Wednesday, 14 July 2010 15:16

OMA Book Machine

Two milestones for OMA’s mammoth publishing output: a second Gulf survey and a tribute at the AA.

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Thursday, 08 July 2010 15:49

Richard Hamilton

The godfather of British pop art feverishly mixes and remixes images until their meaning changes into something shockingly new.

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Thursday, 08 July 2010 15:47

Quarantine

Bill Millard investigates an idea-rich exhibition on the spaces we build to contain what terrifies us.

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Thursday, 08 July 2010 15:45

Feelings Are Facts

Olafur Eliasson and Ma Yansong’s smoke-filled room in Beijing sends Johanna Agerman on a journey of blind, misplaced faith.

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Thursday, 08 July 2010 11:21

Crash

The Gagosian has gathered the art world’s great and good in tribute to the late author JG Ballard.

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Friday, 16 April 2010 09:05

Contemplating the Void

It’s all "me me me" at the Guggenheim, as the museum asks artists and architects how they might fill the emptiness in its heart. Mimi Zeiger takes a look.

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Friday, 09 April 2010 02:00

Star City

Nottingham Contemporary probes the space race in the imagination of communist Europe.

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Friday, 26 February 2010 15:42

Decode

The V&A’s “digital design sensations” are a fun afternoon and not much else.

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Friday, 29 January 2010 11:59

Design USA

A 10-year survey of American design at the Cooper Hewitt, New York, highlights its commercial colours.

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Friday, 15 January 2010 14:13

Tim Burton

MOMA’s blockbuster on the gothic filmmaker packs in the material and oozes style, but is there anything else to it? Scott Geiger paid a visit.

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Friday, 08 January 2010 10:50

First Works

The AA brings together the debuts of the starchitects – can it offer any pointers to today’s young practices? Geoff Shearcroft looks for tips.

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Monday, 21 December 2009 10:22

Thomas Demand

Germany’s complex national psyche is explored with paper and scissors in Thomas Demand’s searching show, says Sophie Lovell.

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Thursday, 17 December 2009 14:35

Bunker

Robert Kusmirowski's sinister installation feels more than just historical.

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Wednesday, 16 December 2009 15:58

Sensate

A show that blurs body, furniture and space unnerves and delights Tania Ketenjian.

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Wednesday, 16 December 2009 15:41

Lapse In Time

At Experimenta, one show promised a radical agenda. It got halfway, says Justin McGuirk.

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Tuesday, 15 December 2009 16:59

Bauhaus: A Conceptual Model

This monster show celebrating the 90th birthday of the seminal modernist institution does a fine job of identifying its importance and probing its legacy, says Daniel Miller.

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Monday, 14 December 2009 16:32

Futurism

In its effort to reclaim futurism as a serious school of painting, the Tate has jettisoned some of the best bits, says Owen Hatherley.

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Friday, 11 December 2009 10:57

Ed Ruscha

It’s hard not to see this seminal artist’s work as a celebration of ephemeral America – but these days its glamour is less obvious.

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Friday, 18 September 2009 11:02

Telling Tales

The V&A’s exploration of fantasy and fear in contemporary design is light on comforting bedtime stories and heavy on anxiety.

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Tuesday, 18 August 2009 13:15

Frank Lloyd Wright

The life's work of Frank Lloyd Wright gets somewhat lost in the monumental ramped space of his masterpiece - but his relevance is still clear, says Alex Pasternack.

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