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The Seventh Shanghai Art Fair

The annual Shanghai Art Fair, now in its seventh year, remains as much a test of what the market wil...

Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

The Mori Art Museum opened in Tokyo this October. It is part of the 11-hectare urban development en...

Giorgio Armani: a retrospective

The question posed by numerous critics in response to Giorgio Armani: A Retrospective has been, 'is ...

Frank Gehry - Walt Disney Concert Hall

Computer-Aided Three-Dimensional Interactive Application (CATIA) unlocks the magic that enables Fr...

Pre-Raphaelite and other Masters: the Andrew Lloyd Webber Collection

Andrew Lloyd Webber's collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings is probably the most distinguished in p...

James Rosenquist

James Rosenquist at 70? It is hard to believe that he has already reached such an age. In New York r...

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook

Tensta Art Gallery is situated in one of the most segregated suburbs of Stockholm. The gallery is re...

Frank Gehry - Maggie's Centre, Dundee

On the western, landscaped edge of Dundee city, overlooking the Tay Estuary, Frank Gehry's very late...

Craigie Aitchison

Craigie Aitchison – Two important exhibitions overlapped recently in England: the first was in Ken...

Paula Rego: Jane Eyre and Other Stories

Reaction to the Iraqi War in the West has been strangely muted among artists. In England, Paula Rego...

Winifred Nicholson in Scotland

The first exhibition to fully survey the work of Winifred Nicholson was staged by the Tate Gallery i...

Book review: The Raft of the Medusa: G

Albert Alhadeff. Munich, Berlin, London, New York: Prestel Publishing 2002. ...

Book review: Figuring it out

In The Shape of Time (1962), George Kubler showed that our knowledge of the distant ...

Bridget Riley at Tate Britain

Tate Britain's important exhibition of Bridget Riley's painting ends later this month. This is a ful...

Monet: The Seine and the sea, 1878-1883

Of the best exhibitions at the Edinburgh International Festival this year, Monet is at once the most...

Picasso's designs for Diaghilev's Les Ballets Russes

The Edinburgh Festival is not always as strong in the visual arts as it is in the range of excellent...

Daniel Libeskind: Felix Nussbaum Museum in Osnabrück

Daniel Libeskind won the competition to build the Felix Nussbaum Museum in Osnabrück, Germany...

Marc Chagall: Ceramic Masterpieces

Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was a storyteller with a magical dimension. His popularity ...

Max Beckmann book reviews

To accompany the exhibition Max Beckmann, a collaboration between the Centre Pompidou, Paris, Tate M...

Ando's progress

A recipient of numerous awards, including the prestigious Pritzker Prize in 1995 and the American In...

Book review: Where's My Space Age? The Rise and Fall of Futuristic Design

This beautifully designed book charts the influence of the space craze on Western cu...

The Museum of the Mind: Art and Memory in World Cultures

As part of the British Museum's 250th anniversary, The Museum of the Mind', explores how the creatio...

Adventures in Art: Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo: The Artist in the Blue House (published 2003) is the most recent title in Prestel's lis...

Essential Art Deco

This compact and beautifully illustrated book concentrates on the essential aspects ...

Frank Stella

Two new exhibitions of new work by Frank Stella recently opened in London and New York....

Mario Testino: Portraits

Last year the National Portrait Gallery in London put together an exhibition of over 100 works by ph...

50th Venice Biennale

The 100th anniversary this year of the Venice Biennale will probably not be its last....

Outsider Art comes Full Circle – 'John the Painter'

'Outsider Artists' are not only untrained, but have also avoided 'social conditioning and cultural i...

John Piper in the 1930s - Abstraction on the Beach

Dulwich Picture Gallery marks the centenary of John Piper's birth with a major exhibition devoted to...

Designer of the Year

I was in Memphis, Tennessee earlier this year to lecture on Charles Rennie Mackintosh and found myse...

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