Jonathan Jones

Transmitting Andy Warhol review  white light and black angels in an immersive explosion

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...

Picasso's fight against fascism and the British surrealists who followed him

A new show of UK artists responses to the Spanish civil war is dominated by Picasso's emotive works, but British artists also realised Spain was an ominous testing ground for future conflict.

The Sistine Chapel in 3D? The Vatican must think we are all idiots

3D experiences cannot replace seeing Michelangelos wonderful art in the flesh. Does Italy just hate tourists? Continue reading...

Egon Schiele: The Radical Nude review a feminist artist ahead of his time

Cortauld Gallery, LondonThe Austrian artists passionate love of women is illuminated in one of the most important and sexy exhibitions of the year Sex and stockings: Egon Schieles nudes in pictures Continue reading...

Was William Morris actually just a pious bore?

By presenting the artist as a hero of the left, the National Portrait Gallerys new show utterly misses the point about his true revolutionary spirit National Portrait Gallery explores William Morris's belief in art for all.

Mirrorcity review reflections on a relentless rush of nonsense

This art show for the digital age is a catastrophic mix of the harebrained and the talentless and it heralds disaster for London's artistic ambitions.

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.

Tracey Emin: The Last Great Adventure is You review a lesson in how to be a real artist

White Cube, BermondseyThe body screams in Emins latest show, which moves from crumbling, fleshy paint to tortured bronzes, and shakes the tradition of the female nude to the core. She is now clearly the most important British artist of her generationTrace

The Turner prize show: voices, videos and erotic tickling sticks

Has the Turner prize lost its power to shock? No thanks to James Richardss sphincter shots. But its Tris Vonna-Michells spellbinding spoken-word travelogues that deserve to win.

Ai Weiwei takes his place among the greats amid the opulence of Blenheim

Modern chinoiserie and myths of east and west meet in a chaotic, hilarious, liberating vision of history gone mad.