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Decadence, eroticism and indecent beauty: Aubrey Beardsley at Tate Britain

Aubrey Beardsley was an intensely talented, risqué artist who stunned his late-Victorian audience. Loved by many for his depiction of the underside of London life, Beardsley...

William Blake

William Blake was never the artist he wanted to be, nor the one we want him to be. As with all the great Romantics, both our...

Edward Burne-Jones at the Tate: A reminder of greatness

Burne-Jones' exhibition at the Tate is one to not miss.

1932: The year Picasso had something to prove

The Tate’s latest retrospective shows that the artist’s peak came at a personal low

Kabakov Tate Review- ‘an exercise in alternative perspectives’

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov's 'Not Everyone Will Be Taken into the Future' illustrates the horrors of the Soviet Union through a series of juxtaposing perceptions

Modigliani Tate review – ‘a delight to walk through’

Tate Modern's Modigliani show is tame, but beautiful

The queen of artistic appropriation is crowned at the Tate Modern

Nicola Dwornik reviews a long overdue exhibition of Fahrelnissa Zeid's life and work

Coming full circle: The importance of Queer British Art for young people

Billie Esplen considers the relevance of Tate Britain's Queer Britain exhibition

A tempestuous tribute to a perplexing artist

Anoushka Kavanagh is confronted by an ouevre permeated by emotional and creative conflict in Giacometti’s retrospective at the Tate Modern

Who’s in the artistic power seat?

Ella Hill discusses Tristram Hunt’s appointment at the V&A and the continuation of gender inequality in the UK’s major museums

The full blankness of space

Emmanuelle Soffe discusses the misconceptions of modern art galleries and the White Cube effect

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