An exhibition of Turk’s works in the London museum of fellow Young British Artist Damien Hirst fails to make a case for the longevity of his art historical in-jokes.
A retrospective devoted to the British painter Paul Nash shifts the focus from his radical interpretations of war and Surrealism to his innovative use of color.
Shezad Dawood’s new exhibition at Timothy Taylor gallery consists of screenprinted canvases, bronze and concrete statues, and a central virtual reality experience that interpolates visitors to various worlds of experience
Walking through the tents of Frieze Art Fair last weekend, visual evidence of Brexit’s impact was all around.
Washington, DC — “Words could not express what an agreeable spectacle this was for me to see all at one time such a prodigious quantity of every kind of work,” wrote Jean Rou in his Mémoires inédits et opuscules.
WASHINGTON, DC — There’s hardly any question as to Helen Frederick’s views, and little room to doubt her stance on the sorry state of nature.