Behind the veil

    Two artists prove a revelation for Waldemar Januszczak

    Hiroshi Sugimoto

      Hiroshi Sugimoto’s luminous prints celebrate minimalism in its purest form, says Waldemar Januszczak

      Art: Tom Jones

        Tom Jones? At the National? No, not that one, silly. This neglected genius produced some of the 18th century’s best landscape paintings, says Waldemar Januszczak

        Art: Tate Modern

          Try your hand at ping pong, read philosophy, then bask in the sun. Waldemar Januszczak swaps his sandwiches for an afternoon of interaction at the Tate

          Cause celeb

            No … that can’t be Camilla! And what’s Sven up to? In Alison Jackson’s work your wildest fantasies about the famous come true, says Waldemar Januszczak

            Art: Life’s much too short

              Bill Viola’s ‘old masters’ in slo-mo can’t compete with the real thing, says Waldemar Januszczak

              Art: Rossetti

                Don’t be quick to dismiss them. Rossetti’swomen were more than pre-Raphaelite poster art: they smacked of grand passions. By Waldemar Januszczak

                Enfant terrible – Interview: Damien Hirst

                  He’s given up drink. He’s given up drugs. Even more shockingly, Damien Hirst has found God. But dabbling in religious imagery has still left him with blood on his hands

                  Art: Paul Nash

                    Paul Nash’s devastating war paintings have only one real equal: Picasso’s Guernica, says Waldemar Januszczak

                    Art: Shakespeare in Art

                      Why does Shakespeare in Art lack drama? That is the question, says Waldemar Januszczak