The galleries haven’t changed that much, but the city itself has, and not for the better
Has the National Gallery made Delacroix a bit…dull? Can a B-movie really be classed as art? And why is Barry Flanagan only famous for his hares?
The art shows worth seeing in London this fortnight, from Naum Gabo’s subtle prints at Alan Cristea, to Jo Spence’s harrowing final work
The current show at Marian Goodman gallery is a blast, and White Cube has come up with a winner, too
Is it acceptable to lay into an octogenarian painter who has long been a ‘national treasure’?
‘I made it my mission last week to find a show that captured the city’s twitchiness.’
Hacktivists crash Tenderpixel’s private view; Berenice Abbott’s works intrigue at Beetles + Huxley; and Sadie Coles opens a new gallery
Nobody has captured the city’s ever-changing whirl quite like Auerbach: don’t miss his shows at Tate Britain and Marlborough
Cartier-Bresson, Bomberg’s circle and Damien Hirst’s homage to Hoyland: don’t let Frieze week distract you from these London shows