From Man Ray’s portrait of Virginia Woolf to Orton’s library book collages and Noël Coward’s dressing gown, this vital survey is bursting with fascinating storiesContinue Reading...
Serpentine Gallery; Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London
From proto-psychedelic film to book chewing, the hardcore conceptual art of John Latham continues to inspire
Landscapes at night, a hallucinatory road trip, ghetto life after the LA riots and a dead pet … our critic weighs the contendersContinue Reading...
Tate Modern, London
Cities from the sky, cigarette still lifes and sunset drives … the German’s swirling show has got the lot – even a room to dance in
Royal Academy, London
From singing peasants to Soviet mugshots, history shapes everything in this momentous show
Tate Britain, London
From sunny California to the landscapes of his native Yorkshire, Hockney’s humanity and optimism are never far away, as this sprawling retrospective shows
Design Museum, London
From next-gen mobility scooters to bloodstream nanobots, this pop-up exhibition explores how technology can better help an ageing population
From the Fire Paintings to the works made with women’s bodies, this is a sublime homage to the visionary artist
Crimson balloons festooning the ceiling, a black and white checkerboard dance floor under foot, shimmery white curtains partially covering views of the Manhattan skyline…Continue Reading...
From the crocheted loo seats to the pram-cum-barbecue and roving wet bar, there are stunts and stage-props galore. Then you turn a corner and find an artwork that sticks in your head and stays thereContinue Reading...