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Beyond the Visible: The Art of Odilon Redon

Since 1967, Richard Long has used walking as the basis of his artistic practice. What appears in the...

Tadeusz Kantor

It is a measure of the seriousness with which many Poles regard culture that the national quality da...

Richard Long: The Time of Space

Since 1967, Richard Long has used walking as the basis of his artistic practice. What appears in the...

Daniel Roth: The Well

London is a place continually remade by writers and artists, layering their own versions and theorie...

Self-Portrait: Renaissance to Contemporary

'Self-Portrait: Renaissance to Contemporary' explores self-portraits over 500 years. It includes 56 ...

Changing Hands and Building Bridges: Tradition and Innovation in Native Am...

'Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 2 - Contemporary Native North American Art from the West, N...

Anselm Kiefer: Heaven and Earth

Aspects of Vincent Van Gogh's oeuvre, comparatively unknown to date, have recently been presented in...

Berthe Morisot: An Impressionist and Her Circle

Berthe Morisot was the first woman to join the circle of Impressionist painters and it is through fo...

Hiroshi Sugimoto: End of Time

The first comprehensive retrospective of Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto's work to take place in hi...

The John Bellany Odyssey - paintings from Italy, China and the Tsunami

John Bellany's paintings are among the most confrontational, humanistic paintings produced in Britai...

Susan Contreras: Recuerdos de Mexico

'Recuerdos de Mexico' ('Memories of Mexico'), an exhibition of paintings by prominent Santa Fe artis...

The Paintings of Elias Rivera

Elias Rivera's paintings of the last 20 years present scenes in the streets or market places of Sant...

The Art Scene in Santa Fe

If you want to experience art in an exquisite setting, go to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Officially named ...

Sickert Today – Degas, Sickert and Toulouse-Lautrec: London and Paris 1...

In 2005, two events coincided to provide us with the best opportunity to assess Walter Sickert's sta...

The West Indian Front Room: Memories and Impressions of Black British Homes

The Geffrye Museum is clear evidence of the gradual revival of Hackney Wick; indeed, of this whole E...

200 Trips from the Counterculture: Graphics and Stories from the Undergrou...

As I wandered around another bookshop feeling visually deprived and in a vague search for something ...

Embanking the Sublime The Unilever Series: Rachel Whiteread

Rachel Whiteread is the most successful and original artist to have filled the big space at Tate Mod...

Blood Red Suns and Bright Yellow Moons – Henri Rousseau: Jungles in Paris

Tate Modern has shown great perception in mounting the current exhibition, 'Jungles in Paris'. It wa...

Book review: RUSSIA!

In New York, the queues have been forming at the Guggenheim. This is a momentous exhibition, which f...

Love Revealed: Simeon Solomon and the Pre-Raphaelites

The work of Simeon Solomon is celebrated at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to mark the centen...

MF Husain: The Lost Continent

Mumbai-based MF Husain's first solo exhibition in Singapore, entitled 'The Lost Continent', was held...

Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2005

For art students, the graduation show can be a fraught affair, with a lack of space and last-minute ...

Eileen Gray at the Design Museum, London 2005

Eileen Gray's furniture has become well known ever since the London-based architect, designer and re...

Obsessive Drawing

In its current exhibition, which opened in September 2005, the American Folk Art Museum in New York ...

Jake and Dinos Chapman: Like a Dog Returns to its Vomit

With characteristic self-assurance and thoroughly post-modern irony, Jake and Dinos Chapman get thei...

De La Warr Pavilion

Travelling from London to Bexhill-on-Sea on a late autumn day, when the sun got stronger as one reac...

Design: Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious

The world of Eric Ravilious has received renewed attention in the past five years. Particularly nota...

The Sculpture of William Turnbull – book review

William Turnbull remains an important survivor of the British generation of sculptors whose early ca...

Ends Middles Beginnings: Edward Cullinan Architects – book review

This practice biography (a more appropriate term than 'monograph' (which is over-used and misunderst...

Nobuyoshi Araki: Araki: Self, Life, Death

More than any other exhibition in recent memory, 'Araki: Self, Life, Death' comes closest to an unme...

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