Upritchard Uprooted

The mandrake screams when it is uprooted: Francis Upritchard’s strange uprooted outsiders seem to have given up the fight

28 Sep 2013

Ideal Man

The Musée d’Orsay’s exhibition of male nudes is almost a great show, but it misses a timely opportunity to explore homoerotic sentiment in art

28 Sep 2013

Revival: Laura Ashley

An exhibition at the Bowes Museum proves that Laura Ashley’s influence lives on

27 Sep 2013

Little d’Angers

An exhibition at the Frick Collection ostensibly celebrates David d’Angers’ monumental sculpture, but his small medallions steal the show

26 Sep 2013

The Pearls and Shells of Qatar

There’s history behind the V&A’s ‘Pearls’ exhibition, its partnership with the Qatar Museums Authority, and its aptly-named sponsor, Shell

23 Sep 2013

Jordaens: Ardent Artifice

Jordaens has languished in the shadow of Rubens and Van Dyck, but an exhibition at the Petit Palais brings the artist back into the spotlight

23 Sep 2013

In the Eye of the Collector

‘Désirs et Volupté’, a selection of Victorian art from the Pérez Simón collection at the Musée Jacquemart-André, won’t be to everyone’s taste

21 Sep 2013

Fresh Air

New galleries continue to open in the east of London, despite rueful talk of the area’s artistic demise

21 Sep 2013

Imperfect Importance: Laura Knight

Laura Knight is undoubtedly an important figure in British art and history; she’s just not a particularly inspiring painter

19 Sep 2013

Flesh over Bone

Francis Bacon wins the latest bout between artistic heavyweights, against Henry Moore at the Ashmolean

17 Sep 2013

On the Outskirts: Lowry at Tate

Tate’s long-awaited exhibition makes an ambitious but confused attempt to bring Lowry in from the cold

16 Sep 2013

20/21 British Art Fair

Roisin Astell speaks with some of this year’s exhibitors and bumps into Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood…

13 Sep 2013


He may be more famous for his sculptural work, but Richard Serra’s etchings at the Alan Cristea Gallery carry their own weight.

13 Sep 2013

The Dark Side

Georg Baselitz’s powerful sculptures and paintings acquire a slick black gloss at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac’s Paris Pantin Space

11 Sep 2013

Paper Tigers

The Saatchi Gallery’s latest exhibition promises great things, but too many works fail to deliver

10 Sep 2013

Review: Role Plays

Stage-set scenarios and incongruous figure groupings lend Jockum Nordström’s work at the Camden Arts Centre an unsettling appeal

8 Sep 2013

Poetry in Motion

An exhibition of Choucair’s work at Tate Modern proves that lack of exposure does not equate to lack of status

6 Sep 2013

Chickening Out

Katharina Fritsch’s blue cock should be commended for attracting genuine public interest without resorting to shock tactics beyond a bad pun

4 Sep 2013

Review: Curiouser and Curiouser

Unexpected connections abound in Brian Dillon’s eclectic cabinet of curiosities

2 Sep 2013

Review: Inside Out

The Royal Academy’s exhibition devoted to Richard Rogers is justifiably – but perhaps excessively – ambitious

1 Sep 2013

Review: The Art of Music

An exhibition on Vermeer and music at London’s National Gallery is a harmonious triumph

1 Sep 2013

Review: Giants in the Field

Moore and Rodin make unlikely bedfellows but their pairing at Perry Green results in some fruitful juxtapositions

1 Sep 2013

Review: Ghost in the Machine

This summer Michael Landy brings giant robots to the National Gallery in London

1 Sep 2013