The BM's new blockbuster ranges as far and wide as the famously peripatetic marauders.
BLOND, BRAWNY and brutal is the typical image we have of the Vikings. A major new exhibition however, will try to shed new light on these warriors who, aside from their role as raiders and traders, often had progressive attitudes to women, influenced...
Martino Gamper: Design Is a State of Mind, Serpentine’s Sackler Gallery / Haim Steinbach: Once Again the World Is Flat, Serpentine Gallery - exhibition review
The Serpentine opens complementary shows at its two sites that look at how we display our meaningful objects and how it’s an art in itself
"I preside over an incredibly large centre where almost every genre of the arts is on display, which makes you aware that the canon is reiterating over and over again that male creativity is the centre of the universe," Jude Kelly, artistic director of...
London is falling to the Germans. At the National Gallery, Holbein, Dürer, Cranach and other masters of the German Renaissance fill the Sainsbury Wing in the ill-conceived exhibition Strange Beauty.
New Yorker Haim Steinbach has been lining up shop-bought and second-hand items (examples: Nike trainers, dog chews and boxes of soap powder) along with the occasional highbrow artefact on shelves since the 1970s.
Curtain walls, dreaming spires, crockets, finials, cantilevers, bush-hammered concrete, vermiculated rustication, heroic steel and delicate Cosmati work are all diverse parts of the architect’s vocabulary.
The first UK survey of Höch's works on paper brings some welcome surprises.
WHEN Tania Kovats started making an exhibition about the world’s oceans, she could hardly have guessed that in the winter of 2013-14 the subject would take on a whole new urgency.