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221 results found for "#Review".
What a vivid imagination: on Sergei Eisenstein's erotic work

... and Art in Moscow. David D’Arcy is a correspondent for The Art Newspaper Sergei Eisenstein: Drawings 1931–1948, Alexander Gray Associates, New York, until 11 February What a vivid imagination: on Sergei Eisenstein's erotic work #Exhibitions #Review

What they do and how they do it: why museums matter

... Sunday Times. She currently writes for theartsdesk.com The Return of Curiosity: What Museums are Good for in the 21st Century Nicholas Thomas Reaktion Books, 144pp, £12.95 (pb) What they do and how they do it: why museums matter #Books #Museums #Review

A translator from east to west: Kenneth Baker on John McLaughlin in Los Angeles

... Newspaper correspondent based in San Francisco • John McLaughlin Paintings: Total Abstraction, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, until 16 April A translator from east to west: Kenneth Baker on John McLaughlin in Los Angeles #Exhibitions #Museums #Review #Los_Angeles_County_Museum_of_Art_

Life is changed, not ended: how the Medieval English dealt with death

... Spanish Place, London Seeking Salvation: Commemorating the Dead in the Late-Medieval English Parish Sally Badham Shaun Tyas/Paul Watkins Publishing, 278pp, £39.95 (hb) Life is changed, not ended: how the Medieval English dealt with death #Books #Review #Medieval_art

Credence and credulity: on Islamic art and the supernatural

... Dictionary. She is also an author and reviewer of crime fiction Power and Protection: Islamic Art and the Supernatural Francesca Leoni, ed Ashmolean Museum Publications, 120pp, £20 (pb) Credence and credulity: on Islamic art and the supernatural #Books #Review #Islamic_art

Shine a light: ICA Boston examines ten years of collecting

... • Becca Rothfeld is a PhD candidate in philosophy at Harvard University • First Light: a Decade of Collecting at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, until 16 January Shine a light: ICA Boston examines ten years of collecting #Exhibitions #Review #Institute_of_Contemporary_Art_Boston

The very first Monuments Man

... Berlin Un Musée révolutionnaire: Le musée des Monuments français d’Alexandre Lenoir Geneviève Bresc-Bautier and Béatrice de Chancel-Bardelot, eds Editions Hazan, 384pp, €45 (hb); in French only The very first Monuments Man #Books #museums #Reviews

Crowning achievements: how artists imagined Henrietta Maria of France

... Magnificence at the Stuart Court Erin Griffey Yale University Press in conjunction with Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, 384pp, £40 (hb) Crowning achievements: how artists imagined Henrietta Maria of France #Books #Decorative_arts #Reviews

A bright spot in an otherwise darkened Egypt

... of Current World Affairs and contributing editor of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs Mohamed Abla, On the Silk Road, Ofok Gallery, Mohamed Mahmoud Khalil Museum, Cairo, until 28 December A bright spot in an otherwise darkened Egypt #Exhibitions #Review #Middle_Eastern_&_North_African_art

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