Tate Britain’s major exhibition Hogarth and Europe will present his work in a fresh light, seen for the first time alongside works by his continental contemporaries. It will explore the parallels and exchanges that crossed borders and the cosmopolitan character of Hogarth’s art.
Alcoholism, animals, show business, the moon, Play-Doh, lasers and gingerbread.
A city in Zinjiang has a new public artwork that’s suspiciously similar to Kapoor’s Bean in Chicago – and the sculptor is incensed, though this is just the latest act of copycat culture in China. Are people in the west too precious about intellectual property rights?
Georgian satirist’s Chiswick retreat restored thanks to lottery cash and volunteers from the William Hogarth Trust
20 July – 31 August 2009 Two new artwork commissions inspired by the Moon are showcased in an international group… Read More