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Book review: Projects in China: Architects Von Gerkan Marg and Partners

The Hamburg originated architectural practice von Gerkan Marg and Partners are long established in G...

Review: Andrea Palladio: His Life and Legacy

It is significant that this exhibition at the Royal Academy in London originated in Vicenza (Palazzo...

Book review: The Truth about Babylon: Babylon Myth and Reality

The exhibition Babylon: Myth and Reality rightly seeks to demonstrate and display the truth about th...

Book review: New Orleans 1867. Photographs by Theodore Lilienthal

The publication covers the New Orleans photographs by Theodore Lilienthal mostly made in 1867. The w...

Richard Serra in London

Richard Serra’s 2008 Exhibition at Gagosian gallery, which closed just before Christmas, showed th...

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Book review: John Wolseley: Landmarks II

English-born, John Wolseley had attended St Martin...

Book review: California Video: Artists and Histories

This sumptuous volume from the Getty Research Institute forms a landmark event in the history and do...

Mark Rothko: The Retrospective

Although 2008 does not mark a centennial birth date or major anniversary in the career of one of the...

Book review: Gerhard Richter. Paintings from private collections

Reviewing the catalogue is to appreciate a valuable tool to understanding the more salient tendencie...

Francis Bacon at Tate Britain

Francis Bacon (1909-1992) at Tate Britain heralds the artist...

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A Creative Transatlantic Tango Shapes the Modern World: Paris/New York, 19...

The Museum of the City of New York is highlighting one of the most fascinating instances of artistic...

The House Of Books Has No Windows

Canadian artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller like telling stories. The narrative impetus p...

A maturing craft becomes art: Japan Society's Joe Earle discusses the new ...

The first bamboo basket maker known to have signed his work, Hayakawa Shôkosai, was born in 1815. F...

Roger Hiorns: Seizure

Harper Road is an unremarkable south London street, flanked by the blocks of large post-war housing ...

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

In an exhibition at the Haunch of Venison, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer explores the way the viewer is able ...

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Gerhard Richter

The paintings of Gerhard Richter were first exhibited in Britain as part of the official 1970 Edinbu...

Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China

Established in 1928, the China Academy of Art is the first comprehensive art academy in China commit...

Aboriginal Women as Ambassadors of Art and Culture

The story of the Australian Aboriginal batik projects in five distinct desert communities in the 197...

Robin Rhode. Who Saw Who and Through the Gate

Robin Rhode is charting new ground as a talented, mixed-race South African artist, who pushes the bo...

Cold War Modern

It seems incredible that the battle to win people's hearts and minds during the cold war that divide...

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Mark Rothko: the 'end of philosophy, the beginning of art'

The current exhibition at the Tate Modern enables Studio International to focus on the critical and ...

Book review: The Diary of Charles Holme's 1889 Visit to Japan and North Am...

In December 1888, a small group of British travellers set out for Japan via the Middle East. The par...

Utopia: the genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye

The exhibition 'Utopia: the Genius of Emily Kame Kngwarreye' at the National Museum of Australia in ...

Two seekers of light - Ammi Phillips and Mark Rothko - meet in Manhattan

Pairing artists from different centuries who had, seemingly, diverse aims and ambitions - one a majo...

Book review: The revision of the modern: seeking the real narrative

Sadly, this important study was published just before the author's untimely death earlier this year....

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Medium or rare: the art-market grill

It has been a curious coincidence that the extraordinary Damien Hirst sale took place just before gl...

Nine Green Bottles: 'Giorgio Morandi, 1890-1964'

The exhibition now opened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art displays over 100 works by Giorgio Moran...

Book review: Sir John Vanbrugh: Storyteller in Stone

A new biographical study of the architect Sir John Vanbrugh (1664-1726) is most timely. The historic...

To Die For, images of Castle Howard on a certain day

'To Die For' at Castle Howard in Yorkshire presents 13 large photographs by Nick Howard taken in 99 ...



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