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Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Doron Langberg's intimate queer paintings to Marina Abramovic's cinematic opera

Ibrahim Mahama: ‘I use crisis and failure as the primary material in my work’

On the eve of a new London show, the Ghanaian artist discusses how he is turning a disused food silo in his homeland into a cultural centre

Young British artist Tunji Adeniyi-Jones paired with Duncan Grant for the Bloomsbury set artist’s first solo show since he died in 1978

Exhibition at Charleston farmhouse in East Sussex comes as White Cube gallery announces representation of the 28-year-old Brooklyn-based painter

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Julie Curtiss's hairy take on Seurat to Kapwani Kiwanga's dense and diasporic fibre installations

White Cube announces exclusive worldwide representation of Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi

British gallery will work in collaboration with the Noguchi Museum in New York

A brush with... Doris Salcedo

An in-depth podcast conversation on the artist's big influences, from Joseph Beuys to Paul Celan

Hosted by Ben Luke. Produced by Julia Michalska, David Clack and Aimee Dawson. With Henrietta Bentall and Kabir Jhala. Sponsored by

Can Paris snatch the art market crown from London?

The French capital seems resurgent, but other elements may intervene

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Turner’s take on the speed and horrors of the modern world to Ann Veronica Janssen’s playful, light-bending sculptures

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From Danh Vo's millennia-spanning pastoral show at White Cube to Abbas Zahedi's rosewater sprinkler system at South London Gallery

Tomorrow’s YBAs? White Cube launches series of online exhibitions by London art graduates

Gallery owner Jay Jopling says it is vital to support the next generation during such precarious times

White Cube launches £1.25m Covid-19 fundraiser with Harland Miller

Prints sell out in less than 24 hours as British artist reveals he contracted a mild form of the virus

Tracey Emin shares her lockdown life on Instagram

British artist says we need “all kinds of art in these scary times”


Anselm Kiefer on why size matters

On the podcast, we speak to the German artist about his new works inspired by String Theory, now on show at White Cube in London

Anselm Kiefer interview. Plus, New York auction 'gigaweek'

We talk to German artist Anselm Kiefer about his new works inspired by String Theory and ask expert Scott Reyburn why the art market is treading water. Produced in association with Bonhams, auctioneers since 1793

White Cube to open 'office and viewing rooms' in Paris

Launch is latest high-profile opening in the French capital pre-Brexit

Dóra Maurer: 'a lack of market was positive for my work'

White Cube announces representation of the Hungarian avant-garde artist with an exhibition of paintings from the past 30 years

Jeff Wall returns to his painting roots for new work in White Cube show

As his new exhibition opens in London, the conceptual photographer tells us about the Fauvist-like work and the theory behind it

Three exhibitions to see in London this weekend

From imperturbable colourful calm at White Cube Bermondsey to Mandy El-Sayegh's information overload at the Chisenhale Gallery

White Cube appoints Warhol expert Eric Shiner artistic director in New York

Is the London-based gallery growing its US team to open an exhibition space there?

From project space to mega dealer: Jay Jopling celebrates 25 years of White Cube

Hong Kong show features rarely seen archival material, while 23 artists have made new works for an exhibition dedicated to memory in London


Then & Now: boom, bust and rebirth of Damien Hirst

How The Art Newspaper has covered the artist's bullish decadence

Three to see: London

From the glitz and glamour of ocean liners to post-Brexit politics by the official election artist Cornelia Parker


Western perspectives on Hong Kong’s gallery scene: Interview with Graham Steele and Robin Peckham

White Cube’s Graham Steele and the US curator Robin Peckham discuss their new spaces in the Central district

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Bullets over Basel: Loud noise resembling gunfire alarms dealers

Criminal activity was ruled out when the sound was found to be the result of something being accidentally knocked over


Tate buys Charles Saatchi’s Chapman sculptures

The faux-ethnographic sculptures may be the gallery's most expensive contemporary art purchase

Interview with Jake Chapman: “Our hunger for Goya has not waned but our horizon has widened”

On the eve of the Chapmans’ first commercial show in three years, Jake Chapman talks to The Art Newspaper

“Our hunger for Goya has not waned but our horizon has widened”: Interview with Jake Chapman

On the eve of the Chapmans’ first commercial show in three years, Jake Chapman talks to The Art Newspaper

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The London latest: It’s art, but not as Beck’s intended it

A typo on their beer bottle turns it into an instant collectors’ classic


London aims to step into the big league

Dealers are planning new, original display techniques

Interview with Mona Hatoum: Pass the electric fork, please

The artist uses kitchen utensils and household objects to charge domestic settings with danger

Interview with Sam Taylor-Wood on glamour, drama, and trauma

The artist reflects on the combination of autobiographical content and common experience in her work

What's on in London: Pitching and catching at Lisson

Feverish visions at Coles and Tsingou, Childcare at Timothy Taylor and White Cube and the Russians are coming to Vilma Gold

Interview with Gilbert & George on originality and art: “Artists are very limited”

The duo dislike art that only the art world can understand and explain their campaign to be different


What's on in London: Tracey Emin builds a helter-skelter

Unsettling excesses at Stephen Friedman and various ponderings on places and no-places at Milch, Corvi Mora, Timothy Taylor and Emily Tsingou

Interview with Marc Quinn on moving away from his body

The artist talks about truncation in art and life as his show opens at White Cube2

What's on in London: Miro on Demand

Dresdeners at White Cube2, Anselm Kiefer at D’Offay

London galleries: The naked Cubes

Sadie Coles in an eastward position, the Lisson and Tim Taylor times two, photography at Frith Street and Maureen Paley, plus powerful juju at Anthony Reynolds

What's on in London: Sarah Lucas lights up and gets Freudian

Subconscious probings at the Lisson and Fa1, White Cube takes on a disquieting new talent and there are spots before the eyes at Victoria Miro

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What's on in London: the bawdy and the beautiful

White Cube and the Tate Gallery are showing Quinn's self-portraits as Annely Juda marks the end of WWII