From Judas to the Brick Lane mural, how the malicious libel about Jewish greed gripped the global imagination.
Pierre Bonnard painted what he remembered not what he saw, and his enigmatic pictures are ripe with the immanence of decline.
From 500 years of Leonardo to the Anglophile Van Gogh, 2019 promises an eye-opening year in painting and sculpture.
I left the Albers retrospective feeling a mixture of triumph and rage.
Beardsley’s exquisite line drawings opened my eyes to art.
The exhibition turned me from a grumpy old man into a weeping 15-year-old boy.
An image of imperial hubris or an environmental allegory?
The pineapple’s ubiquity in decor and fashion is long past its expiration date. It’s time for another fruit to rise up and kill this half-decade-old trend.
By adopting a visual language of white marble statues, groups such as Identity Evropa have embarked on a culture war to redefine what – and who – is “authentically” European.
A new exhibition highlights the great difference between the two artists’ drawings: Klimt’s tend to be observations, Schiele’s are confrontations.
In the artist duo’s latest installation they transform the ground floor of the Whitechapel Gallery into a derelict public baths.