Culture
28 February 2000
The self-styled Panamarenko, the "visionary" artist who for 30 years has been making ungainly yet mesmerically...
Culture
06 September 1999
Rosie Snell is an artist in a genuinely enviable position. Her huge, stunning works of robustly realist art are in such...
Culture
23 August 1999
Evidently we are not supposed to piece together the true story behind the eight-year trail of tragedy that was the...
Culture
09 August 1999
When the British fought the four bloody and back-breaking Mysore wars in central southern India in the 18th century, a...
Culture
02 August 1999
Few exhibitions can have had their origins in quite so squalid a legal imbroglio as that by the outsider artist Mary...
Culture
26 July 1999
Back in 1941, the Museum of Modern Art in New York staged a major exhibition called "Indian Art in the United States",...
Culture
05 July 1999
It would be gratifying to be able to state that the Museum of Women's Art project, founded nearly ten years ago by a...
Culture
31 May 1999
Hilda Carline, the first wife of Stanley Spencer, was a consummate artist in her own right, but has been overlooked...
Culture
09 April 1999
Britain does very badly when it comes to exhibitions of Caribbean art. If we average one show every other year from a...
Culture
26 March 1999
There seem to be innumerable gifted women artists who are all but unknown today for a range of squalid reasons: how the...
Culture
12 February 1999
Sir Stamford Raffles must rank as one of the least likely colonialists this country has sent abroad. He hauled himself...
Culture
18 December 1998
Last week I visited Liverpool, a place which remains one of the great cities. The northern skies glowered as if a...