Monthly Archives: October 2013

All down to Derry

Shock news! The latest Turner prize show is the best yet — and its novel location is one reason why

We seek him here, we seek him there

Cubist, constructivist, master of abstraction, surrealism, figuration — Paul Klee was brilliant but elusive, as a superb Tate show reveals.

Feminine mystique

Two startlingly different retrospectives show Sarah Lucas and Ana Mendieta socking it to the male-dominated art world

Deface to Face with the Iconoclasts

The mutilated images in Tate Britain’s Art Under Attack are a sobering reminder of what we’ve lost, but it’s a shame the show loses its way halfway through.

An Elephant in the Room

Waldemar welcomes Zaha Hadid’s new Serpentine Gallery — but is it better news for foodies than for British art?