Painting

Dan Fox looks at the work of Mark Bradford, who represents the US at this year’s Venice Biennale

Charles Burchfield, Summer, 1926, watercolor gouache, charcoal, and pencil on joined paper, mounted to board, 62 x 74 cm. Courtesy: The Charles E. Burchfield Foundation, Courtesy DC Moore Gallery, New York and Metro Pictures, New York

Metro Pictures, New York, USA

 

How Colleen Asper's paintings challenge traditional representations of the body

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The Brazilian painter gives an insight into how he makes his vividly figurative and abstract canvases

The winner of the 2016 Turner Prize responds to Laura Owens's painterly nets and fences

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Carmen Herrera, Green and Orange, 1958, acrylic on canvas, 152 × 183 cm. Collection of Paul and Trudy Cejas © Carmen Herrera; photograph by Chi Lam

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Jens Fänge's mysterious environments

Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, UK

Georgiana Houghton's 19th-century spirit paintings

From Atatürk and Turkish nationalism in art to the enduring creepiness of Bruce Conner: what to read this weekend

Sensual, haptic, with a theory-driven conceptual cool, the painting of Ull Hohn, who died in 1995, is now on view in a first mayor survey at the Ku

Painting and the question of taste in the work of Orion Martin