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Matejko: Conversations with God at the National Gallery

    Jan Matejko’s Copernicus was a picture intended to galvanise a nation

    Waldemar Januszczak on David Hockney at the Royal Academy

      The artist’s iPad landscapes seem designed to cheer up the nation

      Eileen Agar was more than just a surrealist

        This action-packed exhibition reveals another side to the British artist

        Waldemar Januszczak on The Making of Rodin exhibition at Tate Modern

          Rodin’s casts buzz like bees, with a restless and temporary spirit — the best settle into the monumental and still

          The Raphael Cartoons at the V&A review — these artworks may be our most precious

            Finally we will be able to see how jaw-droppingly beautiful they are

            Thought the Turner prize couldn’t get any dafter? It just did

              Here we go again. Another year, another ludicrous, unfair and undemocratic Turner prize shortlist.

              Waldemar Januszczak on Ugo Rondinone’s end of lockdown celebration show

                Rondinone’s blue horses show a yearning for a lost past

                Waldemar Januszczak on the feminine power of a textile art show

                  The Threadbare show is an intriguing window on the contemporary world — from a woman’s point of view

                  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, […]

                    Waldemar Januszczak on the ironic new V&A exhibition

                      The museum is pinning its hopes on a show of Fabergé’s gewgaws