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Our Time on Earth review – ear-splitting obstacle course of barmy solutions to the climate crisis
Whether pondering dinner with pests, reinventing myself as a vegetable or being deafened by a waterfall that sounded like industrial machinery, this hectic show made me want to flee

Adrian Searle

24, May, 2022 @1:50 PM

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‘It’s so joyful and full of promise’: a modernism exhibition aims for hope
At a new exhibition at the Whitney in New York, a look back at early 20th-century modernist art offers optimism and also a rare diversity

Veronica Esposito

24, May, 2022 @7:01 AM

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Cornelia Parker review – the redemptive art of making something out of nothing
The artist transforms things unnoticed, or barely there, into a poetry of objects in this superbly curated retrospective

Laura Cumming

22, May, 2022 @12:00 PM

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Harry Kane exhibition aims to spur children on to success
Family photos, personal items and sporting memorabilia to go on display at Museum of London

Hibaq Farah

21, May, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Jesse Darling: Enclosures review – part public toilet, part CCTV-infested hellscape
Using clay, porcelain and a plethora of surveillance cameras, the artist explores how our bodies are forced to submit to state control

Hettie Judah

18, May, 2022 @4:07 PM

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‘I’m very conscious of art-washing but we have to bloody well do something’: the show tackling air pollution
From a 1661 pamphlet imploring action on smog to works by Tacita Dean and Dryden Goodwin, In the Air gives artistic form to the stuff we draw into our lungs

Patrick Barkham

18, May, 2022 @9:01 AM

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Madrid show explores graphic art’s role as tool of resistance in Latin America
Graphic Turn: Like the Ivy on a Wall at Reina Sofía looks at calls for social justice and responses to repression

Sam Jones in Madrid

17, May, 2022 @4:28 PM

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From Dover’s cliffs to degraded porn: the astonishing alchemy of Cornelia Parker – review
This fabulous survey of her 40-year career has everything from soiled hankies to exploding sheds, as well as a vampire-like Margaret Thatcher – confirming Parker’s genius for finding poetry in the world around us

Adrian Searle

17, May, 2022 @3:24 PM

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Glyn Philpot review – a master portraitist’s secret gay passion
Bright young things, acrobats, party people and portraits of young Black men populate this rewarding and complex show of work by a rediscovered British artist of the 1920s and 30s

Hettie Judah

16, May, 2022 @11:55 AM

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Radical Landscapes review – consciousness-raising from the ground up
Gainsborough’s Mr and Mrs Andrews sit pretty alongside Greenham Common barbed wire in this instructive if not quite groundbreaking roam around the contested land and landscapes of Britain

Laura Cumming

15, May, 2022 @12:00 PM

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Crumpled trumpets and state-sponsored psychedelia – the week in art
Cornelia Parker is crushing it at the Tate, the artist better known as Vic Reeves exhibits his moving bird paintings, and Jake and Dinos Chapman split up

Jonathan Jones

13, May, 2022 @11:07 AM

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Artist who ‘reclaims black experience’ wins Deutsche Börse photography prize
Judges praise Deana Lawson’s images, which depict familiar domestic scenes containing an unsettling element

Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent

12, May, 2022 @7:00 PM

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