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

‘AZIMUT/H’ at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection

In 1959 a flash of activity illuminated Milan’s already vibrant artistic scene

11 Nov 2014

Can artificial intelligence really identify artistic influence?

Scientists have developed an algorithm that identifies visual affinities between paintings. Are we all out of a job?

19 Sep 2014

Review: ‘Jasper Johns: Regrets’ at the Courtauld Gallery

Lucian Freud in Francis Bacon’s studio through Jasper Johns’s eyes: a small but powerful show

12 Sep 2014

The Tate Affair: then and now

The Tate has been in the firing line in recent years; is recent criticism comparable to the infamous ‘Tate Affair’ of 1952–54?

5 Aug 2014

Looking Good: National Gallery exhibitions promote close looking

‘Making Colour’ and ‘Building the Picture’ point out details in paintings that are easily overlooked

28 Jul 2014

Review: ‘Giulio Paolini: To Be or Not to Be’ at the Whitechapel Gallery

Paolini’s work isn’t well known in the UK, but it remains as relevant as ever

15 Jul 2014

Review: ‘Mario Schifano 1960−67’ at Luxembourg & Dayan

Focusing on seven key years in Schifano’s incessant artistic metamorphosis

1 Jul 2014

Civilisation 2.0: who could replace Kenneth Clark?

The BBC intends to remake Kenneth Clark’s seminal TV programme ‘Civilisation’. Who should present it?

13 May 2014

Review: Made in Italy, ‘The Glamour of Italian Fashion’ at the V&A

What’s behind the rise and rise of Italian fashion?

16 Apr 2014

Review: Pablo Echaurren at the Estorick Collection

‘…to be iconoclast is also a gesture of respect, of devotion.’

11 Apr 2014