Guilty as charged. Yes, a few weeks ago, I did express the view on Twitter that I could not see the point of another Gilbert & George exhibition. “Haven’t they had enough shows?” I tweeted. At the time, it was a sincerely held view. Regular readers of this column will know already that I am […]
Monthly Archives: July 2014
Malevich at Tate Modern is the show I’ve always wanted to see
Many British artists served in the trenches in the First World War and, for the first time, captured the full horror of life on the front line
With its confused theme, baffling installations and grim pseudo-science, the Liverpool Biennial risks getting completely lost
Ryan Gander is the coolest conceptual artist on the block. Don’t let that put you off — his work has a lonely poetry that thrills.