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9 January 2023

Kamala Ibrahim Ishag: States of Oneness

The Serpentine Galleries showcase Sudanese artist Kamala Ibrahim Ishag, whose work intertwines the earthly and the spiritual through an understanding of our connections with the natural world.

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9 January 2023

Katy Hessel: The Story of Art Without Men

An exciting revisionist history of art that places female artists and the way they have shaped and enriched our world at its heart.

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30 November 2022

Gagosian Grosvenor Hill: Friends and Relations: Lucian Freud, Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Michael Andrews

Taking as its inspiration a famous John Deakin photograph of the four painters in Soho in 1963, the exhibition explores the connections between their respective practices, and also features some of the artists’ portraits of one another.  

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30 November 2022

Love Lucian: The Letters of Lucian Freud 1939-1954

Co-authored by David Dawson and Martin Gayford, this is the first published collection of Freud's correspondence. Collectively, it provides a powerful insight into Freud's early life and art.

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28 October 2022

Gagosion Paris: Jenny Saville, Latent

I get a kick out of seeing one colour running through another, or making forms appear—out of making something from nothing. —Jenny Saville

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28 October 2022

BBC Two - Sensationalists: The Bad Girls and Boys of British Art

A BBC documentary outlining how the rebellious, provocative and unapologetic Young British Artists crashed the 90s art scene, making Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst and others household names.

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4 October 2022

Lucian Freud New Perspectives 

The National Gallery in London marks the centenary of Lucian Freud’s birth with a comprehensive survey bringing together, for the first time, works spanning his entire oeuvre

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4 October 2022

Rebecca Warren at Belvedere 21, Vienna

Brilliant and tactile new sculptural works at Karl Schwanzer’s steel and glass modernist building

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27 November 2020

Art market figures reflect on 2020—and guess at what 2021 might hold

Read Emily’s comments in The Art Newspaper

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28 September 2020

UBUNTU: Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens

Exhibition of African, diaspora and African American Artists from the Harry David Collection

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