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Speaking at the show, Kentridge emphasized the studio as “a machine for working but also a subject,” which it often historically was. In this age of digital nomads, sites of creativity are often a ...

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Over the years, 60 Canadian artists have won the honour of showing their work in a small, angular, wood-and-glass pavilion that sits on the end of the Venice lagoon.

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Paris-based, Canadian artist Kapwani Kiwanga draws on her anthropological training for pieces that criss-cross a multitude of mediums at the Venice Biennale 2024. From performance and embroidery to...

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Kapwani Kiwanga talks to Ben Luke about the cultural experiences that have shaped her life and work.

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Walk into the Whitechapel Gallery and you are plunged straight into a bar. The bottles are lined up and mirror balls dangle overhead. A tango plays and a couple are on the dancefloor. What begins t...

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Writing on the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, in a review for The Guardian seven years ago, Adrian Searle spoke of a surface that “gives the world it reflects (and swallows) a kind of hard, filmic ...

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Curating, simplified to its barest bones, is an act of pairing. But is it meaningful to see an Angolan artist and a Saudi-Palestinian artist use a similar methodology to discuss distinct political ...

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Turn from a drab east London street into the Whitechapel Gallery and instantly Zineb Sedira makes you feel like a movie star. Dreams Have No Titles, her marvellous immersive exhibition of films, st...

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Presence is persuasion, and for more than a decade Chilean-born artist Alfredo Jaar has been an irrefutable presence in South Africa. The respect he has long commanded elsewhere has been achieved l...

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Artist Zineb Sedira records cultural and postcolonial connections between Algeria, France, Italy, and the UK from the 1960s, featuring films, rugs, and radical magazines from her personal archive. ...

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The exhibitions have been installed. The artists have arrived. The city of Venice is prepared to welcome throngs of visitors from across the world.

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Zineb Sedira talks to Ben Luke about her influences—from writers to musicians, film-makers and, of course, other artists—and the cultural experiences that have shaped her life and work.