Monthly Archives: April 2016

Magical mystery tour

Giorgione is a shadowy Renaissance figure. The Royal Academy’s spirited show can’t capture his genius, but sheds thrilling light on his peers

Who’s that girl?

The V&A’s Botticelli show is noisy and vulgar, the Courtauld’s quiet and thoughtful. But they both prove he was so much more than his Venus

Brave new whirls

Are you ready for Hilma af Klint’s truly avant-garde mix of beautiful abstraction and dotty symbolism at the Serpentine?