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Boom or clunk?

The latest press speculation that the National Lottery will be expected to transfer massive funding ...

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Architecture in Scotland 2004-2006: Defining Place

'Architecture in Scotland 2004-2006: Defining Place' is both a book and an exhibition,1 the latter p...

Robert Rauschenberg: Combines

It was only a matter of time before the work of Robert Rauschenberg would again receive a star billi...

Holbein in England

Hans Holbein the Younger was an artist and painter by profession, and a humanist intellectual by inc...

MoMA Sets An Eye On Europe

In any season, New York City is a magnet for anyone connected with the arts. On the roster for its f...

In the Playground of a Master Alchemist

Playful and provocative, whimsical and ironic - these are some adjectives that might come to mind wh...

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Kandinsky: The Path to Abstraction

For decades, art history taught us that Kandinsky was the greatest pioneer of abstract art, the arti...

Velázquez

The current Vel...

William Hogarth

The great 18th-century caricaturist, William Hogarth, who signed himself 'Britophil', caught the moo...

Breaking the Myths

Amedeo Modigliani's (1884-1920) premature death at the age of 35, as a consequence of bohemian exces...

London Fashion Week: Sympathy for the Devil

London Fashion Week coincided very closely with the launch of 'The Devil Wears Prada', starring Mery...

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Kerry James Marshall: Along the Way

Finishing its last call on 22 October 2006 was the exhibition entitled 'Along the Way', covering the...

Stirling Prize for Architecture 2006 (RIBA UK)

This month, the architect, Richard Rogers, has attained a summit point in his career in winning the ...

Daniel Buren and his Invention Trajectory

Daniel Buren has had a stimulating and now distinguished continuity in Britain. The arrival of his e...

Frieze Art Fair 2006

The Frieze Art Fair is many things: a spectacle, a film festival, a four-day extravaganza of talks, ...

Francis Bacon in the 1950s

The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts seems like a fitting starting point for this fascinating tourin...

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The Changing Face of Oz

For millions of people, The Wizard of Oz brings to mind the 1939 MGM movie musical starring Judy Gar...

Unmasking the Heroes of American Comic Art

The contemporary comic genre contains many novel and sophisticated artistic expressions. Art Spiegel...

Building an Identity Through Innovation and Change: The Bienal de Sã...

Taking the Venice Biennale as a model, the Bienal de S...

The Architecture of the Last Empire

The past decade has seen a growing interest in the British Indian Empire and its inner social and ec...

A Barrel of Laughs, A Vale of Tears

'Artists can colour the sky red because they know it's blue. Those of us who aren't artists must col...

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Pallant House

In August, this website featured an assessment of the high quality of the collections at Pallant Hou...

Hilla von Rebay: the Artist Behind the Guggenheim

Hilla von Rebay is perhaps best known as Solomon R. Guggenheim's art adviser and the person who comm...

Aalto Gathering in Finland

An important event in architectural terms took place this summer in Finland, where the 10th Internat...

Melbourne Art Fair 2006: A Celebration of Indigenous Art and Beyond

In August, more than 26,000 visitors flocked to the biennial Melbourne Art Fair, considered by the A...

Interview: Kim Thomas Reflects On Art, Music, Poetry and Life

Kim Thomas has been painting, writing poetry and singing for most of her life. Perhaps that is why t...

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Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment, Design

No major painter in the history of art has a surviving corpus of paintings smaller than that of Leon...

Contemporary Clay: Japanese Ceramics for the New Century

'Contemporary Clay: Japanese Ceramics for the New Century', on view at Japan Society in New York Cit...

Rodin

The Royal Academy is currently thronged with jostling human bodies and body parts. These are not, ho...

West Meets East in a DADAdventure

Just as the extensive exhibit, 'DADA', which revisited the movement, closed at the Museum of Modern ...



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