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Wolfgang Tillmans: A Photographer at Large

Wolfgang Tillmans as photographer/printmaker is the perfect antidote to the framing of the world, to...

Beauty that is Always Strange. Dead or Alive, Museum of Arts and Design, N...

The proliferation of Japanese-style comics (manga), rapidly expanding international audiences for th...

Joseph Beuys 40th anniversary journey

No journey with Richard Demarco would be complete without reference to Joseph Beuys, an artist whose...

Francis Alÿs A Story of Deception

As curator Mark Godfrey guides us through Francis Al...

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ARCHITECTURE + CERAMICS = SCULPTURE

Nicholas Rena’s monumental, eloquent ceramics are exhibited alongside the painting of Matthew Smit...

Paintings Past and Present from the New English Art Club

The current show traces the evolution of the New English Art Club from its foundation in 1886 to the...

The architecture of hope: Maggie’s cancer caring centres

The Maggie’s Centres are a remarkable, altruistic phenomenon, something all too rare in the archit...

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Fra Angelico to Leonardo: Italian Renaissance Drawings

Andrea del Verrocchio’s, Head of a Woman (1470s) advertises the Italian Renaissance Drawing exhibi...

Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is Present

The proliferation of Japanese-style comics (manga), rapidly expanding international audiences for th...

Anticipating Avatar?

This timely exhibition reminds us how prodigiously his work then developed, and deals with his sculp...

John Baldessari: Pure Beauty

1970 was something of an annus mirabilis for John Baldessari, the so-called Godfather of Conceptuali...

A little Madness in the spring. Emily Dickinson's Garden: The Poetry of F...

In any season, a visit to the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG) provides ample glimpses of nature...

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Jerwood Contemporary Painters

Now in its final year, Jerwood Contemporary Painters opens a window on to the diverse practice of 24...

Rubens, Van Dyck and Flemish Art

This important exhibition in Stockholm was only made possible in its present superlative achievement...

Frances Walker: Works on Paper

Three exhibitions have been staged to mark the 80th birthday later this year of one of Scotland...

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George Gittoes: Descendence stories, from Night Vision, The Diaries

Artist and film-maker, George Gittoes has shown new paintings the Descendence series (2009...

Book review: A Year in Architecture

This is an exceptional publication unique as such in the architectural lists and part of a series of...

Book review: George Barbier: The Birth of Art Deco

An apt setting for the first major exhibit covering Art Deco designer George Barbier's full range of...

Graphic Heroes, Magic Monsters: Japanese Prints by Utagawa Kuniyoshi from ...

The proliferation of Japanese-style comics (manga), rapidly expanding international audiences for th...

Book review: Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage. By ...

Published to accompany a travelling exhibit originating at the Art Institute of Chicago in fall 2009...

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Henry Moore

The late, much lamented Paris-based English sculptor Raymond Mason (see obituary, 28 February, 2010)...

Book review: Brunelleschi, Lacan, Le Corbusier

Subtitled Architecture, Space and the Construction of Subjectivity, this book is an important new ad...



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