Royal Academy of Arts

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Souls Grown Deep Like the Rivers: Black Artists from the American South review – hardwon labours of love
Conjured out of found objects, plant juice, even dirt, the work of 34 Black artists from the American south is jubilant, defiant, awkward, profound – and innately free

Laura Cumming

19, Mar, 2023 @1:00 PM

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Souls Grown Deep Like the Rivers review – art of poverty and resilience from the US south
This moving show considers the wealth of inventive and influential work by African American artists from communities that remained in southern states after the civil war

Ashish Ghadiali

14, Mar, 2023 @2:39 PM

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Anthony Green obituary
Artist who mined the domestic details of his family life in unsettling works that he described as ‘rather like a strip cartoon’

Charles Darwent

01, Mar, 2023 @4:59 PM

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Richard Verdi obituary
Other lives: Professor who helped to open up the art collections of the Barber Institute to the public of Birmingham

Roger Neill

16, Feb, 2023 @7:12 PM

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Bath’s slavery past, an exiled Iraqi and Britain’s first celebs – the week in art
Early photographs are put in the frame, Günther Förg revels in colour, Alberta Whittle probes Bath, and sculptor Barbara Chase-Riboud gets an extended run

Jonathan Jones

30, Jan, 2023 @11:21 AM

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Jenkin van Zyl on his death-defying art: ‘Setting myself on fire was idiotic. But the shot is amazing’
He makes films filled with gore, monsters and bizarre fetishes and looks like Mr Tumnus at a techno club. Could this prosthetics-wearing, jockstrap-clad raver be the UK’s most exciting new artist?

Hettie Judah

23, Jan, 2023 @5:00 PM

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Spain and the Hispanic World review – a New Yorker’s treasures
The pick of Manhattan’s Hispanic Society Museum & Library, including masterpieces by Goya, El Greco and Velázquez, have been loaned to the UK for an unmissable show

Laura Cumming

22, Jan, 2023 @1:00 PM

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Spain and the Hispanic World review – royals, chinchillas, bullfights and blood
A beautiful Velázquez, fascinating maps, glazed pottery from Muslim craftsmen … US collector Archer Huntington amassed stupendous works – but is there more to this show than the spoils of one man’s grand tour?

Adrian Searle

17, Jan, 2023 @5:08 PM

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The best art and design shows to visit in 2023
Queer Renaissance sculptor Donatello, Marina Abramović, David Hockney and a long-delayed mega-museum in Manchester – your art-design to-do list for the year ahead

Adrian Searle, Jonathan Jones and Oliver Wainwright

27, Dec, 2022 @6:00 AM

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He shoots, he scores! Artists capture the lost history of English football – for £1.5m
A collection of artworks not seen in public before depicting the beautiful game in England is about to go on sale

Richard Brooks

27, Nov, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Making Modernism review – four female trailblazers up close and personal
Intimate and exquisite revelations from Paula Modersohn-Becker, Käthe Kollwitz, Gabriele Münter and Marianne Werefkin are constrained by gallery space

Laura Cumming

13, Nov, 2022 @1:00 PM

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Making Modernism review – the genius of Käthe Kollwitz stands out like a raw wound
This badly mistitled survey mistakenly pitches a selection of German expressionist women as revolutionaries – with one timeless exception

Jonathan Jones

09, Nov, 2022 @3:59 PM

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