Van Gogh’s Sunflowers are art’s most familiar franchise. If you think you know their story, the National Gallery says, ‘Think again’
Monthly Archives: January 2014
I Should Rococo…
The 18th-century movement has long been dismissed as a lot of silly twiddles. Not any more. In his new TV series, our critic explores its beauty, its excess — and its surprising similarity with the way we live now.
Talking ’bout a Revolution
Our art is in a rut. What should be radical is the status quo. Do we really need curators?
Lords of the Bling
Looking for some sparkle this festive season? It’s a wise man who snaps up tickets to these three glittering exhibitions.