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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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Destination masterpiece: 75 great artworks to see across the UK
From a Nubian god in Edinburgh to a Banksy in Bristol, our critics choose the most intriguing and important paintings, sculptures, installations for you to take in this summer

Jonathan Jones, Skye Sherwin and Nicholas Wroe

18, Jun, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Shift your vibe! 60 quick ways to make yourself slightly happier
Things feeling a bit stale? These small tweaks to your routine will turn things around, boost your mood and could even make you a better person …

14, May, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Look away, straight male gaze! How life-drawing became more inclusive
Art clubs popping up around Sydney and Melbourne are giving artists the chance to draw trans and queer people, burlesque performers and even models in cosplay

Jenny Valentish

26, Apr, 2022 @5:30 PM

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Emin’s nudes, Sickert’s bedroom and fictional photography – the week in art
Tracey Emin’s first show since her illness, an overdue retrospective for Walter Sickert and Rodney Graham dips his toe in cubism

Jonathan Jones

22, Apr, 2022 @2:49 PM

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Profusely Illustrated review: Edward Sorel and all the golden ages of New York magazines
A memoir by a man who has drawn caricatures for the greatest editors is a treasure trove of the American mid-century modern

Charles Kaiser

15, Jan, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Hokusai: The Great Picture Book of Everything review – radical in every thought and gesture
The whole world bursts into life in the great Japanese artist’s rediscovered sketches for an encylopedia, drawn for a nation in lockdown…

Laura Cumming

12, Dec, 2021 @1:00 PM

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From snubbing Mick Jagger to explaining the cosmos: the secret life of MC Escher and his impossible worlds
The artist’s mind-boggling works – full of stairways leading nowhere and water flowing uphill – defy logic. But did they also foresee the second world war? And why was he so riled by the Stones frontman?

Jonathan Jones

09, Dec, 2021 @6:00 AM

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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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How our art critic ended up in the Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules – review
From Viz to the fourth plinth to David Bowie, the perennially upstart comic’s influence rampages on – and even our own Adrian Searle can’t get off scot-free

Adrian Searle

20, Oct, 2021 @3:59 PM

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Louis Wain’s anthropomorphic cats to go on display at Bethlem museum
Eccentric artist was famed for outlandish drawings produced while a patient at ‘Bedlam’ psychiatric hospital

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

11, Oct, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Unseen Van Gogh sketches that rework scorned masterpiece to go on display
Preparatory work for ‘redoing’ of The Potato Eaters – savaged in his lifetime – to feature in exhibition

Daniel Boffey in Amsterdam

07, Oct, 2021 @9:00 AM

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