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Sculpture

Ahead of the Italian artist’s show at Raffaella Cortese, Milan, a look at his ideations of suffering and injustice

By Ara H. Merjian

At Pioneer Works, Brooklyn, the Dutch artist’s dystopian grandeur forces us not just to think about the industrial condition, but actually feel it

By Glenn Adamson
Oliver Beer, Household Gods (Grandmother), 2019, 16 vessels. All images courtesy: the artist and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris/Salzburg/London

In the lead-up to his solo show at The Met Breuer, Oliver Beer talks to Jennifer Higgie about the artists, writers and composers who have shaped his thinking 

By Jennifer Higgie
Visitor at Frieze Los Angeles 2019. Photo: Mark Blower. Courtesy: Frieze/Mark Blower

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The Frieze Projects artist discusses her practice

‘His work resembles a world from which the humans have departed; all that remains are the mute plastic things, marked with purposeless love’

By Wayne Koestenbaum

The Athens-based artist discusses how desire figures in her new film, the relationship between writing and images and the influence her home city has on her practice

By Quinn Latimer

The second edition – Michael Dean, Mona Hatoum, Phillip Lai, Magali Reus and Cerith Wyn Evans – pits old guard against young guns

By Hettie Judah
Jack Whitten, Delta Group II, 1975, acrylic on canvas. Courtesy: the MET and © Jack Whitten / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

New York

6 Sep
2 Dec

The legendary sculptor and performance artist talks liquid sculpture, the politics of dance and the liberating qualities of nylon hosiery

By Osei Bonsu

London

26 Sep
6 Jan
Heidi Bucher, Kleines Glasportal, Bellevue Kreuzlingen (Small glass portal, Bellevue Kreuzlingen), 1988, installation view. Courtesy: Estate of Heidi Bucher and The Approach, London; photograph: Robert Glowacki

London

19 Sep
9 Dec