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Lawn Road Flats

There is a beautiful film called 'England: Home and Beauty' that is a testament to the glamour of th...

Everchanging mirage - Louis Vuitton Roppongi Hills

Louis Vuitton Roppongi Hills – Louis Vuitton first started as a manufacturer of expensive luggage ...

Roy Lichtenstein

The Lichtenstein retrospective at the Hayward Gallery establishes an interesting timescale in terms ...

Norman Foster: Works 1

This important volume is, as the publisher Prestel says, 'the keystone of a major pr...

Donald Judd

In 1969 Studio International allowed Donald Judd to air his grievances towards the art world in an a...

The Pleasure of 'Pain'. Pain: Passion, compassion, sensibility

Sadism and salvation, torture and tenderness, martyrdom and mercy: these are the subj...

The Art of Philip Guston: 1913-1980

Philip Guston is one of America's most important 20th century artists. His work occupies a unique pl...

Bill Viola: The Passions

Video artist Bill Viola's work reinforces the notion that a work of art will only yield its deepest ...

Karel Nel: Status of Dust

Art First in London have been showing the work of one of South Africa's most significant and interes...

Spider in the Field - Snow-Land Agrarian Culture Center, Matsudai by MVRDV

MVRDV is an office for urbanism and architecture based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, founded by Win...

A Crystalline, Kaleidoscopic Universe - Prada Aoyama, Tokyo by Herzog & de...

In 1999 Prada launched the "Epicentre Store" programme to examine different ways of reinventing the ...

Interview with David Elliott, Director of Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

Since it opened in October 2003, the Mori Art Museum in Tokyo has attracted 750,000 visitors for its...

Vital Configurations: The paintings of Susan Rothenberg

Paintings by American artist Susan Rothenberg were on show at Waddington Galleries, London in Novemb...

Ashley Havinden: Advertising and the Artist

The work of Ashley Havinden is on show at the Dean Gallery in Edinburgh. Havinden was a major force ...

Worldly Wisdom: The Enlightenment Gallery

The Enlightenment Gallery at the British Museum opened on 12 December 2003 as the culmination of the...

Helen Frankenthaler: Paintings on Paper (1949-2002)

Helen Frankenthaler: Paintings on Paper (1949-2002) – Until the 1970s and 1980s, drawings (and ind...

Eric Ravilious

Eric Ravilious, the renowned English painter of the pre-war decade, was killed in 1943 aged 39 while...

FACE UP - Contemporary Art from Australia, Nationalgalerie im Hamburger Ba...

At the Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum of Contemporary Art in Berlin, an important exhibition is showing w...

FRIEZE ART FAIR

The first Frieze Art Fair, a major new international art fair, took place in London from 17–20 Oct...

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...

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