An exhibition of Spencer's powerful WW1 paintings, based on the artist's own memories of service, is now touring the UK They are considered some of Stanley Spencer's finest works - a poignant, visionary memorial to the forgotten dead of the first world w
Exhibition includes recreation of original Virgin Records shop on Oxford Street as well as video installations and photography It is a smallish, dingy, even squalid room with bean bags and albums and litter but it is clearly not yet unpleasant enough. "P
A never previously exhibited painting by Honoré Daumier goes on public display at the Royal Academy this weekend as part of the first British show in 50 years for the 19th-century French painter who, curators maintain, deserves to be far better known tha
The beasts conjured by a troubled teen's imagination are impressive, but never quite catch fire.
Macbeth’s mind was, famously, full of scorpions. In the case of Tommy – Glaswegian teenager and protagonist of Oliver Emanuel’s new, wordless piece f
Paul Klee was an obsessive numberer of his works and had strong views on how to exhibit them, so 73 years after his death he would presumably be delighted at the ethos behind a major show devoted to him opening on Wednesday.