From Oz Magazine to V for Vendetta, British comics have been wildly subversive, as a new British Library exhibition shows.
Alastair Sooke relishes a beguiling exhibition about the German artist who famously flipped his paintings upside down.
Artists who live long enough to enjoy a late period of working will often produce art that is radically different from the achievements of the rest of their careers.
Comics Unmasked: Art and Anarchy in the UK reckons to be the UK’s largest ever exhibition of mainstream and underground comics and graphic novels.
The Deutsche Börse prize is one of photography’s most prestigious awards.
This is Tate Modern’s most visually stunning, historically significant and emotionally gripping exhibition since 2002’s Matisse Picasso.
Diverse and demanding offerings make this year’s exhibition a must-see.
If you’re not already familiar with at least some aspects of Chris Marker’s work, this exhibition will feel overwhelming, if not confusing.