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Howard Hodgkin

Tate Britain is celebrating the career of Howard Hodgkin this summer. Regarded as one of the most im...

On Photography: A Tribute to Susan Sontag

Susan Sontag's passionate engagement with photography is the subject of a small but intriguing bit o...

Purely Elemental: Wood Craft as Fine Art

The history of turned wood objects is long and varied, changing from functional craft to art to hobb...

Peter Spens: Floating London, Paintings and Works on Paper

The exhibition running at the Guildhall Art Gallery in the City of London from 30 March-5 June 2006 ...

Edgar Degas: The Last Landscapes

Edgar Degas: The Last Landscapes – Edgar Degas is well known as a painter of the human figure. One...

In the Kingdom of the Gods and Goddesses

In 1950, Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister, invited one of the greatest proponents of M...

A View of Africa, From the Inside Out

Africa is a vast region that now comprises more than 50 nations. Created through a long history of e...

Rediscovering the Silver Age of Russian Art

While the recent, ambitious 'RUSSIA!' show at the Guggenheim Museum in New York was a bit thin on th...

Stillness in Motion: The Photographs of Fan Ho

The small but intriguing selection of photographs by Chinese photographer and filmmaker Fan Ho, on v...

Shaping the American Landscape: Church, Homer and Moran

During the second half of the 19th century, three artists played pivotal roles in shaping how Americ...

Troubled Waters: Kara Walker's Visual Epiphanies

Kara Walker functions as both subject and curator of a current exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Mu...

Jon Schueler: A Painter of Our Time

John Bellany's (b.1942) paintings are among the most confrontational humanistic paintings produced i...

Celtic Vision

John Bellany's (b.1942) paintings are among the most confrontational humanistic paintings produced i...

Dada Revisited for the 21st Century

It is not often that an art exhibition ascends to the condition of a total artwork in itself, and at...

Modernism: Designing a New World, 1914-1939

The catalogue promotion for this remarkable exhibition of early 20th-century design pioneers suggest...

Ettore Sottsass: Architect & Designer – book review

Perhaps the most surprising statement in this book (at least for a European) is that Ettore Sottsass...

The Terribly Human Tomi Ungerer

Today, Tomi Ungerer is among Europe's best-known commercial artists but has been largely forgotten ...

Egon Schiele: Eros and Passion – book review

So many of the works of Egon Schiele owe their existence to the numerous taboos constraining artists...

Exiles and Emigrants: Epic Journeys to Australia in the Victorian Era

The exhibition 'Exiles and Emigrants: Epic Journeys to Australia in the Victorian Era' has succeeded...

Albers & Moholy-Nagy: From the Bauhaus to the New World

Two of the great practitioner-teachers of 20th-century art, Josef Albers and L...

Fashion in Colors

Costume is usually viewed through a frame of fashion: a piece of clothing is set against its context...

Gothic Nightmares: Fuseli, Blake and the Romantic Imagination

What fascinates us in an artwork? One answer to this question is content that conveys a sense of har...

The Istanbul Modern Art Museum

The Istanbul Modern can be hard to find. It is still new enough that taxi drivers are not quite sure...

Morandi's Legacy: Influences on British Art – book review

This publication is essentially also the catalogue to the exhibition of the same name, which was fir...

Joseph Beuys Collection, Museum Schloss Moyland

Driving through the landscape of the north Rhine on the Dutch-German border is an almost mystical ex...

Edvard Munch: The Modern Life of the Soul

'I was walking along the road with two friends. The sun set. I felt a tinge of melancholy. Suddenly ...

William Nicholson: Paintings

A little gem of a show passed without much fanfare at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in the Chelsea distric...

Americans in Paris, 1860-1900

Paris, at the end of the 19th century, encompassed European tradition and the avant-garde. Having su...

Martin Kippenberger

Kippenberger's restless stylistic movements resist the monumentality that a retrospective can impart...

The Trees for the Wood - the Enigmatic Genius of Jacob van Ruisdael

There is major significance in Seymour Slive's excellent exhibition currently showing in the Sackler...

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