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John Makepeace: Enriching the Language of Furniture

The exhibition, John Makepeace: Enriching the Language of Furniture, at the Collins Gallery in Glasg...

10 Dialogues: Richard Demarco, Scotland And The European Avant Garde

10 Dialogues presents the innovative work of Richard Demarco from the late 1960s to the present day,...

V&A Dundee: Blueprint on a tidal surge

The Victoria and Albert Museum...

Cream Rising to the Top. 100 Dresses by The Costume Institute/The Metropol...

In his preface to this collaboration between the Met and Yale University Press, Met Costume Institut...

Gordon Bennett: Home D

As one of Australia...

Book review: Unconcealed: The International Network of Conceptual Artists ...

In January 1967 Sol LeWitt, then an artist just starting to make his presence felt in Europe, wrote ...

Time travel through human mindset. Hiroshi Sugimoto | ORIGINS OF ART

Running over one year at Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art in Japan, Hiroshi Sug...

Artists’ Laboratory 02: Stephen Farthing RA – interview

The Artists' Laboratory 02: Stephen Farthing RA is the second in the programme of exhibitions at the...

Picturing Paradox. The Sound of One Hand: Paintings and Calligraphy by Zen...

Zen is an exacting practice, typically requiring years spent seeking a state that, ultimately, is re...

Guan Wei

The work of Chinese artist Guan Wei is an important comment on contemporary global culture. Born in ...

Peter Porter (1929–2010)

The death of poet Peter Porter in London in April this year prompted the superlative accolades he de...

Gauguin: Maker of Myth

Paul Gauguin shaped a mythology that lasted; a persona deliberately crafted yet wildly varied. The f...

Beneath The Surface: Toby Ross-Southall and Giorgio Bruni

Toby Ross-Southall and Giorgio Bruni...

Helen Frankenthaler: Paper is Painting

Helen Frankenthaler: Paper is Painting, at Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London is one of three exhibiti...

Are You A Lolita? Japan Fashion Now

From avant-garde bag ladies and Asian Ivy-Leaguers to folksy Forest Girls and fashion-eating Lolitas...

Claude Monet

Having attended the Monet exhibition at the Grand Palais on a regular morning like any other paying ...

John Pawson – Plain Space

The most celebrated of Mies van der Rohe’s aphorisms was Less is More and just how this principle ...

Professor Richard Gregory, 1923

Professor Richard Gregory, who died on 17 May, was without doubt the foremost scientist of his gener...

Impressionist Gardens. National Gallery Complex, Edinburgh, 2010

We review this outstanding exhibition, which moves on to Madrid imminently, able to report that visi...

Barbara Kruger Site Specific Installation

Caught in the back and forth flow of the gaze. “… the AGO has commissioned renowned American art...

How the Master Became the Master

Matisse: Radical Invention, 1913...

Wathahine

In this exhibition of monochrome images Canadian Photographer Nance Ackerman turns the clich...

Darren Almond: The Principle of Moments

Darren Almond, in his exhibition at the White Cube Gallery, shares a fascination with the geography ...

Women To Watch 2010

Rose Wylie (b1934), was this year...

The Israel National Museum

After 17 years of statehood Israel at last boasts a national museum. When one compares nearby countr...

Understanding the Expansion of Universe. An interview with Ernesto Neto

Internationally acclaimed for creating immersive installations with his ambient sculptures, the Braz...

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