Monthly Archives: January 2012

A mightily impressive event

Hugely ambitious, occasionally gaudy, David Hockney’s landscapes have an impact on the spirit, says our art critic

A cry in the dark

A weedy, disappointing show by a random Brazilian underlines how the Serpentine has lost its way, says our art critic

The year in art

From Watteau to Noble to the show of the century, Da Vinci: Waldemar Januszczak on 10 of the key shows in 2011

The Reich stuff

Anselm Kiefer’s canvas is vast — German history in free fall. The new White Cube is an ideal home