Collaged graph paper, ink and pigment floated on glass, coloured masking tape, embroidered wool, and several videos, are just some of the great variety of media – as well as of course the humble pencil on paper – that make up the 73 drawings shortlisted for the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize, on show until 30 October at the Jerwood Space near Tate Modern.Read more
Hilma af Klint (1862-1944) was an artist ahead of her time, whose spiritual practice took her art into new territory as one of the earliest abstract painters. This year a touring exhibition and a presence at the Venice Biennale have cast fresh light on this enigmatic figure, as Gill Crabbe finds.Read more
A large dark spherical vessel, blackened in firing and encrusted in parts on its surface, shines almost pale with reflected light in an illuminating exhibition of Moon Jars at the Korean Cultural Centre, London.Read more
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