William Kentridge has been experimenting with materials and storytelling since the 1980s. Here’s everything you need to know about the South African artist.
Are you the sort who goes to a calligraphy party and comes home with a raging hangover, or are you more likely to nip down the road for a seance with friends?
Think you know Bacon? Here’s our guide to the life of the 20th-century master.
Annette Fernando – a first-time exhibitor at the Summer Exhibition – talks us through her work, ‘Stop being so damn understanding’ which is so intricate, it’s often mistaken for a photo.
Artist Michael Armitage paints on a material called Lubugo, which is made by the Baganda people of southern Uganda. Discover how Lubugo’s crafted, and how Armitage incorporates its imperfections into his work.
From Francis Bacon’s eerie reflections on man and beast, to South Africa’s most celebrated living artist William Kentridge, our 2022 programme gives everyone something to look forward to.
A designer of decorative furniture and Modernist architecture, Eileen Gray found recognition aged 94. Here’s our guide to the life of this overlooked master, and her infamous seaside villa, E-1027.
Zip around this year’s Summer Exhibition from the comfort of your phone and sample the myriad ways artists are responding to climate change, sustainability, identity politics – and teacakes.