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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...

Paul Klee: The Nature of Creation

In vast contrast to Tate Modern’s Warhol exhibition earlier this year, the Picasso Matisse which i...

The Boyds; Australian Gothic: a life of Albert Tucker; Sidney Nolan – bo...

Art is a central force in Aboriginal culture and a critical political tool. Through an understan...

Brit Art from the Fifties: the reality versus the myth

Just after the war, when France had Picasso and Matisse, Giacometti and Existentialism, and Britain ...

Peter Doig 100 years ago

'100 Years Ago' is the name of Peter Doig's current show, the first in London since his Whitechapel ...

A pelican in the wilderness – book review

A short review does not do justice to this splendid publication by novelist Isabel Colegate, publish...

Return of the Buddha: The Qingzhou Discoveries

In 1996, while levelling the sports field of the Shefan primary school in Qingzhou, ...

Body Worlds: Fascination Beneath the Surface

Body Worlds exhibits human corpses: skinned, gutted, flayed, peeled, shelled, filleted, opened up ...

Gerhard Richter: Forty years of painting

The enigma of the German painter Gerhard Richter (b.1932) is finally explored through Robert Storr's...

Richard Demarco's Edinburgh

Edinburgh belongs to a special kind of city deserving of the UNESCO designation as a...

Letter from Poland

Depart Edinburgh Airport BA 1435 at 7.40 am arriving Heathrow 09.15 am....

American Sublime: Landscape Painting in the United States 1820-1880

In the opening column of the curator Andrew Wilton’s excellent catalogue summary, The Sublime in t...

Arne Jacobsen Centenary

February sees the end of the celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Danish a...

Andy Warhol: A retrospective at Tate Modern

A series of major exhibitions are planned in association with the British Tourist Authority to bring...

The authentic and the twitch: architecture, tourism and simulacrum

The authentic and the twitch: architecture, tourism and simulacrum – Increasingly, we now seek to ...

Letter from Sydney

The year 2000 in Sydney was a hard act to follow. Every cynic - and there were many ...

Will Maclean: Driftworks

Will Maclean’s exhibition, ‘Driftworks’ at Dundee Contemporary Arts (24 November 2001 – 3 Fe...

Letter from Shanghai

Ever since the Treaty of Nangking opened Shanghai to foreign trade in 1842, the city...

The Art of Ken Done

Janet McKenzie's book, The Art of Ken Done, is about an Australian artist who, apparently, has never...

Ken Kiff – book review

The new book on Ken Kiff joins Thames and Hudson's list of finely produced, readable monographs....

Frank Auerbach

Frank Auerbach's career is celebrated at the Royal Academy in all the ways in which this institution...

The Print in Italy 1550-1620

‘The Print in Italy 1550–1620’ at the British Museum (27 September 2001–6 January 2002) is a...

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