‘Repulsive’ German art is everywhere this year — just not enough of it.
Monthly Archives: February 2014
The man who gave British art a future.
You name it, Richard Hamilton invented it — and his Tate Modern show is revelatory and important.
There lies a sleeping giant.
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?
How I Became an Art Critic
It involves chasing lizards and escaping mass.
Kicking against the Pricks
Silly, boring and derivative — Martin Creed’s Hayward retrospective is the pits.