Amy Sherlock

With the sad news of the passing of Betty Woodman, revisiting her interview where she talked about ceramic histories and modern painting

Steven Campbell, Two Men gesturing in the landscape each with the Chin of Joan Sutherland (detail), 1984, 2.9 x 2.9 m. Courtesy: © The Estate of Steven Campbell and  Marlborough Fine Art, London, U

Marlborough Fine Art, London, UK

Founders of the Book Society in Seoul, Helen Ku and Lim Kyung Yong, talk about the origins of their bookshop and publishing house

Illustration by Lauren Rolwing

Our complex relationship to the world's oceans 

Hercules Florence Épreuve no.°2 (photographie), Ensemble d’étiquettes pour flacons pharmaceutiques (Print no. 2, Photography. Set of Pharmacy Labels) c.1833. Photographic copy of pharmacy labels obtained through direct contact with photosensitive paper under the action of sunlight, 22 × 20 cm. Courtesy: Instituto Moreira Salles Collection, Rio de Janeiro

The remarkable story of Hercules Florence and his pharmacy labels 

‘Discrepancies with G.G.’, 2017, exhibition view at Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm. Courtesy: the artist and Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm; photograph: Jean Baptiste Beranger

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Influence and innovation in the sculptures of Leonor Antunes

The third of our editors’ impressions from Kassel, Amy Sherlock on the works housed in the exhibition’s ‘off-sites’

The second in our series of daily reports from Venice, more of the best National Pavilions in the Giardini

The final part in a series of our editors’ initial impressions from documenta 14 Athens, Amy Sherlock on the fourth and largest of the main venues

Jacqueline de Jong, rue de Charonne, Paris, 1965. Courtesy: the artist; photographer unknown

From the banal to the brutal to the beautiful, the work of the Dutch artist is a reminder to never stop being disobedient

The quietly violent works of Alexandra Bircken

On the occasion of two UK solo exhibitions, the British artist reflects on the art and events that have shaped her career