Jeremy Deller

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Jeremy Deller: ‘The world worries me – but for an artist, that’s a good thing’
The artist has been confounding the art world for 30 years. As he publishes Art Is Magic, a survey of his best known works, he talks about the experiences that shaped them

Sean O’Hagan

23, Apr, 2023 @8:00 AM

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‘Everything comes back to the spirit of rave’: Jonny Banger in conversation with Jarvis Cocker and Jeremy Deller
Whether adding a Nike swoosh to NHS T-shirts or asking kids to draw their feelings on the government’s Covid letters, the work of Jonny Banger blurs the line between art, fashion and activism

Jeremy Deller and Jarvis Cocker

08, May, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Radical Landscapes review – ‘Is loving green fields really wicked?’
It has some fabulous works, from a canal by Constable to a gnarled old tree by Tacita Dean, but this show’s radical v conservative thesis gets caught in the brambles – and the climate section is catastrophic

Jonathan Jones

06, May, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Nukes in the brooks: the artists who weaponised landscape art
From a cruise missile Constable to a rampaging neon giant, artists have always used rural settings to confront the uses and abuses of land. We go behind the scenes at a riveting new Liverpool show that captures their rebellious spirit

Nicholas Wroe

05, May, 2022 @5:00 AM

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Melting moguls: life-size Rupert and Lachlan Murdoch candles burn in Melbourne installation
Towering symbol of power and influence melts before our eyes in work by Turner prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller

Tim Byrne

06, Nov, 2021 @6:46 AM

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Jeremy Deller gets radical, Inca treasures are unveiled and poppies spring up in Manchester – the week in art
The British Museum hosts a revelatory Peruvian experience, a renegade parades his poster art and the Tower of London war memorial travels north – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

05, Nov, 2021 @2:53 PM

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It’s a pity not everyone can access the memorial to a struggle for equality
The stone mound to the Peterloo massacre invites people to step up to say their piece, but overlooks wheelchair users

Rowan Moore

11, Jul, 2021 @6:00 AM

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The Guardian view on memorials for Covid-19: raw events need distance | Editorial
Editorial: The pandemic must be remembered, but there should be caution and patience about how


12, Mar, 2021 @5:52 PM

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Happy Covid Christmas: stocking fillers to sum up 2020
How better to remember a year in Covid than with a Chris Whitty mug or a Van-Tam T-shirt?

Aamna Mohdin

23, Dec, 2020 @3:51 PM

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David Shrigley tea towels anyone? Christmas gifts to save the arts
Buy a present designed by your favourite artist, decorate your tree with a Bowie bauble, or get a bottle of gin to drown an orchestra’s sorrows. How to help struggling arts venues with your Christmas shopping

Charlotte Higgins

07, Dec, 2020 @4:57 PM

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Antony Gormley and Grayson Perry help design the 'ultimate artists’ activity pack'
A top team of visual artists – including Gormley, Perry, Jeremy Deller and Gillian Wearing – will this week launch an activity pack full of creative ideas for the coronavirus lockdown

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

30, Mar, 2020 @3:41 PM

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Off the wall: the enduring impact of the printed poster
The visual history of protest – and promotion – would be nothing without ink and paper, writes Patrick Burgoyne

Patrick Burgoyne

18, Jan, 2020 @10:00 AM

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