Visitors to the National Gallery in London have spotted what looks like a pair of Nike sneakers in Ferdinand Bol’s “Portrait of Frederick Sluysken” (1652).
75 Years After the Palestinian Nakba
P21 Gallery in London assembles an eclectic artist collective to commemorate and count the consequences of the Palestinian Catastrophe, 75 years later.
The Dangerous Allure of the Royal Aesthetic
The pomp and pageantry of King Charles’s coronation follows the playbook of authoritarian theatrics.
SCAD Alumni Artists at Photo London Explore Womanhood and Femininity
Photographs by Mona Bozorgi and Emma Creighton Hopson are on view at the UK photo fair from May 10 to 14.
Begin Your Art World Journey With Christie’s Education Year-Long Certificate Programs
With virtual and in-person learning options in London and New York, these courses are intended to give students the tools and confidence to build their careers.
Just Don’t Tell Me the Artist Was “Influenced by Music”
Two London shows highlight the influences of music and architecture on sculptor Anthony Caro’s work. The latter is more successful than the former.
A Crowd-Pleasing Party of Post-Impressionists
Here they are at the National Gallery, almost all at once, all those modern artists we came here to see, those we have come here to report having seen later.
Diary of a British Town
The tales in the Thamesmead Codex are melded, mashed up, meshed together fragments of the many human stories told to artist Bob and Roberta Smith.
In Celebration of Unloveliness
We go to Raphael for idealized beauty. But what if a painting were the opposite of beautiful, and utterly arresting for that very reason?
Museum to Exhibit Its Impressive Collection of … Fakes?
Art and Artifice at the Courtauld Gallery in London will include 30 artworks once mistaken as originals by Sandro Botticelli, Auguste Rodin, and others
LA’s Getty Museum Helps UK Acquire “Portrait of Omai”
In a rare move, the Getty and the National Portrait Gallery in London will split the $62M cost of the painting.
Goya’s Coded Love Letter to the Duchess of Alba
Goya neatly clothes himself in his own world of fantasy: He will have her in the end. In life, where the climate is much chillier, it was, alas, to be otherwise.