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The Art of Seduction

This book is the catalogue of the current Barbican Exhibition in London. It forms a substantial volu...

Architecture: London's new rail terminus at St Pancras

In the 18th century there lay just to the north of the burgeoning City of London, divided from the m...

Art and Survival: Patricia Johanson's Environmental Projects

The outstanding American landscapist Patricia Johanson occupies a unique position in American contem...

RB Kitaj

The recent death of Ron Kitaj has not been the subject of the attention that an artist of such talen...

Millais

The autumn grand exhibition at Tate Britain is on the work of John Everett Millais (1829-1896), prom...

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Sidney Nolan: A New Retrospective

This is the first major retrospective of Sidney Nolan's paintings since his death in 1992. It presen...

The painting of modern life

This is an outstanding international exhibition, dedicated to a significant section of contemporary ...

Frieze Art Fair 2007

In only five years, Frieze has gone from a standing start to being a major fixture in the art world ...

Artists imagine action to stimulate change

The Lisson Gallery in London took the phrase 'Imagine Action' as the title for its recent summer exh...

Matthew Barney: Drawing Restraint

When we speak of executing something - an article, a work of art, a musical composition - we speak o...

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Migrant architects from Britain: the RIBA Stirling Prize 2007

As we digest the results of the annual celebration of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIB...

Warhol: A celebration of life ... and death

From February 2007 through to September 2008 there have been over a dozen dedicated Warhol exhibitio...

Keith Arnatt: I'm a Real Photographer

Currently exhibiting at the Photographers' Gallery, Arnatt's work focuses mainly on images of waste....

The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2007

The Royal Academy in summertime is a national institution. As well as the Summer Exhibition this yea...

Faith, Narrative and Desire

The British Museum has taken the opportunity of the current celebration of 60 years of Indian indepe...

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Book review: Contemporary Garden Aesthetics, Creations and Interpretations

he expansion and enrichment of current discourse on the above subject has been notable where landsca...

Picasso in Edinburgh

Two exhibitions in Edinburgh this summer enable the public to view different aspects of work by Pabl...

BP Portrait Award 2007

When this annual exhibition was launched 28 years ago it suffered some hostile critical reception bu...

Mind and Body

Antony Gormley (b.1950) is best known for his massive sculpture Angel of the North (1998) and Field ...

Up Against Jeff Wall

The photography divisions of the major American art museums are currently besotted with glamour. The...

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Francesca Woodman

Francesca Woodman's photographs have consistently garnered critical attention since her premature de...

AfterShock: Conflict, Violence and Resolution in Contemporary Art

The imagery of violence is commonplace today. Hollywood torture films, videoed beheadings, coverage ...

Designing for a Change

The imagery of violence is commonplace today. Hollywood torture films, videoed beheadings, coverage ...

Eye-Music: Kandinsky, Klee and all that Jazz

Pallant House's current exhibition celebrates the way in which music sustained and inspired abstract...

Louise Nevelson: The Artist and the Legend

As an artist whose life coincided with the major historical events and artistic movements of the twe...

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Hélio Oiticica returns to London

The Brazilian artist H...

'Destricted': sex as performance art

The creators of 'Destricted' describe the production as a set of 'explicit films'. The seven short f...

How We Are

Right on time to contribute to the national discussion on what it means to be British, comes Tate Br...

Sharon Booma's Odes and Intimations of Immortality

The seductive allure of Sharon Booma's paintings defies description. Viewing one of the artist's oil...



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