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Bill Brandt: A Centenary Retrospective

Two parallel exhibitions of the work of the greatest British 20th century photographe...

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Yoshitomo Nara: From the Depth of my Drawer

The title of this exhibition somehow creates nostalgia in your mind. We all have tim...

Past Things and Present: Jasper Johns since 1983

The first major exhibition in Britain of American Jasper Johns since 1977 at the Hayw...

Russian Landscape in the Age of Tolstoy

Russian Landscape in the Age of Tolstoy, at the National Gallery this summer reveals ...

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2004

This year's innovative Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy, London was selected an...

Jacques Henri Lartigue

There is an innocent quality about the photographs of Jacque Henri Lartigue, an hones...

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When words are worth more than pictures

'Inventing Race' is the intriguing title. But I first went to LACMA West. It was of p...

Edward Hopper

The paintings of Edward Hopper have come to represent a quintessentially American exp...

Elsa Schiaparelli

Elsa Schiaparelli, the flamboyant fashion designer of the Art Deco period, is renowned for her fabul...

Swiss Re, a lovable gherkin in space

'If you seek his monument, look around' - such was the epithet chosen by his son, for Sir Christophe...

The enigma of Édouard Vuillard

Revisiting Vuillard on the last day of the exhibition, one is prone to many aftertho...

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Jellicoe to Jencks: New landscapes, new allegories.

Two highly significant but very different landscape and garden theorists are Sir Geof...

Mark Rowan-Hull: Seeing Music, Hearing Colour

Mark Rowan-Hull's abstract paintings form a dialogue with music. Firstly a pianist, Rowan-Hull (born...

Awesome Archigram

Awesome the group has been, for they have become a 20th century phenomenon. The tota...

Dior Omotesando

With the latest trend of fashion houses stamping their presence in Japan by engaging...

Lawn Road Flats

There is a beautiful film called 'England: Home and Beauty' that is a testament to t...

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Everchanging mirage - Louis Vuitton Roppongi Hills

Louis Vuitton first started as a manufacturer of expensive luggage and bags. Over the years, the...

Roy Lichtenstein

The Lichtenstein retrospective at the Hayward Gallery establishes an interesting tim...

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 occup...

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Bill Viola: The Passions

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

Karel Nel: Status of Dust

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

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...

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

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

Vital Configurations: The paintings of Susan Rothenberg

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

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Ashley Havinden: Advertising and the Artist

The work of Ashley Havinden is on show at the Dean Gallery in Edinburgh. Havinden wa...

Worldly Wisdom: The Enlightenment Gallery

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

Helen Frankenthaler: Paintings on Paper (1949-2002)

Until the 1970s and 1980s, drawings (and indeed all works on paper) were considered t...

Eric Ravilious

Eric Ravilious, the renowned English painter of the pre-war decade, was killed in 19...



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