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John Golding: Finding the Absolute (Piano Nobile, Kings Place)

Tuesday, 10 February, 2015 by Jenna Lundin

The title of Piano Nobile’s current exhibition of John Golding’s 1960s abstract paintings is a nod to the artist’s seminal work in the field of art history, Paths to the Absolute, which brought together his A. W. Mellon Lectures in … Continue reading

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Black is the Color of My True Love’s Square

Thursday, 5 February, 2015 by Patricia Manos

The Whitechapel Gallery has turned what might have been the Sisyphean curatorial endeavour (and tortuous viewing experience) of revisiting a century of geometric abstraction into a thoughtful, engaging exhibition. Adventures of the Black Square‘s greatest strength lies in its presentation … Continue reading

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Art and Life (Dulwich Picture Gallery)

Monday, 7 July, 2014 by Harry Laughland

‘Art and life’ is currently in its third incarnation after stops in Leeds and Kettle’s Yard. When it closes after the Dulwich offering in late September it will have been on the road for nearly a year, an impressive feat … Continue reading

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Paul Klee: Making Visible (Tate Modern)

Thursday, 31 October, 2013 by Vincent Marquis

Tate Modern’s freshest exhibition traces the artistic career of Paul Klee, commonly considered one of the most highly regarded artists of the early twentieth century. Beginning in Munich in the years 1912-13 through to the artist’s last years in Switzerland … Continue reading

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