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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...

Alice Neel: Painted Truths

In 1984 Robert Mapplethorpe photographed Alice Neel, then in her 85th year. With her eyes closed and...

Djalkiri: We are Standing on their names: Blue Mud Bay, (2009–2010)

Yilpara on Blue Mud Bay is a special place. Djalkiri is a special word. It has several meanings, one...

Mario Testino: Kate Who?

Kate Who? at the Saatchi Gallery, London examines Mario Testino...

12th Venice Architecture Biennale

“People meet in Architecture” was the nebulous banner theme for this 12th Venice Biennale of Arc...

Luis Camnitzer

Clay or soil is all around us but we hardly take notice. But in the hands of this Indian artist, suc...

Reality Check. Two Performances by Anindita Dutta at Fukuoka Asian Art Mus...

Clay or soil is all around us but we hardly take notice. But in the hands of this Indian artist, suc...

A Letter from Sydney: July 2010

Australians have long been aware of what Geoffrey Blainey called, The Tyranny of Distance. Overseas ...

Dynasty

Though the curators are keen to stress that this is merely a selection, rather than the definitive c...

SE15: Peckham hootspa

Frank’s Cafe and Campari Bar, run by Frank Boxer and his “fantastic chef partner Michael Davies...

Another World: Dalí, Magritte, Miró and the Surrealists

In Edinburgh this summer, coinciding with the Fringe Festival at first, and then extending into next...

Close Examination: Fakes, Mistakes and Discoveries

1970 was something of an annus mirabilis for John Baldessari, the so-called Godfather of Conceptuali...

Picasso: the Mediterranean Years (1945-62)

The enormous success of this late Picasso show, critical and popular, was made all the more poignant...

The Often Serendipitous Nature of Museum Collecting

Founded in 1903 to link fashion with fine and decorative arts, the Brooklyn Museum's costume collect...

“Is Small Beautiful?” 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces

The idea of the small habitable space has long fascinated architects. As long ago as 1972 Joseph Ryk...

Rude Britannia: British comic art

It is a striking paradox that whereas comedy occupies a central and revered position in our literary...

Colour Country: Art from the Roper River

Colour Country: art from Roper River is showing in its final venue in Darwin, in Australia...

Wolfgang Tillmans: A Photographer at Large

Wolfgang Tillmans as photographer/printmaker is the perfect antidote to the framing of the world, to...

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