West End whammy: Tom Wolseley’s “House”

• One object of an art trawl is to discover talented artists I’ve never come across before, and on a West End jaunt I’ve just found two whose installations struck me as outstanding: the first being Tom Wolseley [more]

West End whammy: Tom Wolseley’s “House”

• One object of an art trawl is to discover talented artists I’ve never come across before, and on a West End jaunt I’ve just found two whose installations struck me as outstanding: the first being Tom Wolseley [more]

Wind and strings: five of Documenta 13’s best

• I’ve given a venue-by venue guide to Documenta 13 next door, but here in more depth are five exhibits I especially enjoyed, from moving musical memories to a breezy empty room [more]

Wind and strings: five of Documenta 13’s best

• I’ve given a venue-by venue guide to Documenta 13 next door, but here in more depth are five exhibits I especially enjoyed, from moving musical memories to a breezy empty room [more]

An illustrated guide to Documenta 13

• With themes including books and bunkers, moons and mountains, apples and atoms, five-yearly art-fest Documenta is overwhelming – so here’s a guide to seeing the best of it [more]

An illustrated guide to Documenta 13

• With themes including books and bunkers, moons and mountains, apples and atoms, five-yearly art-fest Documenta is overwhelming – so here’s a guide to seeing the best of it [more]

Rosalie Gascoigne: a haunting afterglow

• A look back at some striking late works from an artist who gave dignified new life to outmoded detritus and turned abandoned retro-reflective roadsigns into stuttering poetry [more]

Rosalie Gascoigne: a haunting afterglow

• A look back at some striking late works from an artist who gave dignified new life to outmoded detritus and turned abandoned retro-reflective roadsigns into stuttering poetry [more]

Hirst v. Spalding: of blow-flies and blow-hards

• Or, the pointlessness of arguing about Damien Hirst’s posterity in the time of someone currently living – why Julian Spalding is just a wily suckerfish feeding off the droppings of a juicy shark [more]

Hirst v. Spalding: of blow-flies and blow-hards

• Or, the pointlessness of arguing about Damien Hirst’s posterity in the time of someone currently living – why Julian Spalding is just a wily suckerfish feeding off the droppings of a juicy shark [more]

David Shrigley: brain food and mind loops

• Why an obsessive taxonomy would better suit Shrigley’s catalogue of absurdity than the Hayward’s polite “Brain Activity”, and an odd echo with a top Antipodean artist [more]

David Shrigley: brain food and mind loops

• Why an obsessive taxonomy would better suit Shrigley’s catalogue of absurdity than the Hayward’s polite “Brain Activity”, and an odd echo with a top Antipodean artist [more]

Fitzrovia gallery guide and walking map

• There are now over 20 contemporary galleries in London’s charmingly rackety Fitzrovia, so here’s a map and walking guide to this emerging art district just south of the Frieze site [more]

Fitzrovia gallery guide and walking map

• There are now over 20 contemporary galleries in London’s charmingly rackety Fitzrovia, so here’s a map and walking guide to this emerging art district just south of the Frieze site [more]