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Yinka Ilori: Parables for Happiness review – the brighter the better
Flamingo-pink playgrounds, morale-boosting billboards… the designer transforms places with bold, playful colour, as explored in a new show

Rowan Moore

25, Sep, 2022 @10:00 AM

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Marina Abramović’s Gates and Portals review – why surrender your liberty to these wafer-thin ideas?
The artist is not present in her latest show. Instead, visitors are shuffled about by volunteers trained in her Method, with a hint of Blair Witch ritual

Jonathan Jones

23, Sep, 2022 @3:00 PM

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A wave of Korean art, the sound of Turner and Freud goes to the races – the week in art
The V&A’s new show is a dazzling historical remix, Tate Liverpool sets an English master to music, while Lucian Freud’s love for the turf is revealed – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

23, Sep, 2022 @1:23 PM

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Brad Pitt makes surprise debut as a sculptor at Finland art gallery
Actor appears with Australian musician Nick Cave and British sculptor Thomas Houseago to reveal his first public art exhibition

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

20, Sep, 2022 @2:30 PM

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Maria Bartuszová review – a world of misshapen planets and alien art forms
The Prague-born artist, who made wildly experimental art under the nose of the communist authorities, began casting her weirdly entrancing sculptures from children’s party balloons

Jonathan Jones

20, Sep, 2022 @6:01 AM

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Utopian cities, medieval manuscripts and a queen in mourning – the week in art
One of Britain’s earliest artworks goes on show in Newcastle while the Design Museum is looking to the future and there are surreal sculptures in London

Jonathan Jones

16, Sep, 2022 @11:00 AM

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The Lindisfarne Gospels review – was Eadfrith the monk Britain’s first great artist?
This mind-bending illuminated manuscript was created in AD700 by Eadfrith, a monk who was as entranced by pattern and abstraction as Jackson Pollock

Jonathan Jones

14, Sep, 2022 @4:12 PM

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So Richard III was a good guy? Really? The Lost King: Imagining Richard III – review
Its standout exhibit is Paul Delaroche’s painting of the two princes the monarch jailed awaiting death. Why does this vogue-ishly pro-Richard show, a tie-in with the Steve Coogan film, place a question mark over it?

Jonathan Jones

07, Sep, 2022 @1:29 PM

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Snakes, scrolls, swinging from chandeliers: how Carolee Schneemann transformed art
She staged an event even Duchamp said was messy, filmed herself having sex, unrolled a script from her vagina – and took art away from canvas and into the stuff of life itself

Stephanie LaCava

06, Sep, 2022 @3:48 PM

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K-everything: the rise and rise of Korean culture
From music to film, technology to food, the world has fallen in love with everything South Korean. Tim Adams visits Seoul in search of the origins of hallyu – the Korean wave

Tim Adams

04, Sep, 2022 @7:00 AM

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Redrawing the lines: Temporary Atlas on the myths around maps
With its collection of sculptural and personal works from around the world, a new exhibition is spotlighting the way in which maps reflect the people or corporations who create them

Hattie Morrison

29, Aug, 2022 @7:00 AM

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The Lebanese House; Shattered Glass of Beirut; Maurice Broomfield: Industrial Sublime – review
In all their ruined glory a Beirut house and ancient glassware are recreated or restored, two years after the city’s devastating port explosion. Plus, a magnificent snapshot of postwar Britain’s industrial might

Laura Cumming

28, Aug, 2022 @12:00 PM

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