Still from Bruce Conner's 'Crossroads' (1976)

Bruce Conner: It’s All True, Museum of Modern Art, New York — review

MoMA’s show celebrates a complicated genius

Danny Lyon's ‘Crossing the Ohio River, Louisville’ (1966). Courtesy Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York
©Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York

Danny Lyon: Message to the Future, Whitney Museum, New York — review

The photographer comes across as a workmanlike documentarian

Kader Attia’s ‘J’Accuse’ (2016)

Political art: Kader Attia at MMK, Frankfurt

The French-Algerian artist alternates between politics and poetry

Oriental Poppies 1927 Georgia O'Keefe
©Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum

Georgia O’Keeffe at Tate Modern

The museum’s retrospective is a once-in-a-generation chance to explore the great American modernist’s work

Wang Yuyang’s ‘Identity’

A Beautiful Disorder, Cass Sculpture Foundation, West Sussex, UK — review

A show of Chinese art that addresses displacement and transience

Amazon (2016)
©Andreas Gursky

Snapshot: Amazon (2016) by Andreas Gursky

The German photographer’s depiction of the indoor landscape of an Amazon warehouse

Stuart Davis (1892–1964), Swing Landscape, 1938. Oil on canvas, 86 3/4 x 173 1/8 in. (220.3 x 400 cm). Indiana University Art Museum; allocated by the U.S. Government, commissioned through the New Deal Art Projects. © Estate of Stuart Davis/Licensed by VAGA, New York

Stuart Davis, New York — ‘Soul-warming’

The spiritual father of Pop Art at last gets his due

David Hockney in his Studio, Los Angeles March 1st 2016 © David Hockney Photo Credit: Jean-Pierre Goncalves de Lima
©Jean-Pierre Gonçalves de Lima

An interview with David Hockney

His new portraits began as a response to personal tragedy, the artist tells Jackie Wullschlager

Martin Creed's ‘Half the Air in a Given Space’. Photo: James Ewing
©James Ewing

Martin Creed: The Back Door — ‘Nauseating and dull’

The British artist continues to spin a career out of shallow gestures in his New York show

From Jeremiah Quarshie’s ‘Yellow is the colour of Water’ series
©Gallery 1957

The art of Ghana

African art has a vibrant local scene and is gaining prominence around the world

Louis Stettner at the Centre Pompidou

A major retrospective hopes to seal the American artist’s reputation as one of the greats

Moholy-Nagy: Future Present, Guggenheim Museum, New York — review

A surprisingly endearing show of the Hungarian-born artist’s work

Photography: Jacques Henri Lartigue

What inspires a novelist to co-curate a show on the French artist? William Boyd talks snapshots and stories

Podcast: is music streaming making us better listeners?

Lorien Kite discusses this and more with Spotify’s Will Page and FT pop critic Ludovic Hunter-Tilney

Modernist terrain: Roberto Burle Marx

A retrospective in New York celebrates the many talents of the Brazilian artist and landscape designer

Sight Reading, New York — ‘Amiably discursive’

A fascinatingly eclectic survey of photography

Peckham’s car-park arts hub works on so many levels

Bold Tendencies is making the most of its limited lifespan

Stubbs and the Wild, Holburne Museum, Bath, UK — preview

The British artist was far more than just a horse-painter

Mona Hatoum, Tate Modern, London, review — ‘Triumphant’

The artist’s show expresses the terrible beauty of unbelonging

Carmen Herrera, Lisson Gallery, New York — ‘Purity of line and vision’

The centenarian painter creates fiercely-edged geometric works

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