Painting

‘A countercultural beacon’: Ian Bourland reflects on the artist’s remarkable, six-decade career

A year marked by new visualizations, both controversial and celebrated, of the black body

Reena Spaulings, ‘bad painting’ and the institutionalization of Institutional Critique

Will Elliott speaking at Colnaghi, London

Frieze Art Fair Video - 01 Oct 2017

Will Elliott of Colnaghi reveals the stormy history of an exquisite French portrait going on view this week at Frieze Masters

Jacob van Hulsdonck, A Still Life of a Laid Table, with Plates of Meat and Fish and a Basket of Fruit and Vegetables, undated. Oil on panel, 72 × 104 cm. Courtesy: Johnny Van Haeften, London

Meditations on still life

Dan Fox looks at the work of Mark Bradford, who represents the US at this year’s Venice Biennale

Charles Burchfield, Summer, 1926, watercolor gouache, charcoal, and pencil on joined paper, mounted to board, 62 x 74 cm. Courtesy: The Charles E. Burchfield Foundation, Courtesy DC Moore Gallery, New York and Metro Pictures, New York

Metro Pictures, New York, USA

 

How Colleen Asper's paintings challenge traditional representations of the body

Sponsored Content - 10 Feb 2017

The Brazilian painter gives an insight into how he makes his vividly figurative and abstract canvases

The winner of the 2016 Turner Prize responds to Laura Owens's painterly nets and fences

Multipage
Carmen Herrera, Green and Orange, 1958, acrylic on canvas, 152 × 183 cm. Collection of Paul and Trudy Cejas © Carmen Herrera; photograph by Chi Lam

From Carmen Herrera's taste for simplicity to a history of competitive eating: what to read this weekend

Jens Fänge's mysterious environments