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Richard Serra, Gagosian Gallery

The septuagenarian American sculptor Richard Serra can treat the most massive sheets of steel as though they are handy pieces of paper for his version of origami; or he can decide to stack huge dense metal blocks as though they were children’s play...

Marina Vaizey | The Artsdesk

Rembrandt: The Late Works review dark, impassioned, magnificently defiant

This astonishing show of Rembrandts late works reveals an artist out of favour, widowed, bankrupt and at his most profoundly original and compassionate.

Laura Cumming | The Guardian

Guitarist Brian May Lends Tate Britain Rare Victorian 3D Photographs

The astronomer and Queen guitarist has lent the gallery the photographs to be displayed in the new exhibition Poor Man’s Picture Gallery at the venue until 12th April 2015.

It is the first display in a major UK gallery to be devoted to the 19th...

Artswrap | Emma Clarendon

William Morris and His Legacy, 1860-1960 exhibition, National Portrait Gallery

We take a look at some of the exhibits from the National Portrait Gallery's celebration of Victorian designer, artist, writer and visionary William Morris.

Telegraph | Telegraph staff

Mirrorcity, Hayward Gallery, review: 'mystifying'

Florence Waters on a jumbled exhibition dealing with modern life in the digital age.

Florence Waters | Telegraph

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.

Jonathan Jones | The Guardian

Richard Serra, Gagosian Gallery, London

The American artist’s four colossal sculptures combine spectacle with formal seriousness.

Financial Times | Jackie Wullschlager

Russian Avant-Garde Theatre, V&A, London

Their heyday was short – but almost a century on, these striking designs still look radical.

Edwin Heathcote | Financial Times

Mirrorcity, Hayward Gallery: Review

This is undoubtedly one of the strangest exhibitions that I have ever visited. Filled with a wide range of works in a wide variety of media such as installations, paintings and sculptures, it is an exhibition which examines the line between the real...

Artswrap | Emma Clarendon