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Book review: One Thousand Drawings by Tracey Emin

Tracey Emin: Those Who Suffer Love was shown at White Cube Gallery, London earlier this year (29 May...

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Raphael to Renoir

The Raphael to Renoir exhibition at the National Galleries of Scotland (NGS) allows a rare glimpse i...

Book review: The Woodblock Painting of Cressida Campbell

Containing nearly 300 illustrationsThe Woodblock Painting of Cressida Campbellis the first comprehen...

The Discovery of Spain. British Artists and Collectors: Goya to Picasso

In The Discovery of Spain exhibition, the National Gallery of Scotland (NGS) has put together an aes...

Radical Nature: Art and Architecture for a Changing Planet 1969-2009

It is appropriate therefore that the earliest works in this exhibition date from that time, tracking...

One Collector's Delightful Passion

Buriki: Japanese Tin Toys from the Golden Age of the American Automobile An Exhibition of the Yoku ...

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Beyond Bloomsbury: Designs of the Omega Workshops, 1913–19

Beyond Bloomsbury: Designs of the Omega Workshops, 1913-19 offers an opportunity for the work of the...

Luis Barragan: Il Poeta Del Silenzio

The year 2002 commemorated the centenary of the birth of Luis Barragan, one of the great architect-p...

The Beijing National Aquatics Centre

Situated on the western side of the extended axis along the Olympic Green and directly fronting the ...

The Beijing National Stadium - Beijing Olympic Architecture in Retrospect ...

The modern day Olympic Games has been than just a sporting event where thousands of athletes gather ...

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Gormley's Plinth: One and Other

One and Other. Trafalgar Square, London, 6 July...

Roni Horn aka Roni Horn

Roni Horn is fascinated by Iceland: she discovers a symbolic language amid the island’s climate, h...

Futurism at Tate Modern (Futurismo ma no Futurisme)

The most memorable ever Futurist exhibition took place in Venice, as long ago as l986. Entitled Futu...

Garden & Cosmos: The Royal Paintings of Jodphur

This exhibition examines comprehensively two particular styles of Indian painting, which developed b...

Artists in the Bush: Land Issues in the Art of GW Bot, Wendy Stavrianos an...

The landscape has inspired all Australian artists since the first explorations of the continent, and...

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Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour, 1950 to Today

A man praying, then standing on his head...

Whitechapel rising: the new opening

A retrospective exhibition of the architecture of Alvar Aalto in central London is extremely timely....

Book review: Tarkovsky. Russian film-maker

This is a remarkable new compendium on the life and work of the Russian film-maker Andrei Tarkovsky ...

Beauty Rendered. The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion

Idealised notions of feminine beauty have, from the beginnings of human history, been a yardstick by...

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Victor Majzner, Painting the Torah, 2008

Victor Majzner (b.1945) published a limited edition book (750 copies), Painting the Torah (2008), to...

Klaus Moje: A Love Affair with Glass

Considered to be the founding father of the contemporary glass movement in Australia, Klaus Moje has...

Baroque World: Baroque 1620-1800: Style in the Age of Magnificence, V&A, L...

Baroque is above everything, the word for a particular style in music, ceramics, furniture, drama, c...

The British Council Collection; Passports

Relatively unknown inside of Britain, the British Council in fact plays an extensive role in nurturi...

Sickert in Venice. Dulwich Picture Gallery, London. 2009

In 1905 Sickert returned triumphantly from Venice ready to take on and lead the new generation of Br...

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Gerhard Richter Portraits

Last autumn the Serpentine hummed with Gerhard Richter...

Designs On at the University of Dundee

The exhibition Designs On at the University of Dundee was conceived as part of the conference V&A at...

Constable Portraits: The Painter and his Circle

This spring the National Portrait Gallery (NPG), armed with a little trowel, unearths lesser-known w...

Book review: Andrei Tarkovsky: elements of cinema

The film Director Andrei Tarkovsky died at the age of 54 in December l986. This was a tragedy at suc...



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