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A show at London’s Cabinet Gallery gives insight into the great writer’s most troubled period

BY Patrick Langley | 25 MAR 19

‘She was working on a theory of everything’: on the extraordinary life and work of Swiss visionary Emma Kunz, now at London’s Serpentine Gallery

BY Agnieszka Brzeżańska | 22 MAR 19

The artists’ two-person show at London’s Cell Project Space lays bare the latent economic structures that condition our lives

BY Amy Budd | 21 MAR 19

An immersive installation at Gasworks offers different modes of thinking about ‘the psychic inheritance of an experience for which one has no memory’

BY Derica Shields | 21 MAR 19

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

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 04 MAR 19
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In world first, the artist plans to harness the power of ‘Magic Leap One’ technology, and is encouraging others to join her

BY Frieze News Desk | 07 FEB 19

At Almanac Projects, London, the artist sheds new light on the way women are turned into objects 

BY Izabella Scott | 06 FEB 19
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In further news: MoMA to temporarily close; David Adjaye calls for museum championing black British culture

BY Frieze News Desk | 05 FEB 19

At Autograph, London, Boswell’s first institutional exhibition reveals what it truly means to recover from trauma

BY Rianna Jade Parker | 04 FEB 19

A century on, the Viennese master’s paintings and drawings still lay life bare: the angst, thrill, the thrum of flesh

BY Meara Sharma | 25 JAN 19
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‘No other installation has come close to the swooning sensation of seeing Bourgeois’s work for the first time’

BY Shahidha Bari | 24 JAN 19
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The famous franchise is supporting masters’s students working at the intersection of art and design

22 JAN 19
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In further news: Lehmann Maupin gallery sues former employee for stealing ‘trade secrets’; was Robert Indiana in control of his final artworks?

22 JAN 19

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

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 22 JAN 19

The avian playground was a manifesto for a modernism that could employ gymnastic engineering to theatrical effect – what happens with its inhabitants long gone?

BY Douglas Murphy | 11 JAN 19

At Studio Voltaire, London, the artists have transformed the former chapel into a wild Wilde Gesamtkunstwerk

BY Hettie Judah | 20 DEC 18
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The female Renaissance painter’s ‘Self-Portrait’ has been listed among ‘improperly acquired’ objects during World War II

17 DEC 18

Criticisms of impact are missing the project’s power to change behaviour, argues collaborator and geologist Minik Rosing

BY Hettie Judah | 14 DEC 18

In her show at Tiwani Contemporary, London, the painter draws on the intimate atmosphere of rediscovered photographs

BY George Vasey | 13 DEC 18

An exhibition at Victoria Miro, London, explores how the artist channelled outdoors journeys onto canvas

BY Skye Sherwin | 10 DEC 18