Can T.S. Eliot’s poetic experiments be read alongside parallel developments in the visual arts? And how much has he influenced artists?
An exhibition of the artist’s works at Victoria Miro – the first in London in over a decade – is a lesson in painterly deftness
David Hockney found his great inspiration in the backyards of California – creating a look that influenced generations of artists
The only living poet to have won the Nobel Prize for Literature responds to one of the greatest living painters
Neither painter seems afraid of trying new things in their respective shows at the Royal Academy and Serpentine Gallery
Several notable modern poets have been attracted to the freshness of Wood’s artistic vision and the romantic glamour of his short life
Désiré Feuerle is the latest person to move his art collection underground
Copying prehistoric rock painting was an art in its own right – and one that had a striking impact on modernism
Hundreds attended events in support of Ashraf Fayadh, who faces the death sentence in Saudi Arabia
The Romantic association between creativity and alcohol has no foundation, but alcohol and its effects have proved a rich subject for artists
The building is simultaneously remnant and monument, a showcase for historical artefacts which itself embodies Europe’s disastrous history
His literary and profoundly religious approach to art put Jones out of step with modernism. Can two new exhibitions revive his reputation?
Berlin Art Week kicks off the season, while the art fair ‘abc’ (art berlin contemporary) promises corners without walls…
Too many masterpieces from this collection are stuck in storage
Life in Squares is not the intellectual romp that we were promised
The characters in Walker’s works are caught in moments of enigmatic significance, at once inconsequential and charged with possible implication
With the World Cup final fast approaching, it’s a good time to reconsider this particular collective myth
Why would one of the most painterly of contemporary painters decide to start issuing screenprints?
Alex Katz talks to Matthew Sperling about his memories of the New York School and his love of poetry
Extracts from our April issue, in which the celebrated painter discusses his life and work
‘Makin’ lit’ry his-tor-y…’ Founded in 1967, Enitharmon Press is flourishing, and has adapted its publishing profile in recent years
A new 50p piece, designed by Tom Phillips to celebrate the centenary of Benjamin Britten’s birth, attempts to ‘set the wild echoes flying’
Elegant and expensive, the republication of the Zervos Picasso Catalogue by Cahiers d’Art is a strange throwback to a very different era