Andy Warhol was the most influential artist of the 20th century, and Tate Liverpool presents a spirited exhibition to support this premise. In the past I might have given that label to Marcel Duchamp, but Warhol’s co-option of subject matter, his use of
The Spanish Civil War (1936–39) was one of the most significant European conflicts of the twentieth century. Stretching far beyond an internal political clash between the Republicans and General Franco's Nationalists, it united a generation of young wri
British artist Fiona Banner chooses rarely seen works from the V-A-C collection by artists such as Richard Avedon, Claude Monet and Sigmar Polke.
This is the second display in the series, with Banner selecting works which blur the boundaries between
One day, as a student — or so the story goes — Egon Schiele called on Gustav Klimt, a celebrated older artist, and showed him a portfolio of drawings with the abrupt query, ‘Do I have talent?’ Klimt looked at them, then answered, ‘Much too much!
Transgressing Discipline invites visitors to discover the work of the painter and member of the surrealist movement, Leonora Carrington.
Starting with a select number of paintings, the exhibition explores her diverse creative practise,while also looki