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All About Theatre About Film: Ivo van Hove’s big-screen obsessions in focus
Europe’s in-demand theatre director is also an avid cinephile. A dizzying exhibition joins the dots between his adaptations of arthouse movies – by Antonioni, Bergman, Cassavetes and others – staged with designer Jan Versweyveld

Chris Wiegand

02, Dec, 2021 @3:27 PM

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Museum rivalry ‘could make Dutch Vermeer show last of its kind’
Rijksmuseum aims to bring together all the works by Girl with a Pearl Earring painter that are fit to travel

Daniel Boffey in Brussels

02, Dec, 2021 @10:05 AM

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From Olafur Eliasson to Gerhard Richter: the art show aiming to unite Europe
Diversity United is a travelling exhibition featuring work by 100 living artists from 34 countries – seeing this monument to liberal values moved our writer to tears

Dale Berning Sawa

30, Nov, 2021 @11:57 AM

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Lubaina Himid review – a promise unfulfilled
Spectacle and passion feel strangely neutralised in this immersive retrospective from the engaging Turner prize-winner

Laura Cumming

28, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Black British painting, gay New York photography and Dr Eno will see you now – the week in art
Tate Britain is preparing the definitive survey of Caribbean British art while Alvin Baltrop cruises the Hudson River piers and modern art turns therapeutic

Jonathan Jones

26, Nov, 2021 @12:00 PM

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David Shrigley: ‘I see genius where other people see rubbish’
Famous for his off-kilter drawings, the artist is now appealing for used tennis balls, building useless clocks – and pulping The Da Vinci Code. He tells us why

Tim Jonze

25, Nov, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Amy: Beyond the Stage review – a ghostly, gut-punchingly poignant exhibition
This collection of Amy Winehouse’s effects, from diaries to graffitied street signs and performance footage, makes you wonder if she would have survived in our more sensitive age

Sylvia Patterson

24, Nov, 2021 @1:02 PM

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Fire, flood and frozen goldfish: Our Silver City 2094 reveals Nottingham’s future – review
Maps and ancient curses sit alongside peculiar sculptures, dystopias and sci-fi in this astonishing and hopeful exhibition that travels to the end of this century

Adrian Searle

23, Nov, 2021 @6:00 PM

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Lubaina Himid review – jolly postmodern pop art made me long for a slap in the face
Himid’s paintings, soundworks and sculptures are haunted by historical pain, fizzing with colour – and too polite by far

Jonathan Jones

23, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Dürer’s Journeys: Travels of a Renaissance Artist review – all over the place
The strange creatures, saints and distant landscapes depicted by the great German artist are thrown together with the work of lesser painters in a show that veers between wondrous and inexplicable

Laura Cumming

21, Nov, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Artist Kehinde Wiley: ‘The new work is about what it feels like to be young, Black and alive in the 21st century’
The US painter is famous for reimagining the western portrait tradition with Black protagonists. Now he aims to refresh the Romantic landscape canon

Kadish Morris

21, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Fabergé’s trinkets, Frida Kahlo’s third eye and David Shrigley’s balls – the week in art
The V&A luxuriates in Russian craftsmanship, Lubaina Himid comes to Tate Modern, and Shrigley sets up a tennis ball exchange

Jonathan Jones

19, Nov, 2021 @12:43 PM

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