Sigmar Polke: A new show from Pop Art's maverick painter

The Sigmar Polke exhibition is an assault course, starting slowly and building to a crescendo of ideas and processes.

Rembrandt: The Late Works, National Gallery, review: 'You must see this show'

Rembrandt: The Late Works at the National Gallery is chock full of masterpieces.

Rembrandt: The Late Works review triumph in masters tragedy

This brilliant, brave journey through the tragedy of his fall reveals the true Rembrandt a man at the end of his tether.

Gerhard Richter: Our times are so unquiet

He wants to capture our era and uses everything from eye-rocking stripes to sheet glass sculpture in order to do so. Adrian Searle submits to the hectic complexities of Gerhard Richter.

Rembrandt: The Late Works at the National Gallery - review

The National Gallery’s blockbuster examining the late work of the Dutch Master painter Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (better known as Rembrandt), opens next week.

Egon Schiele: a graphic virtuoso rescued from the wilderness

His candid and erotic nudes shocked Vienna, and his untimely death left him unregarded for 50 years. But his portraits reveal a top-ranking draughtsman and bold and sensual artist.

Five things you didn't know about Sigmar Polke

The German artist is known for redefining pop art, but did you know he was a bespectacled ex-apprentice and a drug user?

Sigmar Polke At Tate Modern: A Rollercoaster Ride Through An Experimental Career

Sigmar Polke is held in high regard with the other great post-war German artists Kiefer, Richter and Baselitz.

Sigmar Polke: Alibis, Tate Modern

England is in the throes of an unusual Teutonic love fest, and in 2014, no doubt deliberately.