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The Making of an “It” Girl

The lucrative relationship between celebrity and commerce is assumed in an age of branding and image...

The Armory Show: A Personal View

Art fairs are not places conducive to the contemplation of works of art, nor do they necessarily cla...

A Casual and Purposeful Art. The Radical Camera: New York

An effort to counter historical myopia...

Late Modern or Postmodern? New Architecture by Trevor Dannatt

Comparisons and parallels will inevitably be drawn about this new, and very private house designed b...

Mary Heilmann: Visions, Waves, and Roads

Aside from a spate of regurgitated press releases, art critical attention to The Indiscipline of Pai...

Lucian Freud Portraits

The current exhibition of Lucian Freud at the National Portrait Gallery is quite awesome and unmissa...

Boris Mikhailov: Triptychs

Boris Mikhailov...

Danser sa vie

Paris in the springtime, more than any other city perhaps, compels its visitors and natives to dance...

David Hockney: A Bigger Picture

David Hockney: A Bigger Picture at the Royal Academy provides a feast of colour in mid-winter, and a...

One Giant Leap

The Hyatt Regency London...

A Walk Down One Fashion Magazine

Fashion appears to be a momentary phenomenon. With a click of the shutter, the moment is gone and th...

Cézanne and Paris

Paul Cézanne was a man of contradictions. As an artist he took an unconventional approach to drawin...

Celebrating Life at The Chelsea Hotel with Painter David Remfry

British-born painter David Remfry is one of the last holdouts at the legendary Chelsea Hotel in Manh...

Masters of Venice: Renaissance Painters of Passion and Power from the Kuns...

Aside from the sheer magnificence and technical bravura of the paintings themselves, one of the most...

Lygia Pape - Magnetized Space

The artist Lygia Pape (1927...

Pacific Standard Time: Crosscurrents in L.A. Painting and Sculpture 1950-1...

With its iconic architectural silhouette atop the hills of Los Angeles and its status as one of the ...

Building The Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture 1915-1935

The arrival point at the Royal Academy Courtyard off Piccadilly, first glimpsed through the Classica...

Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties

The exhibition includes 138 paintings, sculptures and photographs by 67 artists produced between 192...

Edvard Munch, L'oeil moderne

The Pompidou's Munch retrospective entitled L'...

The Steins Collect. Matisse, Picasso and the Parisian Avant-Garde

When Leo Stein settled in Paris in late 1902 it was with the same romantic intention, as so many bef...

The Mystery of Appearance: Conversations Between Ten British Post-War Pain...

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

Pipilotti Rist – Eyeball Massage

Once upon a time there was a girl called Elisabeth Charlotte Rist who was born in the Alps of Switze...

Giorgio Vasari: Dessins du Louvre

This winter, in celebration of the five hundredth centenary of Giorgio Vasari's birth, the Louvre op...

Can Architects Draw? Architects Sketchbooks

This extensive compendium reaches for a definition of this fundamental process and mental tool avail...

Leonardo da Vinci: Painter at the Court of Milan

According to the famously unreliable Giorgio Vasari, when Leonardo...

Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven

This winter, The Dulwich Picture Gallery takes us on a tour of the seductive world of Canada...

Antony Gormley

Sculpture studios are particularly fascinating places: factory-like yet traditional in terms of mate...

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