Louise Bourgeois’ Maman (1999) outside the Tate Modern in London.
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In this instalment of our fantasy art travel series, Jen Webb yearns to revisit London, a special aunt and a very big arachnid.
Time/Timeless/No Time (2004) by Walter De Maria.
The Chichu Art Museum, on the Japanese island of Naoshima, is a breathtaking place to rethink the relationship between nature and people.
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A more intimate connection with the details of migrants crossing the Mediterranean can happen through art.
La Palma, 2014 © Wolfgang Tillmans
Exploring the role and limits of photography is a task that appears all the more relevant in the era of fake news.
Helen Marten © Tate
Helen Marten, this year’s winner, has revealed a sense of something progressive and pioneering.
Dumile Feni’s ‘African Guernica’ - charcoal on paper.
‘African Guernica’ is an incredibly powerful work of art in many ways, importantly filling that space between the visible and the visible.
Here’s how some of the world’s oldest cultural institutions are using drones and 3D printing to bring their collections to life.
This much space? We should be so lucky.
It’s billed as a five-star, must-see, once-in-a-lifetime experience. And tickets for the exhibition of Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at Tate Modern are already selling fast. Advance booking is recommended…