From London to St Ives: Interview with Sam Thorne
Sam Thorne joined Tate St Ives as its artistic director in March: we spoke to him about Cornwall and curating
Review: ‘The Craze for Pastel’ at Tate Britain
Quick to use and extremely versatile, pastels were very popular in 18th-century Britain. Are we seeing a revival?
Flowers in the Fitzwilliam Museum
If you happen to pass the Shiba Gallery, a glance into the display room might reveal a species of painting with which you’re unfamiliar
Edmund de Waal creates an atmosphere of meditation at the Fitzwilliam Museum with the display ‘On White: Porcelain Stories’
Best is Yet to Come
The Hamburger Bahnhof looks at 20th-century attitudes to the future, but didn’t foresee some of the problems of its chosen approach
Propped Up Portraits
Carefully staged celebrity portraits by Jonathan Yeo and Michael Peto are on display at the National Portrait Gallery
He may be more famous for his sculptural work, but Richard Serra’s etchings at the Alan Cristea Gallery carry their own weight.
‘She changed how we encounter sculpture’ – remembering Phyllida Barlow (1944–2023)