Rosalind McKever is the Harry M. Weinrebe Curatorial Fellow at the National Gallery, London

Beyond Modigliani – alternative histories of modern Italian art in New York

Uncovering some of the period’s forgotten stars

23 Nov 2015

Surface Tension: Celebrating Alberto Burri’s Centenary

The centenary of the artist’s birth is being marked by exhibitions and events worldwide

13 Oct 2015

The Many Faces of Audrey Hepburn

The National Portrait Gallery celebrates the woman who Cecil Beaton called ‘a new icon of femininity’

9 Jul 2015

Review: ‘Zero Atmosphere’ at Cortesi Gallery, London

Is London’s attention shifting away from Italian art?

26 May 2015

Hepworth Wakefield puts plaster casts in pride of place

Barbara Hepworth once called plaster ‘a dead material’. She was wrong

20 May 2015

When was the avant-garde?

The term ‘avant-garde’ has shifted meaning from its military roots to the byword for artistic innovation. How should we apply it to art history?

10 Mar 2015

Review: Agostino Bonalumi at Mazzoleni Art, London

Bonalumi was a pivotal figure in post-war Italian abstraction; finally he’s getting the attention he deserves

9 Feb 2015

London’s Italian art invasion

An extraordinary quantity of post-war Italian art has been exhibited, sold and written about this year. What’s behind the rich pickings?

5 Dec 2014