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Comics Unmasked: Anarchy in the UK, British Library

From Oz Magazine to V for Vendetta, British comics have been wildly subversive, as a new British Library exhibition shows.

The Telegraph | Tim Martin

Georg Baselitz: Farewell Bill, Gagosian Gallery, review: 'thumbing his nose at death'

Alastair Sooke relishes a beguiling exhibition about the German artist who famously flipped his paintings upside down.

Alastair Sooke | The Telegraph

David Robilliard: The Yes No Quality Of Dreams

David Robilliard was a quintessential London artist – back when the city was less about big money and glitzy galleries and more about subcultures and underground creativity.

Gabriel Coxhead | Time Out

Burnt Generation

‘There is more freedom in the art world than in journalism now,’ claims Tehran-born Newsha Tavakolian, one of nine Iranian artists in Somerset House’s bold new photography exhibition.

Peter Yeung | Time Out

The Matisse Cut-Outs is a show of true magnificence

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.

Andrew Lambirth | The Spectator

Coming Soon…Comics Unmasked At The British Library

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.

Londonist | Silvia Baretta

Who Will Win The 2014 Deutsche Borse Photography Prize?

The Deutsche Börse prize is one of photography’s most prestigious awards.

Londonist | Tabish Khan

‘Henri Matisse: The Cut-outs’ on show at Tate Modern

This is Tate Modern’s most visually stunning, historically significant and emotionally gripping exhibition since 2002’s Matisse Picasso.

Jackie Wullschlager | The FT

Chris Marker: A Grin Without A Cat, Whitechapel Gallery

If you’re not already familiar with at least some aspects of Chris Marker’s work, this exhibition will feel overwhelming, if not confusing.

Fisun Güner | The Arts Desk