A new Paul Nash show, “the largest … for a generation”, is now open at London’s Tate Britain. It is appropriate timing in this period of World War I memorialising – Paul Nash is one of the UK’s best-known modern artists, an illustrator who turned to oils to produce some of the most iconic images of the world wars.
Το Πανεπιστήμιο του Harvard προαναγγέλλει μια μεγάλη έκθεση για το Bauhaus με μια εξαιρετική χειρονομία. Παρέχει, εδώ και μερικές μέρες, δωρεάν πρόσβαση στο αρχείο της συλλογής Bauhaus μέσα από τη διαδικτυακή του πλατφόρμα
Supersized sculpture, live performance and piles of goo get the airing they deserve in an expansion full of surprise – the 360-degree lookout is art itself
Muralist JR has cast a spell over the Paris museum’s glass canopy in a work that recalls the Renaissance’s eye-fooling tricks. Now can we have one for the Shard?
karouzo – a place for the arts This article titled “Chinese artist’s image of dying grandmother vies for BP portrait award” was written by Maev Kennedy, for The Guardian on Wednesday 6th April 2016 15.48 UTCA haunting portrait by a Chinese artist of his grandmother lying in her hospital bed in the last stages of cancer, almost beyond speech but gazing at the artist and the viewer, has made the shortlist of three for the National Portrait Gallery’s (NPG) annual prize.While two of the three artis
UK’s largest ever exhibition of US artist will be Tate Modern’s first show since £26m revamp and aims to counter ‘conservative male’ readings of her work
Courtauld Gallery, London
While the best-loved paintings of Pieter Bruegel the Elder overflow with life, there are no cakes and ale in these images drawn from his darker side
Was Beuys’s art – moulded out of everyday objects from VW vans to sausages – utopian drivel or full of remarkable foresight? Thirty years after his death, it’s time to reassesses the reputation of a sculptor, teacher, activist and shaman
Mayoral gallery, London
Recreation of the painter’s Mallorca studio is a tasteful homage, showing Miró moving beyond political dissent to something less cutting-edge – cosy even
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Ai Weiwei enthralled you, the Victorians made you weep, and the Eameses took the chair. You read our critics’ top picks of 2015, and now here are your best-loved exhibitions of the year
A show in Strasbourg explores the life of the influential 20th century poet, art writer and collector