Late & Post Modern

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Remembering Forward: Paintings of Australian Aborigines Since 1960

Remembering Forward presents works by nine of the most prominent Australian Aboriginal artists: Paddy Bedford, Emily Kame Kngwarreye, Queenie McKenzie, Dorothy Napangardi, Rover Thomas, Ronnie Tjampitjinpa, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri and Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula. More

Twombly and Poussin: Arcadian Painters

Accompanying a unique exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, of the work of Nicolas Poussin and Cy Twombly, who sadly died on 5 July this year, this book is "so unusual and its theme so enduringly relevant, especially now, that it truly should not be missed" (The Spectator). More

Richard Serra: Drawings for the Courtauld

Celebrated for his unprecedented monumental steel sculptures and for his radical approach to drawing, Richard Serra is one of the most important and revered artists working today. This accompanies the first museum exhibition of Serra’s most recent drawings, which mark an exciting new departure for the artist. Made using thick black pigment applied to both sides of a clear plastic sheet, these drawings, which he calls ‘transparencies’, are extraordinary objects that challenge preconceptions of what constitutes a drawing. More

How to be Modern: Arne Jacobsen in the 21st Century

2002 was the centenary of Danish architect and designer Arne Jacobsen's birth (1902–1971). The Museum of Modern Art in Oxford celebrated Jacobsen's enduring importance by presenting a new exhibition which aimed to introduce to a wider audience aspects of his work as an architect and designer. More

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