Monthly Archives: March 2015

The art of Kim

What are Kardashian’s selfies and belfies really trying to say? Waldemar unpicks the hidden codes

The state we’re in

At the Hayward, seven artists sift through seven decades of art to take the pulse of the nation

Then invention died

His brilliant moments can’t disguise the fact that John Singer Sargent was the supreme underachiever

An impostor in the impasto

London’s oldest gallery has swapped one of its Old Masters for a copy and is challenging visitors to spot it. Waldemar risks his reputation by picking out the fake

A face that fits

Marlene Dumas is best when she sticks to heads. Elsewhere she comes unstuck