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Artemisia National Gallery London

Artemisia National Gallery London

Artemisia Gentileschi’s show at London’s National Gallery opens in October. Its catalogue is the first full monograph ever to be published on the artist was one of the greatest painters of the Italian Baroque. Her works are full of theatricality and dramatic immediacy. Many of them show off biblical and mythological heroines with a kind […]

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Tangible/Intangible: The Sound of Sculpture Announced by Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

Tangible/Intangible: The Sound of Sculpture Announced by Govett-Brewster Art Gallery

The Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre has announced Tangible/Intangible: The Sound of Sculpture by Caleb Kelly. Commissioned in association with the Govett-Brewster’s 2018 exhibition Sensory Agents (August 4—November 18, 2018), this new essay looks to sculptural practices that explicitly employ sound as a medium. Scholar and curator Caleb Kelly explores the development of sound arts […]

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Suzanne Cooper: A Forgotten Artist by Jenny Uglow and Lucy Hughes-Hallett

Suzanne Cooper: A Forgotten Artist by Jenny Uglow and Lucy Hughes-Hallett

In the 1930s, when she was still in her early twenties, Suzanne Cooper was one of the rising stars of British art. Mary Kisler, Senior Curator at the Auckland Art Gallery, NZ, where one of her paintings now hangs, compares her work to that of Eric Ravilious and Christopher Wood. Her work has been overlooked […]

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Lee Krasner: A Biography by Gail Levin

Lee Krasner: A Biography by Gail Levin

The first full length account of Lee Krasner’s life. Lee Krasner’s stirring work and charismatic personality could have made her a superstar of the Abstract Expressionist generation. Yet for years she was better known as Jackson Pollock’s wife, her art ignored and her story mistold. Gail Levin redresses the balance with this engrossing biography of […]

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