Email Artswrap on Twitter Artswrap on Facebook

Adrian Searle

Steve McQueen makes voyeurs of us all

Whether he's wrestling another man naked or prodding at Charlotte Rampling's eyes, McQueen's art - on show in Switzerland in his biggest ever show - is always in your face The rooms are full of people, on-screen and off, behind the camera and in front of

Laure Prouvost seduces Whitechapel

The artist talks to Adrian Searle about winning the Max Mara art prize for women - and how to taste sunshine Adrian Searle Cameron Robertson

Dorothy Iannone: art's original bad girl

Decades before Tracey Emin was commemorating her conquests on canvas, American artist Dorothy Iannone was baiting the censors with sexually explicit work celebrating her life and loves. But her art is more about candour than coitus In painting after pain

Roy Lichtenstein: too cool for school?

Roy Lichtenstein deflated the macho mystique of American art and produced some of the most recognisable work on the planet. But does he go any deeper than surface gloss? Adrian Searle joins the dots at a new Tate Modern retrospective Whaam! goes the pain

The Bride and the Bachelors: delighting in Duchamp

The Barbican hosts a miraculous show examining the fruitful relationships between Cage, Johns, Rauschenberg, Cunningham and the French master Reading this on mobile? Click here to view video The word "NO" dangles on a wire tacked to the front of a bea

Philippe Parreno on The Bride and the Bachelors at the Barbican - video interview

The French artist talks to Adrian Searle about summoning the ghosts of artists such as John Cage and Jasper Johns at London's Barbican centre Adrian Searle Cameron Robertson

Rosemarie Trockel at the Serpentine: life, the universe and everything

Rosemarie Trockel's new show is teeming with stuff: a sleeping baby, glass jellyfish, an orangutan's paintings. Adrian Searle salutes the German artist's breadth and wit

Around Mark Wallinger's Labyrinth

Mark Wallinger unveils the largest art commission ever for London Underground's 150th anniversary Adrian Searle Alex Healey

Artist Bruce Nauman's carnage-littered carousel will blow your mind

Brutal yet beautiful, a new exhibition at Hauser & Wirth in London gives Nauman's artworks a psychoanalytic twist Reading on a mobile? Watch video here Animal parts, flayed hounds and chopped-up deer turn on Bruce Nauman 's carousel in endless chase.

The Hayward's new Light Show

This dazzling, frazzling light show takes visitors to the moon - and beyond. It's a bit like being punched in the face, warns Adrian Searle Tall columns of light are pulsing and throbbing, brightening and dimming in accordance with messages dictated duri