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Tracey Emin and William Blake: Shared Concerns

Tate Liverpool demonstrates similar thematic concerns, spirituality, birth and death, in the work of two prominent artists from disparate times.

Review of Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure is You

This exhibition is – as it always has been –all about Tracey. But it is about a mature Emin who has absorbed the ravages of time and embodied them in a new materiality. Somewhere beneath the layers of gouache, Mad Tracey from Margate is lurking.

Tracey Emin: She Lay Down Deep Beneath the Sea, Turner Contemporary, Margate

On the edge of the South East coast, a small seaside town is welcoming back its most famous daughter, Tracey Emin. Banners from her last visit still adorn Margate: “Welcome Home Tracey!”

Love Is What You Want: Tracey Emin, Hayward Gallery, London.

Review by Jareh Das Tracey Emin’s extensive solo presentation at London’s Hayward Gallery is an exhibition which may conjure some scepticism. Emin is an artist…

Louise Bourgeois & Tracey Emin @ Hauser & Wirth, London

Review by Laura E. Barone, a candidate for the MA in Art History at Richmond the American International University in London. Louise Bourgeois and Tracey…

British Art Now

British Art Fair has acted as an annual launchpad for myriad household names over the past three decades – from post-war artists to the YBAs.

30 Years in the Art World

In 1990, the art world was entering a new era. As Pashmin Art Consortia celebrates its 32nd anniversary, we look back at this period of change.

The Power of Illumination

In Italian artist Marinella Senatore’s radiant installations, green, red, blue and yellow bulbs form intricate grids and decorative motifs across London.

A Life Re-enacted

In the Santa Barbara series, Diana Markosian draws on autobiography, mixing fantasy and reality. But what motivates such work? Who is it for?

The Magic of Neon

Human beings have always been fascinated by light: from the sun, stars and moon to twinkling LEDs, glowing signage and even UFOs.

Art on the Airwaves

We preview five of the most exciting contemporary art podcasts, from deep dives into the lives of women artists to 20th century sculpture.

The Story of Self Portraits

For Renaissance artists, the mirror was “a teacher.” Natalie Rudd looks at the story of self-portraiture, from early pioneers to contemporary work.

10 Quotes About Creativity

Be inspired by global artists and photographers. Read powerful statements from Ai Weiwei, Kara Walker, Georgia O’Keeffe, Alexander Calder and more.

Heritage and Landmarks

Mat Collishaw has become a master of lens-based media, making reference to scientific and natural worlds through striking photography and video.

K Eliza

K Eliza’s abstract approaches unearth and release deep-rooted emotions as part of a cathartic process of the rebirth of the self.

Empowering Voices

At a time when museums and galleries are closed, we must find new ways of connecting to the arts. One such example is Dior Talks – a new podcast.

Mirroring Today

Frieze London returns to Regent’s Park for 2019. Aesthetica navigates this year’s expansive programme, selecting must-attend events.

Creative Catalyst

Parkett is now opening the doors to the small museum of contemporary art formed by the rarely seen creations of the more than 270 artists.

Creative Regeneration

Public artworks offer opportunities for cultural engagement and social exchange. Folkestone Artworks offers 15 new installations for 2019.

RCA Secret: Promoting Creativity

Royal College of Art’s annual fundraising show returns, offering viewers the opportunity to own artwork by a variety of renowned practitioners.