Review: ‘Disobedient Objects’ at the V&A
Can the objects of political activism hold their own in a museum?
Stanley Spencer’s Masterpiece: The Sandham Memorial Chapel
Love him or hate him, Stanley Spencer’s First World War paintings at Burghclere will win you over
The Hague’s Hidden Treasures: Gemeentemuseum den Haag and the Het Paleis
A look at The Hague’s modern collections
‘Twixt Two Worlds’: spirit photography and magic lanterns at the Whitechapel Gallery
What lies between still photography and the moving image?
A good advert for American art? Art Everywhere in the US
Can art add sparkle to the USA’s advertising billboards?
The Hague’s Hidden Treasures: Prince William V’s Picture Gallery
Not all of the Mauritshuis’s treasures are actually in the Mauritshuis
Muse Reviews: 3 August
A round-up of the week’s reviews: Hauser & Wirth Somerset; Rodin’s gift to the V&A; the Museum Bredius; and The Space Where I Am
The Hague’s hidden treasures: Museum Bredius
There’s more to the Hague than the Mauritshuis
Review: ‘The Space Where I Am’ at Blain|Southern, London
Blain|Southern’s group exhibition is about absence, but does the presence of so many big names get in the way?
Edinburgh Art Festival: what not to miss
Heading to Edinburgh? Here are six fine art exhibitions to visit while you’re out there…
Ancient Contemporary: Hauser & Wirth Somerset
What’s a stylish mega-gallery like Hauser & Wirth doing on an old farm in Somerset?
The Rodin Gift to the V&A: a centenary celebration
In 1914 Auguste Rodin gifted 18 sculptures to the V&A, in tribute to the British soldiers fighting alongside his own countrymen in the First World War
Muse Reviews: 27 July
Manifesta 10 in St Petersburg; South American art in the Royal Academy; and the aptness of the Barbican as a venue for digital art…
Review: ‘Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision’ at the National Portrait Gallery
Frances Spalding’s expertly curated exhibition places Woolf at the still centre of the Bloomsbury group
Review: Manifesta 10 in St Petersburg
With global politics so dominant in the conversation surrounding Manifesta, there was a danger the art might become an irrelevant sideshow. Does it hold its own?
Review: ‘Radical Geometry’, South American art at the Royal Academy, London
The diversity of South American abstraction is one of its main strengths
More than ‘women artists’: Dorothea Tanning and Shelagh Wakely in London
Two London shows worth visiting this summer
Out of time: ‘Digital Revolution’ at the Barbican
How is the rapidly changing world of digital technology affecting culture?
Muse Reviews: 20 July
Italian art in London; architectural success-stories; and a deliberately boring biennale…
Review: Mel Bochner ‘Strong Language’ at the Jewish Museum
Bochner’s piled-up word paintings at the Jewish Museum are strangely anxiety-provoking
Review: ‘Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture’ at the Design Museum
Kahn’s designs have a sense of grandeur unmatched by most modernist buildings
Review: ‘Giulio Paolini: To Be or Not to Be’ at the Whitechapel Gallery
Paolini’s work isn’t well known in the UK, but it remains as relevant as ever
Review: ‘Gerardo Dottori: The Futurist View’ at the Estorick Collection
Even in his aeropainting phase Dottori was committed to the pastoral
Shells, rocks and follies: the Serpentine Pavilion 2014 responds well to its location
Smiljan Radić’s design sits beautifully within Hyde Park
The loss of the National Glass Centre would be a shattering blow