Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Edvard Munch’s birth.
Mark Stebbins, Glitch-alike 3, 2012, acrylic paint/ink on panel, 30.48 x 40.64, private collection.
James McNeill Whistler (1834-1903), Nocturne: Blue and Gold – Old Battersea Bridge, 1872/73, oil on canvas, 68.3 x 51.2 cm, Tate.
A new book celebrating the lives of two of the UK’s most important 20th century artists.
Clara Peeters, Still Life with Flowers and Goblets, 1612, 59,5 x 49 cm, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe.
Are we at a point where art is simply morphing into low-cost home improvement or public education programming?
Gwen John (1876-1939), Dorelia in a Black Dress, c.1903-4, oil on canvas, 73 x 48.9 cm, Tate.
With increasing pressure to provide entertainment, how does this affect our gallery and museum going experience?
Marie Bashkirtseff (1859-84), Self-portrait, n.d., oil on canvas.
From museums to eating out, personal identity is expressed through a frenetic quest for socially-approved tastes and distinctions.
In November, the V&A in London will be hosting a two day conference dedicated to Roszika Parker’s landmark book The Subversive Stitch.
Despite appearances, are Damian Hirst and Jack Vettriano really that different?
Paula Modersohn Becker (1876–1907), Mädchenbildnis, circa 1905, oil on canvas, 41 x 53cm, Von der Heydt-Museum.