Category: Visual Arts

5 June, 2014

Daveen Koh

Sean Lynch at Modern Art Oxford



22 May, 2014

Emma-Victoria Farr

Beuys and Immendorff at the Ashmolean



19 May, 2014

Judyta Frodyma

“Excuse Emily and her Atoms”

Dickinson's envelope poems peel of the pages of this beautifully organized and presented exhibit-book.


6 May, 2014

Fergus McGhee

Veronese at the National Gallery



Special Issue: Satire

31 March, 2014

Jennifer Thorp

Satire and the Illustration

The Musée d'Orsay's exhibition of works by Gustave Doré reveals the artist's neglected, but prodigious cartoons.


25 March, 2014

Emma-Victoria Farr

Cézanne at the Ashmolean



18 March, 2014

Daveen Koh

Like Northern Lights



Special Issue: Comics

23 December, 2013

Lance Parkin

Alan Moore and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Lance Parkin, biographer of Alan Moore, shows how his League series consciously rejects previous obligations to commercial mass appeal.


Charlotta Salmi

A Canvas for Popular Dissent: Zahra’s Paradise

The comic form lends itself to political commentary and resistance, and has been taken up to great effect by protestors in Iran, writes Charlotta Salmi.


Edward Still

Maus: A Work of Graphic Sincerity

Art Spiegelman's Maus explores with sensitivity and depth not only the holocaust, but also its own memory and representation of it.