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Ravilious is bonkers and brilliant in Dulwich; Space sparkles at Daniel Blau; and is ‘Woman in Gold’ so bad it’s good?
In 2015 we mark the 30th anniversary of the opening display of the North-West Essex Collection in the Fry Art…
After being closed for renovation for eight months, the Musée Bourdelle is kicking off its reopening programme with the exhibition…
A candid look at the artist’s portraits of his children
Polenova was leading figure from the Russian Arts and Crafts movement
How have artists used mannequins and dolls to manipulate their audiences?
Auckland Castle, the Bowes Museum and Durham University host a major Spanish Art symposium which draws on the region’s own superb collections
The Foundling Museum introduces Dr Richard Mead
A few of the best house museums around, from Sir John Soane’s Museum in London to the Frick Collection in NYC
Which visual arts organisations have seen the biggest changes?
The Art Fund Museum of the Year 2014 shortlist has been announced
On hearing that Sam Mendes is set to direct four Beatles biopics – one for each band member – your roving reporter wonders if it’s all too much
At the Whitechapel Gallery, the French-Algerian unspools personal and political histories through imitation sets and empty stages
Wonders that were once prized by Renaissance princes still inspire plenty of awe
At a time when art fairs around the world are scaling back, the New York mainstay is still thinking big
Built as a residence for Prince Eugene of Savoy, the Vienna museum with a tangled history is now a home for Old Masters and modern art
Stephan Kemperdick of Berlin’s Gemäldegalerie talks Apollo through Hugo van der Goes’s stylish depiction of the saint
Tech companies have long tried to put a human face on their latest innovations, with varying degrees of success
Denis Wirth-Miller was unfairly dismissed as an imitator of his friend Francis Bacon, but it’s now clear that his detractors were wholly in the wrong
As data from NASA’s telescope is translated into images we can understand, the wonders it reveals are still out of this world
The British sculptor’s monumental, minimal forms drew influence from his wide-ranging collection of ethnographic artefacts
With cracks appearing in the relationships of institutions in Nigeria, Barnaby Phillips wonders where the returned Benin Bronzes are going to end up
The painter may be fond of his iPad, but his longstanding suspicion of the technologies that have tied artists to linear perspective is to the fore here