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Reading the Head

The sculpted bust conveying a real or assumed likeness of a human subject can be said to have fallen...

Reading the Head. Celia Scott Head to Head Sculptures

The sculpted bust conveying a real or assumed likeness of a human subject can be said to have fallen...

Jason Martin: Infinitive

Walking into the Lisson Gallery on one of the hottest days of the year, I already feel as if I am me...

Matisse: Pairs and Series

Matisse takes the spotlight this spring at the Pompidou, and the swathes of attendees are this time ...

Giuseppe Cavalli: Master of Light

Giuseppe Cavalli: Master of Light – In 1947, Italian photographer Giuseppe Cavalli (1904–61) co-...

Dissent Popes and Swandown: a taste of Cafe Gallery Projects

Recent accolades likening South London to New York may be slightly exaggerated yet complimentary com...

Morgan O’Hara: Live Transmissions from the English National Ballet

Clearly if you draw or are interested in the state of contemporary drawing then C4RD is an important...

Celia Scott, In Conversation

at Eleven Spitalfields Gallery, London, Wednesday 16 May 2012...

Migrations: Journeys into British Art. Interview with Sonia Boyce

Sonia Boyce is included in this space; her work From Tarzan to Rambo: English Born “Native” Cons...

Helmut Newton

Grand Palais, Galerie sud-est, Paris until 17 June 2012. This spring, the Grand Palais shows the fir...

Between Embodiment and Identity

Beginning with a large glass display case, diagrams and drawings of body parts alongside plastic rep...

Fashion’s Archeologist Excavates Her Past

A woman who shares her living space with a Mexican Huastec figure dated to 900 CE, Russian icons, In...

Hirst Reconsidered: Damien Hirst, Tate Modern, London, 2012

Reviews of Damien Hirst’s work invariably focus on the artist’s apparently contradictory identit...

Michael Dean: Government and Phyllida Barlow: Bad Copies

Michael Dean’s current exhibition, Government, at the Henry Moore Institute is the artist’s firs...

Shezad Dawood. Piercing Brightness

In his feature length film, Piercing Brightness, Shezad Dawood uses the genre of science fiction to ...

Elemental Extravagance: The Jewelry and Metalwork of Marie Zimmermann

Widely admired and acquired during her lifetime, Marie Zimmermann...

New Studio Collaboration In Perth, Scotland

Arthur Watson is a well-established artist of international repute and Secretary of the Royal Scotti...

A Fitting Coda to a Culture-Bridging Career. An interview with Joe Earle o...

In September 2007, Joe Earle joined Japan Society in New York as vice-president and director of the ...

Extra Muros: Masterpieces at MAS, Five Centuries of Images from Antwerp

The first temporary exhibition set up in this industrial edifice, adorned by 3,000 legendary little ...

Jazz-Age Style with an Asian Twist. Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture, 1...

Japanese art deco is the subject of a new travelling exhibition...

Alan Davie: Works on paper

When a black mark is placed on a white paper, both paper and pigment immediately become transformed....

Lucian Freud: Drawings

To commemorate the life and career of Lucian Freud, and coinciding with the National Portrait Galler...

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Carlos Amorales: La Lange des Morts

In the Parisian springtime, an exhibition about death, and its symbolic representation, seems at fir...

Alvar Aalto and the Sustainable Nordic House

45 years ago, Alvar Aalto was commissioned by the Nordic Council of Ministers to design the Nordic H...

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...

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