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Howardena Pindell review – from sheer painterly bliss to depictions of appalling racial terror
In a jaw-dropping show that includes ghostly abstract canvases and horrifying historical videos, Pindell’s majestic works come together to tell the story of America’s blood-soaked past

Jonathan Jones

01, Jul, 2022 @2:57 PM

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The horrors of dissection, Freud’s family and Deller’s map of the self – the week in art
The dark art of anatomy, Freud family secrets, Bridget Riley’s brilliant watercolours and the atlas of our everyday lives

Jonathan Jones

01, Jul, 2022 @1:45 PM

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Bones, bowels and body-snatchers – Anatomy: A Matter of Death and Life review
William Burke’s skeleton looms over this gripping exhibition showcasing the spooky relics of science’s thirst for anatomical knowledge – and the horrors this often unleashed

Jonathan Jones

30, Jun, 2022 @2:37 PM

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‘Even under war, we must live’: the Kyiv art scene determined to party
Last weekend, On Time festival brought together Kyiv’s music, art and craft communities to celebrate creativity – and vent the trauma of the Russian invasion

Vincent Mundy, story and photography

30, Jun, 2022 @1:57 PM

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Dredd zone: the anarchic world of comic-book artist Steve Dillon
His groundbreaking work on such seminal characters as Judge Dredd, Preacher and Punisher is being celebrated with a posthumous show of his remarkable legacy

David Barnett

30, Jun, 2022 @1:00 PM

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Sam Gilliam obituary
Abstract artist whose ‘draped’ canvases hover between painting and sculpture

Oliver Basciano

30, Jun, 2022 @11:15 AM

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Margaret Keane, ‘big eyes’ artist, dies aged 94
The artist, whose husband claimed credit for her hugely successful paintings of sad-eyed children, died at her home of heart failure

Benjamin Lee

29, Jun, 2022 @2:58 PM

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What if a Mars rover landed in Leeds? Peter Mitchell’s best photograph
‘I wanted to give the impression that Nasa’s Mars probes had returned to Earth – and their rovers were now rolling through the streets of Britain taking pictures’

Interview by Chris Broughton

29, Jun, 2022 @1:34 PM

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Eric Ravilious: Drawn to War review – rediscovery of an untortured genius of a painter
A well-crafted study of a neglected artist who died after the plane he was flying disappeared during the second world war

Cath Clarke

29, Jun, 2022 @8:00 AM

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In the Black Fantastic review – reaching for tomorrow’s art world
Eleven contemporary artists inspired by Afrofuturism consider possible futures with a hopeful, fizzing energy

Aindrea Emelife

28, Jun, 2022 @2:08 PM

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‘They belong here’: Salisbury Cathedral exhibits Grayson Perry’s tapestries
It is the first time The Vanity of Small Differences artwork has been shown in an ecclesiastical setting

Steven Morris

28, Jun, 2022 @12:57 PM

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From Poirot to poppers! Jarman award shortlist celebrates ‘risk-taking’ film-makers
Contenders for the £10,000 video art prize offer up a range of work, from explorations of the UK prison system to surreal skin cream adverts

Tim Jonze

28, Jun, 2022 @7:00 AM

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