Susan Philipsz

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Siberian warriors and a Christmas cracker of surrealist fun – the week in art
The Natural History Museum has a whale of an exhibition, a Games of Thrones world comes to life at the British Museum and Susan Philipsz finds her voice

Jonathan Jones

22, Dec, 2017 @12:00 PM

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The best art shows this Christmas
From Dalí’s religious hallucinations and Waqas Kahn’s Sufic mysticism to Susan Philipsz’s take on Bowie’s Starman, here are five exhibitions to revive your spirits in the event of a mince pie meltdown

Jonathan Jones

03, Dec, 2017 @6:00 AM

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Susan Philipsz: A Single Voice – sci-fi sound and emotional mystery
The Turner prize-winner’s hypnotic new installation uses a camera, a violinist and a series of speakers to shed a wondrous light on music’s science and sorcery

Jonathan Jones

22, Oct, 2017 @2:00 PM

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Opera in space, Russia after the revolution and Wim Wenders' snaps – the week in art
Wenders bears all via Polaroid, Susan Philipsz strands some astronauts, and Rebecca Warren puts the quirk in Cornwall – all in your weekly dispatch

Jonathan Jones

13, Oct, 2017 @10:56 AM

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Dalí, Duchamp, Basquiat and beards: the best art of autumn 2017
Modigliani seduces, the Turner hits Hull, Rebecca Warren shakes up St Ives – and Gilbert and George have a close shave with facial hair – we pick the season’s most eye-popping art exhibitions

Jonathan Jones

18, Sep, 2017 @5:00 AM

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Birmingham to get £2m singing clock at site of planned HS2 station
Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz will create work after being named winner of Birmingham Big Art Project contest

Mark Brown

18, Apr, 2017 @5:45 PM

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Susan Philipsz' War Damaged Musical Instruments review – as uplifting as it is painful
A bugle from the Battle of Waterloo, a tuba from the trenches ... the Turner prize-winning artist marks the first world war centenary with a mournful soundwork in which instruments salvaged from battlefields play The Last Post

Adrian Searle

20, Nov, 2015 @5:19 PM

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Audrey Hepburn, Damien Hirst, and the return of Athena – the week in art
The screen beauty’s blockbuster show is strangely unrevealing, as Hirst turns his hand to curating, and the poster powerhouse of kitsch is back online

Jonathan Jones

03, Jul, 2015 @1:59 PM

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Don't call Glasgow's contemporary art scene a miracle

Glasgow has produced three of this year's Turner Prize nominees, and several previous winners. Moira Jeffrey is not surprised

Moira Jeffrey

10, May, 2014 @7:00 AM

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Sound artist Susan Philipsz puts the FBI under surveillance

The 'Karl Marx of music' was banned by the Nazis, tapped by the FBI and wrote scores for Charlie Chaplin. In her first major show in Berlin, the Turner prize-winner explores Hanns Eisler's life, times and suspected crimes, writes Adrian Searle

Adrian Searle

26, Feb, 2014 @3:23 PM

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Germany: land of artists, low crime and the spirit of rock music

With its economy powering ahead, Germany is acting as a magnet for people from across Europe. We asked three high-profile immigrants to explain what it was like to make Germany their home – and how the country has met their expectations

18, Sep, 2013 @2:03 PM

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Hear hear: Artangel sound art comes to Radio 4

At 9.02am every morning this week, Radio 4 listeners have been surprised by strange aural happenings. John O'Mahony asks leading sound artists if their work is moving closer to the mainstream

John O'Mahony

28, Mar, 2013 @7:00 AM

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