Monthly Archives: December 2006

Let slip the Brit Art dogs

Their bite is still sharp, as a retrospective at Tate Liverpool proves. Waldemar Januszczak feels the teeth of the Chapman brothers

Grotto fabulous

Banksy is not the only artist to give short shrift to the festive season. God bless ’em, one and all, says Waldemar Januszczak

In the realm of fantasy

He reinvented the calendar and ordered his people to gnaw bones. He is gilding the desert in gold and marble, and the driving test is a questionnaire on his philosophy of life. Waldemar Januszczak infiltrates the world according to the leader of Turkmenistan

Why Lautrec was a giant

We know him mostly as a comic midget. But physically he was no dwarf — and in his achievements, he was as big as Rembrandt, says Waldemar Januszczak