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The story of K&M

Despite the fact that Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid have already become world-c...

Metamorphing: Transformation in science, art and mythology

For humans, change has always been essential, but difficult nonetheless. For most of...

Kitagata Garden City, Japan

The second scheme was essentially led by a brief by architect Arata Isozaki, in which Martha Schwart...

Unseen Vogue: The Secret History of Fashion Photography

Unseen Vogue, an exhibition shown recently in the Design Museum, London that is also...

Painting, Passion and Politics: Masterpieces from the Walpole Collection

On loan from the State Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, 'Painting, Passion and Politics' is showing ...

StArt Artists in Malta

An old tenement building close to the harbour in Valletta seems an unlikely location in which to lau...

Rapture: Art's seduction by fashion since 1970

Until visiting this exhibition I had, naively and unconsciously, assumed that contem...

Antony Gormley Drawing – book review

The new publication, Antony Gormley Drawing, reveals the working processes behind the sculptures of ...

Andrew Forge 1923-2002

Andrew Forge, who died on 4 September 2002 in New Milford, Connecticut, aged 78, was a prominent and...

Barnett Newman at Tate Modern

Tate Modern, 21 September through 5 January 2003. The Barnett Newman exhibition has opened and is a ...

Millennium Bridge Gateshead

Millennium Bridge Gateshead – miles better. Chris Wilkinson and Jim Eyre of Wilkinson Eyre have ma...

Fabric of Vision: Dress and Drapery in Painting

Over the summer (19 June—8 September 2002) the National Gallery, London showed Fabric of Vision: D...

Accountancy as terrorism: 'Christie Malry's Own Double Entry'

Accountancy as terrorism: 'Christie Malry's Own Double Entry' – All over Hollywood, producers and ...

Song of the Earth: European Artists and the Landscape - book review

Mel Gooding, in his introduction to this book, reminds us that the modern world has more in common w...

David Blackburn: The Sublime Landscape

David Blackburn's exhibition at the Hart Gallery in London coincides with the publication of The Sub...

Matisse Picasso

Matisse Picasso at Tate Modern has just finished, but moves on to Paris and New York later this year...

Ceri Richards – book review

Mel Gooding's new book on Ceri Richards, the first major publication on his work, establishes that R...

Kassel Documenta

Kassel Documenta is commonly compared to the Olympic games, but, being an inhabitant of former Easte...

Daniel Libeskind: Imperial War Museum at Salford, Manchester

Daniel Libeskind's new building, an adjunct to the Imperial War Museum in Lambeth, South London, is ...

Norbert Francis Attard

Next month (September) sees the figure of St Peter suspended face downwards between two Doric pillar...

Masters of Colour: Derain to Kandinsky

Only 30 years ago, Gabrielle and Werner Merzbacher began to form a collection of early 20th century ...

Braun AG Headquarters, Melsungen, Germany

Braun AG Headquarters, Melsungen, Germany – In 2002 this famous project stands complete as perhaps...

Ansel Adams at 100

Ansel Adams' images are as fundamental to the narrative of the American West as the films of John Fo...

William Eggleston

After the lyrical and mythic Ansel Adams, the photographs of William Eggleston are like a punch in t...

Braun AG Headquarters, Melsungen, Germany – Masterwork Revisited

Braun AG Headquarters, Melsungen, Germany. Masterwork Revisited: James Stirling, Michael Wilford & P...

Callum Innes wins Jerwood Prize

It has been announced that Callum Innes, a devout minimalist painter whose monochromatic statements ...

The Banksias: Watercolours

The Banksias: Watercolours, by Celia Rosser at the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne (5 April-30 ...

Mirror, mirror

No single model of self-portraiture can stand for the experiences of women generally, or fully expre...

Skythian baba: A painting counter-revolution

Natalia Goncharova, one of the famous originators of Russian avant-garde, is now the subject of a la...

Kazimir Malevich – The Blackest Square

The fourth 'Black Square' by Kazimir Malevich belonging to Inkombank, which collapsed during the fin...

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