6 October 2023 • Mark Westall
To mark its 200th anniversary the National Gallery will stage a major exhibition of the paintings of Vincent Van Gogh in Autumn 2024.
4 September 2023 • Mark Westall
The National Gallery today begins the search for a network of 200 UK-based digital creators to join in with the upcoming Bicentenary celebration NG200 along with social media communities around the world.
30 August 2023 • Paul Carey-Kent
The National Gallery… it sounds pretty comprehensive, though there’s no sculpture (where’s that national gallery?) and a more accurate title would be something like ‘The National Gallery of European Paintings by Men, 1260 – 1920’, with hardly anything from other continents and just 0.5% by women.
26 March 2023 • Mark Westall
The Ugly Duchess: Beauty and Satire in the Renaissance is now open in the National Gallery.
Love Infinity: New film documenting Key Figures of London’s Contemporary Art Scene, directed by Oscar winner Tim Yip
31 March 2022 • Lee Sharrock
An epic new art documentary directed by Tim Yip with creative producers Meihui Liu and Maryam Eisler was premiered at… Read More
25 November 2020 • Mark Westall
Artemisia is temporarily closed but is reopening next week on Wednesday 2nd December running to 24th January 2021.
5 March 2020 • Paul Carey-Kent
It’s easy enough to ignore the genre of portrait painting in the age of the camera, but the best examples do plenty apart from that. David Hockney carries on the tradition in his new show at the National Portrait Gallery, but it isn’t hard to find interesting portraits on elsewhere. Here are three…
London Art Week announces a new week of art & talks – plus an exciting symposium at the National Gallery which will explore in depth the process of collecting.
19 October 2019 • Irene Machetti
London Art Week to hold its third Winter edition this December (Sunday 1 – Friday 6). Exhibiting across Mayfair and St James’s, some 35 specialist galleries and auction houses will stage special exhibitions and talks.
30 June 2019 • Tabish Khan
Pink columns, powerful words, auditory hallucinations, a feather, naked bodies, sharks and sunsets.
11 February 2018 • Tabish Khan
Turn black and white, cactus seduction, a pussyhat, witchcraft, a palaeontology dig, tar and suspended by the tongue.
21 January 2018 • Tabish Khan
Basquiat, a giant flag, a spaceship, Renaissance masters, Moomins, embroidery and lovely lights.
29 June 2016 • Paul Carey-Kent
A spectacular gathering of Dutch flower painting in Room 1 of the National Gallery raises several questions.
7 March 2016 • Syndicate
Gabriele Finaldi is right. The Tate shouldn’t have exclusive access to 20th-century art. It’s time to end these closed-minded historical art wars
6 January 2016 • Mark Westall
Celebrated portrait exhibition is in its final week but a feature-length film will leave Xavier Bray with a permanent record of his ‘obsession’
21 December 2015 • Tabish Khan
Art Critic Tabish chooses five art exhibitions to keep you stimulated over the Christmas period ..
25 May 2015 • Tabish Khan
This week’s top 9 features Impressionism, emerging art, particle physics, a fake gallery, Irish art, waves, monochrome, glass sculpture and textured paintings
7 April 2015 • Tabish Khan
This week’s top 8 features Rubens, Onomatopoeia, moonlit landscapes, miniature sculptures, assault rifles, Surinam, emerging artists and internet cables.
14 January 2015 • Paul Carey-Kent
Rembrandt: Juno, 1662-5 Rembrandt is known, of course, for his crepuscular tone and his ability to draw symbolic and emotional… Read More
22 December 2014 • Mark Westall
David Zwirner; National Gallery, London
Sweden’s Jockum Nordström unsettles with work that seems to tap into childhood. And prepare to be surprised by the long-forgotten art of Peder Balke