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Mona Hatoum: Poetic and Political, Tate Modern, London

As one of the most important artists of her generation, Mona Hatoum withholds important political sentiments and a poetically charged oeuvre.

Mona Hatoum: Tate Modern

Known for her large-scale installations and sculptures which challenge the formal languages of Minimalism and Surrealism in order to expose a world characterised by conflicts and contradictions, the work of Mona Hatoum will be presented by Tate Modern this year.

Mona Hatoum, Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires

Fundación Proa, Buenos Aires, enlisted the help of video and installation artist Mona Hatoum in the curating of this small exhibition of the artist’s works from the 1980s to the present day.

Review: Mona Hatoum, Reflection at Chantal Crousel Gallery, Paris

Mona Hatoum mentions that one the excitements of being an artist is not knowing where you will find a new exhibition. However, Reflection at the Parisian Chantal Crousel Gallery marks 20 years of their enduring collaboration.

25 Years of British Art

New Contemporaries continues to play a key role in art from the UK: a story of towering medicine cabinets and potent portraits of identity.

Artists of Tomorrow

New Contemporaries has played a key role in British art since 1949. In a challenging year, their mission is perhaps more important than ever.

Connection and Identity

Bloomberg New Contemporaries returns for 2020 with a new digital platform. Kirsty Sim’s images explore the effects of mass media on culture.

10 Quotes: Contemporary Artists

Aesthetica compiles insights from 10 leading names working today – exploring the importance of creativity, and what “art” means to them.

Perception of Time

“Being placed into suspended animation has meant that, time becomes an elastic concept.” We interview White Cube about their latest show.

Tate: Art Online

As Tate’s galleries are currently shut, Aesthetica highlights five online collections to enjoy and explore from your home.

5 to See: This Weekend

Seminal female artists, powerful social themes and the next generation of talent come together in this weekend’s top international exhibitions.

New Contemporaries

Bloomberg New Contemporaries returns for 2019, highlighting the next generation of contemporary visual artists in an expansive show.

5 to See: This Weekend

New exhibitions span from the mid-20th century to today – charting shifting approaches to street photography, sculpture and the role of the lens.

Changing Definitions

Sculpture’s new talents consider the boundaries of the medium and its environmental impact, working with data and electricity, metal and sound.

Global Perception

A new Minimalism exhibition in Singapore brings together artists from around the world as part of a wider global dialogue around the movement.

5 to See: This Weekend

From innovative 21st century software to pioneering post-war photography, shows opening at the end of October hold up a mirror to society.

Enduring Imagery

Space, Light and Time: Edward Woodman, A Retrospective foregrounds enduring images of 20th century artworks from renowned artists.

5 to See: This Weekend

This weekend’s key exhibitions respond to a fast-paced digital world through otherworldly installations, architectural surveys and video works.

Multilayered Practice

A new book published by Yale University Press tracks the groundbreaking work of contemporary artist Mona Hatoum.

Vibrant Approaches

In an accelerating landscape, fresh ways of understanding the world become important. Bloomberg New Contemporaries offers insight.