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Book review: George Barbier: The Birth of Art Deco

An apt setting for the first major exhibit covering Art Deco designer George Barbier's full range of...

Book review: Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage. By ...

Published to accompany a travelling exhibit originating at the Art Institute of Chicago in fall 2009...

Graphic Heroes, Magic Monsters: Japanese Prints by Utagawa Kuniyoshi from ...

The proliferation of Japanese-style comics (manga), rapidly expanding international audiences for th...

Henry Moore

The late, much lamented Paris-based English sculptor Raymond Mason (see obituary, 28 February, 2010)...

Book review: Brunelleschi, Lacan, Le Corbusier

Subtitled Architecture, Space and the Construction of Subjectivity, this book is an important new ad...

CRASH (Homage to JG Ballard)

One aim of CRASH...

CRASH (Homage to JG Ballard)

One aim of CRASH ...

The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and His Letters

Van Gogh is almost unique in his fame: not just the epitome of the modern-artist-as-tragic-hero, but...

MAVEN Commission: Jenny Holzer Collaboration

Jenny Holzer’s conceptual works Blue Purple Tilt (2007), Protect, Protect, Shape the Battlefield (...

Chris Ofili at Tate Britain

Chris Ofili’s mid-career retrospective at Tate Britain is a crowd pleaser, and this is no bad thin...

Obituary: Raymond Mason

The sculptor Raymond Mason has died, aged 87, on 13 February in Paris, where he had worked for 64 ye...

Petra: Rock City of the east

Richard England recently visited Petra. Here he eulogizes on the unique harmonious relationship betw...

Pierre Soulages

Pierre Soulages did not begin with giant monochromes, but with smaller works, in which the play of i...

Book review: Architecture in Times of Need. Make it Right. Rebuilding New ...

This volume represents a unique documentation of an aid venture led by actor/philanthropist Brad Pit...

Sargent, Sickert & Spencer

Despite their reputations as three of England...

Art Bin: Landyfill

Since emerging from Goldsmiths at the beginning of the last major recession, Michael Landy has pursu...

Book review: Ben Johnson. Foster in View

This volume is a rare compendium and covers primarily the growing success of the painter Ben Johnson...

Book review: Passion City: STraum a. Landscape Architecture

The authors of this book are the landscape design practice STraum a. based in Berlin. Kristin Feirei...

Book review: Maker of Dreams, the Mother of them All. Madeleine Vionnet, ...

Since the 1939 closing of her maison, Vionnet has been eclipsed in fashion histories by more colourf...

Beth Fisher: Grisaille Legacy

Beth Fisher: Grisaille Legacy at The Royal Scottish Academy this January is an exhibition of monumen...

A Human Museum Without Walls. Bigger, Better, More: The Art of Viola Frey

Now at its third stop, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) in New York City, the multi-city exhibit ...

Andrzej Jackowski: The Remembered Present

Andrzej Jackowski is known for his poetic reveries of dispossession, epic scenes of trees floating a...

Crazy God. Photographs by Yvonne De Rosa

A psychiatric hospital in Southern Italy is the subject matter of Yvonne De Rosa...

Less and More – The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams

The exhibition, Less and More - The Design Ethos of Dieter Rams, at the Design Museum in London is t...

ARC: I Draw for You

Drawn Together is a London-based group of artists (Maryclare Foá, Jane Grisewood, Birgitta Hosea, C...

Inscription: drawing, making, thinking

Inscription: drawing, making, thinking is the fourth of Jerwood...

Conceptual drawing: recent work by Bernhard Sachs, Mike Parr, Greg Creek a...

In a global context drawing exists irrespective of cultural identity. It is a basic human instinct t...

Hitting a Wall, Finding a Shape: An interview with Gary Hill

Using a curious Internet nickname that plays with a literary reference used in his work, pioneering ...

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