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The Disobedient Objects Of Protest

A cup and saucer and a saucepan are two of the most humble objects on display in this exhibition, but with a little context they become powerful forces for change. The aforementioned crockery was part of the fight for gender equality and pots and pans...

Londonist | Tabish Khan

Disobedient Objects review raw protest in genteel surroundings

V&A, LondonA thought-provoking history of the tools of protest comes with the inbuilt irony of being staged in a grand old museumDesign is more interesting when it is driven by intent and urgency, rather than the wish to tickle the appetites of...

Rowan Moore | The Guardian

Joan Fontcuberta: Stranger than Fiction, Media Space, review: 'poignant'

A fantastical exhibition shows how easily we can be manipulated in the digital age, says Claire Holland

Claire Holland | The Telegraph

Richard Wilson and the Transformation of European Landscape Painting, National Museum, Cardiff

This is a sumptuous show of work by the Welsh-born artist – though the curators’ thesis about the ‘progressive’ nature of his work is controversial.

Financial Times | Robin Blake

Louis Kahn at the Design Museum, London

The American architect’s work is less well-known than that of his contemporaries but it has worn well.

Edwin Heathcote | Financial Times

Channelling Monet for the Yankee dollar

Hands up everyone unaware there is such a genre as American Impression-ism.

Cate Devine | Herald Scotland

Richard Wilson, National Museum Wales, review: 'Wales's greatest artist'

Richard Wilson has suffered a decline in status recently but the painter utterly deserves this major show, says Alastair Smart.

Alastair Smart | Telegraph

Shelagh Wakely, A View from a Window, Camden Arts Centre

I’ve curated nearly 70 exhibitions in my time. The most challenging was Elizabeth Frink’s  retrospective at the Royal Academy.

Sarah Kent | The Artsdesk

Malevich, review: 'a true modernist icon'

Black Square changed the course of art says Richard Dorment.

Richard Dorment | Telegraph