Manifesto by Julian Rosefeldt (starring Cate Blanchett)

A moving medley of manifestos

Julian Rosefeldt’s new film looks again at the emotionally charged, political, performative texts that have shaped the course of culture

13 Nov 2017
Men and boys in Southam Street, London (1959), Roger Mayne. Courtesy of the Mary Evans Picture Library; © Roger Mayne/Mary Evans Picture Library

Roger Mayne, the ‘Laureate of Teenage London’

The Photographers’ Gallery hosts the first major London exhibition of Roger Mayne’s work since 1999

19 Apr 2017
Medallion (YouWe) (1937), Gluck. Ömer M. Koç Collection

Gluck’s rebellion against artistic and gender norms

Ninety years after Gluck’s first exhibition at the Fine Art Society, the painter seems as radical as ever

15 Feb 2017

Reinventing Impressionism for a new Australia

A show at the National Gallery considers how four artists used international Impressionism to forge a new national identity

20 Dec 2016