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Art Criticism

John Singer Sargent, Vernon Lee, 1881, oil paint on canvas. Courtesy: Tate, London

The Psychology of an Art Writer provides a beautiful account of Lee’s looking and feeling and thinking and writing about art’

By Vivian Sky Rehberg

‘I took his reviews in the Independent to be the baseline; what all art criticism looked like’

By Tim Smith-Laing

Everybody’s favourite underpaid, over-educated, raven-haired art critic, Rhonda Lieberman, is as relevant as ever

By Gilda Williams

Now out from Rizzoli, a new book collects the collages of the recently-deceased poet and erstwhile art critic

By Craig Burnett

A rare, newly-published interview with the late October editor, reveals an art critic intent on changing the terms of the debate

By Aaron Peck

From Robert Walser's art criticism to 'microbial dark matter': what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton

Thoughts on John Berger’s prose as he turns 90

By John Douglas Millar

Hal Foster and Ben Lerner discuss criticism, poetry, painting and what it means to despise the thing you love most

By Hal Foster and Ben Lerner

From the poetry of the late Geoffrey Hill to the new literary genre of the 'ultra-unreal': what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton

From John Ashbery on art criticism to an analysis of the new populism: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton

From the legacy of Prince to the continued importance of Hannah Arendt: what we've been reading this week

By Paul Clinton
Chimurenga, 'We're All Nigerian!', Volume 8, December, 2005. Courtesy Chimurenga

Is it time to eschew the word 'criticism'?