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March 2021

Vol. 163 | No. 1416


Drawing the line

Although the immediate impact of the covid-19 pandemic on the world’s museums and art galleries is obvious – lockdown closures, the collapse of revenue streams and large-scale redundancies, especially among commercial and other support staff – the strategies that institutions will have to develop to deal with the longterm consequences of these events

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Andy Warhol Exhibits: A Glittering Alternative

Certain figures have made it hard to write the history of twentieth-century art and its ongoing legacy without them. Pablo Picasso, Piet Mondrian, Henri Matisse, Salvador Dalí and Jackson Pollock instantly spring to mind. Persuasive new attitudes to gender, sexuality and politics or innovative media count as having also been introduced by somewhat lesser

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March 2021, #1416 – Vol 163

  • From Florence to Paris: new evidence for Giovanni Bastianini and his work

    By Jeremy Warren
  • Spatial rhetoric: echoes of Madrid’s Alcázar in palaces overseas

    By Pedro Luengo
  • Becoming Hubert Robert: some new suggestions

    By Yuriko Jackall,Kari Rayner
  • A newly discovered life study for Anthony van Dyck’s Rotterdam ‘St Jerome’

    By Susan J. Barnes
  • Velázquez, Titian and a ‘lady’ with a fan

    By Kevin Ingram
  • Collage logic in Max Ernst’s ‘Woman, old man and flower’ (1923–24)

    By Ellen Davis,Talia Kwartler,Ana Martins
  • Horace Walpole’s queer Gothic

    By Michael Hall
  • Carmen Garrido (1947–2020)

    By Peter Cherry
  • David Scrase (1949–2020)

    By Ger Luijten
  • Emulating Antiquity: Renaissance Buildings from Brunelleschi to Michelangelo

    By Sabine Frommel
  • San Marco. La Basilica di Venezia: Arte, Storia, Conservazione

    By Deborah Howard
  • Die Kunst der Interpretation: Rubens und die Druckgraphik

    By Gitta Bertram
  • Joseph Wright of Derby: Painter of Darkness

    By Stephen Leach
  • ‘The Most Fortunate Man of his Day’. Sir Richard Wallace: Connoisseur, Collector and Philanthropist

    By Philippe Malgouyres
  • Venus Betrayed: The Private World of Edouard Vuillard

    By Belinda Thomson
  • German Expressionism: Der Blaue Reiter and its Legacies

    By Anne Grasselli
  • Hannah Ryggen: Woven Manifestos

    By Victoria Mitchell
  • El joyero de la Virgen del Pilar: Historia de una colección de alhajas europeas y americanas

    By Elena Almirall Arnal
  • Kunst. Macht. Image: Anna Maria Luisa de’ Medici (1667–1743) im Spiegel ihrer Bildnisse und Herrschaftsräume

    By Gauvin Alexander Bailey
  • Joseph Beuys (Critical Lives)

    By Lisa Moravec
  • Ceramics and the Museum

  • Nürnberg als Kunstzentrum des Heiligen Römischen Reiches: Höfische und Städtische Malerei in der Zeit Kaiser Karls IV. 1346–1378

    By Isabella Sturm
  • Tudor Textiles

    By Maria Hayward
  • Andy Warhol Exhibits: A Glittering Alternative

    By David Anfam
  • Defrosting the Icebox. Guesting at mumok: The Hidden Treasures of the Collection of Greek and Roman Antiquities of the Kunsthistorisches Museum and Weltmuseum Vienna

    By David Anfam
  • Misfitting Together: Serial Formations of Pop Art, Minimal Art, and Conceptual Art

    By David Anfam
  • Tiepolo: Venice, Milan, Europe

    By Antonio Mazzotta
  • Passion and Fervour

    By Christoph Stiegemann
  • Decadence and Dark Dreams: Belgian Symbolism

    By Nico Anklam
  • Russian Avant-Garde at the Museum Ludwig. Original and Fake: Questions, Research, Explanations

    By Kamila KociaŁkowska
  • Engineer, Agitator, Constructor: The Artist Reinvented

    By Stephanie Huber
  • Betye Saar: Call and Response

    By Anne Monahan
  • Lynette Yiadom-Boakye: Fly In League With The Night

    By Anna Campbell