Painting

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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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Ken Howard obituary
Popular and prolific painter who described himself as ‘the last impressionist’

Charles Darwent

21, Sep, 2022 @4:20 PM

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William Kentridge review – the sound and the fury
Forty years of work whirl before us, the violence of apartheid, inequality and brutality underpinning it all, as Kentridge’s drawn images merge into animations, filmed performance and sculpture

Adrian Searle

20, Sep, 2022 @5:32 PM

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‘The comedy was a distraction’: Jim Moir on leaving Vic Reeves behind to paint rocks all day
Edging away from the spotlight as a comedian, Moir has devoted himself to painting birds, rocks and punch-ups in dinghies. Is he one of Britain’s most prolific artists?

Andy Welch

20, Sep, 2022 @9:18 AM

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Tim Feasey obituary
Other lives: Artist who created intimate, intense works and curated a wide variety of exhibitions and events

Rodger Brown

19, Sep, 2022 @12:39 PM

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Frank Auerbach: how artist drew himself for Covid ‘plague years’ drawings
The renowned British artist found inspiration in his own features after the pandemic left him without sitters

Dalya Alberge

18, Sep, 2022 @9:00 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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Lowry’s Going to the Match expected to fetch £8m at auction
Painting done in 1953 of crowds outside Burnden Park being sold to raise money for footballers’ charitable foundation

Harriet Sherwood Arts and culture correspondent

14, Sep, 2022 @5:00 AM

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‘High octane visions’: the blurred, distorted genius of photographer William Klein
He captured the energy of New York’s streets, revolutionised fashion photography, then made savage, censored films about the west. His scope, imagination and influence were simply immense

Diane Smyth

13, Sep, 2022 @4:31 PM

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Folio from ‘world masterpiece’ illuminated manuscript goes up for auction
Section of the Shah Tahmasp Shahnameh is expected to fetch between £4m and £6m at auction next month

Sarah Shaffi

13, Sep, 2022 @1:00 PM

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‘Like being beaten with a bat’: Georg Baselitz on eye-opening art – and his true feelings about female painters
Now in his 80s but as fiery as ever, the German provocateur talks about his pride at being a ‘degenerate’ artist, painting his wife nude – and revisits his assertion that: ‘Women don’t paint very well’

Jonathan Jones

12, Sep, 2022 @9:48 AM

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Carolee Schneemann: Body Politics; Marcus Coates: The Directors – review
Schneemann’s personal life is almost as freely displayed as her genitals in a six-decade retrospective of her fiercely divisive work. Elsewhere, Coates channels the voices inside other people’s heads

Laura Cumming

11, Sep, 2022 @12:00 PM

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