Category Archives: exhibition

DENIS WIRTH-MILLER: LANDSCAPES AND BEASTS REVIEW

The Burlington Magazine just published my review of Denis Wirth-Miller: Landscapes and Beasts at Firstsite in Colchester. Wirth-Miller was Francis Bacon‘s best friend, but does this show help him escape Bacon’s shadow?

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FRANCIS BACON: MAN AND BEAST REVIEW

Earlier this year the The Royal Academy of Arts in London staged the exhibition Francis Bacon: Man and Beast. But what did we really learn about Bacon’s relationship to animals? Read my review in the December issue of Kunstchronik.

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ALL TOO HUMAN

Tate invited me to take part in a talk and panel discussion on the concept of ‘Gaze’ in relationship to their current exhibition All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life, 28 February – 27 August 2018. … Continue reading

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KILL YOUR DARLINGS

The Clemens Sels Museum Neuss, Germany, is currently staging a fantastic show on portrait painting and photography, Wunsch & Wirklichkeit Der Einfluss der Fotografie auf das Porträt (Desire & Reality: The Influence of Photography on Portraiture’). I will be giving … Continue reading

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INCOMING

The current refugee crisis is one of the most urgent issues of our time. The photographer Richard Mosse followed two major refugee routes with a military grade camera. I reviewed his show Incoming, on display at the BarGot It!bican’s Curve … Continue reading

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MARIA LASSNIG

Maria Lassnig developed a novel way of figurative painting. I reviewed her show at Hauser & Wirth, London, 1 March – 29 April 2017, for this is tomorrow. You can read it here: Lassnig review

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NEO RAUCH

Neo Rauch is the most fascinating of contemporary German painters. I reviewed his latest show at Gallery David Zwirner, London, 5 October – 12 November 2016, for this is tomorrow. You can read it here: Rauch review

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