Rachel E Guthrie visits the all-singing-and-all-dancing exhibition which seeks to map Duchamp's legacy in 1950s and 60s America.
Rebekah Ellerby reviews Manet Exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Miriam Elia’s new exhibition at The Cob Gallery presents a juxtaposition of her career as both a comedienne and artist. Rachel Guthrie reviews.
David Levesley reviews the Van Gogh to Kandinsky exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery; an exhibition featuring a tour de force of 19th and 20th century painters.
Rachel Eliza Guthrie takes us through the Bigger Picture, David Hockney’s exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Rachel E Guthrie checks out Shaw’s exhibition at the Herbert Museum and Art Gallery in Coventry, which sees his paintings return to their locale…
Rachel Guthrie reviews the work of French artist, Edgar Degas, which is being displayed at the Royal Academy.
David Levesley gives us his reaction to these two new exhibits which, being in close proximity to one another, cannot avoid comparison.
David Levesley takes us through the National’s latest exhibition, which demonstrates the notable influence that Renaissance painter Titian has on modern day artists.
Despite the evident issues and paradoxes that could arise from the subject of “Invisible Art”, Rachel Eliza Guthrie highlights the beauty that can be found in this media’s latest exhibition.
The exhibition of his works at the National Gallery has caused frenzy for art lovers. Rachel Guthrie takes time out to assess whether the praise of Leonardo is truly deserved.
Rachel Guthrie assesses whether the latest exhibition at the Tate is off the Richter scale.
Fionna McLauchlan elegantly reviews the latest photography exhibition at the Tate Modern, New Documentary Forms.