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Rosalind Nashashibi at her exhibition ‘An Overflow of Passion and Sentiment’ in the National Gallery, London

Spanish pointers – Rosalind Nashashibi at the National Gallery

During a residency at the gallery, the artist has made works inspired by the drama of Spanish Golden Age painting

23 Dec 2020
(detail; 2020), Rosalind Nashashibi.

Rosalind Nashashibi: An Overflow of Passion and Sentiment

The National Gallery’s first artist in residence presents works responding to the museum’s Spanish Golden Age paintings

27 Nov 2020
Installation view of 'Vivian Suter: Tintin's Sofa' at Camden Arts Centre, 2019.

Force of nature – the weathered canvases of Vivian Suter

Vivian Suter’s paintings, on show at Camden Arts Centre, are marked by the elements of the rainforest where she works – as well as by her dogs’ paws

17 Feb 2020

Bristol’s Arnolfini to receive £1.8m investment from Arts Council

Plus: Michael Rakowitz wins 2020 Nasher Prize for Sculpture | Rosalind Nashashibi announced as National Gallery’s first Artist in Residence | and Eva Langret named artistic director of Frieze London

4 Sep 2019
Lubaina Himid's work at the Turner Prize 2017 exhibition in Hull. Apollo magazine.

A quiet but powerful Turner Prize

The four artists shortlisted this year tackle ideas about rootlessness and belonging in a series of understated works

28 Sep 2017
Lubaina Himid, one of two nominees for the 2017 Turner Prize who would not previously been eligible for the award.

Shortlist for 2017 Turner Prize showcases older artists

Plus: Police say terrorist suspect planned to target art collective | Alex Katz painting stolen from Munich gallery | and Dan Byers appointed director of Harvard’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts

3 May 2017

Art Outlook: 20 November

News from the art world: art awards, auction records, and a royal stamp of approval

20 Nov 2014