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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 ...

Gary Hill: Poetics Beyond the Third Dimension

If a word is worth 0.001 pictures, as stated at the entrance of American artist Gary Hill...

A New Look for a New World. Art Deco Complete: The Definitive Guide to the...

After turning the final page in Art Nouveau and Art Deco authority Alastair Duncan's weighty guide t...

GSK Contemporary, Earth: Art of a changing world

The Royal Academy in London, joining with sponsors GlaxoSmithKline, opened this new exhibition on 3 ...

Paul Sandby: Picturing Britain. National Gallery of Scotland, 2009

Paul Sandby (1731–1809) occupies a prominent position in British art of the 18th century in the pr...

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...

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