‘Repulsive’ German art is everywhere this year — just not enough of it.
Monthly Archives: February 2014
You name it, Richard Hamilton invented it — and his Tate Modern show is revelatory and important.
They were once at the cutting edge of British sculpture. Thirty years on, how do Richard Deacon and Bill Woodrow measure up in two rare retrospectives?
It involves chasing lizards and escaping mass.
Silly, boring and derivative — Martin Creed’s Hayward retrospective is the pits.