Norway’s top art prize brings the focus back home
The four artists shortlisted for this year’s Lorck Schive Kunstpris all find ways of challenging local artistic traditions
Staring at the zeitgeist
August Sander’s photographs and Otto Dix’s paintings take an unflinching look at Weimar Germany
The importance of South Africa’s craft traditions
This survey of the history of South African art needs to pay more attention to the country’s craft traditions
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The Swedish painter wasn’t a pioneer, she was an anomaly
Manchester’s love letter to the machine age
A show inspired by Alan Turing probes our fascination with technology in a city of industrial importance
More sensual than a Campbell’s soup can: the collages of Tom Wesselmann
Tom Wesselmann’s collages show that Pop Art could have a more voluptuous – and thoughtful – side.
Public art, private funds: can Oslo learn from Christian Ringnes’ sculpture park?
Changing Norwegian attitudes to privately-funded art
Carol Bove’s art relies on the gallery for conceptual clout
Context is everything: and without it, her work looks a lot like design
‘Provisional painting’ or ‘slacker abstraction’? Christian Rosa at White Cube
Rosa’s work embodies a particularly nonchalant branch of contemporary culture
Pure abstraction: ‘Sotto Voce’ and the appeal of the abstract white relief
London’s Dominique Lévy Gallery looks again at the 20th-century trend
Community conscious? ‘Cotton to Gold’ explores industry and philanthropy
Lancashire collections in London
What are the challenges facing young artists today?
Creative freedom, but limited resources: starting out in the art world can be a blessing and a curse