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Aztecs at the Royal Academy

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

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Letter from Long Island

There have been some carping comments in British art magazines, such as 'The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is...

Howard Hodgkin: Large Paintings 1984-2002

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

Cy Twombly: Philosophy in Paint

The Cy Twombly exhibition appropriately shown at Inverleith House 'the most ideal gallery in Britai...

The story of K&M

Vitaly Komar, Alexander Melamid. 'Dmitry Tveritinov's story' at Marat Guelman's gallery.

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Documenta 11

Australia is often out of synch with much of the rest of the world. The progressive Whitlam Labour era of the 1970s wa...

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Metamorphing: Transformation in science, art and mythology

For humans, change has always been essential, but difficult nonetheless....

Artist as Peacemaker - Beyond Conflict

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

Unseen Vogue: The Secret History of Fashion Photography

Unseen Vogue, an exhibition shown recently in the Design ...

Rapture: Art's seduction by fashion since 1970

'Rapture' is at the Barbican Gallery from 10 October to 23 December 2002

StArt Artists in Malta

An old tenement building close to the harbour in Valletta seems an unlikely location in whic...

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Andrew Forge 1923-2002

Andrew Forge, who died on 4 September 2002 in New Milford, Connecticut, aged 78, was a prominent and influen...

Barnett Newman at Tate Modern

The Barnett Newman exhibition has opened and is a perfect fit with the Gallery spaces on Level 4. If ...

Fabric of Vision: Dress and Drapery in Painting

Over the summer (19 June—8 September 2002) the National Gallery, ...

Accountancy as terrorism: 'Christie Malry's Own Double Entry'

All over Hollywood, producers and screenwriters are pitching 'high co...

David Blackburn: The Sublime Landscape

David Blackburn's exhibition at the Hart Gallery in London coincides with the publication of...

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Matisse Picasso

Matisse Picasso at Tate Modern has just finished, but moves on to Paris and New York later this year and early next...

Kassel Documenta

Kassel Documenta is commonly compared to the Olympic games, but, being an inhabitant of former Eastern Empire, I r...

Daniel Libeskind: Imperial War Museum at Salford, Manchester

Daniel Libeskind's new building, an adjunct to the Imperial War Museum...

Norbert Francis Attard

Next month (September) should have seen the figure of St Peter suspended face downwards between two Doric pi...

Masters of Colour: Derain to Kandinsky

Only 30 years ago, Gabrielle and Werner Merzbacher began to form a collection of early 20th ...

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Ansel Adams at 100

Ansel Adams’ images are as fundamental to the narrative of the American West as the films of John Ford or the ...

William Eggleston

After the lyrical and mythic Ansel Adams, the photographs of William Eggleston are like a punch in the gut with a...

Braun AG Headquarters, Melsungen, Germany

The first scheme described here was initially designed by the architects James Stirlin...

The Banksias: Watercolours

The Banksias: Watercolours’, by Celia Rosser at the State Library of Victoria, Melb...

Mirror, mirror

No single model of self-portraiture can stand for the experiences of women generally, or fully express the rich inte...

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Skythian baba: A painting counter-revolution

Natalia Goncharova, one of the famous originators of Russian avant-gard...

The Blackest Square

The fourth ‘Black Square’ by Kazimir Malevich belonging to Inkombank, which collapsed...

Paul Klee: The Nature of Creation

In vast contrast to Tate Modern’s Warhol exhibition earlier this year, the P...

Brit Art from the Fifties: the reality versus the myth

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



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