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Eva Hesse: Studiowork. Camden Arts Centre, London 2009

Currently showing at the Camden Arts Centre are a number of experimental objects or works-in-progres...

Pop Life: Art in a Material World, Tate Modern, London 2009

‘What make[s] you rich, we have been taught by a decade of casino capitalism, is precisely the opp...

Book review: Dangerous Women: The Perils of Muses and Femmes Fatales

Dangerous Women: The Perils of Muses and Femmes Fatales by Laure Adler and...

The Sacred Made Real, National Gallery, London

Spanish art of the mid-17th century achieved a level of naturalism, which in some respects was quite...

New Contemporaries 2009

A global recession and faltering art market did not make 2009 a great year to wriggle free of the ar...

Sophie Calle: Talking to Strangers

The linguistic games of Take Care of Yourself, a highlight of the Venice Biennale in 2007 are now th...

Lucy Stein: Creemie Myopic Fables/Group Show: Purpling

In her third exhibition at Gimpel Fils, Lucy Stein...

The Unilever Series: Miroslaw Balka, ‘How it is’

Miroslaw Balka has created an environment, a work using light-absorbing material across the walls of...

Book review: Art and Text; Poor. Old. Tired. Horse

The tradition whereby literary works are recited rather than read in silence can be traced to the ba...

Aida Tomescu: Paintings and Drawings

If anything, painting is life. It is one of the very few pure things in life. It has an existence in...

Remains and Remnants. Anselm Kiefer: The Fertile Crescent

In conversation with Tim Marlow, director of exhibitions at the White Cube, Anselm Kiefer mentions t...

Book review: MJ Long, Artists' Studios

This book is something of a rarity today. It comes as a survey of the design of 14...

Grayson Perry: The Walthamstow Tapestry

After more than 20 years making pots Grayson Perry admits to no longer being the na...

Ed Ruscha: Fifty Years of Painting

Ed Ruscha’s oeuvre has been canonised as the output of a modern American master, but it shrugs off...

Making Art in Paradise. Serizawa: Master of Japanese Textile Design

Designated in 1956 as a 'Living National Treasure' by the Japanese government, textile artist Seriza...

The Not-So-Secret Language of Pins

A skilled diplomat's arsenal might include a surprisingly diverse range of tactics because a success...

Eduardo Paolozzi: The Jet Age Compendium

It seems to be the close season for Paolozziana at the moment, notwithstanding the presence in Tate ...

Book review: An Outline of European Architecture by Nikolaus Pevsner

In this new and updated edition, the current publishers have produced a well-timed development of th...

Book review: Trevor Dannatt: Works and Words

Trevor Dannatt, RA, FRIBA (b. London 1920) has been a prominent architect in Britain for most of the...

American Idyll – Jenny Watson

Jenny Watson has been showing with Galerie Transit in Brussels for over 12 years and they are showin...

They Called Me Mayer July: Painted Memories of a Jewish Childhood in Polan...

'The places I remember exist no more. They are only in my head, and if I die they will disappear wit...

Rosalind Nashashibi at the ICA

This exhibition sees a return to the ICA for Nashashibi, the first female artist to win their Beck...

The Enlightenments. Edinburgh International Festival 2009

The 2009 Festival is promoted this year, as taking its inspiration from the 18th century Scottish En...

Patrick Tjungurrayi and Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri

The showing of two senior Aboriginal artists in Melbourne this month is one of many opportunities to...

Book review: One Thousand Drawings by Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin: Those Who Suffer Love was shown at White Cube Gallery, London earlier this year (29 May...

Isabel Toledo: Fashion from the Inside Out – book review

In many ways, the course of history was changed when Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th President...

Raphael to Renoir

The Raphael to Renoir exhibition at the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) allows a rare glimpse i...

Book review: The Woodblock Painting of Cressida Campbell

Containing nearly 300 illustrationsThe Woodblock Painting of Cressida Campbellis the first comprehen...

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