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New Tent Architecture – book review

Tented architecture has been around since prehistory. But only recently has it been recognised as te...

The Whitney Biennial 2008

The 2008 Whitney Biennial is smaller and quieter than in previous years, despite its extension to th...

Peter Doig

A mid-career retrospective at Tate Britain is enough to cement the reputation of any artist, or else...

Gathering into gospel order: the Shaker approach to design

A consideration of Shaker-made architecture, furniture and commercial wares - items of remarkable be...

The portrait sculpture of Celia Scott

To open a door and enter a room where there are foregathered a dozen individuals, chiefly architects...

Papunya painting: out of the desert

Art is a central force in Aboriginal culture and a critical political tool. Through an understanding...

China Design Now

At the time of writing, the Olympic torch continues to make its troubled way around the globe, the p...

Lucas Cranach

There is good reason this month in London to revisit Cranach. Last year saw the Courtauld Institute ...

Alexander Rodchenko: Revolution in Photography

Questions about the nature of representation have dogged the medium of photography since its concept...

Book review: The Lost Vanguard: Russian Modernist Architecture 1922-1932

This remarkable survey was synchronised with an exhibition of the same title presented at the Museum...

Poussin and Nature: Arcadian Visions

Landscape painting remains, in the 21st-century, a continuing subject of fascination for art enthusi...

Turner to Monet: The Triumph of Landscape

This exhibition sets out to be revisionary, looking at 19th-century landscape painting afresh. The g...

Derek Jarman: Brutal Beauty

Fourteen years after Derek Jarman's death, this exhibition, together with a season of films at three...

Mars Collects! The Martian Museum of Terrestrial Art: Barbican Art Gallery...

'The Mayan civilisation was ruled by a caste of peace-loving astronomer priests' ...

Art & Today

Art & Today is the fruit of the decade spent by the author as contributing editor to Art in America ...

Book review: Real Baroque. The Baroque Architecture of Sicily

This work is timely in so far as it forms part of the broad revision of architectural history that i...

Statuesque Dance

This exhibition and catalogue of the work of German artist Neo Rauch (now at the Max Ernst Museum, B...

Contemporary Drawing: Recent Studies

Drawing has played a pivotal role in the work of most artists since the beginning of time. Following...

Duchamp, Man Ray, Picabia

When Marcel Duchamp met Francis Picabia in September 1911, it was the start of a friendship that wou...

That Man from Rio: Celebrating Oscar Niemeyer's Centennial

Considered to be Brazil's most important architect, Oscar Niemeyer (b.1907) is also a major figure i...

Face to Face - The Daros Collections

'Face to Face' presents the two facets, or faces, of the Daros Collections, finding similarities bet...

Book review: Doorway

With this third architectural/typological monograph, Professor Simon Unwin has completed what is eff...

John Bellany, Exhibition of Portraits

The human image is central to the work of John Bellany. In his treatment of the figure, and in his r...

From Russia

In the closing years of the seventeenth century, the youthful Peter the Great toured western Europe ...

The Danish Gift

In 1974, following a visit to the Furniture Fair in Copenhagen, the question was raised, How will De...

Modern Painters: The Camden Town Group

To most people who live in London the name Camden Town means a busy interchange on the Northern Line...

A gift horse in the mouth: the Artists Rooms project and the d'Offay beque...

On 27 February 2008 a major announcement was made at Edinburgh's National Gallery of Modern Art. Bef...

Book review: Pallasmaa phenomenon

Juhani Pallasmaa, the Finnish architect and theorist, has in the current period entering the twenty-...

Richard England: Architect as Artist

Dennis Sharp has produced this well-prepared monograph to coincide (approximately) with England's 70...

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