Reviews

Reframing Futurism at the Guggenheim

The sheer scale of the Guggenheim’s display makes it impossible to box Futurism into its usual uneasy categories

7 Mar 2014

The Face of War: ‘The Great War in Portraits’

This thoughtful and thought-provoking exhibition gives the war a human face

6 Mar 2014

Keywords and Constellations at Tate Liverpool

‘Keywords’ is a great idea for an exhibition, but it’s easy to lose some of the threads in the display

5 Mar 2014

‘Treasures from Korea’ in the USA

An exhibition of Korean art from the Joseon Dynasty has begun its year-long tour of the US

4 Mar 2014

Muse Reviews: 2 March

A round-up of the week’s reviews: dance, poetry, collage, textiles, installations and painting

2 Mar 2014

Art14 Highlights

Something had clearly gone very right at Art13 last year – Art14, its successor, was positively rammed on its opening night

2 Mar 2014

Loïe Fuller at La Casa Encendida, Madrid

This exhibition of the pioneering dancer and choreographer Loïe Fuller reveals her to be a thoroughly modern innovator

1 Mar 2014

Enitharmon Editions

‘Makin’ lit’ry his-tor-y…’ Founded in 1967, Enitharmon Press is flourishing, and has adapted its publishing profile in recent years

28 Feb 2014

Art and Life at Kettle’s Yard

‘Art & Life’ is a touring exhibition, but Kettle’s Yard is clearly its spiritual home

27 Feb 2014

Collage Master: Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern

Hamilton never shied away from blatancy and delighted in mischievous shock and awe on his own terms

26 Feb 2014

Joana Vasconcelos in Manchester

The artist has been given the run of the place, making and placing 18 works, as she put it to me, ‘wherever I could connect with something.’

25 Feb 2014

Basalt in St James’s Park

Jill McManners’ watercolours of the forbiddingly beautiful Shiant Isles look compellingly out of place in central London

23 Feb 2014

Losing Control: ‘Martin Creed: What’s the point of It?’

Creed asserts himself over the Hayward Gallery’s spaces and his presence is never entirely benign

23 Feb 2014

Culture Clash at the Royal Museums Greenwich

The RMG’s self-reflective conference looked at how contemporary art can contribute to historic contexts

22 Feb 2014

‘Hockney: Printmaker’ at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

An exhibition of Hockney’s prints reveal him to be full of nervous energy and analytical precision

20 Feb 2014

Great View: the UK’s first art history festival

‘View Festival’ in London was a great success: it seems bizarre that nothing like this has ever taken place in the city before

19 Feb 2014

‘La Bella Figura’ at Max Wigram Gallery

This exhibition of Italian post-war art and design is refreshingly alert to the country’s complex political tensions

17 Feb 2014

German Expressionism in Baltimore

The BMA tries to graft German Expressionism onto a French family tree, but it shouldn’t overlook the movement’s specific concerns

16 Feb 2014

Poetic Painters: Turner and Helen Frankenthaler at Turner Contemporary

This unusual exhibition is a delightful and energising experience

15 Feb 2014

‘Men in Pants’ at the De Morgan Centre

Life drawing and the mastery of the male form was an essential part of artistic study in the Victorian period. But what if the student was a woman?

14 Feb 2014

Discoveries: Exhibition Review

‘Discoveries’ contains several lovely moments, but never really comes together to contribute more than the sum of its parts

11 Feb 2014

Condo in London

George Condo is hot property right now, with two new solo exhibitions about to open in London. Does his new work live up to the hype?

10 Feb 2014

The Wild Side of Indian Art: Two Book Reviews

Two fascinating books explore the significance of the depiction of animals in Mughal art

10 Feb 2014

Ringing with Commendations: Joseph Wright

The Holburne has brought together a superb show that exceeds any limitations of scale or scope

9 Feb 2014