In 1964, Andy Warhols dingy New York studio was transformed when Billy Name, a lighting designer who became the artists live-in lover, covered the whole interior in silver foil. His photographs capture the Factory through its most darkly glamorous yearsMa
The collection of award winning photographs on display at the Royal Festival Hall are striking and memorable because of the stories that they tell. But more than that it is overwhelming at times the number of different topics that are covered and artists
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
Tate LiverpoolThe first major Andy Warhol exhibition in the north of England recreates the world of the Factory and the Exploding Plastic Inevitable and Warhol is revealed in all his compassion and searing insight Continue reading...
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
From the seconds after a bomb has gone off right through to a scene of battle years after war has ended, this exhibition traces the journey through 150 years of conflict from around the world through photography.
Staged to coincide with the 2014 cente
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!