• Rothko in Paris

    The Fondation Louis Vuitton has set up a retrospective dedicated to Mark Rothko. Stephen Hitchins takes us on a tour through the Parisian exhibition.

  • Exhibition-Vermeer

    Stephen Hitchins takes us through the world’s largest exhibition dedicated to the enigmatic Dutch artist, Johannes Vermeer

  • Southbank Centre announces Aladdin Sane: 50 Years, celebrating anniversary of David Bowie’s iconic album

    The  Southbank Centre  today announces a raft of events  celebrating the 50th anniversary of David Bowie’s iconic 1973 album, Aladdin Sane. Aladdin Sane: 50 Years  will feature a two-month long exhibition (6 April - 28 May) exploring the creation of the album’s iconic artwork, including the legendary lightning flash portrait by photographer Brian Duffy, as well as a stellar line-up of live music and talks inspired by the album.

  • Diary

    Pick of the events coming up over the next few months

  • Monet-Mitchell

    Where Claude Monet painted what he perceived, Joan Mitchell painted what she felt. Stephen Hitchins explores an exhibition that brings these two artists’ styles together.

  • Exhibition Review: Monet-Mitchell

    Exhibition Review - Monet-Mitchell: dialogue and retrospective / Joan Mitchell retrospective. By Stephen Hitchins

  • Cultural Resilience

    Stephen Hitchins explores how Italy is celebrating both modern and traditional art and film at home.

  • Brief Encounters

    Veronica Simpson examines innovative projects that do more than just enrich our sense of place.

  • Obituary: Remembering Michel Laclotte

    A key player in the world of art history and museums, and director of the Louvre from 1987–1994

  • Frame of Mind: Olivia Fearon of JTP

    Olivia Fearon of JTP reveals which painting kept her returning to the National Gallery again and again