1 year ago
10 art exhibitions to see in July
From Bridget Riley and the dazzling canvases of the Op-Art movement, to the culinary artefacts of the ancient world, here 10 shows across the UK that we recommend this month.
> 1 year ago
10 art exhibitions to see in November
This month see art that spans a millennium. From the 11th-century Domesday Book, to Japanese surimono prints and empty swimming pools, here are 10 exhibitions to check out this November.
< 2 years ago
10 art exhibitions to see in October
The long days of summer are over, but there is no shortage of art to see. From the first UK exhibitions dedicated to pioneering textile artist Anni Albers and Spanish Old Master Jusepe de Ribera, to witches’ ladders and Frieze Masters, here are 10 exhibitions not to miss this month.
3 years ago
Perfection on paper: Raphael at Oxford’s Ashmolean
Rather than being supplementary to his paintings, were Raphael’s drawings works of genius in their own right? RA Magazine’s Sam Phillips argues the Ashmolean Museum’s once-in-a-lifetime show offers a rare chance to reassess this aspect of his work.
3 years ago
10 art exhibitions to see in June
From the Turkish painter Fahrelnissa Zeid’s first UK retrospective to a show marking the 60th anniversary of the death of Wyndham Lewis, here are some of the unmissable exhibitions opening this month.
> 3 years ago
Tales and talismans: the supernatural in Islamic art
A spellbinding show of ritual objects and calligraphic images from the rich pantheon of Islamic art enchants Kamila Shamsie.
> 4 years ago
Our pick of this week’s art events: 25 March – 1 April
From a celebration of Jamaican Dancehall EP covers, to the unveiling of work by Yinka Shonibare RA, there’s plenty to see this Bank Holiday weekend.
5 years ago
Our pick of this week’s art events: 23 – 30 April
This week, RA Magazine travels to Oxford to take a look at a cluster of art events opening in the city, from the Ashmolean to the Bodleian Library.
> 5 years ago
Alan Moore on William Blake’s contempt for Newton
As a major show of the revolutionary William Blake’s work opens in Oxford, Alan Moore, the legendary comic book author, delights in the artist’s subtle satire of Isaac Newton.
> 5 years ago
Our pick of this week’s art events: 5 – 11 December
From William Blake in Oxford to ‘the next big thing’ in Manchester.
> 6 years ago
Cézanne, a survey of contemporary painting practice and Veronese at the National Gallery
From the political cartoons of Abdul Raheem Yassir to Venetian Old Masters; everything worth seeing in the world of art this week.