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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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Sixties Iconoclastic Art and its Representation

The Sixties, arguably, has been the most idealised decade to emerge out of the 20th century. And, mo...

Martin Ramirez Masters the Secret of Time

The works of self-taught artist Mart...

A Singular Artist Brings a Singular Work to South America

Born in Bombay (Mumbai), India, in 1954, sculptor Anish Kapoor has lived in London since his youth. ...

Wrestling with the Angel in the Modern Age

For most of human history, art works were centred on the beliefs of a group and clearly expressed th...

Citizens and Kings: Portraits in the Age of Revolution 1760-1830

The Royal Academy of Arts is currently hosting 'Citizens and Kings: Portraiture in the Age of Revolu...

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Steven Holl: America's Best Architect

The USA has lately found and recognised the real successor to Frank Gehry in a new generation. This ...

China Power Station: Part 1

At Frieze Art Fair, Saskia Sassen spoke compellingly about how artists can find potential in underus...

William Roberts: England at Play

The new Pallant House Gallery was described and reviewed on this website in 2006. The magnificent Wi...

The Art of the Mise-en-Sc

Founded in 1947 by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, George Rodger and David Seymour, Magnum Photo...

Steven Campbell

The entire agenda for painting about landscape has shifted in the 21st century. Concepts and reading...

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Mediators and Messengers: Contemporary Art in the Landscape

The entire agenda for painting about landscape has shifted in the 21st century. Concepts and reading...

Douglas Gordon: Superhumanatural

The film and video artist Douglas Gordon had his first one-man exhibition in Britain at the Lisson G...

Art market trends

The Miami Art Fair has surely reached its zenith now that Karen Wright, the formidable Editor of Mod...

Architecture: Zaha Did It

The development of architecture specifically for cancer outpatient healthcare has been pioneered in ...

Brice Marden: A Retrospective of Paintings and Drawings

The work of American painter Brice Marden is currently showing in a major retrospective at the Museu...

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Tales of two cities: Berlin, Dresden

These are stirring times for architecture 'watchers' in Germany's two famous cities; Berlin, the cap...

Silence and Connection

The experience of being deaf was integral to the poignant portraits painted by John Brewster Jr. In ...

Beijing's 798 Art District

A decade ago, setting up radical art studios in the workshops of a largely abandoned military electr...

David Hockney Portraits

What an artist is trying to do for people is bring them closer to something, because of course art i...

Simply Artful, Simply Functional, Simply Droog

The word 'Droog' (pronounced 'droach' with a hard 'ch' as in the word 'loch') has a number of relate...

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David Smith: Personage

In a well-established American tradition of dedicated artists, David Smith the sculptor came to be l...

Treasures of the Ming Dynasty are Unearthed in Jingdezhen

In its recent exhibit of Ming Dynasty porcelains, the Arthur M Sackler Museum of Art and Archaeology...

Boom or clunk?

The latest press speculation that the National Lottery will be expected to transfer massive funding ...

Architecture in Scotland 2004-2006: Defining Place

'Architecture in Scotland 2004-2006: Defining Place' is both a book and an exhibition,1 the latter p...

Robert Rauschenberg: Combines

It was only a matter of time before the work of Robert Rauschenberg would again receive a star billi...

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Holbein in England

Hans Holbein the Younger was an artist and painter by profession, and a humanist intellectual by inc...

MoMA Sets An Eye On Europe

In any season, New York City is a magnet for anyone connected with the arts. On the roster for its f...

In the Playground of a Master Alchemist

Playful and provocative, whimsical and ironic - these are some adjectives that might come to mind wh...

Kandinsky: The Path to Abstraction

For decades, art history taught us that Kandinsky was the greatest pioneer of abstract art, the arti...



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