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Go Figure! Contemporary Chinese Portraiture

Go Figure! is a two location exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Portraiture, drawn from the Uli Sigg...

Luc Tuymans: Allo! David Zwirner’s new London space

What better way to inaugurate American gallerist David Zwirner’s new London space (his first Europ...

Innovating with the old – Frieze Masters 2012

Frieze Art Fair is now more than just one of the top international events of its kind. Creative busi...

Convergent Worlds

Convergent Worlds has been curated to mark the 20th anniversary of the Drill Hall Gallery. Situated ...

Alan Robb

Aesthetic and intellectual clarity defines the painting of Alan Robb, who lives in Newport-on-Tay in...

Turner Prize 2012 Exhibition

Love it or hate it, the Turner Prize is upon us once again, and, after a year’s sojourn at the BAL...

Lindsay Seers. Nowhere Less Now

The Tin Tabernacle, Kilburn, London, until 21 October 2012. Born in Mauritius into a naval family, t...

Taking a transnational picture: an interview with Maryam Najd

Contemporary online art journal with reviews, analysis and comment...

Klimt: Up Close And Personal: Paintings, Letters, Insights. Leopold Museum...

The 150th anniversary of the birth of the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt was the subject both of the e...

Van Gogh To Kandinsky: Symbolist Landscape In Europe 1880–1910

This exhibition is well conceived in principle and excellently hung; landscape here, is the clear un...

Empress Of The Sun

This exhibition from the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russia brilliantly celebrates the 250th ...

Metamorphosis: Titian 2012

Human history, and by extension the history of art, is a history of transfiguration, of translation,...

Munch: The Problem With Women

This timely showing of 60 various graphics in all, some six of which are from the Gallery's own coll...

A Delicate Game of Cat-and-Mouse

Interviews with Artists 1966-2012 by Michael Peppiatt. Yale University Press, 2012. The experience o...

Ships and Sirens at Festival time

Susan Philipsz Timeline 2012, The Edinburgh Arts Festival 2012. The artist Susan Philipsz launched h...

Bauhaus: Art as Life

In the Forward to the current Barbican exhibition catalogue Bauhaus: Art as Life, an obligatory cred...

A Redefining Moment in the History of Native American Art

Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 3, Contemporary Native North American Art from the Northeast...

A festival for our time: dOCUMENTA 13

Faces press against the glass wall of a rotunda in one of the world’s oldest museums: the Neo-Clas...

I Spy: Photography and the Theater of the Street, 1938-2010

I Spy: Photography and the Theater of the Street, 1938-2010 is a wonderful new exhibition at the Nat...

Yoko Ono: To the Light

The Serpentine Gallery’s Yoko Ono: To the Light is the artist’s first London-based retrospective...

Invisible: Art about the Unseen, 1957-2012

From the amusing to the philosophical, there are works you can observe and others you can take part ...

La Tendenza: Italian Architecture 1965–1985

Using a selection of major works from their permanent collection as well as more than 250 other draw...

The Afghan Seminars – dOCUMENTA 13

This year, in addition to its home-base in Kassel, dOCUMENTA (13) has satellite venues in Kabul, Ale...

Leckhampton Prairie Garden: a Garden for Today

Leckhampton House is once again the scene of a pioneering venture. Fifty years after it became home ...

Ken Done - Attack: Japanese Midget Submarines In Sydney Harbour

Seventy years ago, on the night of 31 May 1942, three Japanese midget submarines entered Sydney Harb...

Fair is language: São Paulo Art Fair

I received an email from Miguel Benavides, a friend who runs Studio Trust. At the request of Studio ...

Luca Signorelli: ingenuity and pilgrim spirit

Mind your lessons, little Kinsman’, that is the advice the eight-year-old Giorgio Vasari received ...

Anri Sala

This summer, Anri Sala is the focus of the Pompidou...

Jenny Holzer: Sophisticated Devices

“When you’ve been someplace for awhile you acquire the ability to be practically invisible. This...

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