It wasn’t just the Cubists who responded to the 20th century’s upheavals
The Affichistes used throwaway materials but their legacy endures
I’ve tried to stay away from what most people would expect from a show about craft
Van Dyck’s celebrated last self-portrait tours to Margate at the centre of a major exhibition
The Courtauld Gallery is opening a new space this year dedicated to the display of drawings
We asked the curators of the Arthur M. Sackler gallery’s latest show to pick their favourite exhibits
Polenova was leading figure from the Russian Arts and Crafts movement
The new wing of the new Rijksmuseum is playing host to a display of new photography
The art of the book…
New York’s masterpieces are reunited to mark the 400th anniversary of the artist’s death
How did artists develop new ways of depicting urban life in the 1960s and ’70s?
How important was drawing to the Renaissance sculptor?
A new exhibition celebrates the work of Caspar Wolf and ‘the wild, uncivilised world of the mountains’
A new exhibition in Munich explores Bernardo Bellotto’s legacy, and examines his famously detailed work
Curator Oliver Wick discusses staging an encounter between Schiele and Saville
Laure Dalon, curator of ‘Hokusai’, talks about the artist’s Manga, his poetic late works, and the curatorial problems posed by fragile pieces
Without Rubens no rococo, no romanticism, no orientalism. Perhaps even no Impressionism.
The roots of global communication – which has profoundly shaped the modern world – lie deep in our ancient past
The challenges and opportunities of curating a gallery exhibition about film
A new exhibition promises ‘a journey through the training…of the young artist to his most acclaimed exhibition pieces’
Perugino takes centre stage in Paris
Martina Droth, curator of ‘Sculpture Victorious’, discusses historical perspective, images of power, and a seven foot tall majolica elephant…
Curator David Blayney Brown discusses setting Turner free from reductive critical stereotypes
The curator’s introduction to a new exhibition of Courbet’s work, opening in September at the Beyeler Foundation