Culture
07 June 2004
On one lofty wall of the beach- facing gallery at Tate St Ives, David Nash has made a monumental charcoal drawing. It...
Culture
31 May 2004
Nothing, not even the Russian revolution, could prevent the feisty Tamara de Lempicka gaining the success she craved....
Culture
24 May 2004
Only three years away from celebrating its 30th anniversary, the Pompidou Centre is looking outwards. Until now, it has...
Culture
17 May 2004
Outside the entrance to White Cube, a naked figure leans his head against the gallery's facade. He looks mournful, his...
Culture
10 May 2004
Springtime at the Serpentine is an ideal moment for a Cy Twombly show. Inside, the works on paper from the past half-...
Culture
03 May 2004
Few artists have been more reclu-sive than William Roberts. When I began researching my book on vorticism in the early...
Culture
26 April 2004
Raoul de Keyser's show at the Whitechapel Art Gallery is one of the most tantalising and elusive I have ever...
Culture
19 April 2004
The longer Lucian Freud lives, the more defiant he becomes. Spurning the convention of displaying his new work in a...
Culture
12 April 2004
When I walked down the Duke of York Steps to the ICA, the assembled men in uniform posing for photographers looked like...
Culture
05 April 2004
Not content with saving a derelict Georgian mansion, Sir Peter Moores has spent £64m transforming it into a resplendent...
Culture
29 March 2004
Thomas Hirschhorn's reputation as a Swiss artist determined to explore the harshest and most alarming aspects of...
UK Politics
22 March 2004
Lord Melbourne, one of Queen Victoria's favourite prime ministers, once said: "God help the government that meddles...
Books
15 March 2004
When Henri Gaudier-Brzeska was killed in the Great War at the age of 23, the loss to modern sculpture seemed...
Culture
08 March 2004
No wonder Roy Lichtenstein announced his breakthrough in a 1961 painting called Popeye. As the spinach-fuelled sailor...
Culture
01 March 2004
Does any other artist's career follow a trajectory as dramatic and un-expected as El Greco's? No one could have guessed...

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