My recent visit to the States of Violence exhibition at the a/political gallery-cum-project-space, South London (24 March-8 April 2023) gave me pause to consider general lessons for dissidents.
A current exhibition in Warsaw suggests a route to tackling the thorny question of making serious narrative art in an age of irony.
A recent visit to Poland allowed me to see Beksiński's art. It prompted to wonder why I had never seen his art reviewed by an art critic before.
As my new book is published, I discuss the contents and how it came to be written.
Why has the life of Victorian model-cum-artist Lizzie Siddal become a political battleground since her early death? I examine the evidence.
A current retrospective exhibition in Romania surveys the output of a key figure of Surrealism.
The final volume of Francis Picabia's catalogue raisonné is published. I explore his transgressions against good taste and his alliance with Magritte.
Further to my review of the current Vermeer exhibition (in The Jackdaw), I give some thoughts on issues the catalogue raises.
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Alexander Adams