Skulptur Projekte Münster 2017

Since 1977, the internationally orientated Skulptur Projekte Münster has been taking place at regular ten year intervals. This year, it returns with a stunning selection of artists, installations and workshops in Münster. 

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Object Lessons: An exhibition made for looking at objects made for knowing

George Loudon’s private collection of unusual, often bizarre 19th century life science teaching objects are now on display at the UK’s largest university museum, Manchester Museum.

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Degree Shows Guide 2017

Degree Show season is upon us and the UK's top art and design colleges offer an insight into the brightest new talents at work.

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14 Must-See Shows Opening this Spring - New York

New York art world is hot in spring, showcasing the best of what the city’s contemporary art scene has to offer. Here’s our handy guide featuring 14 unmissable shows opening this season.

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Must-see shows during Gallery Weekend 2017

This weekend sees Berlin’s galleries showcasing the best of what the city’s contemporary art scene has to offer.

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Art to See in Brussels

New artistic director of Brussels' off-fair Poppositions Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk shares his exhibition highlights during Brussels Art Week.

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Art Bunnies

When we set out to create a practical guide to contemporary art exhibitions and events, the idea of an “art rabbit” came up in a conversation about myriad voices and fast-spreading phenomena. 

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Art to See in New York and London

Contemporary art can be baffling. Our new book Who’s Afraid of Contemporary Art? offers insights into today’s art scene, cutting straight to the questions that matter. 

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teamLab. Transcending Boundaries

teamLab's digital wonderland at Pace London is coming to an end this weekend. The show was sold out within a few days; thanks to Pace London for fitting us in. This is what you've missed.

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