Sorry for suffering – You think I’m a puppy on a picnic? (1990), Lee Bul. Twelve-day performance at Kimpo Airport, Narita Airport, downtown Tokyo and Dokiwaza Theater.

The monstrous bodies of Lee Bul

A survey of the Korean artist’s work reveals a fascination with the fragile boundary between beauty and horror

10 Jul 2018
I Want My Time With You (2018), Tracey Emin.

Tracey Emin airs her feelings at St Pancras station

Boundaries between the personal and the political are broken down in Emin’s new public artwork

2 May 2018
Installation view of ‘Richard Serra: Rifts’ at Gagosian, Grosvenor Hill, London, 2018.

On reading the Rifts of Richard Serra

The artist’s monumental drawings challenge the viewer to discover unexpected details in their pitch-black surfaces

11 Apr 2018
Meeting You Halfway II (2009), Anthony McCall. Installation view, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, 2009.

Light, fire and smoke – an interview with Anthony McCall

Anthony McCall talks about sculpting with materials such as light and fire – on view in Wakefield and London

1 Mar 2018
Experiments in Black and White XIII - Richmond South Africa (video still; 2014), Neville Gabie.

The patient precision of Neville Gabie

The South African artist has made a virtue of taking his time to make slow but rewarding films and performance pieces

19 Jan 2018
'Leonor Antunes: the frisson of the togetherness', installation view at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. Photo: Nick Ash

History lessons with Leonor Antunes

A new site-specific work at the Whitechapel reminds us of overlooked women artists

13 Dec 2017