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Art reviews, covering some of the latest art exhibitions, including paintings, sculpture, photography, video and design installations.

Mark Wallinger Mark exhibition

Mark Wallinger Mark exhibition review

‘Finger painting’, spinning camera work, a life-size projection of a barber shop and a disappearing Tardis, what more could you want from an art...
Artes Mundi 6

Artes Mundi 6 review

Modern art can sometimes be flippantly discarded by media and people on the street alike as being out of touch, too abstract, irrelevant or...
Jackson Huchins, Couch For A Long Time, Paper exhibition, Saatchi Gallery review

Paper Exhibition, Saatchi Gallery review

The Paper Exhibition is the name of the stunning installation at the Saatchi Gallery that took place in Summer 2013, and as with 2012's...
Korean Eye 2012 exhibition

Korean Eye 2012 at the Saatchi Gallery review

The opening weekend of the London 2012 Olympic Games turned out not to be as busy as everyone expected - maybe Boris Johnson bumbling...
Damien Hirst exhibition at the Tate Modern

The Damien Hirst exhibition review

The Damien Hirst exhibition is one of the must see curations of the year and it lives up to its hype in every aspect...
Grayson Perry The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman

Grayson Perry The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman

Silly, intelligent, poignant and blurring the boundaries between contemporary culture and historical remains, Grayson Perry's The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman is a testimony...

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2011 review

As difficult as it might appear to take a standard, annual, competition based exhibition and make it captivating each and every time, the Veolia...

The Cult of Beauty exhibition at the V&A review

London’s Victoria & Albert Museum enjoys quite an enviable reputation. Widely thought to be the world’s leading museum of art and design, its permanent...
Camden Arts Centre

Pino Pascali’s Final Works 1967-1968 at the Camden Arts Centre, review

A Multitude of Soap Bubbles Which Explode from Time to Time Pino Pascali began his association with Arte Povera, the radicalised modern art movement during...

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2010 review

We finally got around to seeing the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition 2010 on the weekend of the 12th Feb, towards the end...

Anish Kapoor’s Turning the World Upside Down exhibition, Hyde Park

A blustery, freezing cold day in Hyde Park couldn't take anything away from the sort of spectacle that Anish Kapoor's Turning the World Upside...

Modern Art from 1930: Surrealism and Neo-Romanticism exhibition, National Museum Cardiff

The Modern Art from 1930: Surrealism and Neo-Romanticism exhibition at the National Museum Cardiff shines a brilliant light on the introduction and advancement of...

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