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Obituary: Raymond Mason

The sculptor Raymond Mason has died, aged 87, on 13 February in Paris, where he had worked for 64 ye...

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Petra: Rock City of the east

Richard England recently visited Petra. Here he eulogizes on the unique harmonious relationship betw...

Pierre Soulages

Pierre Soulages did not begin with giant monochromes, but with smaller works, in which the play of i...

Book review: Architecture in Times of Need. Make it Right. Rebuilding New ...

This volume represents a unique documentation of an aid venture led by actor/philanthropist Brad Pit...

Sargent, Sickert & Spencer

Despite their reputations as three of England...

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Art Bin: Landyfill

Since emerging from Goldsmiths at the beginning of the last major recession, Michael Landy has pursu...

Book review: Ben Johnson. Foster in View

This volume is a rare compendium and covers primarily the growing success of the painter Ben Johnson...

Book review: Passion City: STraum a. Landscape Architecture

The authors of this book are the landscape design practice STraum a. based in Berlin. Kristin Feirei...

Beth Fisher: Grisaille Legacy

Beth Fisher: Grisaille Legacy at The Royal Scottish Academy this January is an exhibition of monumen...

A Human Museum Without Walls. Bigger, Better, More: The Art of Viola Frey

Now at its third stop, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City, the multi-city exhibit ...

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Book review: Maker of Dreams, the Mother of them All. Madeleine Vionnet, ...

Since the 1939 closing of her maison, Vionnet has been eclipsed in fashion histories by more colourf...

Andrzej Jackowski: The Remembered Present

Andrzej Jackowski is known for his poetic reveries of dispossession, epic scenes of trees floating a...

Crazy God. Photographs by Yvonne De Rosa

A psychiatric hospital in Southern Italy is the subject matter of Yvonne De Rosa...

Less and More – The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams

The exhibition, Less and More - The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams, at the Design Museum in London is t...

Inscription: drawing, making, thinking

Inscription: drawing, making, thinking is the fourth of Jerwood...

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ARC: I Draw for You

Drawn Together is a London-based group of artists (Maryclare Fo...

Conceptual drawing: recent work by Bernhard Sachs, Mike Parr, Greg Creek a...

In a global context drawing exists irrespective of cultural identity. It is a basic human instinct t...

Hitting a Wall, Finding a Shape: An interview with Gary Hill

Using a curious Internet nickname that plays with a literary reference used in his work, pioneering ...

Gary Hill: Poetics Beyond the Third Dimension

If a word is worth 0.001 pictures, as stated at the entrance of American artist Gary Hill...

A New Look for a New World. Art Deco Complete: The Definitive Guide to the...

After turning the final page in Art Nouveau and Art Deco authority Alastair Duncan's weighty guide t...

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GSK Contemporary, Earth: Art of a changing world

The Royal Academy in London, joining with sponsors GlaxoSmithKline, opened this new exhibition on 3 ...

Eva Hesse: Studiowork. Camden Arts Centre, London 2009

Currently showing at the Camden Arts Centre are a number of experimental objects or works-in-progres...

Pop Life: Art in a Material World, Tate Modern, London 2009

Tate Modern, London
1 October 2009–17 January 2010

by SAM ROSE...

Book review: Dangerous Women: The Perils of Muses and Femmes Fatales

Dangerous Women: The Perils of Muses and Femmes Fatales by Laure Adler and...

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The Sacred Made Real, National Gallery, London

Spanish art of the mid-17th century achieved a level of naturalism, which in some respects was quite...

New Contemporaries 2009

A global recession and faltering art market did not make 2009 a great year to wriggle free of the ar...

Lucy Stein: Creemie Myopic Fables/Group Show: Purpling

In her third exhibition at Gimpel Fils, Lucy Stein...



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