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Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties

The exhibition includes 138 paintings, sculptures and photographs by 67 artists produced between 192...

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Edvard Munch, L'oeil moderne

The Pompidou's Munch retrospective entitled L'...

The Steins Collect. Matisse, Picasso and the Parisian Avant-Garde

When Leo Stein settled in Paris in late 1902 it was with the same romantic intention, as so many bef...

The Mystery of Appearance: Conversations Between Ten British Post-War Pain...

Contemporary online art journal with reviews, analysis and comment...

Pipilotti Rist – Eyeball Massage

Once upon a time there was a girl called Elisabeth Charlotte Rist who was born in the Alps of Switze...

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Giorgio Vasari: Dessins du Louvre

This winter, in celebration of the five hundredth centenary of Giorgio Vasari's birth, the Louvre op...

Can Architects Draw? Architects Sketchbooks

This extensive compendium reaches for a definition of this fundamental process and mental tool avail...

Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan

According to the famously unreliable Giorgio Vasari, when Leonardo...

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Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven

This winter, The Dulwich Picture Gallery takes us on a tour of the seductive world of Canada...

Antony Gormley

Sculpture studios are particularly fascinating places: factory-like yet traditional in terms of mate...

Reality and Romance

Iconic images of war and martyrdom present very different sides of the same coin...

Andrew Antoniou: Theatre of Chance and Enchantment

Andrew Antoniou's recent exhibition at Australian Galleries, Sydney shows his enduring fascination w...

Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper

Throughout his career, Robert Motherwell (1915...

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Rachel Howard: Folie à Deux

Rachel Howard is not an artist to shy away from heavy subject matter; sin, suicide, madness, the fra...

Colour and Substance

the Poussin Gallery...

Gerhard Richter: Panorama

The enigma of Gerhard Richter is not here resolved by Tate Modern...

Power of Making

A life-size crocheted brown bear (crochetdermy = due to it resembling taxidermy), a cross-stitched w...

The Spirit of Tariki Visits New York

Fibre is any material that helps to form a connection. It has wide applications in science and indus...

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From Timbuktu to Shangri-La

Now that the Alexander McQueen...

John Martin: Apocalypse

John Martin: Apocalypse, at Tate Britain is the largest display of his work in public since 1822. In...

A Futuristic Architectural Movement from the Past Speaks to the Present

At a critical moment in urban architectural history, the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo considers the dist...

Post Office or Postmodern? Postmodernism: Style and Subversion, 1970-1990

'The design for the extension to the National Gallery, London, when finally won in competition by Ro...

From Neon to New Order. Postmodernism: Style and Subversion, 1970-1990

'Some of the best postmodernists are modernists on a holiday from orthodoxy' claimed Charles Jencks,...

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Marius Bercea

Since the Prague Biennial in 2007, when the term ...

Barry Flanagan: Early Works 1965

Sculptor Barry Flanagan (1941...

Rothko in Britain

One would not expect an Abstract Expressionist artist to uphold this sentiment;...



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