Sir John Soane’s Museum presents Face to Face: British Portraits from the Clifford Chance Art Collection, an exploration into the development of portraiture by British printmakers in the 20th and the first decade of the 21st Century.
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Kazimir Malevich’s seminal work ‘black square’ had as much influence on modern art today as Duchamp’s urinal, and this exhibition charts his life and journey as an artist that would eventually lead to him creating simple forms in a movement he nam
Blessed are the latecomers. By a couple of days, I missed the official press unveiling of the restored Mauritshuis, the treasure-crammed "jewel-box" of an art museum in The Hague that houses the Dutch royal picture collection.
Refreshing, varied and exciting are three words to describe Kazimir Malevich’s work on display for this latest exhibition at the Tate Modern.
Born in Kiev in 1879 to Polish parents, Kazimir Malevich was one of a generation of Russian artists who man