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Thomas Hirschhorn‘s between-world

Celebrated Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn has transformed the main exhibition space of the South London Gallery into a ruin, making engagement unavoidable

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The National stop time

I’m not sure how long I’ve been sitting and watching The National perform their three-minute-and-twenty-five-second song for, but it feels like forever

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A Long Way Down:
Carsten Höller

Carsten Höller’s Decision features slides, roaming beds, and a pills that drop from the ceiling

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Alex Frost
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find common ground

Two exhibitions are opening at either end of the 63 route. The first is a retrospective. The second is an outcome.

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Bedwyr Williams: tearing through art’s facade

Sanctuary came in an unlikely place; tucked out of the way, apart from the hustle-and-bustle of the Giardini, was the Welsh Pavilion

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Cian Oba-Smith:
Bike Life

There’s something bubbling in the industrial estates of London

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Theaster Gates: Freedom Of Assembly

Theaster Gates is about reactivation.

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Marc Quinn: History Painting

The 51-year-old British artist’s first solo Berlin exhibition consists of a series of tapestries, several paintings, and a bronze sculpture

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Studio 89 to release series of limited edition prints

The underground disco are set to release a range of iconic artwork