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Revisiting Juan Soriano in Philadelphia

Mexican artist Juan Soriano is an intriguing figure among the personalities animating the history of...

Down Among the Bowery Boys

It is now three months since the New Museum of Contemporary Art (NMCA) in Manhattan's Lower East Sid...

Book review: The Formalesque: A Guide to Modern Art and its History

According to the Australian art historian Bernard Smith, The Formalesque: A Guide to Modern Art and ...

From Agit-Prop to Free Space: The Architecture of Cedric Price

This important city monograph was first published over a year ago, but it is exemplary within the 'W...

An Exhibition of Event Photography

For anyone interested in the ways in which a photograph can aspire to the condition of a work of art...

NeoCraft Conference

The NeoCraft Conference held in the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University in Halifax, Nov...

l'atelier d'Alberto Giacometti

Travelling through countryside around the northern reaches of Paris, you catch sight of white escarp...

Book review: Heterotopic visions

Increasingly, contemporary artists, as much as architects and urban planners, have to grope for a cl...

Book review: Marvellous Melbourne

This important city monograph was first published over a year ago, but it is exemplary within the 'W...

Seduced by the Oldest Topic in the World

Sex is an extremely popular subject, but 'sex appeal' is nearly impossible to define. People seem to...

Joan Eardley

Joan Eardley's life was cut tragically short by cancer in 1963 at the age of 42. Born in England she...

Sleepless in Siena

The current winter show at the National Gallery, London, perhaps springs from mixed motives. Firstly...

The One and the Many: Carlos Ortiz and the Dance of Life

For Nuyorican artist Carlos Ortiz, the seeds for a series of personal epiphanies were planted while ...

Towers: from Manhattan to Moscow

Renzo Piano's New York Times Building, situated on 8th Avenue, Manhattan, was opened this month to c...

The 52nd Venice Biennale

The 52nd Venice Biennale ended on 21 November 2007. It will have presented an enormous challenge to ...

Extreme Embroidery: Art and Craft Meet On the Verge

In 2007, the Museum of Arts & Design in New York City embarked on a series of exhibits examining way...

Colin St John Wilson: Buildings and Projects

Roger Stonehouse was the chosen author for this extensive monograph, which forms a catalogue raisonn...

Book review: Archaeology of an Urban Desert

Jon Naar is a British photographer who has been based in New York. In 1974 he joined up with the lat...

Age of Transparency and Innocence: the Changing Face of Childhood

The excellent exhibition 'The Changing Face of Childhood', the product of a collaboration between th...

Bauhaus: 1919-1933

Architects, sculptors, painters, we must all turn to the crafts. Art is not a 'profession'. There is...

The Apparitions of a Surrealist Eye: Dalí & Film

Salvador Dalí's involvement with film was profound and critical to his artistic sensibilities...

Architecture: London's new rail terminus at St Pancras

In the 18th century there lay just to the north of the burgeoning City of London, divided from the m...

The Art of Seduction

This book is the catalogue of the current Barbican Exhibition in London. It forms a substantial volu...

Art and Survival: Patricia Johanson's Environmental Projects

The outstanding American landscapist Patricia Johanson occupies a unique position in American contem...

Millais

The autumn grand exhibition at Tate Britain is on the work of John Everett Millais (1829-1896), prom...

Sidney Nolan: A New Retrospective

This is the first major retrospective of Sidney Nolan's paintings since his death in 1992. It presen...

RB Kitaj

The recent death of Ron Kitaj has not been the subject of the attention that an artist of such talen...

The painting of modern life

This is an outstanding international exhibition, dedicated to a significant section of contemporary ...

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