You have to hand it to the Russians. They beat us into space, beat us to sexual equality, and a small display of early Soviet avant-garde theatre and film design, tucked away in the V&A’s ‘Performance’ area, proves that they beat us hollow in matter
This show that seeks to present William Morris as a proto-hipster misses the point that he was a socialist, not an anarchist; Morris & Co’s workshops stitched trade union banners as well as table runners.
Written in the 16th century, Giorgio Vasari’s Lives of the Artists continues to underpin our understanding of the Renaissance, and its author is blamed, often with some justification, for a multitude of art historical anomalies.
Can you sense a person's life through a sequence of objects? Not to mention influence and legacy? Biographical exhibitions are fascinating, not least because they also tell us something about looking back through the filter of the present. And William Mor
This is a new body of work by the London based painter. It is her first solo exhibition at a public gallery.
Her work explores the speed in which images are consumed, asking about how much information is required to satisfy intention and how the proce
This compact display examining the work of Moroni offers a neat introduction into his work as portraitist, but doesn’t reveal a lot about the artist himself.
All of the paintings on display are vivid and bold in colour choices, filled with detail th