchester to the Tate’s cavernous space, 50 years after its London debut

With a new performance work for Manifesta 12 in Palermo, the Amsterdam-based artist explores a state of continuous partial attention

In our era of easy outrage, the first statue of a woman in Parliament Square is a timely celebration of unwavering belief