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THE Exhibitions

Chris Marker: A Grin without a Cat, Whitechapel Gallery, London Subscription

24 April 2014

A rare retrospective of the French filmmaker’s work reveals themes of perception and time, suggests Davina Quinlivan

British Surrealism Unlocked: Works from the Sherwin Collection Subscription

17 April 2014 | By

A GP’s art collection offers a comprehensive view of an overlooked movement

Rwanda in Photographs: Death Then, Life Now Subscription

27 March 2014

Shahidha Bari finds vivid and lurid representations of the unnerving normality of the everyday in today’s Rwanda

Ruin Lust Subscription

13 March 2014

At Tate Britain, Leo Mellor finds potency, fatalism and beauty in depictions of transience, both gradual and cataclysmic

Making Painting: Helen Frankenthaler and J. M. W. Turner Subscription

30 January 2014

Turner Contemporary in Margate allows visually convincing comparisons in the work of two major artists

Natural Histories: A Project by Miguel Ángel Blanco Subscription

19 December 2013

The alchemy between art and nature gives food for thought, writes Philip Hoare

Singapore Biennale 2013: a show that fizzes with ideas Subscription

12 December 2013

Mutability and periphery come to the fore in an event focused on Southeast Asia’s artists, writes Peter Hill

A Lasting Legacy: The House and Collection of Victor Skipp Subscription

21 November 2013

An exhibition built around the collection of a historian and art hoarder reveals his boundless capacity for seeing things

Paul Klee: Making Visible Subscription

17 October 2013

Alex Danchev delights in Tate Modern’s finely chosen feast of delicacies from the table of Paul Klee

Shades of grey among the eBay ‘Lowrys’ Subscription

3 October 2013

Richard Howells’ online hunt for ‘masterpieces’ may be a playful act of irony, but it also questions the nature of artistic authenticity

Ninth International London Tattoo Convention Subscription

26 September 2013

A lecturer talks about her fascination with body art

Paris Intense: The Nabis – from Bonnard to Vallotton Subscription

1 August 2013

Christoph Bode reflects on a Munich exhibition of artists who rejected representation in favour of an emphasis on materiality

Magic and mischief from Africa Subscription

18 July 2013

Exhibitions on Ibrahim El-Salahi and Meschac Gaba evidence Tate Modern’s determinedly global sensibility, Shahidha Bari finds

Memory Palace: the forgotten future Subscription

20 June 2013

A new exhibition at the V&A fuses words and art in an unforgettable dystopian vision, says Aaron Rosen

Ellen Gallagher: Freud meets his interlocutor on a black planet Subscription

16 May 2013

Tate Modern exhibition AxMe shows African American artist talking back to race and gender history

Saloua Raouda Choucair, Tate Modern, London Subscription

9 May 2013

Shahidha Bari traces the development of Saloua Raouda Choucair, who, at 97, gets her first major museum exhibition

Culture: Eugène Boudin retrospective Subscription

18 April 2013

A retrospective of the neglected artist to whom Claude Monet ‘owed everything’ is long overdue, writes Christoph Bode

Who’s the Pest? brings the insect world into close focus Subscription

11 April 2013

Entomologist James Logan takes part in a Wellcome Collection series in celebration of the insect kingdom

Moore Rodin Subscription

28 March 2013

Alexander Massouras on an exhibition of key works pointing to the sculptors’ shared fascination with organic forms

George Catlin, American Indian Portraits Subscription

14 March 2013

Padraig Kirwan reviews an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery

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