Edvard Munch from next year will be displayed in a new aluminium tower that has divided local opinion as it changes the skyline near Oslo’s iceberg-like opera house on the waterfront.
Stuart Henson reflects on the serendipity that led to the creation of a high-quality artist’s book from Redfox Press which combines photographic images with poems by John Greening
For many of us stuck here in the grey fastness of a London winter, a visit to the 2019 Pierre Bonnard exhibition has brought some welcome relief.
D A Prince appreciates the subtle way in which the two parts of Carol DeVaughn’s collection fit together
Your Culture is not mine…or is it? America’s tense relationship with high culture. By Stephanie V Sears
As a half French, half American individual, I give in to a pastime common to double nationals, which consists of regularly comparing both countries of origin.
A place that exists only in moonlight. Turner Contemporary. Katie Paterson & JMW Turner. Review by Fiona Sinclair.
There is a natural symbiosis between the two artists in this exhibition. Both, although divided by centuries, seek to present the relationship between man and his place in the universe.
The Museum Carlo Bilotti is located in the elegant edifice of the Orangery in the park of Villa Borghese. It is one of the many and interesting museums of the Municipality of Rome scattered around the capital, and is free of charge.
Paintings by Howard Fritz at the Torriano Meeting House, 99 Torriano Avenue, London, NW5 2RX from January 12th 2019
An enthralling survey of ancient myths is the central idea of Ovid’s exhibition at Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome.
A daring exhibition of Yayoi Kusama’s work at Victoria Miro Art Gallery.
In 1933, Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. In the world of fashion, shoulders broadened and the iconic 1930s shape became established.
Andrea Mantegna was a self-made man from Padua. In 1453, he married into the greatest artistic family of nearby Venice and became the brother-in-law of Giovanni Bellini.