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Antony Gormley: Blind Light

An important retrospective is at the Hayward Gallery, London, until 19 August. The work covers a wid...

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Allora and Calzadilla: Clamor

In England, during the early 1940s, there had been a real belief that a German attack was imminent, ...

Living, Looking, Making: Richard Serra and Others

The Gagosian Gallery in London is currently showing (until 19 May) a key exhibition of contemporary ...

Awakenings: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan

Awakenings: Zen Figure Painting in Medieval Japan, edited by Gregory Levine and Yukio Lippit, accomp...

James 'Athenian' Stuart

James 'Athenian' Stuart, who was born in 1731 and died in 1788, is a far less well-known figure in t...

MAD's Chief Curator Makes An Art of Making Connections

David Revere McFadden's career could function as a case study. With more than 35 years of experience...

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The Real World of Abstractionism: Arshile Gorky and the Supremacy of the F...

France annually celebrates a country with which it feels an affinity, and 2007 is the year of 'Arm...

Non-refusals in Rubbish: Return of the Rubbish Aesthetic

Refuse has become a key artist's material, as if it ever ceased to be. Today, Colombian artist Doris...

The Unknown Monet: Pastels and Drawings

'The Unknown Monet' is the first exhibition devoted to the pastels and drawings of Claude Monet. Eig...

Poets in the Landscape: The Romantic Spirit in British Art

The first works in this excellent exhibition revolve around William Hayley (1745-1820), a poet who t...

Sol LeWitt: the Mystic Conceptualist

Dutch video artist Aernout Mik is drawn to images of conflict and war. In his exhibition at Camden A...

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Camouflage

Camouflage is not a much-visited field in contemporary art. Yet it is described comprehensively and ...

Italian Paintings and Drawings: The Royal Collection

The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace has opened on 30 March an exhibition of Italian old master pa...

Andy Goldsworthy: Four Indoor Galleries and Open Air

Leading British land artist Andy Goldsworthy is helping the Yorkshire Sculpture Park mark its 30th a...

Jean Baudrillard: Vraisemblablement Mort?

Jean Baudrillard, the renowned French philosopher, passed away in March 2007. Baudrillard was someth...

Shifting Identities

Dutch video artist Aernout Mik is drawn to images of conflict and war. In his exhibition at Camden A...

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The Deformation Man: David Lynch's Chimerical Universe of Metamorphosis

David Lynch's productions are guided by the theme of metamorphosis. Beginning with his early works, ...

Performance and Play

The curators James Lindon and Erin Manns have taken the idea of the 'absentee performer' as a starti...

Apocalypse in Pink: The Work of Irene Barberis.

The role of faith in society and in art, has been addressed in numerous forms since the new mille...

Contemporary Artists Embrace a 'Radical' Tradition

In recent years, traditional handcrafts, particularly knitting, have experienced a boom and drawn a ...

Libeskind impacting Denver

Flying into Denver airport, the Rockies rise high in the distance, a constant reminder of the fronti...

Documenting the Obvious: Picasso and American Art

The story goes that in 1909 the minor American painter Max Weber, a friend of Gertrude and Leo Stein...

Alvar Aalto: Through the Eyes of Shigeru Ban

A retrospective exhibition of the architecture of Alvar Aalto in central London is extremely timely....

Home and Garden: Paintings and Drawings of English Middle Class Urban Dome...

On 20 February 2007, a remarkable exhibition opened at the Geffrye Museum in East London, accompanie...

Anish Kapoor: Artist of Smoke, Air and Space

Anish Kapoor is the man behind one of the most expensive public sculptures in the world - the US$23 ...

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The Possibilities of Paint: An Interview with John Zinsser by Cindi Di Mar...

For John Zinsser, painting and paint are more than a process and medium; they are his subjects. Duri...

Anselm Kiefer: Aperiatur Terra

Anselm Kiefer's London exhibition at White Cube, 'Aperiatur Terra', takes a quote from the Book of I...

Gilbert and George: Major Exhibition

Gilbert and George has arrived at Tate Modern (and not at Tate Britain, at their own insistence). Th...

In the darkest hour, there may be light: Works from Damien Hirst's murderm...

A range of symbols spring to mind when thinking about death: the hooded figure wielding a sickle, th...



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