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London Review of Books — Shop, Bury Place, London, WC1

LRB has actually opened its own shop, in an amazing display of commercial acumen....

Max Beckmann

Max Beckmann (1884-1950) has long been recognised as one of Germany's leading 20th century artists...

How cities renew, rebuild & remember

Perhaps it was just a little ironic that, at a time when the bombing of Baghdad was in the offing, a...

Giorgio De Chirico and the Myth of Ariadne

Giorgio de Chirico's (1888-1978) enigmatic, haunting paintings of deserted city squares, shadows, sl...

Achille Castiglioni: an obituary

The death of Achille Castiglioni towards the end of last year is a sad reminder that...

David Hockney: Painting on Paper

David Hockney: Painting on Paper at Annely Juda concentrates on the artist's dynamic new use of wat...

Antony Gormley: Field for the British Isles

Antony Gormley's 'Field for the British Isles' is one of the most riveting projects by a British scu...

Albrecht Dürer and his Legacy: The graphic work of a Renaissance artist

The British Museum celebrates its 250th anniversary this year. If the present exhibition - Albrecht ...

When Attitudes become Form

Eva Hesse at Tate Modern is a wonderful, enigmatic exhibition that inspires a wide range of interpre...

Versace at the V&A

Versace at the V&A is the largest exhibition that the Victoria and Albert Museum, in London, has eve...

Aztecs at the Royal Academy

The Aztec exhibition at the Royal Academy opened on 16 November and will run until 11 April 2003. Th...

Howard Hodgkin: Large Paintings 1984-2002

Howard Hodgkin is regarded as one of the most important artists in Britain working today...

Letter from Long Island

There have been some carping comments in British art magazines, such as 'The Museum ...

Cy Twombly: Philosophy in Paint

The exhibition was a survey of 50 years of Twombly's career in the different media he has explored: ...

Documenta 11

Australia is often out of synch with much of the rest of the world. The progressive Whitlam Labour e...

Artist as Peacemaker - Beyond Conflict

Beyond Conflict is a natural extension of the work of Richard Demarco in Edinburgh; he has spent his...

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...

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