Monthly Archives: April 2021

Frank Auerbach and Tony Bevan make us feel the thrill of stepping into a gallery

Stepping into an art gallery after the interminable months of screen-watching was more slap than hug. There was a sense of having to learn something afresh, like trying on new shoes or feeling your teeth after a visit to the hygienist. Those critics who have been making hay during the lockdown — readers of novels, […]