London Diary: 19 April

Ravilious is bonkers and brilliant in Dulwich; Space sparkles at Daniel Blau; and is ‘Woman in Gold’ so bad it’s good?

19 Apr 2015

Muse Reviews: 19 April

Sultans, surveillance, and a gallery full of empty frames

19 Apr 2015

Sonia Delaunay steps out of her husband’s shadow at Tate Modern

But let’s not ignore Robert entirely…

17 Apr 2015

How to unlock the Victoria and Albert Museum

There are some very strange objects on show at ‘All of This Belongs to You’. Does the ambitious exhibition succeed in opening up the collection?

15 Apr 2015

The cosmopolitan culture of Deccan India comes to New York

The Met’s exhibition looks set to put Deccani art back on the map

14 Apr 2015

In the Frame: National Gallery celebrates an overlooked art form

For many of us, frames are something of an afterthought, but it wasn’t always so

14 Apr 2015

Muse Reviews: 12 April

Riotous Romans in Paris; the difficulty of Defining Beauty; getting back into Tracey Emin’s Bed

12 Apr 2015

The difficulty of ‘Defining Beauty’

The British Museum’s celebration of the body in ancient Greek art is more complicated than you might imagine – and better for it

9 Apr 2015

Art and/or Architecture in Somerset

Can you live in a sculpture? Is good architecture art? Who cares? And which exhibit stands out at Hauser & Wirth’s Architecture Season?

8 Apr 2015

Powerful, humbling and relevant: Jacob Lawrence’s ‘Migration Series’ at MoMA

This important exhibition should be a wake-up call for today’s visitors

7 Apr 2015

Muse Reviews: 5 April

Christian Rosa’s ‘slacker abstraction’; Goya’s witches and old women; and John Skoog’s tribute to Hollywood’s golden age

5 Apr 2015

Gleeful, savage and subversive: don’t miss Goya’s drawings at the Courtauld

Goya let his imagination run riot in his sketchbooks

‘Provisional painting’ or ‘slacker abstraction’? Christian Rosa at White Cube

Rosa’s work embodies a particularly nonchalant branch of contemporary culture

2 Apr 2015

Shadowland: John Skoog’s tribute to cinema’s golden age

Faded cinemas and enigmatic landscapes hark back to Hollywood’s heyday at Pilar Corrias

1 Apr 2015

A strong year for Art Basel in Hong Kong

ABHK is the youngest of Art Basel’s progeny, but it is no less breezily confident for that

31 Mar 2015

Muse Reviews: 29 March

Moore at YSP; Salon du Dessin highlights; Basquiat in Ontario; a bigger and better Drawing Biennial; and Dryden Goodwin’s enigmatic film

29 Mar 2015

Gift-giving: Lynda Benglis at the Hepworth Wakefield

It is satisfying to see Benglis finally given proper recognition in the UK

27 Mar 2015

Unseen: The Lives of Looking by Dryden Goodwin

Dryden Goodwin’s enigmatic film grapples with history and identity

26 Mar 2015

There’s more to Moore than his monumental sculptures

‘Back to A Land’ at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park looks at the finer points of Moore’s sculptural practice

25 Mar 2015

‘Now’s the Time’: Basquiat’s work at the Art Gallery of Ontario is still relevant

Few artists have garnered as much mystique in life and death as Jean Michel Basquiat

24 Mar 2015

TEFAF Treasures

There are hundreds of exceptional artworks adorning the stands at TEFAF Maastricht this year. Everyone will have their own favourites,…

22 Mar 2015

Muse Reviews: 22 March

George Vasey recommends Raoul de Keyser’s work in Edinburgh; Vanessa Remington introduces the art of the garden at the Queen’s Gallery; and ‘Classicicity’ explores ancient and modern art in tandem

22 Mar 2015