Culture
15 November 2004
The year is 2001, and Madonna hands over the Turner Prize cheque to the intensely controversial Martin Creed for his...
Culture
08 November 2004
For as long as I can remember, Suzon the barmaid has presided effortlessly over the great French paintings in the...
Culture
01 November 2004
Pitched against the turbulence of Michelangelo or the boundless curiosity of Leonardo's voracious intelligence, Raphael...
Culture
11 October 2004
What would Augustus John have thought? For the very first time, Tate mounts a major retrospective of his work, but only...
Culture
04 October 2004
Drenching the exterior of the Milton Keynes Gallery with flamboyant magenta paint, Michael Craig-Martin announces his...
Culture
27 September 2004
Paul Noble is shaping up as one of Britain's most idio- syncratic artists. Not for him the coolness of minimal...
Culture
13 September 2004
The British are finally casting off their mistrust of the new, but most of our art collectors still compare poorly with...
Culture
06 September 2004
I will never forget the momentous encounter that made me capitulate to the full power of art. At the age of 13, I...
Culture
30 August 2004
Not so long ago, everyone despaired over television's baffling reluctance to deal with the arts. Apart from the...
Culture
23 August 2004
Famously itinerant, and disdaining the whole notion of studio-based practice, Gabriel Orozco has always performed a...
Culture
09 August 2004
Drained and spectral, everything in the work of Luc Tuymans seems barely able to survive. The very first room of his...
Culture
26 July 2004
We think of Manet, essentially, as a metropolitan man. But as well as haunting Parisian boulevards, parks and bars in...
Culture
19 July 2004
Holding up handcuffed hands to cover their faces, Mick Jagger and the trendy art dealer Robert Fraser shield themselves...
Culture
21 June 2004
The psychological trauma suffered by the American artist Alice Neel proved so severe that she attempted suicide in her...
Culture
14 June 2004
No nation is more besotted with gardens than us, so it was inevitable that Tate Britain would get around to mounting a...

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