Matisse’s cut-outs have arrived in New York; and it’s a piece from MoMA’s own collection that steals the show
Our round-up of recent reviews: Anthony Caro, Thomas Hart Benton, Rossetti’s Obsession and a generous Georgian
The artist is the latest US Regionalist to be lauded in a major museum
The Foundling Museum introduces Dr Richard Mead
‘The Last Sculptures’ is a timely celebration of Caro’s late work, almost a year after his death
Jane Morris posed as numerous legendary characters for Rossetti: what of her own?
Recent exhibition reviews, including Constable, Edwin Smith and a modern take on the minotaur myth
Abandoned and neglected sites feature as prominently as those in construction in the Barbican’s photography exhibition
The reopening of Flat 130 makes Brutalism briefly accessible
There was more to the Ming period than blue and white porcelain
The troubling sounds of five war-damaged instruments are heard for the first time in over 100 years
Kettle’s Yard showcases the wood engravings of Gwen Raverat, who made her name depicting the area around Cambridge
Edwin Smith’s photographs captured the end of a different age
Reid Kelley retells the minotaur story with rare and quite brilliant verve
Another informative episode, but why does it claim to be about war when the subject is given so little airtime?
If you thought that you knew John Constable’s art, you are going to be in for something of a surprise
From ancient Assyria to the Vienna Actionists…a round-up of recent reviews and interviews
The nuances of the new hang might be lost on the non-specialist, but overall the Wallace Collection’s refurbished gallery is magnificent
To really appreciate this body of work, leave your sense of propriety at the door
Fiona Banner’s extraordinary indoor Chinook will make you want duck and run
Andrew Graham-Dixon gives an engaging account of the modern artist and marketeer. But what about the war?
Great British artists in the limelight this week: ‘Late Turner’ at Tate; Christopher Dresser at the Fine Art Society; and Paul Nash on BBC Four
Will Gilbert and George’s Scapegoating Pictures have the same impact in Paris as in London?