Video art

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Hermione Burton review – the wonderfully strange artist discovered in a charity shop haul
She was an amateur painter with immaculate outfits but a turbulent life. Now artist Andy Holden has excavated her rollercoaster story in a film starring Saint Etienne’s Sarah Cracknell

Adrian Searle

27, Mar, 2023 @2:15 PM

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‘People will be disturbed’: Steve McQueen on airing his Grenfell film
Exclusive: Director says it is finally time to screen haunting footage as community awaits inquiry findings

Robert Booth Social affairs correspondent

27, Mar, 2023 @5:00 AM

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How a video game has revolutionised the way farmers are buying tractors
Farming Simulator lets customers test out new trailers, balers and other machinery before buying the real thing

James Tapper

25, Mar, 2023 @2:00 PM

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Rites of Passage review: stilt-walkers and slave ship ghosts brave the Atlantic
From gentle reflections to horrific reminders of the middle passage, compelling stories of migration cut through this sprawling show of work by 19 black artists

Adrian Searle

21, Mar, 2023 @10:38 AM

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‘An expansion of the public sphere’: how video transformed the world
In a new Moma exhibition spanning six decades, pioneering artists are remembered and celebrated for how they tried to use video as a tool for social change

Matt Shaw

03, Mar, 2023 @3:19 PM

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Class action: the show pricking the bubble of art snobbery
Poor Things is an exhibition that challenges the stubborn perception of art as a purely middle-class pursuit

Philippa Kelly

02, Mar, 2023 @11:00 AM

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When an old Tafe campus is bought for a $50m makeover, what do you do? Fill it with art
Tasmania’s Mona Foma festival has taken over a car museum, a hardware store and now Launceston’s daggy former Tafe building, which is packed with art, music and performances

Sian Cain

18, Feb, 2023 @3:05 AM

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John Akomfrah to represent Britain at Venice Biennale
The artist known for exploring racial injustice, migration and climate crisis in his films and multiscreen installations will fill the British pavilion next year

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

24, Jan, 2023 @10:00 AM

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Jenkin van Zyl on his death-defying art: ‘Setting myself on fire was idiotic. But the shot is amazing’
He makes films filled with gore, monsters and bizarre fetishes and looks like Mr Tumnus at a techno club. Could this prosthetics-wearing, jockstrap-clad raver be the UK’s most exciting new artist?

Hettie Judah

23, Jan, 2023 @5:00 PM

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Conrad Atkinson obituary
Other lives: Artist who highlighted contentious sociopolitical issues in his work

Helen Gørrill

18, Dec, 2022 @5:23 PM

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Matthew Arthur Williams review – essential explosion of working-class cliches
Delving into his identity using nude portraits, family photos and found footage of Jamaica and Stoke-on-Trent, Williams explores compelling truths about immigrant labour and the meaning of home

Lisette May Monroe

15, Dec, 2022 @12:56 PM

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‘I can’t take up a weapon, so I create’: how Ukraine’s artists are taking on Putin’s Russia
Putin’s invasion was designed to eradicate Ukraine’s sense of identity and history. But the nation’s artists are weaponising their work to mount a powerful act of resistance

Charlotte Higgins

26, Nov, 2022 @9:00 AM

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