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Elephant Issue #24 Out Now

What ever happened to Paris? Elephant's autumn issue delves into the French capital to speak to Annette Messager, Christian Boltanski, Daniel Buren, Valérie Belin, Mohamed Bourouissa, Phillipe …

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New works by Idris Khan

A Grey Bucket, 2015 C-Type Print mounted on aluminium

Victoria Miro are holding an exhibition of new work by Idris Khan in the artist's fourth solo presentation with the gallery.

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Carol Bove at David Zwirner London

Lingam, 2015 Petrified wood and steel

David Zwirner are holding the gallery’s first exhibition with Carol Bove. On view at their London location, it features recent works by the New York-based artist, known for her simple yet intricate …

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Anselm Kiefer at White Cube São Paulo

Freia's Garden 2013 Acrylic, emulsion, oil, shellac, metal, plaster, gold leaf, silver leaf, polystyrene, and sediment of electrolysis on photograph mounted on canvas

White Cube São Paulo are holding an exhibition of recent work by Anselm Kiefer. The paintings in this exhibition explore themes of history, politics and landscape and, in particular, the vision of …

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A new phase

Fiona Rae Drawing (figure 5b), 2014 Charcoal on watercolour paper

‘It’s funny’, laughs Fiona Rae, ‘only recently have I considered the idea of sketching. Before, every thought went straight onto the canvas. When I look back at my paintings now, the sketches …

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Sigmar Polke

"Untitled", 1990 Silver nitrate, silver bromide, silver sulphate, dammar on canvas

Head to Michael Werner Gallery, New York, for Silver Paintings by Sigmar Polke. This presentation is the first time since their debut, in 1990, that the Silver Paintings have been exhibited. The …

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2015 Triennial: Surround Audience

Triennial: Sound Performance

The Triennial’s predictive, rather than retrospective, model embodies the institution’s thirty-seven-year commitment to exploring the future of culture through the art of today. This third …

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Anish Kapoor at Lisson Gallery

Anish Kapoor Installation view Lisson Gallery, London

A radical return to painting marks this new solo show by Anish Kapoor, whose work continues to evolve, seduce and challenge, more than three decades since he first exhibited at Lisson Gallery.