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Roy Lichtenstein in front of Greene Street Mural
Decades before it became a asset for global oligarchs needing a place to stash their money for a rainy day, contemporary art was a serious pursuit, one synonymous with the New York art world. The New York art word, in turn, was synonymous with the legendary Leo ...
Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World
Tate Britain’s summer 2015 show looks to reassess the reputation of this sculptor who is forever associated with Cornwall The last time the Tate held a Barbara Hepworth retrospective, the artist herself had a hand in organising the show. That was in ...
Transmitting Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol would have been 86 in August. His soup cans and dollar bills, Coke bottles and Brillo boxes are more than half a century old. An entire generation has grown up with his Marilyns and Maos; primary school children know how to imitate his style and he is ...