Charlotte Salomon’s Life? Or Theater? is the story of a difficult and painful redemption through art.
There is much to praise about Radical Women: Jessica Dismorr and her Contemporaries, and there is not a little to regret.
Anselm Kiefer draws down the world upon his shoulders in a mood of what can only be described as apocalyptic excess.
As a displaced refugee, Freud knew he would always be something of a stranger to himself, but how much would he ever wish to know of himself?
Two exhibitions explore the work of three painters in a chain of influence: Alan Davie, David Hockney, and Christina Quarles.
Paula Rego, John Ruskin, Donald Judd, Lucian Freud, Hokusai, and, yes, Leonardo da Vinci.
Inspired by the East: How the Islamic World Influenced Western Art is a giant teaching aid of a fairly solid and dependable kind, but one that does not quite push far enough.
Leonardo’s “Virgin” meets virtual reality — simpleminded in the extreme.
We could call this exhibition a battle of the swaggerers.
What exactly is the matter with this exhibition? We had expected to be excited from the start, but we are not.
Is it fair to use contemporary standards to judge a man who died 116 years ago?
Albert Oehlen has been a wild spirit from first to last.