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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 ...

Phyllis Lambert and the Canadian Centre for Architecture

Phyllis Lambert is now in her 81st year and her long life is particularly associated with two buildi...

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Museums in the 21st century

The Louisiana Museum in Denmark offers a quiet, liminal space for contemplation, isolated from every...

Richard Demarco, Edinburgh International Festival, 2008

It may be a product of age or lack of funding and proper premises but, whatever the reason, Richard ...

Tracey Emin: 20 Years

'Tracey Emin: 20 Years' at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is, in spite of her fame, the...

Foto: Modernity in Central Europe, 1918-1945

This exhibition reaches Edinburgh during the Edinburgh Festival of Art, having travelled via three U...

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Richard Hamilton: 'Protest pictures'

Inverleith House is located at the centre of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh. At one time it ...

About a wall: Hadrian at the British Museum

'Hadrian: Empire and Conflict'
British Museum, London
24 July-26 October 2008...

A Runaway Girl at Home in New York: Louise Bourgeois at the Guggenheim

Louise Bourgeois, a travelling retrospective marking the artist's nearly 100 years of living and mor...

William Kelly - Artist as Peacemaker

American-born Australian artist and human rights advocate, William Kelly first visited Australia on ...

Art, Consciousness and Other Intractable Problems

'Neuroscience is emerging as one of the grand belief systems informing the imagination of artists an...

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Chantal Akerman

What is it to perceive time? For some, to be temporally aware is to observe the changes in states or...

Robin Hood, Robin Hood

One of the important architectural icons of the 1970s is, by popular consent, now due to be demolish...

Cy Twombly: Cycles and Seasons

The opening of Callimachus's 'Hymn to Apollo' as translated by Lombardo and Rayer. The god, patron o...

The Hanging Gardens of Colas: Bernard Lassus

In 2008 Bernard Lassus finally completed his major project for the company Colas. Now this achieveme...

A Maltese Celebration: Architecture into Art

Richard England, now seventy years of age, is a totally indigenous Maltese architect of internationa...

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'Poet of Light' Vilhelm Hammershoi: The Poetry of Silence

The exhibition of the work of the Danish artist Vilhelm Hammershoi (1864-1916), entitled 'The Poetry...

Book review: Photo Art: The New World of Photography

This work, which originated with the Cologne publisher DuMont Buchverlag in 2007, is an invaluable a...

Architecture Not Now

As we approach the second decade of the turbulent 21st century, the level playing field sought by bo...

Psycho Buildings at the Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery, London, under director Ralph Rugoff, has organised another trailblazing exhibit...

Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life in Vienna 1900

To celebrate 2008 as European Capital of Culture, Tate Liverpool is presenting the first, 'comprehen...

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Book review: Fold out futures

Dr Irene Barberis teaches and researches at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. She has recentl...

Arthur Watson: poetic conceptualist

The work of Arthur Watson plays an important role in contemporary Scottish art. Characterised by a '...

Photographing Nepal from the Inside Out

On 14 March 2008, the Rubin Museum of Art, a venue dedicated to Himalayan arts and culture, opened t...

An Englishman in Tasmania - Nicholas Blowers

Nicholas Blowers was born in Chelmsford, England in 1972. He studied locally, and then Fine Art at S...



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