‘Primary Structures’ in 1966 featured minimalist sculptors from the US and UK. This revisionist revival looks further afield
Packed with treasures, this exhibition will be hard to top
Time enjoyed is never time wasted
A round-up of the week’s reviews: sculpture in the landscape and sculpture in the home
Fischer’s sculptures are on show at Gagosian’s new Park Avenue space, and a temporary downtown venue
The artist’s powerful and unsettling sculptures deserve to be better known in the UK
What’s behind the rise and rise of Italian fashion?
Penone delights in the interplay between man, nature, and art
A round-up of the week’s reviews, from 18th-century pastels to contemporary paintings
The Petit Palais is the perfect location for ‘Paris 1900’ and its sumptuous exploration of the Belle Époque
Stained pink, Mosse’s film from the Democratic Republic of Congo takes on a nightmarishly surreal aspect
Some of the world’s most significant modern artists experimented with textile design
‘…to be iconoclast is also a gesture of respect, of devotion.’
Quick to use and extremely versatile, pastels were very popular in 18th-century Britain. Are we seeing a revival?
Post-Communist Transylvania collides with the neon-fronted buildings of free market California
Review of ‘Degenerate Art’ at the Neue Galerie, New York
A round-up of the week’s reviews: Anselm Kiefer, Phyllida Barlow, Camille Henrot and sustainable art
Barlow’s wonderfully wobbly looking monoliths are powerful but unpretentious
French artist Camille Henrot’s first solo UK exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery is like asking a question and receiving a million answers
A round-up of the week’s reviews: Paris, paintings, and two very different types of print
The Architecture Foundation’s latest display looks at models of sustainability in architecture. Are visual artists keeping up?
A winningly eccentric exhibition of contemporary painting
The chiaroscuro woodcut prints in this exhibition are technically brilliant and visually beautiful. The only thing they lack here is context