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Songlines: the Indigenous Australian exhibition preserving 65,000 years of culture
With epic pieces that take in creation myths and spread ancient knowledge, this exhibition has taken Australia by storm and is now in the UK

Nicholas Wroe

25, Oct, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Indigenous Australia, holograms and the Beano – the week in art
An epic collection of Indigenous paintings and objects arrives in the UK from the Museum of Australia, while radicals from Picasso to Dennis and Gnasher are breaking all the rules – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

22, Oct, 2021 @3:45 PM

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He’s a poet and the FBI know it: how John Giorno’s Dial-a-Poem alarmed the Feds
After receiving hundreds of thousands of calls, the poet’s project almost broke the New York telephone exchange – leading to an FBI investigation. Will it cause similar chaos in the Instapoet era?

Ralf Webb

18, Oct, 2021 @7:00 AM

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Madrid exhibition reimagines Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights for digital age
Triptych’s 21st-century variations comment on technology, consumerism, sex and the planet

Sam Jones in Madrid

18, Oct, 2021 @6:00 AM

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‘The empire strikes back’: lauded Australian show begins European tour
Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters, featuring Indigenous cultural works, comes to Plymouth

Steven Morris

17, Oct, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Anicka Yi’s Turbine Hall commission; Sutapa Biswas, Lumen – review
The Turbine Hall has been turned into a mesmerising giant aquarium, while colonial history spools into the present in Biswas’s wise, poetic retrospective

Laura Cumming

17, Oct, 2021 @12:00 PM

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Noguchi review – the sculptor who was high on life
What unites the Japanese American sculptor’s all-embracing work – the art, the furniture, the ballet sets – is his sheer joy of making

Rowan Moore

17, Oct, 2021 @10:00 AM

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From stargazing with the Mabo family to colonial artefacts, reappropriated: inside Tarnanthi 2021
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Festival puts the colourful and the uncomfortable of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art on show

Walter Marsh

15, Oct, 2021 @7:00 PM

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Frieze, phones and avant garde fashion – the week in art
The Frieze art fair is in full swing in Regent’s Park, Martin Boyce is on the blower in Glasgow and Lucy McKenzie is playing tricks on the eye in Liverpool – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

15, Oct, 2021 @3:42 PM

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The life less ordinary of artist Laura Knight
From painting nudes at a time when it was forbidden to sleeping among the troops in both world wars, the vitality of her work makes her still strikingly relevant

Lara Feigel

14, Oct, 2021 @7:00 AM

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From concealed penises to Barbra Streisand: how Frieze got its mojo back – review
After decades of fun, noise, fame and money, the London art fair has found its soul. But there’s still plenty of outrage and sleaze at the grown-up Frieze

Jonathan Jones

13, Oct, 2021 @4:57 PM

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K-boom! How the unstoppable stars of K-pop went gunning for the art world
First came K-cinema, then K-pop and K-TV. Now South Korea’s young stars are conquering the world with K-art. But what do their dark visions say about their nation’s psyche – and ours?

Stuart Jeffries

13, Oct, 2021 @5:00 AM

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