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Claudia Andujar: The Yanomami Struggle at Barbican - review

These stunning photographs reveal a precious yet threatened world but they cannot avoid being in conflict with themselves

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Guerrilla Girls interview: still bananas for equality in the art world

The veteran feminist art activists are kicking off their biggest UK project to date

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Charlotte Perriand: 7 things to know about the pioneering designer

The Design Museum’s new show puts an influential but little-known Modernist designer firmly in her place as one of the most influential of the era

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Serpentine Pavilion 2021 review: an inclusive space full of ideas

The youngest architect to design the annual showcase has created a structure that reaches out to London

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From your home to theirs: inside the Museum of the Home’s £18m refurb

With a new name and look, east London’s Museum of the Home wants us all to think deeper about where we live

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Rubens: Reuniting the Great Landscapes at Wallace Collection review

This small but significant show reunites two major late works by the painter which show just how happy he was in his retirement

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JR at Saatchi Gallery: the stories behind the shots in his own words

The celebrated street artist takes us behind the camera

By JR
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Estuary 2021: A stretch of land and sea rich with stories to tell

From identity to climate change, this huge festival dives deep into the history of the Thames Estuary

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Epic Iran at the V&A review: five millennia of glittering culture

This stunning exhibition aims to shed a light on the Iran that we rarely see - a rich and diverse civilisation that has survived and thrived for thousands of years

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Nero: The Man Behind the Myth review: the other side of the coin

Though it studiously ignores some of the genuinely sensational detail, this revisionist show about the notorious Roman emperor is stuffed with fantastic objects

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Epic Iran at the V&A preview - the true story of a crucible of culture

The gulf that exists presently between Iran and the West is arguably a good reason for putting on this enlightening show

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Heather Phillipson Tate Britain Commission review: Bonkers. I love it.

The Fourth Plinth artist’s immersive installation for the Duveen Galleries is full of ideas and absolutely crackers

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Sneakers Unboxed, Design Museum review: Step into a world of obsession

From cultural identity to ecological impact, there’s more to these shoes than you might think

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Tracey Emin on life after cancer and living with a disability

She’s gone from enfant terrible to grande dame of art and now, as her dream exhibition reopens, the artist is making the most of it

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Thomas Becket at British Museum review: this story still resonates

The life and death of this great Londoner makes for a must-see exhibition at the British museum

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Yayoi Kusama - 8 things you need to know about the queen of polka dots

She’s Instagram’s favourite artist, but her life story is fascinating too - brush up on Kusama ahead of her Infinity Mirror Rooms opening at Tate Modern

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The Making of Rodin at Tate Modern review: a master of modernity

This new show that focuses on Rodin’s plaster casts reminds us just how pioneering he really was

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David Hockney’s exhibition of iPad paintings is deeply unsatisfying

The inadequacies of the technology he’s using for these works are compounded by their enlargement for this Royal Academy show

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Be still my beating art! Our critic’s first week back in the galleries

It’s been months since he saw an artwork in real life and he’s definitely got something in his eye

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Love’s Labours Found review - a small but beautifully formed show

This bijou but fascinating show reveals advances in scholarship that promise more to come

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Matejko’s Copernicus - the Polish master crossing borders 148 years on

Unseen here before, a masterpiece coming to the National Gallery sheds divine light on a section of European painting little known in Britain

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Frank Walter at David Zwirner review: A show to soothe your mind

These remarkable works evoke the light and heat of Walter’s home country with wonderful sensitivity

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Illuminated River: artist Leo Villareal on lighting up the Thames

Taking a stroll along the Southbank this week? Be sure to stay until dusk