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Rosanna McLaughlin explores how the late feminist artist redressed politics and power in her semi-autobiographical paintings

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 17 JUN 22

The gallery enters its sixth decade as one of its founding member, Judith Bernstein, turns 80 

BY Valeria Napoleone | 19 MAY 22

We talk to the Chinese artist about her urban scenes of passion, anxiety, and melancholy, featuring in the Frame section at Frieze New York 2022

19 MAY 22

In her triumphant survey exhibition at Palazzo Grassi, Venice, the artist continues her long-running exploration of women as generative, creative forces

BY Hettie Judah | 05 MAY 22

At Sophie Tappeiner, Vienna, the Berlin-based artist presents a series of painted false idylls

BY Ramona Heinlein | 12 NOV 21

Harmony Holiday talks with legendary Funkadelic musician about making art, NFTs and getting high on paint fumes

BY Harmony Holiday | 10 NOV 21

At Sir John Soane’s Museum, London, the artist’s depictions of the excesses of consumerism and empire are all-too seductive

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 20 OCT 21

For the last video in the series on creatives and their home cities, the acclaimed South London-raised artist shares a slice of her home life in Leyton

In Collaboration with Jo Malone London

At The Breeder Gallery, Athens, the Nigerian artist tethers the superficial conventions of European portrait painting to the semiotics of Blackness

BY Shiv Kotecha | 25 AUG 21

The painter’s largest retrospective to date, at Tate Britain, cements her place as one of Britain’s most inventive and compelling living artists  

BY Katherine Angel | 24 AUG 21

At Taymour Grahne Projects, the artist's saturated paintings depict the city’s queer community in the nostalgic afterglow of nightclub life

BY Kevin Brazil | 14 JUL 21

At MO_Space, Taguig, two artists project materiality through contrasting approaches to painting

BY Carlos Quijon, Jr. | 28 MAY 21

At Goodman Gallery, the artist’s first UK solo show presents paintings like memories of a hot day revisited in sleep

BY Mimi Chu | 25 FEB 21

Rykeyn Bailey captures the violence of time passing in a new series of drawings and paintings

BY Ashland Mines | 14 DEC 20

Capturing moments of stillness and anticipation, at Workplace, London, the artist uses layers of stippled colours to conjure never-ending narratives

BY Tom Morton | 14 DEC 20

Two cities, two creatives, two shows

In Collaboration with AMI Alexandre Mattiussi

When lockdown hit London, the artist Issy Wood used her blog as a regimented daily exercise: an attempt to describe the experience of a time when ‘every day is precious but of no consequence’

BY Issy Wood | 12 OCT 20

Amongst the family portraits and Sèvres porcelain, the artist’s newly commissioned paintings reflect on a broken Britain

 

BY Aindrea Emelife | 05 OCT 20

At Ortuzar Projects, New York, the artist’s radiant portraits of travellers on ‘citizen ships’ maintain ‘an abiding faith in the power of the human spirit’

BY Saim Demircan | 23 SEP 20

At Braunsfelder, Cologne, a series of painted rubber plants speaks to our need for calmness

 

BY Moritz Scheper | 25 AUG 20